Sexual exposure refers to any type of sexual contact, for example, oral, vaginal or anal intercourse with a high-risk partner. A high-risk partner could be a commercial sex worker or people with risky sexual behavior.
Use of barrier protection methods like condoms greatly reduces your risk, but it is not 100% protection. There is always a risk whenever there is mucosal contact with HIV-contaminated body fluids like semen or blood. Tiny cuts or tears in the skin also increase the risk of transmission of HIV.
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Consult our doctor prior to traveling to ensure that you are protected when you are traveling with your loved ones.
Removal of skin lesions with cryosurgery, e.g. genital warts, molluscum contagiosum, plantar warts, solar (actinic) keratosis…
Health screening is paramount for the early detection of diseases and conditions that cause disability and death.
General Wellness and General Health Screening
Female STD or STI screening
Pap smear & Thin Prep…
The Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) was first discovered in 1981 in the United States. Since the original discovery, doctors and scientists have been constantly researching to understand the virus and come up with possible treatments […]
Of all Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs), or Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), a Chlamydia infection is one of the most widespread STD or STI worldwide. Using data that recorded STD infections globally, 4.2% of women and […]