This is a space for you to ask me a question about sex and relationships, so please do send me a question. I take questions seriously and give great answers (imho)
However please remember:
This is not an emergency service. If you need answers in a hurry (and are in the UK) please click on the links on the right to find a sexual health service near you. I can’t promise to answer all questions. It’s just me here at the moment. Any questions that I answer will be answered publicly and published on here (in my blog section) and will have the comments open so other people can give their view.
You can ask questions anonymously and confidentially (though when your message comes through I can see your IP address). However if I think you’re at really serious risk of harm I will need to try and get more information about you and refer you to a local service that will try to keep you safe.
I’m not going to make any assumptions about who you are, so if it’s relevant you may need to tell me a bit more about you so I can give you a good answer. I’m not medically qualified so I can’t diagnose STIs or other specific sexual problems. Nor can I give you specific advice about your contraception. I will refer you to your local sexual health service if you ask me this kind of thing. I can give you general advice about this kind of thing as well as advice about relationships and stuff.
I can’t accept any responsibility for anything that goes wrong as a result of my advice. Soz. Please read through the website to find an answer to your question before asking me. There’s a search bar to the right here which should help you.
If you would prefer to ask me an anonymous question about sex and relationships via Ask.Fm you can click here
If you want to ask me other stuff, or you want to ask me about work or offer me a book deal or a fantastically well paid Agony Uncle/Dr Love column then you can ask me below too (just leave your email address).
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You don’t have to put your name or email address here ok?
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