East Lancashire residents given sexual health reminder

Blackburn Citizen: East Lancashire residents given sexual health reminder East Lancashire residents given sexual health reminder

RESIDENTS in East Lancashire are being urged to ensure they don’t contract a sexually-transmissted infection this Christmas.

Lancashire Contraception and Sexual Health is also warning people against becoming pregnant unintentionally.

Sue Capstick, clinical business manager for sexual health at Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, said: “Sometimes it’s hard to remember to protect ourselves, especially in the heat of the moment, or after a few drinks. Alcohol can cause you do things you wouldn’t normally do.

“By carrying condoms, being aware of what to do, and who to call, people can protect themselves from a sexually transmitted infection, or unwanted pregnancy.”

If you use a daily method of contraception, make sure you have enough for over Christmas.

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6:04pm Wed 25 Dec 13

HarryBosch says...

I should be so lucky! Ha - Merry Christmas
I should be so lucky! Ha - Merry Christmas HarryBosch

10:20pm Wed 25 Dec 13

3 for 10p says...

what's the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman? ?
The fireman costs us tax payers much more money
what's the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman? ? The fireman costs us tax payers much more money 3 for 10p

10:31pm Wed 25 Dec 13

Michael@ClitheroeSince58 says...

3 for 10p wrote:
what's the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman? ?
The fireman costs us tax payers much more money
It makes me so excited when the Christmas Idiot comes out
[quote][p][bold]3 for 10p[/bold] wrote: what's the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman? ? The fireman costs us tax payers much more money[/p][/quote]It makes me so excited when the Christmas Idiot comes out Michael@ClitheroeSince58

11:32pm Wed 25 Dec 13

HarryBosch says...

3 for 10p wrote:
what's the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman? ?
The fireman costs us tax payers much more money
I thought we'd got rid of you!
[quote][p][bold]3 for 10p[/bold] wrote: what's the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman? ? The fireman costs us tax payers much more money[/p][/quote]I thought we'd got rid of you! HarryBosch

8:21am Thu 26 Dec 13

greenscreener says...

HarryBosch wrote:
3 for 10p wrote:
what's the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman? ?
The fireman costs us tax payers much more money
I thought we'd got rid of you!
And a 33% price increase, when he wasn't even worth the old rate, outrageous!
[quote][p][bold]HarryBosch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]3 for 10p[/bold] wrote: what's the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman? ? The fireman costs us tax payers much more money[/p][/quote]I thought we'd got rid of you![/p][/quote]And a 33% price increase, when he wasn't even worth the old rate, outrageous! greenscreener

8:25am Thu 26 Dec 13

greenscreener says...

HarryBosch wrote:
3 for 10p wrote:
what's the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman? ?
The fireman costs us tax payers much more money
I thought we'd got rid of you!
Great phrase, and how appropriate that he returns on this article about STD's, he is still the best advert for contraception you will ever find.
[quote][p][bold]HarryBosch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]3 for 10p[/bold] wrote: what's the difference between the long term unemployed and a fireman? ? The fireman costs us tax payers much more money[/p][/quote]I thought we'd got rid of you![/p][/quote]Great phrase, and how appropriate that he returns on this article about STD's, he is still the best advert for contraception you will ever find. greenscreener

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