Gonorrhoea »

… anal or oral sex ; or enjoy sex without penetration – like kissing, hugging, massaging, and masturbating.

How is gonorrhoea treated?

Gonorrhoea is easily treated with antibiotics, either in tablet form, or sometimes by injection. It is very important that you:

come back and see the doctor or health adviser for a follow-up visit to check the infection is completely gone

remember that your partner will also need to be tested and may require treatment too, otherwise they could …

Bacterial Vaginosis »

… STIs.

Enjoy sex without penetration – why not try kissing, hugging, stroking, massaging, masturbating and body rubbing? All of these are safe and fun.

If you are having vaginal or anal sex, condoms can help make it safer and more fun. Condoms have really changed. You can get them in all different colours, shapes and flavours.

Sex toys are safe as long as you don’t share them. If you do share them, you can reduce the risk of infection by using a condom over the sex toy. …

Cystitis »

… shapes and flavours. Enjoy sex without penetration – why not try kissing, hugging, massaging, masturbating and body rubbing? All of these are safe and fun.

Further information

Many women get cystitis: around 1 in 3 women will experience cystitis at some point in their lives.  This leaflet looks at treating it yourself and when to see a doctor – http://www.healthscotland.com/documents/4219.aspx