Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs): A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health (Men)

eBook: Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD):
A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health (Men)

 

“The aim of this book is to shed light onto how STIs affect men, and sexual health and their 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 develop any symptoms.
Being diagnosed and treated early helps prevent future complications.

We always believe in promoting greater sexual health knowledge,
so that the community at large can take charge and
make informed decisions for their sexual well-being.

While running a clinic that is part of the MOH anonymous HIV screening program,
it is inevitable that I end up conducting a fair bit of HIV screening.
In the course of my work I have noticed the rising rates of people contracting HIV.

We also have a forum (www.askdrtan.com) for Sexual Health, STIs, HIV & AIDS prevention and treatment.
The materials in this book should be used as a guide.

Many STIs do NOT cause symptoms and symptoms can be mild.
Please visit your physician or our doctors at Dr. Tan and Partners clinic at
Robertson Quay (Approved Anonymous HIV Screening Clinic) for more guided tests.”

-Dr Tan and Partners


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Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs):
A Guidebook to Better Sexual Health (Men)

Table of Contents:

1. What are Sexual Transmitted Infections
2. What is HIV
3. How is HIV Transmitted
4. Understanding Window period
5. The Signs & Symptoms of STI
6. The Signs & Symptoms of HIV and AIDS
7. STI Symptoms in Men
8. Prostatitis & STIs
9. Chlamydia Trachomatis (CT)
10. Throat Gonorrhoea and Oral Sex
11. Getting HIV from Oral Sex
12. Testing for STIs
13. Anonymous HIV Testing
14. How to Protect yourself from STIs & HIV
15. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination
16. HIV Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)
17. Tablets to prevent HIV – PrEP
18. Commercial Sex in Singapore – HIV, STDs and other pitfalls
19. Hotline