GUM clinic

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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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One Telford victim, "Holly", told BBC's Victoria Derbyshire Show how a sexual health clinic gave her the morning-after pill twice a week for three years without questioning why.
It will also be available for rural Western Australians through Telehealth at Royal Perth Hospital Sexual Health Clinic.
She turned her own experience in a sexual health clinic into an award-winning stage show, Sex Idiot, at the Edinburgh Festival.
There's also a local health and social care services search function to enable you to find your nearest dentist, minor injuries unit, pharmacy, GP, sexual health clinic and other services.
Following a rise in STI at the university, Sam McNeely, practice nurse manager at the University Health Centre, undertook a study and discovered that only a third of patients attending the health centre sexual health clinic were males.
You can be tested for STIs at a sexual health clinic, genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinic or GP surgery and you can also buy reliable kits online if you think you may have been infected and do not want to see a doctor for some reason.
You can be tested for STIs at a sexual health clinic, genito-urinary medicine (GUM) clinic or GP surgery and you can also buy reliable kits online if you think you may have been infected and do not want to see a doctor for some reason.
She's do-gooding social worker Naomi whose world-view is formed mostly by all the statistical reports she has read and her conversations with her teenage daughter sound disconcertingly like a pamphlet you'd pick up in a sexual health clinic.
An alternative to seeing your GP is to go to your local sexual health clinic.
In Australia, Sydney's main sexual health clinic hasn't treated a woman with pubic lice since 2008 while male cases have fallen 80 percent from about 100 a decade ago, the Daily Mail reported.
You should see a GP or visit a sexual health clinic to exclude these.
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