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Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

(formerly Family Planning)

Thursday

1.30pm – 4.00pm

Appointment Only

 

Thursday

7pm – 9pm

Appointment only

(Please go to side of building and press intercom to gain entry)

Integrated Sexual Health Clinic

(formerly GUM ) 

Thursday

1.30pm – 3.40pm

Appointment Only

Young Person’s Plus Clinic

At this clinic a …

Bellshill Community Health Clinic »

Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

(formerly Family Planning)

Wednesday

Appointment

1.30pm – 4.00pm

 

Wednesday

Appointment only

7pm – 9pm

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 …

Cambuslang Clinic »

… IUS (Intrauterine System)

Monday

4pm–6pm

(drop in until 5.30pm)

Sexual & Reproductive Health

(formerly Family Planning)

 Monday

9.30am–12 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, …

Early Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy »

… you may still be pregnant then wait a week and repeat the test or go to your GP or Sexual and Reproductive Health Service for advice.  (For your local clinic go the Services section of this site or to make an appointment phone 0300 303 0251 lines open Monday to Friday 9.00 a.m.to 4.45 p.m).

Where can I get a test?

You can purchase a home pregnancy test at your local pharmacy or supermarket.

Or you can get a test from Your GP or Sexual and Reproductive Health Service which is …

Coatbridge Health Centre »

Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

(formerly Family Planning)

Monday

9am – 10am*

1pm – 3pm+ ( LARC walk in)

6.50pm – 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 …

Cumbernauld Central Health Centre »

… 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 Person’s Drop In Clinics early as occasionally, due to staff shortages, the clinic …

Safer Sex »

… However, you can get them free at a young person’s sexual health clinic, Sexual Health 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 …

Houldsworth Centre (Previously Wishaw Health Centre) »

Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

(formerly Family Planning)

Monday

Appointment only

Wednesday ( LARC Clinic)

1.30pm – 3.30pm

 

1pm – 3.30pm+

C Card

 

Monday-Thursday 

Friday

9am – 5pm 

9am – 4.30pm

  Young Person’s Plus Clinic

At this clinic a doctor will be present and services will include: STI testing, STI treatment, BBV …

Viewpark Health Centre »

Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

(formerly Family Planning)

Friday

Appointment only

9.30am to 12.00noon

C Card

Monday – Thursday

Friday

9.00am – 5.00pm

9.00am – 4.30pm

 

Hunter Health Centre »

… 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 include:

STI testing, STI treatment, BBV testing, Contraception which includes …

Carluke Health Centre »

… 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 »

… 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 »

… 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

 

Lanark Health Centre »

C Card

Monday to Thursday

9am – 5pm

Friday

9am – 4.30pm

Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

(formerly Family Planning)

Tuesdays

Appointment only

7pm – 9pm

Young Person Clinic

Tuesday

5.45pm – 7.45pm (drop in until 7.30pm)

Chlamydia »

… (neck of the womb). Cervical smear tests, which women have regularly (throughout their Reproductive years) are taken to check for precancerous changes – BUT chlamydia testing is not part of this test.

Can Chlamydia be treated?

The good news is that chlamydia is usually easy to treat with an antibiotic. As with other infections treatment is most effective when the full course of antibiotics is completed.

If you do have chlamydia, it is important that you:

come back …

Safer Sexual Health »

… look after your sexual health.  Why not book a sexual health check up at your local Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinic on 0300 303 0251 (Line open Monday to Friday 9.00 a.m. to 4.45 p.m.).  You’ll get advice on looking after your sexual health and you can access free condoms if you want them.  Free condoms are also available from Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics

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

Motherwell Health Centre »

… (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 and services will include: STI testing, STI treatment, BBV testing, Contraception which includes Implants, IUD (Intrauterine Device) and …

Unplanned Pregnancy »

… ensure you have an accurate pregnancy test- you can get this done through your GP, Sexual and Reproductive 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 …

Black & Minority Ethnic sites »

… http://www.healthscotland.com/documents/3422.aspx

The Sandyford

Glasgow’s sexual and reproductive health service which has a number of sexual health information leaflets translated into different languages.

http://www.sandyford.org/translated-patient-information-.aspx

Health in my Language

A website which lets you find information about health and health related services in Scotland which has been translated into different languages …

Painful Sex »

… called acute and can be experienced for many reasons. In women, specifically in relation to the reproductive system, these can include spontaneous abortion (miscarriage), ectopic pregnancy, ovarian cysts or ovarian torsion.

You should go directly to your local Accident & Emergency department if you have abdominal pain which is:

severe

does not go away within a short time period

is accompained with fever and/or confusion or any other significant changes in your …

Unable to Orgasm (Anorgasmia) »

… of a more serious condition which is more easily treated if found early.

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

Prevention »

… Team on 07884 454 961

North Outreach Team on 07810 153 940

NHS Lanarkshire Sexual and Reproductive Health Services

Provides sexual health services and information and testing for Hepatitis and other blood borne viruses.  For more information about local sexual health services go to the Services section of this site or call our appointment line on 0845 618 7191 (Line open Monday to Fridayy 9.00 a.m. to 4.45 p.m.)

GP/Primary Care Services

If you think you have been at …

Prevention »

… Team on 07884 454 961

North Outreach Team on 07810 153 940

NHS Lanarkshire Sexual and Reproductive Health Services

Provides sexual health services and information and testing for Hepatitis and other blood borne viruses.  For more information about local sexual health services go to the Services section of this site or call our appointment line on 0845 618 7191 (Line open Monday to Fridayy 9.00 a.m. to 4.45 p.m.)

GP/Primary Care Services

If you think you have been at …

What is a Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinic? »

In Lanarkshire Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics (formerly Family Planning Services) can offer you advice on relationships and making choices about contraception.  You can get advice from your own doctor or by going to one of the many clinics across both North and South Lanarkshire.

In Lanarkshire our Sexual and Reproductive Health Clinics can offer you advice on relationships and making choices about …

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) »

If you live in South 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)

Cambuslang Clinic

5 Johnson Drive, Cambuslang, G72 8JR

Young …

Excuses/Answers for not using Condoms »

… unprotected sexual intercourse .  This is only available from your GP or Sexual Health and Reproductive Service.

To make an appointment at your local Sexual Health and Reproductive Service call 0300 303 0251 (Line open Monday to Friday 9.00 a.m. to 4.45 p.m).

It is extremely unlikely that pregnancy will occur after having an IUD fitted. An IUD can be fitted up to 120 hours (5 days) later.

How does emergency contraception work?

Emergency contraception stops an egg being …

Condoms! »

… that suits you whether or not you are in a relationship, come to your local Sexual Health and Reproductive Service or one of the services listed here and talk it over with our nurse or doctor. If you are in a relationship you can bring your partner with you.

 

Here are some of the most useful methods:

Condoms

These are probably the easiest to use and the safest for you, as they protect against pregnancy, Sexually Transmitted Infections ( STIs ) and other infections like …

Young Men »

… worried about having picked up a sexually transmitted infection ( STI ) the Sexual 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 …

Young Women »

… worried about having picked up a sexually transmitted infection ( STI ) the Sexual Health and Reproductive Service can check it out and treat it for you.  Some women don’t show any signs of having an sexually transmitted infection (STI) even though they’ve got one.  So we recommend that you get a regular 6 monthly MOT to check everything is ok if you’re sexually active, especially if you have a new partner.  All this and free condoms too.  What are you waiting for?!

Another …

Female Genital Mutilation »

… poisoning) and even death. The longer term physical effects include difficulties with sexual, reproductive and general health.

Infections of the urinary tract and pelvis may be recurrent due to the difficulties expelling body fluids. Sexual activity may be limited and difficult even in culturally approved situations due to the extent of mutilation and the scarring which occurs. Mutilation doubles the risk of maternal death during childbirth, and quadruples the chance of the child …

Vaginal / Vulval Cancer »

… make an appointment to see a Doctor in your general practice or your local Sexual Health and reproductive Service clinic. To make an appointment call: 0300 303 0251 (lines are open Monday to Friday, 9.00 a.m. to 4.45 p.m.)

Vaginal Cancer

Vaginal cancer is mostly found in women in their 60s, although, again, it is rare even in this group. However, it may also be found in teenage women whose mothers used the drug Diethylstilboestrol ( des ) early in pregnancy to avoid miscarriage …

Hearing Impairment »

… their communication methods.

To help with the use of any services, including GPs, Sexual and Reproductive Health 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 …