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If you’re 16-24, you’re more at risk of getting an STI

Almost half of under-25s ‘never use a condom with a new partner. STIs can cause infertility, pelvic inflammatory disease, swollen or painful testicles and even meningitis.

  • You don’t need to have sex with lots of people to get an STI
  • Many STIs are symptomless and, if left untreated, can cause long-term health problems
  • STIs like gonorrhoea are becoming harder to treat or may not be treatable at all
  • 59% of people who got chlamydia or gonorrhoea in 2016 were aged 16-24

 

Click here for more information.

Young People & Parents to have their say on relationships and sex education.

The government is asking parents, teachers and young people to help shape a new relationships and sex education curriculum that will help them stay safe and face the challenges of the modern world.

As part of that process, an eight week call for evidence will invite views on age-appropriate content on mental wellbeing, staying safe online and LGBT issues in the updated subjects.

 

Click here to read the full information

BSHAW Sexual Health Clinics in Buckinghamshire

If you have symptoms and would like to be seen urgently, either attend a walk in clinic as detailed below or phone 0300 303 2880 to book an appointment.

Please be aware our walk in clinics can be busy and there may be a wait

SHAW in Wycombe or Brookside in Aylesbury
All Ages
Mon 9-11.30am, Aylesbury, Brookside
Tues 9-11.30am, Wycombe, SHAW
Thurs 9-11.30am, Aylesbury, Brookside
Thurs 1-3pm, Wycombe, SHAW
Fri 9-11.30am, Wycombe, SHAW
Young People (Under 21’s)
Mon 2-5pm Aylesbury, Brookside
Tues 3-5pm Wycombe, SHAW

Use our service finder for all other bSHaW Sexual Health Clinics by clicking on the link on the home page.

Men who have sex with men (MSM)

Data is telling us that men who have sex with men are disproportionately affected by some sexual infections. Use the MSM section of the website to keep up to date with how to protect yourself. We will also let you know about any local STI outbreaks, relevant services and support offered in Bucks, and useful links.

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