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The following section contains guidelines and infromation to assist colleagues working in Primary Care.
Information is available by clicking on "Primary Care" in the
column on the left.
The contraceptive vaginal ring is one of the newest birth
control methods on the market. It is a flexible plastic ring about
2 inches (5.4 cm) in diameter and about 1/8" thick (4 mm). You can
easily insert the ring into the vagina where it stays...
Vaginismus is where the muscles around the vagina tighten
(contract) involuntarily. This spasm can be strong enough to make
penetrative sex painful or even impossible.
Vaginismus is a common condition. The causes can vary but are
A varicocele is a collection of enlarged veins around the
testicle, usually on the left side. Often, they do not cause any
symptoms but if they get quite large a dragging, heavy feeling may
cause discomfort. They do not usually need treatment...
What is a vasectomy?
A vasectomy is a sterilisation operation performed on men. The
purpose of this is to make them incapable of fathering further
children. A vasectomy is a safe and effective method of
A vasectomy is a sterilisation operation performed on men
Sterilisation is a permanent method of contraception, which works either by blocking the woman's fallopian tubes
If you have a visual impairment there can be barriers to
accessing information and support. There is a problem because
service providers have tended to provide information about sexual
health in material which is visually based.
Cancer can develop throughout the female reproductive system, as
it can elsewhere in the body of both women and men. Any diagnosis
of cancer is always frightening but there is support available if
you find yourself in this situation. Remember...
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Most patients attend our 'all-day walk-in' clinic.
08:30 am to 3.00 pm Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and