Sexual Health Specialists
We are Hong Kong's premium holistic sexual health centre
At Neo-Health, we have all aspects of your sexual health covered, from possible prevention, diagnosis, treatment through to education, therapy and counselling. Our pioneering programmes held throughout Hong Kong are designed to change the attitude towards sex education and encourage men and women to lead healthy, happy sexual lives.
Our aim is to empower people to live happy, healthy sexual lives
If talking about “sexual health problems” makes you go red in the face, you’re not alone. There are many stigmas and taboos surrounding sexual health, particularly in Hong Kong. Our goal is to change this experience.
At Neo Health we provide a comfortable environment where you can talk about your sexual health problems without feeling judged. We facilitate open communication about any sexual concerns you face, while maintaining the highest standards of privacy and confidentiality.
We understand sexual health problems have many causes and influences, including an individual’s unique relationship experiences, their upbringing and their ethnic and cultural background.
For specific information on how you can have your sexual health tested, read our Sexual Health Screening Plans section.
Q: Can I use "over the counter" medications to treat STDs by myself without proper medical examination?
A: No, self perscription would defer the diagnosis of STDs and perhaps increase the difficulty of subsequent treatment.
Q: If I don't have any symptoms, would that mean I do not have STD and do need to have myself checked?
A: You are not necessarily free from STD infections even if you do not have symptoms. Common STDs do not have symptoms at the first stage of infection. If you are active in unsafe sexual practice, you are already at risk for STD infections. Regularly STD check is a necessary precaution.
Q: If I am disgnosed to have STDs, should my partner be treated as well if he / she does not have any symptoms?
A: Not all STDs will have obvious symptoms, and the incubation period is different. If you have been diagnosed with STD, your partner should be tested as well, so as to avoid delay treatment or reinfection.
Q: What should I do if I have STDs?
A: If you are diagnosed with STD(s), you should receive relevant treatment immidiately. Inform your partner at once, tests should be performed so as to avoid delay treatment or reinfection.
Q: If I suspect myself infected of HIV infection because of the unsafe sexual activity happened in the past 72 hours, what should I do?
A: PEP, or Post-Exposure Prophylaxis - which is medication that is used to actually treat patients with HIV, but that within a confined window (less than 72hours after exposure) can stop infection from taking place roughly 80-90% of the time.
People should seek medical advice as early as possible if they suspect to contract with sexually transmitted infections.
HIV & AIDS
Though common, sexual dysfunction can be overcome
Sexual dysfunction is a common concern faced by adults in the course of their sexual lives. From a low libido, intimacy issues, disinterest in sex or physical pain, sexual dysfunction takes many forms which can negatively impact relationships and cause undue stress.
Neo-Heath is experienced in treating a range of sexual dysfunction issues. We utilise both therapy and medical treatments, including oral medications and innovative procedures.
STDs are common but often go unnoticed, making screening important
Sexually transmitted infections or diseases (“STIs” or “STDs”) are infections typically caused by transmission through sexual contact. STDs and STIs are more common than you think, affecting one out of six people during the course of their lives.
A private and confidential space to discuss your concerns
Neo-Health provides a safe haven for you to seek help and advice on sexual health issues without any judgement. Our professionals treat your concerns with the utmost respect, and your details are kept private and confidential.
A safe place for your sexual concerns
We appreciate it can be difficult to discuss issues of a sexual nature. At Neo-Health we provide a supportive and confidential environment in which you can talk through your concerns - whatever they may be. Our experienced professionals are on standby to put you at ease and allay your concerns.
Our in-house library is a great place to learn more
At Neo-Health we believe in building our client's self-confidence, developing positive relationships and promoting a safe and open environment to learn about sexual health. That's why, in addition to offering a range of services to support your sexual health, we also offer resources to support your sexual education at our in-house library.
Emergency HIV drugs
If you think you've been exposed to the virus, post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) medication may stop you becoming infected. PEP must be started within 72 hours of coming into contact with the virus for it to be effective. It's only recommended following higher risk exposure, particularly where the sexual partner is known to be positive. PEP involves taking HIV treatment every day for one month. It may cause some side effects.
If you already have HIV, try your HIV clinic if the PEP is for someone you've had sex with.
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP)
is when people at very high risk for HIV take HIV medicines daily to lower their chances of getting infected. PrEP can stop HIV from taking hold and spreading throughout your body. It is highly effective for preventing HIV if used as prescribed, but it is much less effective when not taken consistently. Daily PrEP reduces the risk of getting HIV from sex by more than 90%. Among people who inject drugs, it reduces the risk by more than 70%. Your risk of getting HIV from sex can be even lower if you combine PrEP with condoms and other prevention methods.
If you test positiveIf you're diagnosed with HIV, you'll have regular blood tests to monitor the progress of the HIV infection before starting treatment. Two important blood tests are:
- HIV viral load test – a blood test that monitors the amount of HIV virus in your blood
- CD4 lymphocyte cell count – which measures how the HIV has affected your immune system
Treatment can be started at any point following your diagnosis, depending on your circumstances and in consultation with your HIV doctor.
HIV is treated with antiretroviral medications, which work by stopping the virus replicating in the body. This allows the immune system to repair itself and prevent further damage. A combination of HIV drugs is used because HIV can quickly adapt and become resistant. Some HIV treatments have been combined into one pill, known as a fixed dose combination, although these often cost more to prescribe. Usually, people who have just been diagnosed with HIV take between one and four pills a day. Different combinations of HIV medicines work for different people, so the medicine you take will be individual to you. Many of the medicines used to treat HIV can interact with other medications prescribed by your GP or bought over-the-counter. These include herbal remedies like St John's Wort, as well as some recreational drugs. Always check with your HIV clinic staff or your GP before taking any other medicines.
Missing a doseOnce treatment is started, you'll probably need to take medication for the rest of your life. For the treatment to be continuously effective, it needs to be taken regularly at the same time every day. Missing even a few doses increases the risk of your treatment not working and developing resistance to your HIV medicines. You'll need to develop a daily routine to fit your treatment plan around your lifestyle.
Side effectsHIV treatment can have side effects. If you get serious side effects, which is uncommon, you may need to try a different combination of drugs. Common side effects include:
- skin rashes
- sleep difficulties
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