Vaginal lumps and bumps

 Vaginal lumps and bumps At some point, some women may develop lumps, or bumps in the vaginal area. This is a common cause for concern. Most of the time, these lumps or bumps can be nothing to benign cysts, or they could be signs for infection, malignancy or sexually transmitted disease. Harmless Bumps : Harmless bumps in genital region include cysts, molluscum, vestibular papillomatosis (VP) and Fordyce spots. Cysts Ever felt a round lump that feels like a small pebble just under the skin over the vulva? This is usually a cyst. Cysts are...

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STD Treatment Services

STD/STI Treatment Services Our clinic provides a comprehensive range of STD/STI Treatments. All treatments are conducted by fully certified and specially trained doctors in Singapore. We use Gold Standard treatments in accordance to latest International Standards and Guidelines.  Condition  Treatment  HIV PEP, PrEP  Tablets  Gonorrhea (Urethral, Vaginal, Cervix, Throat, Anal, Rectal)  Recommended Injection and Tablets  Chlamydia (Urethral, Vaginal, Cervix, Testis, Throat, Anal, Rectal, Eye)  Tablets either Single dose or...

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Genital Warts

  Genital warts are small lumps that develop around the genital region and/or around the anus (back passage). They look like solid blisters or small cauliflowers. They can appear in hands and feet too but these are different types of warts and they are usually harmless. The culprit is a virus called the human papillomavirus (HPV). Although there are over 100 types of this virus, most genital warts are caused by types 6 or 11. Warts that appear on hands and feet are caused by different types of HPV. How do I get them? Human papilloma...

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Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Syndromes Overview

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Syndromes Overview Sexually Transmitted Disease is passed on through penetrative sex, that including: Vaginal sex Anal sex Oral sex can either transmit germs from the genitals to the throat of the person giving the stimulation, or it can pass an infection from the throat to the genitals of the person receiving stimulation. Less often it can be transmitted by: a person using their mouth and tongue to lick or suck another person’s anus; a person putting fingers into the vagina, anus or mouth of...

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HPV Vaccine for Men and Women – Go get it!!!

It is not often in medicine there comes along something so revolutionary that makes Doctors go ‘This is great! Everyone should get this!’ The Gardasil HPV Vaccine is one such thing. By the end of this article, I hope you are so convinced that you are running out the door to get vaccinated. Let’s start by understanding what HPV is. HPV is a virus that is spread through direct contact. i.e. skin to skin contact, sexual contact including vaginal sex, oral sex, anal sex, even handjobs. Basically any sexual contact and condoms offer zero...

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