STD Symptoms in Receptive Anal Sex

It is possible to get infection such as HPV in the Anus even if you do not have anal sex. This article will focus on what kind of STD symptoms can get if you do have anal sex regardless of whether you are a man or woman. This includes allowing your partner to insert his penis into the anus, allowing your partner to use his/her mouth on the anus, allowing your partner to insert any objects into the anus including fingers and sex toys. Symptoms can basically be divided into 3 groups: 1. Anal Symptoms – Discharge, Discomfort, Bleeding...

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STD Symptoms in Receptive Oral Sex

This article will focus on the possible STD symptoms you can get if you use your mouth on your partner’s genitals. This applies to both men and women and also if you partner was a man or a woman. Click here for STD symptoms in Men – i.e. the possible STD symptoms Men can get when they insert their penis into their partner’s mouth, vagina or anus Click here for STD symptoms in Receptive Anal Sex – i.e. the possible STD symptoms in men or women who allow their partner to insert his penis into their anus Click here for STD...

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STD Symptoms in Men

This is a huge topic as there are many STDs out there each with its own set of symptoms. Also, we must keep in mind that now everyone who is infected with an STD will develop symptoms. With these 2 caveats in mind, I will try my best to give you an overview of the various STD symptoms. Note that this article refers to the man as the insertive partner. So it discusses what a man can catch from inserting his penis into the mouth, vagina and/or the anus of his partner. Click here for STD symptoms in receptive Oral Sex – i.e. using his/her...

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STD/STI Screening for Women

It is very important to get regular screening for STDs. This is especially so in women because many women who are infected with STDs do not show any obvious signs or symptoms. If left untreated, these STDs can lead to serious long term complications like Infertility and Cancer. International and Singapore standard guidelines recommend screening for Chlamydia and a PAP Smear at least annually for all sexually active women. What should Women Screen for? 1. HIV An infection that will lead to AIDS. Screening to be done at least annually for all...

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Women’s Health Clinic Singapore

Dr Tan & Partners – Women’s Health Clinic Singapore Dr Tan and Partners is a GP clinic with a special focus on providing comprehensive and holistic care for Women’s Health Issues. We provide a private and comfortable setting for you to discuss your problem with our doctors. All our doctors are certified in Singapore and professionally trained to assist you in your medical needs. For lady patients who prefer female doctors, we have dedicated female Doctors to attend to you. We have 3 locations conveniently located at...

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