"Getting a test"

About: Kirklees Sexual Health / Kirklees Sexual Health Outreach

(as the patient),

Saw this lady who talked to me about Chlamydia and I decided to take a test to make sure I didn't have it. They had some good info.

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Response from Michelle Briggs, Specialist Sexual Health Trainer, Sexual Health Outreach Team, Locala Community Partnerships

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Hello Gaffer2 and thanks ever so much for posting your feedback on Patient Opinion - your feedback and comments help us to make sure that we are providing an Outreach service that people find acceptable and accessible. Not everyone is aware of the need for regular check ups when it comes to their sexual health and accessing clinics can be a daunting prospect, so working in places like colleges, universities or community settings is a much more comfortable experience.

Remember you can access free condoms, advice and support from our Outreach Team too, so pop along next time and have a chat and see what else you might find out.

If you need any help or advice outside of college time though, you can check out the Locala website for opening times and locations of clinics across Kirklees

https://www.locala.org.uk/your-healthcare/sexual-health/

Many thanks again for your lovely comments

Kind regards from

The Sexual Health Outreach/Prevent Team

01484 481030

You can also request a free postal chlamydia screening kit at chlasp.screening@locala.org.uk

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