Websites and apps

Links to external websites and apps that offer information, help and support with sexual and reproductive health and relationships.

Be Real is a campaign to promote better body confidence for everyone.

Drink Aware Trust provides information about alcohol and drinking. There's information for people planning a pregnancy, and if you're already pregnant.

Ectopic Pregnancy Foundation is a charity raising awareness of ectopic pregnancies with a 24-hour helpline if you think you might be having an ectopic pregnancy.

Fertility Care Scotland A charitable organisation of voluntary trained and accredited teachers of the Billings Ovulation Method™. Provides free teaching of the method and also run a training course every 18 months for new teachers.

Fertility UK is the national fertility awareness and natural family planning service for the UK. The service provides comprehensive and objective information to the general public and health professionals on all aspects of fertility awareness.

Fertility Network UK provides support to those affected by infertility, as well as providing information, practical and emotional support.

Freedoms Shop is an NHS sexual health promotion initiative. It stocks a huge selection of high quality condoms and  lubricants, as well as testing and sampling kits and sells them at very competitive prices. 

Male health gives advice on all aspects of men's health.

Marie Stopes International provides information for the public and professionals on services including contraception, sterilisation, abortion and health screening.

Miscarriage Association has information answering the most commonly asked questions about pregnancy loss, and offers support and help to those who've experienced pregnancy loss.

National Society for Epilepsy provides information on all aspects of living with epilepsy. Their website includes specific information on epilepsy and contraception and epilepsy and pregnancy.

NHS Smokefree is an online resource for advice, information and support to help you stop smoking.

Public Health Agency provides health information, including sexual health, for people in Northern Ireland.

Public Health England supports the public so they can protect and improve their own health and shares data, information and expertise to help organisations and professionals make improvements in the public’s health.

Relate offers advice, relationship counselling, sex therapy, workshops, mediation, consultations and support face-to-face, by phone and through their website.

Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists provides information for the public and professionals on sterilisation (vasectomy and tubal occlusion) and abortion.

Women's Health Concern is a charitable organisation which provides information to help educate and support women with their healthcare.

The European Society of Contraception provides research into, supports and promotes contraception and reproductive health care in Europe.

Margaret Pyke Centre runs training courses for professionals and carries out research funded by the Margaret Pyke Memorial Trust.

NAM has useful information to help women living with HIV choose contraception.

Outsiders is a group that helps socially and physically disabled people in their personal development, including sex and relationships.

Family and Childcare Trust researches what matters to families and parents, supporting them in bringing up their children. It has a range of resources for parents.

Family Lives provides help and support on all aspects of family life.

FFLAG supports parents and their gay, lesbian and bisexual children. Has a network of local parents' groups and contacts.

Parenting across Scotland is a partnership of charities providing information and support to parents and families in Scotland.

Working families provides help for working parents and carers.

NAM have useful tool on planning a pregnancy if you or your male partner are HIV-positive.

National Childbirth Trust (NCT) offers support in pregnancy, childbirth and early parenthood.

Tommy's is a UK charity committed to funding medical research and providing information to help parents through pregnancy and birth.

Which? Birth Choice can help you decide where you want to give birth, understand your options and get information and advice.

Advisory Group on Contraception (AGC) is an expert advisory group made up of leading clinicians and advocacy groups who have come together to discuss and make policy recommendations concerning the contraceptive needs of women of all ages.

The electronic Medicines Compendium provides information about individual medicines, including contraceptive methods.

Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists grants diplomas, certificates, fellowships and equivalent recognition of specialist knowledge and skills in sexual and reproductive health care.

Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) is the independent regulator to all UK clinics providing IVF, donor insemination or the storage of eggs, sperm or embryos. The HFEA also licenses and monitors all human embryo research being conducted in the UK.

International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) offers facts and information from the International Planned Parenthood Federation which campaigns to improve worldwide sexual and reproductive health.

PSHE Association for all professionals working in personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE) education.

SSHA – The Society of Sexual Health Advisers is a membership organisation for sexual health advisers.

Avert provides information and publications on HIV and late stage HIV infection.

British Association for Sexual Health and HIV (BASHH) is the professional representative body for those practicing sexual health in the UK.

British Liver Trust provides information for the public and professionals on Hepatitis A, B and C.

Herpes Viruses Association provides information and advice on all aspects of genital herpes.

Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust is a charity dedicated to women, their families and friends affected by cervical abnormalities and cervical cancer. Their website has information about cervical screening, cervical abnormalities, treatments and cancer.

National AIDS Trust (NAT) runs projects, research and campaign work to help prevent HIV and late stage HIV infection and improve the lives of people with the infection.

NAM is a website offering information about HIV and late stage HIV infection.

Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) provides information on the work that THT does in health promotion and direct support to people in the UK with HIV and their carers.

Vulval Pain Society is a UK volunteer group providing information to women who suffer from vulval pain, and their partners.

Abortion rights can provide you with more information on how you can support the abortion rights campaign for changes in UK abortion law.

Alliance for Choice campaigns for abortion rights in Northern Ireland.

bpas provides contraceptive and abortion services and counselling in the UK.

CoramBAAF Adoption and Fostering Academy has some information if you're pregnant and considering adoption.

Bish is a website offering sex and relationships advice for young people.

Brook provides services and advice for young people under 25 on contraception, sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy choices.

Childline is a helpline that provides help and advice at any time for any problem that children may have such as bullying, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, domestic violence or self harm.

National Children's Bureau is a national children's charity. They run the Sex Education Forum, which offers support and guidance on sex and relationships education for teachers and parents.

National Youth Agency aims to advance youth work to promote young people's personal and social development, and their voice, influence and place in society.

NSPCC campaigns to end cruelty to children.

Rise Above is a website with interesting and useful stuff from the web and beyond where young people can talk about what matters to them.

TalkLife is an app where you can get help and give help to other young people. is a Youth Task Force blog about World Contraception Day, encouraging awareness of contraception to enable young people to make informed decisions on sexual and reproductive health.

Youth health talk is part of a wider database of personal experiences of health and lifestyle, including young people's views on sexual health and services.

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