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STD called M. genitalium is new kid on the block

The sexually transmitted disease/infection (STD/STI) mycoplasma genitalium (M. genitalium), which some news reports say could become the next superbug, is showing up across the U.S. •It’s a superbug because it’s a bacterium that lacks a cell wall, which makes it resistant to most commonly used antibiotics•In the U.S., M. genitalium seems to be more common than […]

Screen for Life Programme: Expanded access from November 1, 2019

Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents are eligible for Screen for Life (SFL), a national health screening programme to encourage regular health screenings and follow up. Eligible Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents will receive an “Invitation letter for Screen for Life”. ONLY PAY $0 – $5 FOR YOUR SCREENINGS at CHAS clinics: Pioneer Generation (PG) – […]

United States CDC Reports STDs all-time high in 2018

A press release from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported: The combined cases of syphilis , gonorrhea, and chlamydia reached an all-time high in the US in 2018 Half the STDs were reported in people between the ages of 15 and 24 Men who have sex with men (MSM) were disproportionately affected by the increase in […]

What are the STD symptoms in Women?

When should a sexually active woman be worried that she may have a sexually transmitted disease/infection (STD/STI)? If a healthy person is exposed to blood or potentially infectious fluids (saliva, penile, vaginal or anal secretions) from a person infected with an STD/STI, there is a real risk of contracting it. While some people infected with […]

What are the STD symptoms in Men?

If a healthy person is exposed to blood or potentially infectious fluids (saliva, vaginal or anal secretions) from a person infected with a sexually transmitted disease (STD/STI), there is a real risk of contracting an STD/STI. While some people infected with an STD/STI may be asymptomatic (i.e., have no symptoms), the most common symptoms of STD/STI […]

VAGINAL DISCHARGE. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Vaginal secretions from glands in the vagina and vulva vary with the menstrual cycle. The secretions are usually clear or whitish. This type of vaginal discharge is normal. However, if there is a change in the discharge, such that the discharge becomes watery, cloudy, frothy or thick, it may be a sign of infection.    Other […]

PENILE DISCHARGE. WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

A penile discharge is a watery, cloudy or thick discharge from the tip of the penis. There may also be a “burning” pain when passing urine. Less often, there may be an itch inside the urethra (inside the tip of the penis and shaft of penis). A penile discharge is a sign of an infection, […]

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