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Enjoying sex, you want that too, don't you? Still, you may have questions or concerns. Do you have questions about sexuality, contraception, safe sex and/or pregnancy? Or would you like to get tested for STIs? The Center for Sexual Health (CSG) of GGD Flevoland can help you.

Questions about sex and contraception

Frequently asked questions, Sense consultation, useful websites, help and advice for young people (up to 25)
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STI test

STI testing is free and anonymous at CSG for young people (up to 25 years old) and high-risk groups.
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(Un)intended pregnancy

You are not alone. Information, help and advice for unintended pregnancy.
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Preventing HIV with PEP and PrEP

A course of PEP within 72 hours of unprotected sex reduces the risk of contracting HIV. Some people can get PrEP medication at the CSG to prevent HIV.
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Vaccination against hepatitis B

Free hepatitis B vaccination for men or transgender people who have sex with men or if sex is your job.
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If sex is your job

Free and anonymous testing for STIs, free hepatitis B vaccination, help and advice with questions or problems.
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Frequently asked questions, Sense consultation, useful websites, help and advice for young people (up to age 25).

STI testing is free and anonymous at CSG for young people (up to 25 years old) and high-risk groups.

You are not alone. Information, help and advice for unintended pregnancy.

A course of PEP within 72 hours of unprotected sex reduces the risk of contracting HIV. Some people can get PrEP medication at the CSG to prevent HIV.

Free hepatitis B vaccination for men or transgender people who have sex with men or if sex is your job.

Free and anonymous testing for STIs, free hepatitis B vaccination, help and advice with questions or problems.

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The truth about STI testing

Can you get an STI from kissing? Do you always have symptoms of it? Why do we find it inconvenient, such an STI test? And what are actually the risks if you don't do a test? Or too late?

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Partners

"I found it difficult to go to my mother or my family doctor to discuss that I wanted to go on the pill or an IUD. It was great that I could ask for help anonymously and for free at the Sense consultation. The nurse took the time for me, listened well and I really got something out of the advice she gave."

Tessa (17)

"I found the first time testing for STIs very uncomfortable and exciting. Fortunately, it wasn't too bad. I don't have a steady partner, but I regularly have sex with a man I like. We both find it ok that we have sex with other men in addition. Because I am not sure if he does it safely then, I get tested every now and then just to be sure."

Frank (38)

"I'm glad I made an appointment at the Sense consultation. The nurse understood me well and gave fine tips that have made things much better between me and my boyfriend now. We both enjoy sex now and I now know how to tell when I don't like something."

Chantal (20)