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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.

YOUR COMPLETE GUIDE TO GETTING A HIV TEST IN SINGAPORE (2018)

In my years of treating HIV, one of the most important causes of HIV-related deaths is a late HIV diagnosis. Many people are averse to taking the test because they fear the stigmatisation attached to it.

However, it’s important to understand that HIV screening should be part of everyone’s regular sexual health maintenance. Early detection can lead to early treatment and better outcomes. Many people live long, normal lives with early detection and proper care.

In this post, I will explain everything you need to know about getting a HIV test done in Singapore. 

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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 QnA session where he answers all your questions on sexual health screening. 

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ASK DR LEE FANG JANN: ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

Erectile dysfunction is the inability to get or keep a firm erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. This is a common condition that can occur at any age in men. 

People usually associate erectile dysfunction with older men. However, in recent years, a substantial proportion of men suffering from this condition are under the age of 40. 

Join Dr Lee Fang Jann as he hosts a QnA session where he answers your questions on erectile dysfunction. 

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5 HORMONAL CAUSES OF INFERTILITY IN WOMEN AND MEN

Due to the hectic lifestyles that Singaporeans lead, many don’t settle down until they’re in their 30's. I commonly see patients in my endocrine clinic who had no idea that they were having hormonal issues in the first place (until they started trying for a baby)! 

In this article, I describe 5 conditions where hormones can affect fertility, as well as the corresponding treatments.

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If you need to speak to somebody with regards to STI and HIV, feel free to call DSC Clinic's health advisors at 1800 252 1324 for anonymous (no name/NRIC required) health advice.

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YOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION IN SINGAPORE

Ever wondered about your options for treating erectile dysfunction (ED) in Singapore?

ED is one of my favourite topics to talk about, and I'm here to break down the issue for you from a medical perspective. With a good understanding of the reasons behind ED, ensuring that your tools work as they should is really as simple as 1…2…3!

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ARE YOU TESTOSTERONE DEFICIENT?

In my practice, I often see men in their 30s with constantly low energy and a poor sex drive, wondering if there's something wrong with them. These group of men usually attribute their symptoms to a stressful work environment.

Instead, what I commonly find is that they have low testosterone levels.

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COMPLETE GUIDE TO STD TESTS IN SINGAPORE (2018)

You've finally decided to settle down, but want to be sure that you are free of sexually transmitted infections. What should you do, and where do you turn to?

STD screening is important, as it prevents the spread of disease to others. Many STDs are treatable.

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5 STDS MAKING A COMEBACK IN SINGAPORE (AND HOW TO GET TESTED) (NSFW)

I often get asked what STDs look like. In a nutshell, the 4 most common signs I see in clinic that suggest an STD are:

  1. Discharge
  2. Pain on peeing
  3. Growths
  4. Ulcers

All of these can affect the penis, vagina or anus.

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AN STD CLINIC JOURNEY IN SINGAPORE: A VALENTINE’S DAY CAUTIONARY TALE

So you woke up the morning after Valentine’s day, slightly hungover and full of regret. This regret rapidly turns into paranoia.

Not to fear, I’m here to guide you through your entire journey at an STD clinic in Singapore, and what to expect each step of the way.

STD clinic contact details at end of post. 

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It’s best to see your gynaecologist for a check. Common causes for bleeding after intercourse include small abrasions or lacerations, cervical polyps or abnormal changes in the cervix ( pap smear abnormalities).
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Hi, You can read this previously answered question: How likely am I to get pregnant if I had unprotected sex but he didn't ejaculate? To sum up, yes there is always a chance of getting pregnant if you have unprotected sex. If you are concerned about pregnancy, you sho...
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Dear Chan, If you are unable to retract your foreskin, circumcision is highly recommended. Even if you are able to retract your foreskin, it is still highly encouraged procedure as it has a lot of benefits. Some of the benefits include: - better hygiene - reduce risk of ...
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Dear Chan Wei Lun, Phimosis is a condition where the foreskin is too tight to be retracted behind the head of the penis (glans penis). They have different severity. Most severe will be one where the opening of the foreskin is so small that it may even cause problems during urinat...
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Hi, No egocort and gentriderm may not be the most suitable for yeast infection. Treatment really depends on whether the yeast infection is recurrent and the symptoms severe or mild. Generally if the yeast infection is mild to moderate, anti fungal cream like butoconazole, clotrimazole, miconazol...
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There is a small risk of HIV transmission , as well as a more moderate risk of herpes simplex, gonorrhea and the human papilloma virus (HPV). There is an increased incidence now recognised of oral pharyngeal cancer related to previous HPV infection through oral sex. Please take ...
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I am glad that you shared these experiences. Many people do not seek help for these problems until very late, ie until after a divorce happens. Doctors call this vaginismus, or painful sex. It can be a rather complex condition that might require a team to treat. Firstly yo...
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Hi, I can understand your concern about the rash in view of your exposure history. Certainly, some STDs can cause rash/ skin lesions like Syphilis, Herpes and HIV. Typically, secondary syphilis (that means syphilis that has not been treated and the disease progress to 2nd stage) ...
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