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There are many useful resources out there where you can get information on all aspects of sexual health. Please visit the links below to find out more: - the National Chlamydia Screening website. - Chlamydia Testing website for London - Ruthinking is a website designed for young people. You can find out sex facts, information on relationships, emergency help and find out where your local sexual health services are. - Play the 'Sex Lottery' game and find out about STIs, contraception, and where to go for help and advice. - Provides confidential information and advice on contraception and sexual health. You can also get details of family planning clinics and sexual health services anywhere in the UK. - a wide range of top-quality condoms and lubricants at low prices. All of products conform to British (BSI) and European (CE) standards. - Confidential sexual health advice. Find out your rights in relation to sex, find out sexual health facts and the play 'the defender' game. - A comprehensive website for teenagers, including facility to email questions to a Doctor on a wide range of medical and sexual issues. - Website aimed at teenagers, providing advice on issues such as contraception, periods, teenage pregnancy, sex and sexuality. Test your knowledge on sexual health, look up sex words in the glossary or send an e-greeting card! - Offers support to people living with HIV, if you know someone who is, or if you think you might be at risk from HIV. Provides information on details of services. - Answers questions about contraception, sexually transmitted infections and generally safer sexual health - Website contains A-Z information on pregnancy, termination and provides advice on options for dealing with an unplanned pregnancy. - Confidential online advice for teenagers. Subjects covered range from bullying, relationships, drugs and exams. - Confidential information and advice for children and young people on any issue. - Information and advice on health problems that particularly things that people find difficult and are embarrassed to talk about - A website resource for professionals and young people alike which includes over 40 recorded interviews with young people talking about a variety of issues affecting them, including sexual health.


General Health - To find out more about an illness or condition, a self-help guide and advice for healthy living. - The Health Protection Agency (HPA) is an independent body that protects the health and well-being of the population.