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Please visit our new Sexual Health page! 

The following resources are provided to help you become better informed, however UHS does not endorse content.

On this page:


Condoms and other products for safer sex:

See Safer Sex Supplies


General sexual health:

  • Afraid to Ask? - Sexual health topics such as STDs, birth control, abstinence, and understanding male and female reproductive systems.
  • Coalition for Positive Sexuality - An informal, youth-focused sexual information site with candid sex education materials.
  • Sexuality and You - A Canadian website that takes a comprehensive look at sexuality.
  • TeenTalk - Planned Parenthood's youth oriented sexual health information site. In English and Spanish, information about relationships and dating, contraception, and sexually transmitted infections.
  • Sexuality.org - A site dedicated to healthy sexuality and its positive expression.
  • The Kinsey Institute - Pioneer researcher Alfred Kinsey's work on human sexual behavior continues here.
  • Guttmacher Institute - A wealth of information about sex from one of the premier sexual and reproductive health research and policy institutions in the U.S.

Contraceptive choices:


Emergency contraception (EC, Plan B):

  • UHS Emergency Contraception - How to get emergency contraception and women's health services at UHS.
  • Planned Parenthood of Mid and South Michigan - 734-973-0710 - 3100 Professional Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48106. Clinical services including STD and HIV testing, contraception, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing and options counseling. 
  • Not-2-Late - An information source about emergency contraception, with links to local (Ann Arbor) providers. Maintained by Princeton University.

HIV/AIDS and testing:

Other HIV testing sites:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention phone numbers:

  • English 800-232-4636
  • Spanish 800-344-7432
  • TTY for the hearing and speech impaired 800-243-7889

UM Health System HIV/AIDS Treatment Program :  Case management, medical specialists, social services, links to HIV resources.

 

Websites:

  • AIDS Info  is a service of the US Department of Health and Human Services which provides information on federally approved HIV treatment.
  • AIDS Partnership Michigan  Statewide information about resources, care, local activities and links to other resources.
  • American Social Health Association  provides information STD/HIV.
  • AVERT  An UK-based organization that provides information and resources in the fight against HIV.
  • CDC Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention  Frequently asked questions, up to date information, testing resources, hoaxes and rumors.  Exceptional site to get accurate information.
  • CDC National Prevention Information Network  HIV, STD and TB information site.
  • Gay Men's Health Crisis  A New York City organization that was among the first to organize to fight against HIV.
  • HIVInsite  is a "gateway to AIDS knowledge" maintained by the University of California at San Francisco.
  • The Body  HIV/AIDS information site. Covers basics for those newly diagnosed. Provides treatment options, quality of life and information about policy and activism.

HPV and vaccination:


Men's health:

 

Pregnancy, testing and options:

 

Sexual assault / domestic violence:

 

Sexual decision-making:


Sexual difficulties:

University Health Service
Physical exams can help rule out physical problems.
Men, see Schedule an Appointment
Women, see Women's Health Clinic


Sexual transmitted infections:

UHS STI Assessment
How to get assessed for sexually transmitted infections at UHS.

Planned Parenthood of Mid-Michigan
734-973-0710
3100 Professional Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48106
Clinical services including STD and HIV testing, contraception, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing and options counseling.

Washtenaw County Health Department
734-544-6700
555 Towner Blvd., Suite 121, Ypsilanti, MI 48198
STD and HIV testing

Herpes Support Group - Washtenaw County HELP
Local support group (meets in Ypsilanti) for people living with genital herpes, including support, information and guest speakers.

National STD/HIV Hotlines:

  • English 800-342-2437
  • Spanish 800-344-7432
  • TTY for the hearing and speech impaired 800-243-7889

American Social Health Association
Information about STIs, transmission, prevention, symptoms, treatment options, how to talk to partners, online support groups.

US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Fact sheets for symptom and treatment plus links to other sites.

Intelihealth
Harvard Medical School-sponsored website that includes STI information, safer sex, talking to partners.

The Original Herpes Homepage
Information, discussion forums for newly diagnosed and those coping with herpes, treatment options, and HPV links.

Famvir
A commercial site by Famvir, a herpes suppression therapy drug. Information on talking to your doctor, partners, living with herpes and what to do after a diagnosis. Remember, it is a commercial site and they are selling a product.


Women's health (gynecology):

UHS Women's Health Clinic
Provides a full range of women's health care services, including Routine Women's Health Exams, contraception, and diagnosis and treatment for a full range of women's health concerns.

Planned Parenthood of Mid and South Michigan
734-973-0710
3100 Professional Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48106
Clinical services including STD and HIV testing, contraception, emergency contraception, pregnancy testing and options counseling.

Planned Parenthood
Brief reproductive health lessons, including “How Pregnancy Happens,” “The Menstrual Cycle” and more


Got questions?

All members of the U-M community are welcome to contact Laura McAndrew, MPH, Sexual Health Educator with questions at sexualhealth@umich.edu or 734-647-4659.

Go Ask Alice!
Health question and answer service by the Health Promotion Program at Health Services, Columbia University.

Afraid To Ask?
"In-depth information and graphic photographs that will give you a better understanding of highly personal health issues."