Are you aware that Sea Mills tries to offer a comprehensive service with information and advice on a wide range of issues related to sexual health?
Emergency contraception - Is available from all the Drs and some of the nurses. Just ask for a same day appointment. When we are not here you can still phone in and you will be re-directed to the Out of hours service who will help, or you can go to any pharmacy providing emergency contraception, for details see the notice board at our gate.
Contraception - As well as prescribing the “pill” most Drs at Sea Mills have full family planning training and can off advice on a wide range of other methods. Dr Marsh also fits both copper and Mirena coils and implants, so if you are interested in these please make a telephone appointment with her for counselling.
4YP - We are hoping to be recognized as a practice that welcomes young people. As part of this any person under 25 concerned about contraception can ask for a “4YP” appointment, we won’t tell you to go away but to take a seat and the Dr will see you just as soon as possible (witin 15 minutes) Don’t worry, your appointment with us is confidential.
4YPBristol - 4YP is a way for young people in Bristol to find free help and advice on sex, relationships and contraception: www.4ypbristol.co.uk
Free condoms - are available for anyone under 25. Just ask at the desk about the C-Card sheme, or go to https://www.unitysexualhealth.co.uk/contraception/c-card-scheme/ for more information.
Chlamydia screening - Free screening kits for anyone under 25yrs are available to take away. The kits contain all the information you need about how to take the test, where to send it off and how to make sure you get your results.
STDs - If you are concerned that you may have contracted an STD even if you do not have symptoms we can help with information and testing. However we cannot provide confidential contact tracing. If you would prefer you can also contact the Bristol Sexual Health Centre, Tel. 0117 342 6969
New integrated sexual health service. From July 08 there will be a much needed new service at the Central clinic in Broadmead providing a fully integrated sexual health service under one roof.
On the ground floor there will be a brand new, expanded service for advice, testing and treatment for STDs. The new number for appointments will be 0117 342 6969 and they hope to offer everyone an appointment within 48hrs.
Contraceptive services will also be offered from the same site. They are starting a 1yr project with Marie Stopes international (MSI). MSI will provide 24hr telephone triage to all callers directing them to the best service for them. In time they will be able to book appointments too. When an NHS appointment is not available directly within 48hrs an appointment will be offered from MSI funded by the NHS.
Pregnancy advisory service will also be within the same building. You can phone them direct for appointments on 0117 342 6969. They too will be offering a more comprehensive service.
The Bridge. This will be a new service for anyone who has been sexually assaulted. They will provide help and support not only initially but with long term counselling as well as guidance if wanted through the forensic and legal issues.
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