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Hertfordshire County Council

Clinics and advice

Call Sexual Health Hertfordshire on 0300 008 5522 to book an appointment at a clinic or check whether they accept walk-ins.

Sexual health services are confidential. You don't have to give your real name, just provide contact details for your test results.

Find your nearest sexual health clinic


Finding a method of contraception that suits you is an important way to plan for the future and prevent unplanned pregnancies. Take a look at your options.


Emergency contraception

If you've had sex without contraception or you think it didn't work, the emergency contraceptive pill or the IUD (intrauterine device) are safe and effective ways to prevent pregnancy.

Get them for free at:

  • sexual health and contraception clinics
  • most GPs
  • some pharmacies (under 25s only)

HIV testing and treatment

HIV has no symptoms. The best way to recognise it early is to get tested at least once a year.

Get a free, confidential HIV test:

The sooner someone with HIV starts treatment, the less likely they are to get a life-shortening illness or pass it on to someone else.

HIV medication can reduce the amount of HIV in the body to undetectable levels, which means it can't be passed on.

THT support people who are newly diagnosed or living with HIV.