Video on HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis PEP

  What is HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)? In this video, Dr Sii will discuss HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP). PEP are medicines given to a person after a high risk HIV exposure to minimize the risk of him/her getting infected with HIV. Common high risk HIV exposure scenarios include having unprotected sex with a casual partner or sex worker, or condom breaks or slips. PEP has to be started within 72 hours after the exposure. It is up to 99% effective in preventing a HIV infection. Most people tolerate the treatment very well...

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Can you get HIV from sharing a nasal spray?

I recently answered a question on Quora which I found interesting so am sharing it here. Question: Can you get HIV from sharing a nasal spray with a co-worker, even if you covered it with toilet paper before using it? I was suffering from a sinus headache, and a guy I worked with offered me to use nasal spray. I wasn’t sure, so I wiped it down and even covered it with toilet paper before sticking it in my nose. I then sprayed it. I do have some HIV-related anxiety, and I since wonder if I put myself at risk for HIV since I...

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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 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 2 weeks...

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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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