National statistics on sexual and reproductive health services have been published today by NHS Digital. The report, Statistics on Sexual and Reproductive Health Services, England , provides information about activity taking place at dedicated sexual and reproductive health services, including some non-NHS services. This includes family planning clinics, community contraception clinics and some young people's services, such as Brook advisory centres. Detailed information about sexually transmitted disease screening or treatment is not provided - this information is available from the Genitourinary Medicine Clinic Activity Dataset 4. This report does not cover all the ways in which a person may access reproductive health services. It excludes services provided in outpatient clinics and those provided by general practitioners, as well as contraceptives purchased over the counter at a pharmacy or in other retail settings unless otherwise stated.
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Information on STI diagnoses and sexual health services provided in England by Official Statistics. Sexually transmitted infections (STIs): annual data tables. Public Health England figures show there were cases of sexually transmitted infections diagnosed in Across all STIs, the highest rates of diagnoses continue to be seen in 16 to 24 year olds. Important statistics.
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