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Dr Anthony Stanislaus

MBBS (Australia), BMEDSC (Hons), Cert. Men's Health (Singapore)

MHC Asia Group

1Commonwealth Ln
Singapore 149544

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About Dr Anthony Stanislaus

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Dr Anthony Stanislaus has had wide exposure to both adult and paediatric imaging. He has previously worked in the General Surgery, Orthopaedic and Internal medicine departments at Tan Tock Seng Hospital. He has also contributed to medical education and has given lectures at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU). He is currently focusing on family medicine with an inclination towards men’s health, sexually transmitted diseases, and travel medicine.

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  • MBBS (Australia)
  • BMEDSC (Hons)
  • Cert. Men's Health (Singapore)

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Ask Dr Anthony Stanislaus: Sexual Health Screening
Ask Dr Anthony Stanislaus: Sexual Health Screening

For everyone who is sexually active, it's important to visit a doctor at once a year to have a sexual health check done. 

Join Dr Anthony as he hosts a Q&A session where he answers all your questions on sexual health screening. 

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  • Who do you go to for such screenings 
  • How often should you go for tests
  • Why is a sexual health check up important
  • What should you be testing for
  • Cost of screenings in Singapore
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Yes, it is true that in a lot of instances, STI may not show any sign or symptom. For example the most common STI in Singapore is Chlamydia, and up to 80 percent of women may not show any signs and symptoms of chlamydia infection. This is why I usually recommend all my patient...
19 Oct 2018
If you think you’ve gotten an STI, I would recommend seeing a Sexual health doctor who is experienced in diagnosing and treating the different types of STI. A detailed history and examination will be done. After that, we will recommend tests based on your exposure and in...
19 Oct 2018
STI tests are most accurate at the appropriate window periods. However, I do have patients who are very sexually active and come in for regular STI screening. There are no guidelines for frequency of testing in such situations, but most clinicians recommend at least twi...
19 Oct 2018
After a detailed history, the sexual health doctor will examine the area of concern based on any sign or symptoms that you have. Based on your sexual history, the doctor will also decide on which tests are suitable based on the window periods. For gonorrhoea and chlamydia, a u...
19 Oct 2018
The only vaccine available in Singapore to help prevent a form of STI is the Cervical cancer vaccine. It protects you from certain strains of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) which can be transmitted sexually. Most HPV strains do not cause any symptoms and go away on their own. Ho...
19 Oct 2018
I feel every couple should have this conversation before engaging in sexual activity for the first time. STI are more common than what is reported and a lot of them may not show any symptoms. The last thing you want is to transmit a disease to your partner. Talking about STI in t...
19 Oct 2018
Only a few suppliers are registered in Singapore to distribute test kits and they are only allowed to supply to medical clinics. This is based on the approval of Health Sciences Authority (HSA) and Ministry of Health (MOH). The quality and accuracy of the test kits sol...
19 Oct 2018
Below are high risk behaviours that would put you at a higher risk of getting STI and HIV: Unprotected vaginal or anal intercourse Unprotected oral intercourse. Engaging in sexual activity from a young age. Sexually active with multiple partners Sexually active...
19 Oct 2018
Hi, Douching can disrupt the pH and balance of bacteria in the vagina. This leads to a change in the composition of the bacteria that is usually found within the vagina. This in turn, could increase the risk of vaginal infections such as yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis. Bes...
21 Aug 2018
HIV and STD screening should be tailored to the type of sexual activity. If you had a high-risk exposure, HIV screening is still recommended even though the STD screening was negative. The chances of a person getting HIV via oral sex with a HIV positive partner is extremely low. ...
19 Oct 2018
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