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Sexual Health

Sexual health deals with issues such as unplanned pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases, and safer sex practices.

Sexually transmitted infections

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) are contracted during unprotected sex and their symptoms vary widely. You can reduce the risk by practising safe sex, through the use of condoms.

However, as condoms do not offer 100% protection, a better option is for a couple to be in a monogamous and faithful relationship. 

Common STIs

  • HIV, the virus that causes AIDS
  • Chlamydia
  • Gonorrhoea
  • Herpes
  • Syphilis
  • Genital warts

If you suspect that you have an infection, you should visit your doctor as soon as possible. It is important to treat STIs early to reduce complications and stop the spread of infection to others.

To look after your reproductive health, visit your doctor regularly. Practise family planning so you'll never have to deal with an unwanted pregnancy or about passing an infection to your child.

Read this post for more information on STD screening in Singapore.

First and foremost, the primary contraception action of the oral contraceptive pill is that they prevent ovulation of an egg from the ovary. The oral contraceptive pills also change the nature of the cervical mucus especially during the fertile period by making it...
19 May 2019
Dr Paul Ang
Dr Paul Ang
"Family Physician with special interest in Mental Health"
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I would not say that it is impossible, just because I have never seen it before. But medically speaking, it is next to impossible. That is unless the toilet paper looks like it is full of pus and bodily fluids. Otherwise most of these viruses and bacteria are actually quite fr...
9 May 2019
The enzymes in our saliva make it unconducive for sperms in human semen to survive. I would say that the chances of conception would be low. Barrier contraceptive techniques (i.e male condom) would still be recommended if you are concerned about getting your partner pregnant.
25 Apr 2019
From a medical perspective, the main risk of shaving your pubic hair is an increased risk of STDs. A 2012 study suggests that hair removal can increase your chance of contracting an STI because removing the hair affects the skin membrane, making it easier for bacteria to enter the...
26 Jan 2018
Acute epdidymitis usually does not recur if it was adequately treated. The risks factors for epididymitis which is the infection of epididymis organ include: a. sexually transmitted diseases b. obstruction to urine flow due to prostate problems c. general low immunity due t...
8 Mar 2019
It is always recommended to retract or pull back the foreskin during shower time to maintain cleanliness of the glans or the "head" of the penis. If you are unable to retract the foreskin due to discomfort, I would advise a trip down to the urologist to get it checked out. Dep...
25 Apr 2019
The most sensitive and erogenous region of a woman's vagina is within the first 1-2 cm from the introitus or opening of the vagina. The average size of the penis also varies between age, race and ethnicity. Having said that, no man would refuse a larger organ. If the aim to en...
24 Apr 2019
Yeast infections tend to be thick white and clumpy, while bacterial vaginosis tends to be a grey watery discharge with a "fishy" odour. It would certainly be a good idea to get retested for STDs to be sure that you are not infected.
26 Oct 2018
It will be hard to ascertain, but if you have no symptoms, it may well be some prostatic fluid/seminal fluid that was exuded due to increased intra-abdominal pressure. That said, a STD evaluation should still be done, as each encounter should be treated separately. Do follow...
25 Jan 2018
There are several causes for this and it has to do with the following: 1. The site of the lump (which part of the penis) 2. The size of the lump 3. The duration the lump has been present 4. Whether any deformities are present The common cause of a lump ...
14 Feb 2019
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