If you need help and advice about contraception, you may want to visit a contraception or family planning clinic. Some contraception clinics may also provide additional services such as:
pre-pregnancy advice/pregnancy testing
help and advice on an unplanned pregnancy including abortion, adoption and continuing the pregnancy
safer sex advice
advice on sexual problems
cervical screening tests and breast awareness
checks for sexually transmitted infections
Did you know...?
Male condoms can be accessed free of charge from the dispenser in D2 all-gender washroom near Reception.
In an emergency female and latex-free condoms can be accessed at Student Services.
Student Services can provide chlamydia self-testing kits.
Sexual Health Clinics
Sexual Health Clinic - Eastbourne Avenue House The Avenue Eastbourne East Sussex, BN21 3XY Tel: 01323 416100 (option 1) Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am to 7:15pm (closed Wednesday 10:30am to 1:30pm) Integrated Sexual Health Clinic. STI screening including chlamydia testing and HIV testing. Free treatments. Contraceptive advice and provision. EHC, Implants and coils. Condoms. Pregnancy testing. Pregnancy advice. Vasectomy advice and referral. Psychosexual therapy. Free advice and information.
Sexual Health Clinic - Hailsham Hailsham Health Centre Vicarage Field Hailsham East Sussex, BN27 1BG Tel: 01323 446984 Opening hours: Wednesday 2pm - 7.15pm Sexual Health Clinic offering contraceptives, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing and routine screening. Chlamydia screening available for under 25s.
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