Sexual health advice on campus
Worried about being checked for an STI? Shy about asking for contraception advice?
We understand that it isn't the easiest thing to deal with especially when you're at university but if you need some advice about contraception or want to talk about your sexual health, head to room MD071 on Monday 2nd July from 1pm to 4pm this term.
Embrace, a Wolverhampton based sexual health advice service, will be offering free contraception including; pills, patches, injections, consultations for implants and coils, condoms and emergency contraception.
They also provide STI screening for chlamydia & gonorrhoea and blood tests for HIV & syphilis and are able to give hormone injections too.
The service is confidential, non-judgmental and for students of all ages, genders and orientations.
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