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Symptoms of a Sexually Transmitted Infection and need treatment

If you have an abnormal discharge or any ulcers or painful sores, a lump or bump that you are concerned about then it’s a good idea to get it checked out. Find a testing and treatment service by using the how can we help you today? Search options on the home page.

A wide range of sexual and reproductive health information is available from the NHS website.

You can also review of popular what’s normal page that deals with common, normal lumps and bumps that can often be mistaken for something more serious by people who have never seen them before.

The Sexual health service work to the NHS policy of “zero tolerance” towards violence and aggression. We are experiencing a high demand for our services and so please be kind and respectful to our staff who are working hard to provide you with the help that you need.