For information about Emergency Contraception
The first thing you have to do is confirm the pregnancy. You may not be. If you have had unprotected sex, and it is three weeks after this, and you have missed a period, then take a test. You can go to the Sexual Health and Reproductive Clinic , your GP or The Corner to get a free confidential test, or to a pharmacy (you will have to buy a test here).
If you want to discuss your pregnancy in confidence you can arrange to speak to one of the Student Support team in The Enquiry Centre or with a counsellor in the Counselling Service. If you wish you can also speak to your GP, Ninewells Hospital Sexual Health and Reproductive Clinic or if aged between 16 -19 at The Corner. Sexual health services at The Corner are led by nursing staff, but they work in partnership with other professionals to provide pregnancy testing and screening for Sexually Transmitted Infections.
Testing for Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea
FREE On Campus Testing Available: Confidential, Quick, Easy
Drop in at the University Health Service Monday – Friday 9:30am – 11:30am during semester
Testing for All Sexually Transmitted Infections
The C-Card Scheme gives FREE condoms, dams and lube to young people in Angus, Dundee and Perth & Kinross, aged 13-24. This service can be accessed whether you're male or female, no matter what your sexual orientation is. It doesn't matter whether you're having sex, thinking about having sex, or if you're just curious.
If you need to get a C-Card you'll need to visit a Registration Point first. Registration Points can be found here.
Men Only Tayside is an innovative and leading sexual health partnership between NHS Tayside and Terrence Higgins Trust Scotland.Provides sexual health clinics for men who have sex with men (MSM) and men who have sex with men and women (MSMW). Also works in local community providing sexual health information and advice, free condoms and lube and provide regular outreach in bars and clubs throughout Tayside.