Steve Retson Project is a specialist service where gay and bisexual men and all men who have sex with men can access free and confidential sexual health services and you can make an appointment without attending your GP.
If you are sexually active it is a good idea to get a sexual health check up every 6 months or more often if you’ve had sex without using a condom.
HIV and some sexually transmitted infections (STIs) don't have obvious symptoms and the only way to know is to get tested. Anyone who has sex (oral or anal), regardless of gender, age or sexual orientation, can have an STI. Most STIs can be easily tested through a urine sample, a swab, or in some cases a blood test, and can be easily treated.
The Steve Retson Project clinics provide a range of accessible sexual and emotional health services that are supportive, non-judgmental sensitive and confidential.
Steve Retson Project and Sandyford will only send you text messages from the account 'NHS No Reply' and we will never ask you for any personal or medical details by text message. Please keep this in mind when replying to any text from us. For more information on getting your results, click here.
Saturday 1st December is the 30th annual World AIDS Day. This anniversary offers us the opportunity to reflect on the significant progress made in the last 30 years of HIV treatment and care.Read More
Steve Retson Project are back at Pride Glasgow offering men free, fast and confidential sexual health check ups at our dedicated testing cabin. Also come see us at our stall and watch out new film Anal Sex: Let's get to the bottom of it!Read More