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Regardless of contraceptive methods, many young sexually active women will worry at some point that they might be pregnant.  You can get a free pregnancy test from your JCR/MCR Welfare Officer, CUSU or by completing a form on the Students’ Unions’ Advice Service. You can also purchase a test at pharmacies and supermarkets.

If you are pregnant and want to discuss your options, the Lime Tree Sexual Health Clinic can provide confidential advice to help you make the best decision for you. Other sources of support include your GP, College Nurse, Tutor or the Students’ Unions’ Advice Service. The British Pregnancy Advisory Service also provides expert advice and information. 

See also STI testing and emergency contraception