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  1. FAQ - Suicide FAQs


    What to do if you're feeling shit. I feel suicidal If you are having very black thoughts or considering killing yourself, talk to someone. If, for whatever reason, you cannot talk to family or friends, there are several organisations who can help: Th ... More

  2. FAQ - The Penis FAQs


    The Tool-Kit: how to look after your tackle. Frequently asked questions including ejaculation, size, cancer and masturbation. The penis, as you have probably discovered, is used for peeing, making babies and generally having fun with. You're very luc ... More

  3. FAQ - Syphilis FAQs


    A disease of the past? No. Syphilis is alive and kicking despite effective treatments What is it? A thankfully uncommon but very unpleasant sexually transmitted disease caused by a bacterium. What are the main symptoms? The symptoms often follow four phas ... More

  4. FAQ - HIV & AIDs FAQs


    HIV is as serious as ever but over the last 10 years, treatments have greatly improved. What is HIV? Human Immunoinsufficiency Virus (HIV) is a virus that is passed from partner to partner via blood or body fluid transmission. You can get it from vaginal, ... More

  5. FAQ - Gonorrhoea FAQs


    Also known as 'The Clap', this sexually transmitted infection has a notorious reputation. What is it? Probably the best-known STI. It's caused by a bacteria that lives in moist, warm parts of the body. What are the main symptoms? One in ten ... More

  6. FAQ - Genital Warts FAQs


    Warts aren't pretty and are highly infectious. Best avoided because although they can be treated, they can't be cured. What are they? Warts on the genitals or anus caused by a virus that lives in the skin. What are the main symptoms? Tiny growth ... More

  7. FAQ - Genital Herpes FAQs


    A very painful sexually transmitted infection where blisters develop on your penis. What is it? A virus that produces a red blistering rash on your genitals. What are the main symptoms? Many people will have herpes and not know they have it as it remains ... More

  8. FAQ - Chlamydia FAQs


    Chlamydia is the most common STI but it's not trivial. Untreated it can cause infertility. What is it? Chlmaydia is the most common STIs in the UK and is passed from person to person through sex. It often has no symptoms, especially in men, so you ca ... More

  9. FAQ - Premature Ejaculation FAQs


    Cumming or ejaculating too soon happens to almost everyone at some point. There are plenty of things you can do to overcome it. What is it? Ejaculation which occurs more quickly than a man and his partner would wish, causing problems in a sexual relations ... More

  10. FAQ - Diabetes FAQs


    Diabetes is on the increase and, if undiagnosed, can be very dangerous. What is diabetes? Diabetes is caused by a lack of insulin, the hormone produced by the pancreas that helps the body's cells turn the glucose in the blood into energy. So there ar ... More