STD Screening for MSM (Men who have Sex with Men)

STD Screening for MSM (Men who have Sex with Men) MSM stands for Men who have Sex with Men. There are many other terms used to describe MSM such as Gay Men and Homosexual Men. These are unhelpful labels which might not apply to you. If you are a man and ever have had sex with another man then there are specific STD concerns that apply to you. The fact is MSM are at a higher risk for HIV and other STDs such as Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Herpes and Warts. There could be several reasons for this. First, the anal canal is not designed for sex. There is...

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Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD): A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health (Women) – free eBook

Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD): A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health (Women) Preview Download (free) “The aims of this book is to shed light onto how STIs or STDs affect women and their sexual health and well-being. We hope to use this book as a guide to educate our readers on the importance of early STD screening.  My doctors and I encourage female patients to discuss their problems fully without ignoring even the minutest discomfort as there are several STD infections that do not show any obvious symptoms.  Hence,...

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Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD): A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health for Man Who Have Sex With Man (MSM)

Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD): A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health for Man Who Have Sex With Man (MSM) Preview Download (free) “The aims of this book is to shed light into how STIs that affect Men who have sex with men (MSM), their sexual health and well-being. We hope to use this book as a guide to educate our readers on the symptoms of STIs. It is important to go for screening if you develop symptoms. Being diagnosed and treated early helps prevent future complications. We always believe in promoting greater...

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HIV Testing Fast Facts Infographic

It can be really confusing trying to figure out which HIV test to do and when. This infographic should make things clearer. Quick Summary: 1-3 days – High risk? See us about HIV PEP. Click here for more info. 3-10 days – Don’t bother to test. There is no test that is accurate. 10 days – Do the HIV RNA PCR test. Click here for more info. 28 days – Do the HIV P24 Ag/Ab Combo test. Click here for more info. 84 days (12 weeks) – Do the HIV Antibody test. Although the US CDC and WHO both recommend the HIV Combo...

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MMM2 – HIV Screening and Diagnosis

The information contained within this Morbidity & Mortality Meeting Report is meant for internal circulation and Medical Professionals only. By clicking on the report, you are certifying that you are a Medical Professional and are reading the article purely for educational and research purposes. You cannot use information contained in this article or anywhere in this website to make medical decisions. All medical queries should be addressed by your attending Doctor. Dr Tan MMM2 HIV Screening and Diagnosis We are Open on Saturdays and...

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