Whether you are sexually active already or just thinking about finding out more then this site is for you.
Forgotten to take your pill? Condom split? Had unprotected sex in the last 72 hours? You may need emergency contraception.
Condoms are available to young people free wherever you see the Get It On sign in Hampshire.
All of the sexual health services shown on this website are available to all Black and Minority Ethnic communities.
We now have a free Screening Programme dedicated to testing and treating under 25 year olds for Chlamydia.
Updated on 16 April 2014
Cosham Sexual Health Clinic The sexual health clinic in Cosham will be closed from 22nd April 2014. Please visit www.letstalkaboutit.nhs.uk or call 0300 300 2016 to find out about alternative local sexual health services. Sexual Health Clinic at St Mary’s Hospital, Portmouth The sexual health clinic on Tuesday evenings will [...] Continue Reading
Updated on 22 November 2013
HIV LIVES: Get tested for HIV… In the UK there are around 100,000 people living with HIV and it is estimated that 1 in 4 people living with HIV do not know that they have the infection, and therefore are at increased risk of passing the virus onto others. The aim of HIV Testing Week [...] Continue Reading
Updated on 05 November 2013
The Sexual Health Promotion Team from Solent NHS Trust have developed a virtual tour of 5 main sexual health clinics in Hampshire, Southampton & Portsmouth. The Virtual Tour aims to provide an understanding of what happens in a sexual health clinic. The tour of the clinics in Aldershot, Basingstoke, Portsmouth, Southampton and Winchester shows photographs of the outside of each of [...] Continue Reading
Updated on 30 January 2013
Dear Colleague It is now just over 3 years since we developed our first Hampshire-wide Sexual Health & HIV Strategy and started our journey to redesign local sexual health services in response to the needs identified in the Hampshire Sexual Health Needs Assessment 2009. Significant progress has been made since then but there is more [...] Continue Reading
Updated on 29 November 2012
Nearly 100,000 people are living with HIV in the UK Did you know that it is 30 years since the first cases of Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) were reported? By the end of 2011 there were around 96,000 people living with HIV in the UK and a 25% of them are undiagnosed, meaning that 25% do [...] Continue Reading
Updated on 28 November 2012
From November 2012 many pharmacies in Hampshire will be extending the number of sexual health services they provide to include: The provision of free condoms (using the GET IT ON C card) for 13-25 year olds Free chlamydia testing kits to young people 16-24 years old Free Emergency Hormonal Contraception (EHC) service All pharmacies providing these sexual [...] Continue Reading