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The issues around sexual health and relationships faced by
people who are Deaf or have limited hearing are the same as for
hearing people, but there can be barriers to accessing information
To help with the use of any services,...
The following section contains the clinical protocols that are
followed within Sandyford services. In cases/conditions where a
West of Scotland Managed Clinical Network (MCN) protocol exists,
the Sandyford protocol follows this guidance....
Diaphragms and caps are referred to as barrier methods of
contraception. They fit inside your vagina, are covered with
spermicide and cover your cervix. This will stop sperm from
advancing from the vagina into your womb.
There is a variety...
Sexual problems include difficulties that you might have when
you are having sex. These problems might stop you or your partner
from enjoying sex together. Sexual dysfunction is the term
a doctor would use to describe sexual problems.
People with disabilities experience the same sexual needs, feelings and desires as any other adult. If you have a disability this should not stop you from having happy and healthy sexual relationships.
People with disabilities have the same right to information
about sexual health and relationships as everyone else. This should
be provided in a format suitable to their needs. Information
should help them to make informed choices and take...
This section will give you information to think about how to
keep yourself safe.
A night out
Rape and Sexual Assault
For further support
ChildLine for a confidential chat. Phone:...
When someone is hurting someone who is their partner or
ex-partner this is called domestic abuse. Domestic abuse can be
hurting someone physically, like hitting. Or it might be emotional
abuse, like threatening someone or making them feel bad about
information on rape and sexual assault, child abuse, domestic violence, safety
Women's Aid Federation of England, 2005. Revised 2009.
Available in abbreviated form in Arabic, Bengali, Chinese Greek,
Gujarati, Punjabi, Somali, Spanish, Turkish, Urdu, Polish from The
All drugs involve risks and side-effects. But there are special
risks in combining drugs with sex that you should know.
Like with alcohol, using drugs and having sex can lead you to
take risks that you wouldn't otherwise take, either because...
Being drunk, wasted or stoned affects your judgement and might mean you do things you might not usually do; and that may mean that you are more likely to have unsafe sex