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Maintaining good sexual health during Covid-19
Please follow the current government guidelines on social distancing – up to date guidelines can be found here:
There has never been a better time to get tested for sexually transmitted infections, in helping to ‘break the chain’ of transmission.
If everyone got tested during this time, infections could be lowered, and the impact on NHS services reduced.
Click the purple condom for postal testing options.

How can we help you?

If you need advice on Emergency Contraception, Sexual Health or Contraception please contact the service on 0300 1234 154.
If you choose to go to a Lancashire pharmacy, we advise you call them first to check a pharmacist is on duty who can issue Emergency Contraception for free. (see pharmacy list for phone numbers). Please note Blackpool pharmacies do not offer a free Emergency Contraception service.
Lancashire Pharmacies - Emergency Contraception

This is a practical guide produced by the faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health (FSRH) for women who need to access Sexual and Reproductive health services during the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic.

View our easy-read leaflet

Our Sexual Health Services are available for everyone and offer a range of services. We cover a wide geographic area and provide care to young people and adults. Often there can be barriers to accessing Sexual healthcare such as language issues, fear of being judged, anxiety around confidentiality and a perceived stigma. In this podcast, our consultant Dr Tina Dwivedi and her colleague Dr Babu aim to provide education and dispel myths around different aspects of Sexual Health:
Appointments: 0300 1234 154

About this service

Our team of doctors and nurses provide Sexual Health Services across Blackpool and Lancashire. They deal with a variety of sexual health related conditions, providing testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections (STI’s), including HIV, in line with national guidelines.