Bradford Airedale Sexual Health

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Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) testing services

STI testing in Bradford and Airedale is available in a number of places to let you choose when and where to have an appointment. Listed below are some of the most useful services. All STI testing services are FREE and confidential.

If you want more information about STIs and think you may be at risk or have any symptoms, visit NHS Choices or Sex worth talking about for more information.

For more information specifically relating to chlamydia signs and symptoms, testing and treatment, view the Chlamydia testing section.

Remember that most people with STIs do NOT know that they have one. It is better to get checked out if you have been at risk or you have any concerns.

All GPs can do a number of STI tests; simply make an appointment with your GP. Results normally take a few days to come back (up to a week). Usual tests available include chlamydia, gonorrhoea, HIV – they can also diagnose many other infections and refer you to the Trinity Centre near St Luke’s Hospital.

There are a number of specialist services providing sexual health and contraception advice. These services offer advice, information, education and counselling as well as testing for all STIs including HIV. Treatments are provided free of charge. Direct referrals may be made to the Trinity Centre for some infections when necessary. Use the map below to pick out a centre most convenient for you (it need not be the centre closest to you). Phone the contact centre on 01274 200024 and they will make you an appointment.

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Providing a confidential service to all young people, including under 16s. This means that you can tell others about any service you visit, but they won’t. The only reason a service may have to discuss passing on confidential information would be if you or someone else may be in danger or at risk of harm, however they will always try to talk about this with you first.

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