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Sexual Health Services

Services for young people around Sexual Health and Contraception.

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Leicester Sexual Health Service

What they offer

  • Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) Screening and Treatment Services: We routinely test for Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, HIV and Syphilis.
  • Free Pregnancy Testing
  • Contraception: Information, advice and issuing a range of contraceptive options including free condoms and C-Card Scheme
  • Emergency Contraception: Hormonal contraception (pill) or coil insertion if you have had unprotected sex. Referral and support to termination of pregnancy services.
  • HIV PEP and PREP: Information, advice and assessment for Post Exposure Prophylaxis if you think you've been exposed to HIV. Information and advice on Pre Exposure Prophylaxis (at the moment we don't currently supply PREP)
  • Psychosexual Counselling: A service for those aged 16+ referred via their GP for the management of problems such as lack/loss of libido and sexual performance
  • Sexual Violence: Information and links to your nearest Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) and information relating to support (including Child Sexual Exploitation, Female Genital Mutilation and Domestic Violence)
  • Domiciliary Services: A specialist service for those who may find it difficult to access a GP practice or sexual health service for contraception advice and/or treatment.
  • C-Card: free and easy access to condoms and lube in a wide range of venues across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

What happens in clinic?

Our specialist staff are here to ensure that all interactions to our service are as easy and stress-free as possible.

Our service users report receiving high quality and dedicated care, which we strive to achieve across all our clinical and non-clinical provision.

Here are some frequently asked questions:

Do I need an appointment?

Due to Covid restrictions we are only able to see patients with appointments, no walk-ins. These can be booked via our switchboard on Tel: 0300 124 0102.

What happens when I arrive?

You will be greeted by one of our front-of-house team who will support you to use our self-service kiosks to arrive yourself for your appointment. Please arrive 10 minutes before you appointment time to allow for this.

Please attend alone, unless you have advised us that you need any communication support. We are also unable to allow babies and children into the clinic.

Currently you are asked to arrive in a face mask and we will ask you to wash your hands and replace your mask with one provided by us before to go into the clinic.

Is the service free?

Yes all treatment and consultations are free

Call Us

0300 124 0102

Lines are open:

  • Monday to Thursday: 9am - 12pm & 1pm - 5:30pm
  • Friday: 9am - 12pm & 1pm - 4pm
  • Saturday: 10:30am - 3pm