WELCOME TO THE BFPA,
THE LEADING PROVIDER OF SEXUAL & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTHCARE IN THE CARIBBEAN!
We provide Quality, Affordable and Confidential Healthcare for Different People with Different Needs!
CHOOSE US FOR CONFIDENTIAL STI TESTING!
ANTENAL & POST NATAL CARE, THAT YOU CAN TRUST!
PAP TEST & PELVIC EXAMS!
MINOR SURGERIES AND PROCEDURES!
Sexual Health Counselling
Safe Sex primarily refers to using a barrier method such as a male or female condom during sexual intercourse or oral sex. The condom acts as a shield, protecting both partners from coming into direct contact with genital fluids such as semen. The use of sexual lubricants is also a safe sexual practice when used in conjunction with a condom, as lubricants help reduce the friction that happens during sexual intercourse, which can result in condoms tearing. Remember though, that condoms are not foolproof as they don’t cover areas of the body such as the scrotum or labia.
Why should I know my status as I have no symptoms?
You may have asked yourself why healthcare professionals keep advocating knowing your status. The reason is that some STIs do not present symptoms until the infection has progressed considerably, and during that time you may have transferred it to someone else or have complications as a result of the STI (this can include infertility issues). However, if you are in a monogamous relationship and you both know your status, you are free to enjoy a healthy sex-life with peace of mind.
OUR RIGHTS BASED ADVOCACY COVERS...
Access to sexual health care
Proper screening and treatment for HIV/STIs
Knowing your reproductive healthcare options – such as the best form of birth control
Intervention and support for persons affected by sexual-based violence
Counselling for any problems around sexuality
Feeling comfortable with your gender identity
Sexual health support for the LGBQT, disabled and persons affected with mental health issues
Provision of education on women and men’s sexuality
Cultivating healthy sexual relationships
Learning about safe sexual practices
Identifying at risk sexual behaviours
Knowing your rights around gender-based issues
Learning about sexual consent
Sexual health advocacy
Convenient Opening Hours To Suit Your Lifestyle
Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 2:30pm
Wed: 8.00am - 2: 30pm
Sat: 8:00am - 1:00pm
Clinic opening times:
Mon - Fri 7.30am - 4.30pm
Sat - 8.00am - 1.00pm
Specialist Male Clinic
Wed: 4:00pm to 7:00pm (arrive before 6.00pm)
Some of our Partners