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Nsu sexually transmitted disease nhs

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What do the different names mean? NSU stands for non-specific urethritis.

It is also called non-gonococcal urethritis NGU and non-specific Relating to or situated near the genitals. Both men and women can get it but only males can be tested for it due to anatomical reasons. However, female partners also need treated for it.

It can only be diagnosed at a Integrated Sexual Health Clinic formerly Of the genital and urinary organs. The An indication of ill health, disease or Nsu sexually transmitted disease nhs. Also known as 'cock', 'prick' or 'todger' - male organ which discharges urine and semen.

What should I do?

If you or your partner are concerned that you may have an infection you should see a doctor. There is a list of local clinics in the sexual health services section of this Nsu sexually transmitted disease nhs. You can be sure that the service you get will be free, confidential and welcoming.

You should not pass urine for at least two hours before you go to the clinic.

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