GUM clinic

GUM clinic

Genitourinary medicine clinic. A patient-management session which may be located at a hospital or at a free-standing health centre and which provides a range of sexual-health services including contraception and contraception advice, testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as chlamydia, syphilis, gonorrhoea and genital warts, as well as testing and counselling for HIV and AIDS.
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Your doctor is right, the only way to get rid of your worries is to get tested - I suggest you get yourself an appointment at a GUM clinic.
I would always advise anyone who has got any symptoms to get them checked out, whether at a GUM clinic where they can be anonymous or with their GP.
A NEW GUM clinic is set to open in Cardiff Bay offering a full range of sexual health services.
The best way to find out is to get a blood test at your GP's surgery or at a GUM clinic.
If people think they have been exposed to the virus, it is vital they contact their GP or GUM clinic for a test.
It's crucial that we continue to communicate messages about safe sex to young people, including condom wearing, and the importance of getting checked out at their nearest GUM clinic if they have had unprotected sex with a new partner.
Dr Foster said: "It's crucial we communicate messages about safe sex, including condom wearing, and the importance of getting checked out at their nearest GUM clinic if they have had unprotected sex with a new partner.
The InstiTest test gives people an indication of a result but the patient will also need to have a more comprehensive test at their local GUM clinic.
Healthy Gay Life - 0121 440 6161; Whittall Street GUM Clinic - 0121 237 5700; Hawthorn House GUM Clinic - 0121 424 3300; Terrence Higgins Trust - 0121 694 6440.
He said he had been told none of the pounds 200,000 earmarked for his GUM clinic would be available, and there were no funds for chlamydia screening, contraception, abortion and performance management, despite the government saying they were priorities.
trachomatis in the GUM clinic population was 100% with respect to the commercial LCx assay (Table 1).