Contraception and STIs

Had unprotected sex?

In Norfolk, over 35,000 people use the iCaSH (Integrated Contraception and Sexual Health Service) clinics every year. Unprotected sex can lead to sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as chlamydia, as well as pregnancy.

There are lots of different kinds of contraception to choose from. Condoms are the only type of contraception that protects against both STIs and pregnancy.

STIs can affect people of any age or gender.

Under 25 years old?

You can register for a C-Card to get free condoms from places like GP surgeries, pharmacies, youth services and colleges.

You can get free chlamydia testing kits from many GP surgeries, pharmacies, and iCaSH clinics. You can order a kit online from Are You Getting It? or The Terrence Higgins Trust

25 years old or more?

You can get advice about contraception options to suit your lifestyle and STI testing information from your GP surgery, iCaSH clinic, or online by following the links below.

STI testing can be done at GP surgeries, and iCaSH clinics.

Information and sexual health services available to young people in Norfolk