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Sexual health, HIV and puberty

4Boys - A below the belt guide to the male body

Maximum Order: 5

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Format: Booklet A6

This full colour, highly illustrated booklet for young men aged 13 to 16 uses simple text and humorous illustrations to provide information on testicular self-examination, contraception, STIs and safer sex. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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4Girls - A below the bra guide to the female body

Maximum Order: 20

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This full colour 16 page booklet gives girls the facts they want to know about physical changes and sexual development. An invaluable resource for youth workers, teachers and everyone working with young women. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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4You - growing up, what's it all about?

Maximum Order: 20

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This colourful cartoon booklet includes straightforward information on puberty and growing up, together with male and female body changes, periods, wet dreams, feelings, keeping safe, and sources of further information and advice. Suitable for young people aged 9 and above. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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A guide to contraception: Is everybody doing it?

Maximum Order: 50

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Format: Booklet A6

An illustrated booklet that deals with peer pressure, the issues involved in starting a sexual relationship, contraception and sexually transmitted infections. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Abortion - Knowing the facts

Maximum Order: 10

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Format: Booklet A6

This illustrated booklet provides young people with accurate information about abortion including abortion law, attitudes and abortion procedures. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services. Meets curriculum guidance for key stages 3 and 4.

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Abortion - Your questions answered

Maximum Order: 50

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This booklet is about abortion. It will give you information about getting an abortion and what is involved. It will tell you about the different types of abortion and what effects they may have. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Ask brook about contraception

Maximum Order: 10

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Format: Booklet A6

With so many different types of contraception available it's not always easy for young people to know which one is the right one for them. This booklet comprehensively covers all the widely available contraceptives and gives advice about usage and suitability. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Ask brook about emergency contraception

Maximum Order: 1

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Format: Booklet A6

Nobody wants to think about what happens if something goes wrong with contraception and there's a risk of an unplanned pregnancy. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Bodyworks - your guide to understanding reproduction

Maximum Order: 50

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This leaflet will tell you all about the reproductive system in men and women. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Chlamydia (cinema)

Maximum Order: 2

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Format: Poster A4

This poster is part of the Worth Talking About campaign which aims to encourage people to have the test for chlamydia.

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Chlamydia (clinic, female)

Maximum Order: 2

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Format: Poster A4

This poster is part of the Worth Talking About campaign which aims to encourage people to have the test for chlamydia.

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Chlamydia (clinic, male)

Maximum Order: 2

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This poster is part of the Worth Talking About campaign which aims to encourage people to have the test for chlamydia.

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Chlamydia (train station)

Maximum Order: 2

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Format: Poster A4

This poster is part of the Worth Talking About campaign which aims to encourage people to have the test for chlamydia.

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Chlamydia - looking after your sexual health

Maximum Order: 30

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This leaflet gives you information about Chlamydia, advice on how to protect yourself and how to get treated if you think you might have the infection. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Contraceptive choices - after having a baby (chart)

Format: Poster A3

A chart with information on contraceptive choices after birth.

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Contraceptive choices chart

Format: Factsheet A4

Contraception helps someone to prevent pregnancy. There are 15 available contraceptive methods in the UK.

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Genital herpes - looking after your sexual health

Maximum Order: 30

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This leaflet gives you information about genital herpes, advice on how to protect yourself and how to get treated if you think you might have the virus. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Genital warts - looking after your sexual health

Maximum Order: 30

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This leaflet give you information about genital warts, advice on how to protect yourself and how to get treated. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Gonorrhoea - looking after your sexual health

Maximum Order: 50

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This leaflet gives you information about gonorrhoea, advice on how to protect yourself, and how to get tested and treated if you think you might have the infection. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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He is the friend I've always wanted (A3 digital)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

Norfolk’s child sexual exploitation (CSE) campaign aims to help parents, carers and professionals spot the signs of CSE and encourage them to report their concerns so they can be investigated.

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He is the friend I've always wanted (poster)

Format: Poster A4

Norfolk’s child sexual exploitation (CSE) campaign aims to help parents, carers and professionals spot the signs of CSE and encourage them to report their concerns so they can be investigated.

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He is the friend I've always wanted (web banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Norfolk’s child sexual exploitation (CSE) campaign aims to help parents, carers and professionals spot the signs of CSE and encourage them to report their concerns so they can be investigated.

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He likes me to smell nice (A3 digital)

Format: Screensavers / waiting room screen promotions

Norfolk’s child sexual exploitation (CSE) campaign aims to help parents, carers and professionals spot the signs of CSE and encourage them to report their concerns so they can be investigated.

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He likes me to smell nice (poster)

Format: Poster A4

Norfolk’s child sexual exploitation (CSE) campaign aims to help parents, carers and professionals spot the signs of CSE and encourage them to report their concerns so they can be investigated.

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He likes me to smell nice (web banner)

Format: Email signature / web banner

Norfolk’s child sexual exploitation (CSE) campaign aims to help parents, carers and professionals spot the signs of CSE and encourage them to report their concerns so they can be investigated.

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He phones and emails me everyday (poster)

Format: Poster A4

Norfolk’s child sexual exploitation (CSE) campaign aims to help parents, carers and professionals spot the signs of CSE and encourage them to report their concerns so they can be investigated.

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He really loves me

Format: Poster A4

Norfolk’s child sexual exploitation (CSE) campaign aims to help parents, carers and professionals spot the signs of CSE and encourage them to report their concerns so they can be investigated.

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Hep B - risky business (gendered poster)

Maximum Order: 2

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A poster promoting hepatitis B vaccination in at-risk adults.

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Hep B - risky business (gendered vaccination flyer)

Maximum Order: 10

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Format: Flyer A5

A flyer promoting hepatitis B vaccination in at-risk adults.

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Hep B - risky business (generic flyer)

Maximum Order: 10

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Format: Flyer A5

A flyer promoting hepatitis B vaccination in at-risk adults.

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Hep B - risky business (generic poster)

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A poster promoting hepatitis B vaccination in at-risk adults.

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Hep B - risky business (man)

Maximum Order: 30

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A postcard promoting hepatitis B vaccination in at-risk adults.

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Hep B - risky business (non-gender)

Maximum Order: 30

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A postcard promoting hepatitis B vaccination in at-risk adults.

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Here to listen, not to tell

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Format: Poster A3

Brook provide a confidential service to all their patients, including under 16s.

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HIV - looking after your sexual health

Maximum Order: 50

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HIV can be transmitted in a number of ways. This leaflet is mostly about sexual transmission. It gives you information about HIV, what you can do if you are worried that you might have the infection and advice on how to protect yourself. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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I protect myself from HIV - choosing the best condom

Format: Custom size

This leaflet explains the benefits of using the right size and type of condom.

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I protect myself from HIV - choosing the best condom (BME)

Format: Custom size

This leaflet explains the benefits of using the right size and type of condom.

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Is this love?

Maximum Order: 10

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A pocket sized fold-out leaflet with illustrations and clear text designed to help young people identify, and protect against, abusive behaviour within relationships. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Love stings - A beginner's guide to STIs

Maximum Order: 20

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Format: Booklet A6

In brilliant comic strip style, this booklet raises and answers young people's questions about STIs - their symptoms and long-term effects, how they are treated, and how they can be avoided. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Love, sex, relationships

Maximum Order: 10

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Clear text and humorous illustrations help young people aged 12 and above explore how they feel about their own sexuality, body image and relationships. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Non-specific urethritis - looking after your sexual health

Maximum Order: 30

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This leaflet only discusses non-specific urethritis in men. It gives you information about NSU, what you can do if you are worried you might have it and advice on how to protect yourself from infection. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Norfolk sexual health services

Maximum Order: 50

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This leaflet contains information about the integrated contraception and sexual health service for Norfolk.

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Oral sex: looking after your sexual health

Maximum Order: 30

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This booklet gives you information about oral sex, the risk of catching and passing on sexually transmitted infections through oral sex, how to get tested and treated if you think you have an infection, and how to protect yourself. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Porn can leave you with lots of questions

Format: Poster A4

For Sexual Health Week this year, the FPA is talking about porn. They want to support people to have more open discussions about subjects related to porn, such as body image, consent, communication, safer sex...and the difference between fantasy and reality.

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Porn is made to look good, not feel good

Format: Poster A4

For Sexual Health Week this year, the FPA is talking about porn. They want to support people to have more open discussions about subjects related to porn, such as body image, consent, communication, safer sex...and the difference between fantasy and reality.

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Pregnancy - a young person's guide

Maximum Order: 5

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This comic style booklet covers reproduction, preparing for a pregnancy, the development of the fetus and birth. It also describes the physical and emotional changes of pregnancy and birth, giving young people a realistic view of what pregnancy entails. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Pregnant and don't know what to do? A guide to your options

Maximum Order: 30

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Are you pregnant but not sure you want to have the baby? Do you need more information about the options available to you? This leaflet will tell you about the options you have, and where to go for help. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Protecting yourself against warts and cancer (HPV vaccination pilot for men who have sex with men)

Maximum Order: 50

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The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is being made available through GUM and HIV clinics as a pilot to MSM (men who have sex with men) who are up to and including 45 years of age.

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Puberty and sexuality for children and young people with a learning disability

Maximum Order: 1

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This award winning teaching pack has been developed to be taught to learning disabled children and young people between the ages of 9-18 years old. It can be used with both individuals and groups of children and is effective in school, residential and home environments.

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Pubic lice and scabies - looking after your sexual health

Maximum Order: 20

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This booklet gives you information about pubic lice and scabies, what you can do if you are worried that you might have them and advice on how to protect yourself. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Raped or sexually assaulted - where would you go if you needed help?

Maximum Order: 10

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The Harbour Centre is a Sexual Assault Referral Centre and provides a one-stop location, offering medical care and emotional support to victims of rape and serious sexual assault whether you are a man, woman or child and if it happened recently, or a long time ago.

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Raped or sexually assaulted - where would you go if you needed help? (A4 poster)

Maximum Order: 1

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A poster with the details of the The Harbour Centre (a specialist centre providing help for survivors of rape or sexual abuse).

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Roll with it - a condom guide

Maximum Order: 1

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Format: Booklet A6

Leaflet explaining correct condom use. The target audience is 14+ and as such the leaflet is mainly picture-led and text is limited to the necessary facts. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS LEAFLET IS CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE TO ORDER OR DOWNLOAD.

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Sex worth talking about - a healthcare professional's guide

Maximum Order: 5

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Format: Booklet A5

Sex - worth talking about is a campaign to help young people make more informed choices about contraception, chlamydia testing and to look after their sexual health.

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Sexual health guide for lesbian and bisexual women living in Norfolk & Waveney

Maximum Order: 5

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Format: Booklet A6

A sexual health guide for lesbian and bisexual women living in Norfolk and Waveney.

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Sexually transmitted infections - do you know the facts?

Maximum Order: 50

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This booklet provides information about sexually transmitted infections, for use with a range of communities to raise awareness levels about STIs.

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Syphilis - looking after your sexual health

Maximum Order: 5

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This leaflet gives you information about syphilis, what you can do if you are worried that you might have the infection and advice on how to protect yourself. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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The facts about Hepatitis A

Maximum Order: 10

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This fold-out leaflet gives advice on how to prevent hepatitis A infection in men who have sex with men (MSM).

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There's currently an outbreak of Hepatitis A (A4 poster)

Maximum Order: 1

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This poster gives advice on how to prevent hepatitis A infection in men who have sex with men (MSM).

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Thrush and bacterial vaginosis - looking after your sexual health

Maximum Order: 10

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This leaflet gives you information about thrush and BV, what you can do if you are worried that you might have either or both infections and how to get treatment. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Trichomonas vaginalis - looking after your sexual health

Maximum Order: 100

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This leaflet give you information about trichomonas, advice on how to protect yourself, and how to get tested and treated if you think you might have the infection. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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What you need to know - Periods

Maximum Order: 5

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This colourful booklet for girls aged 9 and above prepares them for menstruation by explaining why girls and women have periods, what happens, and how to deal with them. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your contraceptive choices

Format: Custom size

A colourful fold-out leaflet giving an overview of the 15 methods of contraception available in the UK. For use in general practices, clinics, education settings and sexual health services.

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Your guide to contraception

Maximum Order: 50

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This leaflet will help you and your partner to decide on the method of contraception most suited to you both. It explains how they work, how effective they are and the main advantages and disadvantages. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to contraceptive choices - after you've had your baby

Maximum Order: 2

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Many unplanned pregnancies happen in the first few months after childbirth, so even if you're not interested in sex at the moment, it is better to be prepared. This leaflet contains general information about contraception after childbirth. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to contraceptive injections

Maximum Order: 50

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Contraceptive injections contain a progestogen hormone which is similar to the natural progesterone that women produce in their ovaries. This leaflet provides general information about the injections. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to diaphragms and caps

Maximum Order: 30

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Diaphragms and caps are barrier methods of contraception. They fit inside your vagina and cover your cervix. They come in different shapes and sizes. This leaflet provides general information on vaginal diaphragms and cervical caps. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services

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Your guide to emergency contraception

Maximum Order: 5

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There are different types of emergency contraception: the emergency contraceptive pill Levonelle, the emergency contraceptive pill EllaOne, and the emergency intrauterine device (IUD). This leaflet provides general information about these methods of emergency contraception. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to long-acting reversible contraception (LARCs)

Maximum Order: 5

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This leaflet provides information about four methods of contraception that do not depend on you remembering to take or use them to be effective. The are called Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives (LARCs). .Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services

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Your guide to male and female condoms

Maximum Order: 50

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Male and female condoms are barrier methods of contraception. They stop sperm meeting an egg. This leaflet provides general information about the different types of condoms. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to male and female sterilisation

Maximum Order: 30

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Sterilisation is a permanent method of contraception, suitable for people who are sure they never want children or do not want more children. This leaflet provides general information about sterilisation. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to natural family planning

Maximum Order: 30

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This leaflet gives information on how natural family planning can help you avoid pregnancy. Fertility awareness involves being able to identify the signs and symptoms of fertility during the menstrual cycle so you can plan or avoid pregnancy. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to the combined pill

Maximum Order: 5

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There are a number of different combined pills. This leaflet provides general information about the combined pill. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to the contraceptive implant

Maximum Order: 30

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An implant is a small flexible rod that is placed just under your skin in your upper arm. This leaflet provides general information about the implant. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to the contraceptive patch

Maximum Order: 50

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The contraceptive patch releases two hormones similar to the natural hormones that women produce in their ovaries and like those used in the combined pill. This leaflet provides general information about the patch. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to the contraceptive vaginal ring

Maximum Order: 50

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Format: Booklet DL

The contraceptive vaginal ring releases hormones similar to the natural hormones that women produce in their ovaries and are like those used in the combined pill. This leaflet provides general information about the vaginal ring. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to the IUD

Maximum Order: 20

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An IUD is a small plastic and copper device that is put into your uterus (womb). This leaflet provides general information about this type of contraception. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to the IUS

Maximum Order: 50

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This leaflet provides basic information about the IUS. An IUS is a small T-shaped plastic device that is put into your uterus (womb). It releases a progestogen hormone and works for up to 5 years. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your guide to the progestogen-only pill

Maximum Order: 50

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Progestogen-only pills (POPs) are different to combined pills because they do not contain any estrogen. This leaflet contains general information about the PO Pill. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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Your sexual health - where to go for help and advice

Maximum Order: 50

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This leaflet explains where you can get help and advice if: you need contraception, you think you might have a sexually transmitted infection, you're planning to become pregnant, you are pregnant and are not sure you want to have a baby, you want to find out more about abortion, you're having problems with your sex life, you have been sexually assaulted. Please note - iCaSH and School Nursing staff should source these materials from Cambridge Community Services.

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