Have you ever used sexual health services? What was your experience like?
Share your experience on our online survey and help inform the sexual health inquiry.
The big issue
The number of diagnoses for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are increasing. Recent figures show a 20% rise in syphilis between 2016-17, and a 22% rise in gonorrhoea over the same period.
At the same time there has been an 8% reduction in the number of chlamydia tests carried out, continuing the trend of the previous year. Service providers argue that increases in STI diagnoses, against a backdrop of significant financial pressures, have left sexual health services at ‘tipping point’.
The House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee want to find out what impact this has had on your experience of sexual health services.
How can you help?
If you have personal experience of using sexual health services we would like to hear from you.
Share your views anonymously on our online survey
If you wish to submit your views anonymously, you can send us your thoughts using our online survey.
The feedback will be used to inform the Committee’s thinking on this issue.
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