|1. Introduction||5. Is female circumcision illegal?|
|2. How do female genitals look?||6. How does female circumcision endanger health?|
|3. What is female circumcision?||7. Myths about circumcision|
|4. Where is it done?||8. How can you have a good sexual relationship after circumcision?|
HOW TO GET HELP?
• Public health services
• Nurses at schools and local institutions
• Health centers
• The midwife in the community
Health clinics for youth exist in most municipalities and districts. Index can be found on the website unghelse.no.
In each health regions there is clinic that has a special responsibility to follow up women who are circumcised. The clinic offer dialogue, examination, treatment and surgery. You can make direct contact or get a referral from a doctor, nurse or midwife.
Sex and Society - Centre for young sexuality
Phone: 22993900 (mon-fri, 9-15)
Trondheimsveien 2 B
Mon - Thu: 16-20
Røde kors-phone: 815 55 201
Mirasenteret.no: Phone 22116920
Seif.no (self-help for immigrants and refugees): Phone 46865000 or 22034830
Phone 41457238, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Primærmedisinsk verksted (PMV): www.bymisjon.no/pmv, phone 23060380
Barnevernvakten.no: Phone 116111