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- My mum has previously had a blood clot and I was told I'm not allowed to take a contraceptive pill. Is the progestogen-only pill the same?
- I was using a condom but it came off inside me after my partner pulled out. What should I do?
- Do I have to get undressed to have an IUS/IUD fitted?
- Does an IUD/IUS hurt when it's fitted?
- I have already had one emergency pill this month. Can I have another?
- How will I know if my emergency contraception has worked?
- How much weight can I expect to gain if I have a contraceptive injection?
- Does it hurt to have an implant fitted?
- My boyfriend says we don't need contraception because he will pull out before he cums. Is this a good idea?
- Is it true that women can only get pregnant during a certain time in their monthly cycle?
- Can you get pregnant if you have sex standing up?
- Is it true that you can't get pregnant the first time you do it?
- My friends say that condoms are dangerous to use, because they break. Are they right?
- Is it safe to use a condom in the shower or pool?
- I'm allergic to latex condoms, what can I do?
- Should a guy wear a condom during oral sex?
- Is it OK to use Vaseline as a lubricant with a condom?
- What should I do if I miss a pill?
- Is it safe to take the pill continuously to avoid having periods?
- Do you still have a period with the contraceptive pill?
- Where can I get free contraception?
- Do I need to use a condom if I'm using another type of contraception?
- What is long acting reversible contraception (LARC) and why are they being recommended?
- How can I decide which contraception method is best for me?
Health and wellbeing
- Does smoking really affect my general health?
- I've shared a needle with someone - does that mean I might have HIV?
- How much can I drink safely?
- Do you have separate male and female waiting rooms?
- Can I see a doctor of the same sex?
- What personal details do I have to give to register?
- Can someone come with me?
- I am under 16 years old. Will my information still be confidential?
- Will you inform my GP?
- Who will I see in the appointment and what will they ask me?
- What do I do when I arrive at the clinic?
- Can I come for a sexual health check-up when I have my period?
- I've found out that I'm pregnant and don't know what to do. How can I decide?
- How soon can I do a pregnancy test after I have had sex?
- I think I may be pregnant. How can I find out?
- Can I have a period and still be pregnant?
Sex and relationships
- Are the postal kits you supply okay?
- What is a reactive syphilis result?
- What is a reactive HIV result?
- How do I find out more about ordering an STI postal kit?
- What is Mycoplasma Genitalium?
- What happens if the results are positive?
- How do I get my results?
- Are the tests painful?
- Do I have to say which sexually transmitted infection (STI) I want to be tested for?
- Will I get tested for everything?
- What will I be tested for and how?
- I'm worried I have HIV but don't have any symptoms. Should I get tested?
- How soon can I test for sexually transmitted infections?
- I had unprotected sex, what symptoms should I look for?
- I had unprotected sex but I don't have any symptoms, do I need to come in?
- How can I catch an STI?
- I think I had unprotected sex. What do I do next?