Strike action will be taking place from 7am Saturday 24 February 2024 to Thursday 28 February 2024. Please continue to attend your appointments unless you are contacted and told otherwise.

The strike action may mean our A&E is a lot busier than usual, which means the waiting times will be longer. If you need help which is not life threatening, please use 111, Pharmacies, GPs or Urgent Treatment Centres. Thank you for your understanding during this period.

Pregnancy Choices

If you think you might be pregnant do a pregnancy test as soon as possible. The result is accurate if the test was done 3 weeks after you last had unprotected sex. If you do a test earlier than this it may not be accurate.

You can buy pregnancy tests from supermarkets and pharmacies.

We also offer free pregnancy testing at our sexual health service. Book online or call us on 01159 627 627  

  • 08:30-19:00 Monday-Thursday
  • 08:30-17:00 Friday
  • 09:30-14:00 Saturday

Pregnancy tests I’m Pregnant - what can I do?

Many people become pregnant when they weren’t expecting it.

You are not alone.

Help is available.

 

Continue with my pregnancy?

Call your GP to book in with your midwife. (Don’t have a GP? Find a GP Surgery to register with)

Start your pregnancy vitamins.

Visit the NHS Pregnancy Guide to find out what’s involved.

 

Continue with my pregnancy

Call your GP to book in with your midwife. (Don’t have a GP? Find a GP Surgery to register with)

Start your pregnancy vitamins.

Visit the NHS Pregnancy Guide to find out what’s involved.

Abortion

Many people become pregnant when they weren’t expecting it and 1 in 3 women have an abortion at some point in their lifetime.

 

Abortion services in Nottingham are provided by BPAS. Their highly-trained, experienced staff will guide and support you through the process.

 

If you’re considering abortion, click here to request a BPAS consultation

You will need to be registered with a GP to access BPAS services.

 

What happens during the consultation?

The staff will talk to you about all your pregnancy options. If you decide to end the pregnancy, they will ask questions to make sure that you are given the treatment that is safe for you.

 

Learn more about abortion methods:

Tablet method ("medical abortion")

Procedure method ("surgical abortion")

Adoption

Click here to learn more.

 

I'm not sure

Further information and support can be found on the British Pregnancy Advisory Service  They offer a free confidential advice service. If you wish to discuss your options phone 03457 30 40 30 to book an appointment.

Your GP and our Sexual Health service can also be a place to find support for your choices.

Not yet pregnant?

If you were worried about unplanned pregnancy and are not yet pregnant click here to see if you might need emergency contraception.  

If you're pregnant and bleeding

If you’re pregnant and have vaginal bleeding or severe pain, please call 111.