See a doctor

Looking after your sexual health is important, which is why you should speak to a doctor as soon as you notice any problems affecting your sexual organs.

Sexual health problems can be embarrassing to talk about. You can talk to our experienced GPs discreetly and confidentially from the comfort of your own home. They'll approach your problem with sensitivity and provide practical advice and treatment options.

STIsOther Conditions

STIs (Sexually Transmitted Infections)

If you think you might have an STI, it's important to see a doctor about it - even if you haven't noticed any symptoms. Leaving STIs untreated can potentially lead to serious medical problems affecting both you and your sexual partner(s), which could be more difficult to deal with.

Other Sexual Health Conditions

There are many conditions that can affect your sexual organs and not all of them are STIs.


They can occur as a result of a urinary tract infection, mental health issue or simply be a natural part of the ageing process.


Whatever the cause, our doctors are here to provide all the support and practical advice you need.

See a doctor

During your consultation, our doctors will ask you about the symptoms you have been experiencing.

In order to find the cause of your problems, they may have to ask some personal questions. This is entirely confidential and our video consultations are completely secure.

Once the doctor has enough information to make a diagnosis, they’ll advise you what further action you should take.

This will often involve medication, which will ease your symptoms and in many cases return things to normal within a few weeks.

You may also be referred to a sexual health clinic for further tests if our GP determines that you might have contracted an STI.