Sexual Health Fife

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Sexual Health Fife is a confidential service, working to meet the Sexual, Reproductive and Emotional Health needs of everyone who lives in Fife, regardless of:
  • age
  • disability
  • gender/gender reassignment
  • marriage/civil partnership
  • pregnancy/maternity
  • race
  • religion/belief
  • sex or sexual orientation
Sexual Health Fife provides the following Contraceptive and Testing/Treatment services:
  • Pre-pregnancy advice
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Contraceptive advice
  • Emergency contraception
  • Free condoms, lube and dams (latex and non-latex)
  • Support and help with decision-making for unplanned pregnancy
  • Provision of all long acting reversible methods (Implant, contraceptive injection, IUDs and Mirena IUS) 
  • Counselling and referral female sterilisation
  • Referral for male sterilisation
  • Menopausal issues and Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
  • Testing and Treatment for all STIs
  • Testing and Treatment for HIV
  • Hepatitis B vaccination for at risk groups (NOT for travel/occupational purposes)
  • Confidential support and advice on test results
  • Advice on reducing risk and how to achieve healthy lifestyles
  • Post exposure prophylaxis after exposure to HIV
Sexual Health Fife offers both drop in clinics and booked appointments to provide access to a full range of fully confidential sexual health and Blood-Borne Virus (BBV) services.
When you arrive at any of our clinics, you will be asked to complete a registration form, after which you will be seen by a member of staff.
Click on drop-in clinics for information on the opening times for our Sexual Health and BBV drop-in clinics.
To make an appointment at Sexual Health Fife, please call 01592 64 79 79
Lines are open Mondays to Fridays between 8:30 – 1:30pm
If you would like advice from a nurse specialist, please call 01592 72 92 60
Lines are open Mondays to Fridays 11:30 – 1:30 pm
Sexual Health is not only the absence of disease, it involves feeling good about yourself and your sexuality. For more information on Sexual Health and Wellbeing visit:




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