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Sexual health clinic

At our sexual health clinic, you will meet a friendly, safe, and professional team of healthcare personnel. Talk to us about topics related to the body, sex, or gender identity. We offer services such as contraceptive guidance, contraceptive prescriptions, and testing for sexually transmitted infections, all free of charge!

Testing for sexually transmitted diseases

Do you suspect you have a sexually transmitted infection? It's important to get tested! At our health station, we offer free testing for students. Here, you will meet a friendly, safe, and professional team of healthcare personnel ready to assist you. If you need to test for chlamydia and gonorrhoea, it must have been at least 14 days since you had unprotected sex. You can also get tested for free with your GP. It is recommended that you have a GP in the city where you spend most of your time.

Contact your GP

Self test at campus

Can't find available appointments? You can now easily test yourself on campus in Gjøvik and Trondheim! NB! The last day for self-testing this summer in Trondheim is 05.06. Here are the locations of the self-test stations: Trondheim: In the toilet near the Student Centre at Gløshaugen (only during opening hours) Accessible toilet at DMMH (1505) and Dragvoll, multipurpose toilet (2312), Building 2, Level 3 Gjøvik: In the accessible toilet in the G-building (1st floor), you will find both forms and self-test kits.

Check the opening hours of the Student Centre here

Conversations about sexuality and sexual health

Our relationship with our own body has a significant impact on our mental and physical health. Our experienced health nurses have daily conversations with students about topics related to the body, sex, or identity. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you need someone to talk to. Some of the topics you can discuss with us include: Body Sexual challenges Questions about sexual identity and gender identity

Meet our advisers and health nurses

Contraception, contraceptive prescriptions, and contraceptive implants

Navigating the variety of contraceptive methods can be challenging, and it's important to find what suits you best. Book an appointment with us if you have questions about contraception. We can also assist with renewing prescriptions for contraceptives, and in Trondheim, we provide free insertion of contraceptive implants (at Dragvoll and DMMH). If you need help with inserting a hormonal IUD (intrauterine device), please contact your GP. If you are under 21 years old in Trondheim, or under 25 years old in Ålesund and Gjøvik, you can also contact the youth health centre in the municipality where you study.

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