Fewer people using sexual health clinics despite rise in STIs like syphilis and gonorrhoea



Fewer people are seeking help from dedicated sexual health clinics, new figures show.
Last year, 1.26 million people in England sought help from family planning services, community contraception clinics and some young people's advisory centres - down four per cent on the previous year.
This is despite big rises in cases of syphilis and gonorrhoea and continuing high levels of other sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
The NHS Digital data also shows a rise in people using long-term contraception, such as the coil - which could help to explain the fall.
The data also does not take into... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Health, Views: 36
Source: Daily Mail
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