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PLEASE READ OUR NEW EAR SYRINGING GUIDELINES, FOUND ON THE RIGHT SIDE UNDER FURTHER INFORMATION

Car Parking Information

We have recently changed the layout of the car park. We now have a Staff only area and a Patient only area. This has increased the number of spaces for patients to 6, including 1 disabled bay.  If the car park is full there is alternative parking nearby at Sainsburys, Maryport Street, Monday Market Street or Sidmouth Street.

Thank you very much in advance for your co-operation in this matter.

St James Surgery

Contraceptives

CONTRACEPTIVE SERVICES

We offer a full range of confidential contraceptive advice

This includes condoms , the combined " Pill ", the " Mini-pill ", injections , Implants , IUD's (coil) and IUS (Mirena coil), amongst others.

Please contact the practice for a routine appointment.

 

Emergency contraception is offered also, either as IUD, or as the "Morning-after pill"

Both work more effectively the sooner you can use them.

You can buy the "Morning-after pill" directly from a pharmacy without a prescription

It works most effectively to prevent conception if it is used as soon as possible after the unprotected episode.

 

If you need to discuss emergency contraception with a doctor, then please contact the practice for a same-day triage call. A doctor will call you back, and arrange the most appropriate next step.

 

Please follow the link to the Sexual Health Clinic leaflet. This is a pdf with all the clinics that are available including walk-in clinics.

For further information and help, please follow the links below to the Sexual Health clinic leaflets. These pdf have all good advice and show you all the clinics and locations that are available, including walk-in clinics.

pdf Sexual Health Clinics

pdf Sexual Health Service Advice.pdf

pdf Sexual Health Service - Clinic Information and Opening times.pdf;



 
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