Dulais Road, Seven Sisters, Neath Port Talbot, SA10 9EY

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Telephone: 01639 701 660 ( Out of Hours: 111 )

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Pregnancy Advisory and Sexual Health

Pregancy Advisory

Many women are faced with an unplanned pregnancy and find it hard to make a decision about what to do. At the Pregnancy Advisory Clinic we are here to help and support you in making this decision.

It is quite normal to have mixed feelings about being pregnant and about each of the choices open to you; making a decision can be difficult and frightening. In making your decision it is helpful to be clear about your feelings by listing and exploring them.

If you cannot decide, you may find it useful to discuss your options and obtain more information regarding health issues and social support. A referral to the Pregnancy Advisory Service.

You can self refer by contacting:

Telephone 01792 200303

8am to 3pm Monday to Thursday

8am to 1pm Friday

Further information can be found on the Pregnancy Advisory Service Website.

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Supporting Positive Parenting Advice Line

Fancy a chat about your family’s needs during this uncertain time?

We are here for you. We’ll listen, support and advise.

We’ll talk about what you want to talk about, but it could be managing child anxiety, behaviours, parental stress, anything to do with family life.

Our Advice Line is open every Monday between 10am and 1pm

CALL OR TEXT 01639 507351

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Do you suffer from:

  • Painful or irregular periods
  • Painful bowel movements
  • Pain when urinating
  • Pain during or after sex
  • Difficulty in getting pregnant
  • Fatigue

It may be endometriosis, and can cause problems in your every day life. If you experience any of these symptoms, please get in touch with a GP, or Jenny Shaw, Endometriosis Specialist Nurse. Endometriosis Leaflet.

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Sexual Health Clinics

What they do

Free and confidential:

  • Sexual Health advice, testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs or STDs) and treatment

  • Contraception, including emergency contraceptive pill and emergency coils. Please note, emergency coils can only be fitted at the main centres at Singleton and Neath Port Talbot hospitals and Quarella Road Clinic, Bridgend

  • Pregnancy Testing

  • HIV testing

  • Access to PrEP (preexposure prophylaxis) at Singleton Hospital

  • Access to PEP (postexposure prophylaxis) at Singleton and Neath Port Talbot hospitals and Quarella Road clinic, Bridgend

  • Hepatitis B vaccination at Singleton, Neath Port Talbot Hospital and Quarella Road

  • Help for victims of sexual assault

  • Psychosexual counselling

The Helpline can be contacted on 0300 5550279 and it is open Monday to Thursday 8am to 4.30pm and Friday 8am to 12.30pm

Sexual Health Information on the NHS Swansea Bay University Health Board website.