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Sexually Transmitted Infections

Educating yourself on safe sex practice and common STI symptoms means you can be confident in your sexual health.

Educating yourself on safe sex practice and common STI symptoms means you can be confident in your sexual health.

If you suspect you have an STI, you should go directly to a sexual health clinic. If you go to your GP, they will likely refer you there anyway.

Usually, you can drop into a sexual health clinic without an appointment and can get tested, find out results and get free treatment much quicker than through your GP.

Signs you may have an STI

  • Unusual discharge from the penis, vagina or anus.
  • Pain when urinating.
  • Lumps or skin growths around the genitals or anus.
  • Itchy, blistered areas, or sores, around the genitals or anus.

Members Directory

Find local support from organisations and healthcare experts

NHS Wales: Find a Pharmacy

Support and Services

111

  • Use the search tool to find your nearest pharmacist for quick and free advice.

Integrated Sexual Health Services

Support and Services

01685 728272

  • Providing contraception, sexually transmitted infection screening, advice and referral for sexual health matters.

Local Sexual Health Services Search

Support and Services

111

  • Find a sexual health clinic near you through the 111 service by NHS Wales

Charities & organisations

Local charities and organisations who you can reach out to.

Brook

Charities and Organisations

  • Free sexual health advice for young people from the experts.

Terrence Higgins Trust in Wales

Charities and Organisations

0808 802 1221

  • A charity working to end the transmission of HIV in the UK and provide individuals with sexual health advice

FPA: The Sexual Health Company

Charities and Organisations

0207 608 5240

  • A charity working to end the transmission of HIV in the UK and provide individuals with sexual health advice.