Sexual health services 

All aspects of sexual health, including contraception, STI testing and treatment, and genito-urinary medicine (GUM), are available from easily accessible single locations in Cambridgeshire through the integrated contraception and sexual health service (iCASH).

Patients can access high quality services by contacting the referral line 0300 300 30 30 and an appointment will be booked for them at one of the available locations. 

Existing integrated services provided by CCS NHS Trust in Cambridge, Huntingdon, March, Ely, Ramsey, St Ives and St Neots, Wisbech (and school based services) will continue with three new premises opening in the Cambridge area.  

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Information and online booking for sexual health services for Cambridgeshire.

Contraception and family planning

Find a clinic that offers family planning and contraception in Cambridgeshire.

View more information about contraceptive options.

Emergency contraception

You can use contraception to prevent pregnancy after having unprotected sex or when you think your usual method might not have worked. There are two types:

  • The emergency contraceptive pill (sometimes called the morning-after pill).
  • The IUD (intrauterine device, a coil).

Find out how it works, the effects, and where to get it.

Chlamydia screening

You can request a sexual health screen at one of several sexual health clinics in Cambridgeshire.

Exposed to HIV in the last 3 days

If you have had sex with someone in the last three days (72 hours) who is HIV positive or who has a high chance of having HIV then taking a short course of drugs may help to prevent infection. It is more effective the sooner you take it and may be considered if:

  • You had oral sex with someone who has HIV or is at high risk of having HIV and they ejaculated in your mouth.
  • You had unprotected vaginal or anal sex with someone who either has HIV or is at high risk of having HIV.

Find out more about HIV

Condoms

Cambridgeshire C-Card provides access to free condoms for young people under 19 years old.

Sexual assault

Sexual assault and abuse is any type of sexual activity that you do not agree to, including:

  • inappropriate touching
  • vaginal, anal, or oral penetration
  • sexual intercourse that you say no to
  • rape
  • attempted rape
  • child molestation.

Find out what to do if you think you’ve been sexually assaulted, support and help groups.

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