Maintaining good sexual health is an important part of staying healthy during your time at the University of Aberdeen. Whether you need advice on contraception, check-ups, or are unsure what to do in a medical emergency – you can find it by following these links.
CluedUp information on sexual abuse and harassment can be found here.
Free condoms, as well as more advice on sexual health, are available from AUSA Advice.
If something doesn’t seem right to you, get it checked out as soon as you can. Grampian Sexual Health at The Health Village is a free confidential clinic that provides services including dealing with STIs, emergency contraception, contraceptive implants and coils, as well as support and testing for men and women who have been sexually assaulted. You can call 0345 337 9900 to book an appointment or make an enquiry at any sexual health clinic in Grampian.
If you would like further information and details on the choices available to you, visit your local family planning clinic.
TED-Ed – How do contraceptives work?