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COVID-19

If you believe you have Coronavirus (COVID-19), or have developed a continuous cough, have a fever/high temperature, loss of smell or taste, or have come into contact in the last 14 days with someone who has; then please do NOT come into Sandyford. For further information about Coronavirus please visit NHS Inform

 

 

 

NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde

Sexual Problems Service

 

 

COVID-19: Service Update

In response to the ongoing pressures on NHS services caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19) temporary changes to sexual health services are necessary. The following apply from Monday 23rd March 2020.

  • All Sexual Problems appointments are suspended until further notice. 
  • Sandyford will text you if your appointment needs to be cancelled.

If you require Sandyford services for an urgent review please call 0141 211 8130. Online booking is currently not available. We are committed to providing safe and effective patient care during this time.

Please click here for more information on the temporary changes to Sandyford services and locations.

 


 

A comprehensive assessment, diagnosis, treatment and referral service for people who are experiencing problems of sexual functioning.

What type of sexual problems does the service cover?

The Sexual Problems service will see any client with a relevant problem. The most commonly seen conditions are:

The above link to external NHS websites. Please return to this website for information on accessing services in Greater Glasgow & Clyde. 

Who are the staff who work in this service?

Sexual Problems service staff are a multidisciplinary group and have training in medicine and in sexual problems specifically. The doctors are trained by the Institute of Psychosexual Medicine or other professional organisations. There are both male and female members of staff so we can accommodate personal preferences.

What kind of treatments do you provide?

Both psychodynamic and behavioural methods are used. These are talking therapies but a clinical examination will usually be performed to exclude any physical causes for the sexual problem. Behavioural treatments can involve homework where you may be expected to follow specific exercises or keep a diary. Medication may also be used if appropriate and your therapist will discuss with you which treatment option might suit you best.

Making an Appointment

Please phone 0141 211 8130 for an appointment. Alternatively any healthcare professional can refer you to the sexual problems service. The phone lines are open Mondays to Fridays from 8.30am - 4.15pm, except public holidays.

Waiting times

The waiting time to be seen can be 3 - 6 months although we are trying to reduce this. As a result of this demand, if you are unable to attend your appointment we would be most grateful if you contact us as soon as possible, so that the appointment can be allocated to someone else.

There are a number of self help sources available which may be of help to you while you wait for your appointment. We recommend the following:

What to expect at Sandyford

All the information you need about your visit to Sandyford. Before, during and after the appointment.