Oral sex and STIs

Although oral sex avoids the risk of pregnancy, it can still pass on STI’s. This may cause a sore throat, blisters or ulcers or can pass on more serious infections such as HIV or hepatitis. You should avoid oral sex if you have any mouth or lip infections, especially cold sores. The risk of infections…

STIs Q&A

Sexually Transmitted Infections These are also known as STI’s. They are common and many people don’t know that they have them as they may not have any symptoms. They can easily pass from person to person, especially if you have sexual contact without using a condom and not knowing if either of you have an…

Condom Advice

When the time feels right to have intercourse make sure you are prepared. Remember to use contraception on every occasion. The condom is simple to use and is the only form of contraception that offers protection against both pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, if used correctly. There are 2 types of condom both male and…