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Integrated Sexual Health Clinic

(formerly GUM

Thursday

1.30pm – 3.40pm

Appointment Only

Young Person’s Plus Clinic

At this clinic a doctor will be present and services will include: STI testing, STI treatment, BBV testing, Contraception which includes Implants, IUD (Intrauterine Device) and IUS (Intrauterine System).

Thursday

4pm – 6pm (drop in until 5.30pm)

Please note, you are advised to …

Cambuslang Clinic »

… noon

1.30pm–4pm

Integrated Sexual Health Clinic

(formerly Genito-urinary GUMS )

 Monday

1.30pm–4pm

C Card

Mon – Fri

8.30am – 4.30pm

* Drop In Clinic:  Please note that you are advised to attend early in order to ensure you are seen.  Occasionally, due to staff shortages, the clinic numbers need to be capped before the cut off time.

Coatbridge Health Centre »

… – 8.30pm (appt only)

Integrated Sexual Health Clinics

(formerly Genito-urinary GUM )

Monday

Appointment only

9am – 10am*

1.30pm – 8.30pm

Young Person’s Plus Clinic

At this clinic a doctor will be present and services will include: STI testing, STI treatment, BBV testing, Contraception which includes Implants, IUD (Intrauterine Device) and IUS (Intrauterine System).

Monday

4pm – 6pm (drop in until 5.30pm)

Please note, …

Cumbernauld Central Health Centre »

Integrated Sexual Health Clinics

(formerly Genito-urinary GUM )

Friday

Appointment only

9.30am – 12.30pm

Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

(formerly Family Planning)

Monday

Appointment only

7pm – 9pm

 

Friday

Appointment only

9.30am – 11.30am

Young Person’s Clinic

Monday

4pm – 6pm (drop in until 5.30pm)

Please note, you are advised to attend the Young …

Integrated Sexual Health Clinics (formerly GUM Clinics) – LanSH site »

NHS Lanarkshire provides Integrated Sexual Health Clinics (formerly Genito-urinary Medicine or GUM Clinics). Please see the new listings page at our Services site: www.lansh.scot.nhs.uk/adult-clinics/

To make an appointment at one of our clinics please call our Appointment Line on  0300 303 0251 (Line open Monday to Friday 9.00 a.m. to 4.45 p.m.)

Women who have experienced sexual assault or abuse should see the EVA Service pages: www.nhslanarkshire.org.uk/Services/

Safer Sex »

… and Reproductive Service clinics, Integrated Sexual Health Clinics (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ) clinics or your GP and get all the support and back up you need whatever the result. Whatever your situation, the sooner you do something about it, the more choices you will have.

If your test is negative

It might be an idea to talk over a method of contraception or protection that suits you best or you might want to discuss things about your relationship.

If your test is positive …

Inflammation »

… screen can be arranged at you local Integrated Sexual Health Clinics (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ).

Urethritis/Meatitis

Is when the urethra is inflamed. This is usually caused by an STI and requires treatment at a Integrated Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM).  Symptoms can be a pus discharge and pain when peeing.

Meatitis is inflammation of the tip of the urethra.  This happens if there is irritation from spermicide, other substances or during sex.  This …

Gonorrhoea »

… quickest and best option is to go to a Integrated Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ). The staff there are specially-trained, and the service you get will be free, confidential and welcoming. Just phone to make an appointment.

How will I be tested?

Samples are taken from the penis in men, or the cervix in women. Also samples may be taken from the anus or throat. Sometimes the doctor can tell in a few minutes by looking under the microscope, other cases may take a few …

Arousal »

… which include your own doctor, Integrated Sexual Health Clinics (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ) or counselling services.

The ease with which arousal develops, its intensity and frequency of occurrence can become particularly problematic when partners are involved. Where these factors are generally matched between partners, there is less likelihood of conflict. However, if a partner wishes sex more often than their partner does, the other partner may feel pressurised to have sex even …

Hunter Health Centre »

Integrated Sexual Health Clinics

(formerly Genito-urinary GUM )

MondayWednesday

 6.15pm – 8.30pm1pm – 3.30pm*

Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

(formerly Family Planning)

Monday ( LARC Clinic)

9am – 12 noon+

Wednesday

Appointment only

1pm – 2pm*

6.30pm – 8.30pm

Thursday

1.30pm – 3.30pm

Young Person’s Plus Clinic

At this clinic a doctor will be present and services will …

Carluke Health Centre »

Integrated Sexual Health Clinics

(formerly Genito-urinary GUM )

MondayAppointment only

Appointment only

10.30am-12 noon

1.30pm-4.30pm

Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

(formerly Family Planning)

MondayAppointment only

Appointment only

9.30am-12.30pm

1.30pm-4 pm

C Card

Monday – Friday

9.00am-12.00noon

1.00pm-4.30pm

 

Blantyre Health Centre »

Integrated Sexual Health Clinics

(formerly Genito-urinary GUM )

ThursdayAppointment only

Appointment only

9.30am-12.00noon

Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

(formerly Family Planning)

Thursday

Appointment only

1.30pm-4.30pm

C Card

Monday – Friday

9.00am-4.00pm

 

Douglas Street Clinic »

Integrated Sexual Health Clinics

(formerly Genito-urinary GUM )

Friday

Appointment only

9.30am – 11.30pm

Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

(formerly Family Planning)

Wednesday

Appointment only

Friday

Appointment only

7.00pm-9.00pm 

9.30am-11.30am

C Card

Monday-Friday

9.00am-4.00pm

 

Safer Sexual Health »

… Family Planning) Clinics and Integrated Sexual Health Clinics (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ).

A few do’s when using condoms

Do check out the handy guide in the condom packs before you use a condom to help you get it right.  Condoms come in all shapes and sizes – use the one that’s right for you.

Do use a condom that fits you well.

Do use a condom only once.

Do use a water based lubricant with a condom.  It may make sex more comfortable and …

Motherwell Health Centre »

Integrated Sexual Health Clinics

(formerly Genito-urinary GUM )

Tuesday

9am - 10am  *Walk In

(see below for more information)

1.30pm – 4.00pm, by appointment only

Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

(formerly Family Planning)

Tuesday

9am – 10am *Walk In

(see below for more information)

1.30pm – 4.00pm, by appointment only

Young Person’s Plus Clinic

At this clinic a doctor will be present …

NSU »

… for it. It can only be diagnosed at a Integrated Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ) because a microscope is needed to make the diagnosis.

The symptoms are the same as those for chlamydia.

Women may get any of the following symptoms:

An unusual vaginal discharge

Pain or discomfort when passing urine

Lower tummy pain

Pain during sex.

Men may get any of the following symptoms

Pain when passing urine

A discharge or fluid from the end of the penis …

Unplanned Pregnancy »

… Health Clinics (formerly Family Planning Clinics), Integrated Sexual Health Clinics (formerly GUM Clinics) or some chemists.

Your options are:

To continue with the pregnancy and keep your baby

To continue with the pregnancy and have the baby adopted

To have a termination of pregnancy (abortion)

You will need to carefully consider your options, and it often helps to talk this through with someone- whether that is your family, boyfriend/ partner or a friend.

If you are at …

Syphilis »

… up in a welcoming, confidential setting at a Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM clinic). The staff are specially trained and very experienced in helping people who are concerned they may have an infection. The test normally involves a blood test and if an ulcer/sore is present a swab will also be taken. For some people syphilis may not show up in the blood test straight away and so it may need to be repeated. This is why it is important to have regular sexual health …

Genital Warts »

… with your family doctor or at a Integrated Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ). The Integrated Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM) is run by friendly, specially-trained staff who give free confidential advice and treatment. You don’t need to see your family doctor first, just phone to make an appointment yourself. You can get details of your nearest clinic from the sexual health services section of this website.

How are genital warts treated? …

How do I talk to my partner? »

… have a sexually-transmitted infection ( STI ), it can sometimes be the cause of tension and arguments, and questions of where it came from. Remember that many STIs do not show themselves immediately, and may have even been picked up some years before. Therefore if someone is in a relationship and a sexually-transmitted infection shows up, it does not automatically mean that either partner has been unfaithful.

If you discover that you have an infection that could be sexually-transmitted, …

Painful Sex »

… and Reproductive Health clinic or Integrated Sexual Health Clinics (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ) Clinic where you will get help.  To make an appointment call 0300 303 0251 (lines open 9.00 a.m. to 4.45 p.m. Monday to Friday)

Unable to Orgasm (Anorgasmia) »

… Sexual and Reproductive Health or Integrated Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ) will help and you may need referred to a psychosexual counsellor.

Painful Ejaculation »

… should make an appointment with the Integrated Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ) so that staff there can investigate why this is happening to you and help you. 

Bloody Ejaculation »

… should make an appointment with the Integrated Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ) so that staff there can investigate this problem and provide help for you. 

Bacterial Vaginosis »

… with your family doctor or at a Integrated Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ).

The clinic is run by friendly, specially-trained staff who give free, confidential advice and treatment. To make an appointment phone 0300 303 0251 (Line open Monday to Friday 9.00 a.m. to 4.45 p.m.)

How is it diagnosed?

It is best diagnosed by taking a small sample of the discharge from the vagina. The diagnosis can often be made right away by looking at the sample down a …

Scabies »

… for help?

Your own GP or your local Integrated Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM Clinic). If you are sexually active you may want to consider being tested for any sexually acquired infections.

How will I tell my partner?

It is important to keep scabies in perspective. Scabies is a common infection, which is easily treated with either cream or lotion, which both work the same way. It might help if you show your partner or household this website.

Thrush »

… from your family doctor or at a Integrated Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ).

How is thrush treated?

Thrush can be treated by tablets (either put directly into your vagina (pessaries) or taken by mouth) and using a soothing cream around the genital area. There are also certain natural bacteria that can help soothe the infection, and these are found in live natural yoghurt. If you would like to try this, make sure you have live natural yoghurt (sometimes …

Clinics North Lanarkshire (LanSH site) »

If you live in North Lanarkshire and are looking for a Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinic ( formerly Family Planning ), please see the new listings page at our Services site: www.lansh.scot.nhs.uk/adult-clinics/

To make an appointment please call 0300 303 0251 (Line open Monday to Friday 9am – 4.45pm)  All Clinics are by appointment only (unless otherwise stated)

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Clinics South Lanarkshire (LanSH site) »

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(formerly Genito-urinary GUMS )

 Monday

1.30pm–4pm

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* Drop In Clinic:   Please note that you are advised to attend early in order to ensure you are seen.  Occasionally, due to staff shortages, the clinic numbers need to be capped before the cut off time.

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Young Men »

… Health and Reproductive Service or Integrated Sexual Health Clinics (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ) services can check it out and treat it for you.  Some men don’t show any signs of having an STI even though they might have one.  So we recommend that you come and get a regular 6 monthly MOT to check everything is OK if you’re having sex, especially if you have a new partner.

They can also show you how to check your testicles (balls) regularly for early warning signs of any …

Young Person Clinic List (LanSH site) »

NHS Lanarkshire run drop-in clinics for young people up to the age of 20 years. They are provided in both health and non-health settings. The staff are specially trained and are used to seeing young people. Please arrive early as places are limited.

Listings for YP and YP+ Clinics have moved to our Services site:

www.lansh.scot.nhs.uk/young-peoples-services/

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Male Self-Examination »

… quickly. You can go to your GP or to a Integrated Sexual Health Clinic (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ). It may well not be cancer; lumps and swellings can be caused by a number of things. For example: Hydrocele , Epididymitis,Varicocele, Inguinal hernia. An ultrasound scan may be arranged.

It is, however, really important to get checked by a doctor if you feel there is anything you are concerned/worried about.

Hearing Impairment »

… Clinics (formerly Family Planning) or Integrated Sexual Health Clinics (formerly Genito-urinary GUM ), it is possible to have an interpreter go along. This is available free of charge, but does need to be booked in advance (usually 2 weeks); and service providers need to use BSL interpreters. Public information should also be made available in BSL formats. There is support and information available from the British Deaf Association (BDA), in particular, their health promotion department …