Sex, STIs, contraception and more – Sexual Health Q&A | NHS








Is sex good for you? Is it safe to use the pill? What should you do if you suspect you have an STI? We gathered your sexual health questions and answered them with SH:24.

The following websites are mentioned in this video:
https://sh24.org.uk
https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/pharmacy/find-a-sexual-health-clinic
https://www.nhs.uk/contraception
https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/sexual-health

You can also visit https://www.sexwise.org.uk/ or call 0300 123 7123

00:00-00:32 Intro
00:33-1:18 Is sex good for you? Any tips for having a healthy sexual relationship?
1:19-3:05 I have sex but it’s painful – why is this?
3:06-3:35 Is it healthy to masturbate?
3:36- 4:58 There’s so many options for contraception, where do I start?
4:59-5:59 Is it safe to use the pill?
6:00-7:11 How do you know you have an STI and how do you treat it?
7:12-7:29 Can I get an STI from having anal or oral sex?
7:30-8:00 What’s HPV? Can you get it when using a condom?
8:01-8:36 If I’ve had genital warts, could I get them again? Do I still carry the virus to pass on?
8:37-9:00 Can the COVID-19 vaccine affect both female and male fertility?
09:01-09:29 Outro

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