Ebola Fact Sheet

 

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Health Screening

Health Screening is a great way to invest in your future. Many diseases are silent killers and you may not have any symptoms until things are really serious. Bring yourself in for a regular overhaul now. It need not be too complicated: At Dr. Tan & and Partners medical centre, we have Health Screening Packages to help you identify theses diseases early. Health screening packages are available at all our clinics. 1.) Essential Health Package $200 Full Blood Count Detailed Cholesterol Profile Blood Sugar Kidney Profile – Sodium,...

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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 Women

This article will focus on the possible STD symptoms women can get when their vagina is exposed to possible infection. This includes allowing their partner to insert his penis into the vagina, allowing their partner to use his/her mouth on the vagina, allowing their partner to insert any objects into the vagina including fingers and sex toys. Click here for STD symptoms in receptive Oral Sex – i.e. using her mouth on the partner’s genitals or anus Click here for STD symptoms in receptive Anal Sex – i.e. allowing her partner...

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Men’s Human papillomavirus (HPV) testing

For a long time, there has been no established HPV tests for men. However, recently there has been growing evidence that the new HPV tests can be used for screening in men. To understand Human papillomavirus (HPV) testing, we must first appreciate the fact that HPV lives inside our skin and mucosal cells. It is not found in the blood. In other words, we need to take skin or mucosal cells, crack them open, then use DNA testing methods to find the virus inside. In other words, we can only test for HPV in very specific areas. There is no...

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