Sexual health webchat

By on 07/11/2013 in News

On Tuesday 12 November, experts from across the city joined us for a webchat, answering questions and offering advice on a variety of sexual health issues.

Birmingham City Council assumed a wide range of public health responsibilities in April this year - including the delivery of sexual health services across the city.

Taking care of your sexual health means more than being free from sexually transmitted infections (STIs), or not having to face unplanned pregnancy as a result of ineffective contraception or no contraception at all. It means taking care of your health, your partner's health, and your decisions about relationships.

Most of us need advice and information about sexual health from time to time, so if you have any questions but don’t know who to turn to, join us for the #2ndCitySex webchat.

We’ll be on hand to answer your questions on everything from Chlamydia to condoms, from safe sex to pregnancy.

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