Starting university is such an exciting time in your life. You'll meet so many new people, and probably party quite a bit. It can also be a very sexually active time of your life. So it's important to remember to stay safe.
The best sex is safe and consensual :)
Sexually transmitted diseases and infections (STDs and STIs)
Young adults (under the age of 25) are most likely to get an STI, so it is important to use condoms to prevent this as much as possible.
If you are sexually active, it is good practice to get checked for STDs and STIs every 6 months. A lot of infections are asymptomatic, meaning that you could have them and spread them, without knowing because you may not realise it.
Here's some sexual health services near IH, which offer FREE STD/STI/HIV tests and contraception:
Mortimer Market Centre - https://www.sexualhealth.cnwl.nhs.uk/clinics/mortimer-market-centre-including-margaret-pyke-centre/
You can also check with your GP what they can provide for you in terms of sexual health care.