HIV Stigma: Not Retro, Just Wrong (World AIDS Day 2016 Singapore)

HIV Stigma: Not Retro, Just Wrong World AIDS Day 2016 – Singapore #HIVNOTRETRO   1st December is World AIDS day. How fast another year has gone by and here we are again recognizing another World AIDS day.   This year’s theme seeks to remind us that the disease that we know as HIV/AIDS wears a very different face today compared to when it was first discovered in the 1980’s. Back then the face of AIDS was a painfully skinny person lying on a tattered mattress atop a plain wooden bed in a straw hut. With flies buzzing around him...

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Rash on Penis – Penile Rash

Unusual spots or blotches or any kind of rash on the penis can cause a lot of concern. It is not always caused by an STD or an infection. This article will break down some of the possible causes. For causes of lumps and bumps on the penis, read our other article by clicking HERE. 1.) Herpes Simplex This presents classically as a cluster of 3 to 5 painful blisters. Each blister is 3mm to 5mm in diameter. The skin under the blisters is always red. Herpes is transmitted by sexual contact even oral sex. Click HERE for our full article on...

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What is your risk of getting Chlamydia?

We all know that Chlamydia is an extremely commonly diagnosed STD.   It is the number 1 commonest STD in Singapore, Japan and many other parts of the world. But how likely are you to catch it if you had sex with someone who has Chlamydia? A recent study done by the Melbourne Sexual Heath Centre helped shed some light on this. This study was published in the Journal Of Sexually Transmitted Infections (Sex Transm Infect. 2015;91(6):434-439) The Centre did a cross-sectional study of patients over a 3 year period from 2010 to 2013. They...

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Rabies Outbreak in Malaysia

1st October 2015 The Malaysia Department of Veterinary Services has reported an outbreak of rabies among dogs in three states in Northern Malaysia: Perlis, Penang and Kedah. There have been 12 people reported to have been bitten by dogs but fortunately none of them got infected with Rabies. Singapore has been rabies free since 1953.   How do you get Rabies? Most people get infected with Rabies via dog bites. The saliva of infected animals contain the Rabies virus. Animals that are infected with rabies are usually very agitated and...

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Viagra Melt Tabs

Viagra Melt Tabs (also known as Viagra Orodispersible Tablets or ODT for short) is now available at our clinics.   It is a Viagra tablet that melts in your mouth like a sweet. This gives you the convenience of taking the medicine anytime even if you do not have water. It comes in 50mg tablets and works just like regular Viagra. It is used for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction. It improves blood flow to the penis so that you can have a harder and longer lasting erection. It only works if you are sexually stimulated. You will not get...

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