Sexually Transmitted Disease

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. 

The good news about STIs and STDs is that early detection will lead to earlier treatment  - so seeing a specialist as soon as you notice symptoms manifesting can prevent infertility down the track or even save your life. In addition, the use of a condom can greatly assist in preventing infection. 

Some of the most common STDs for men and women include Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Syphillis and Human Papillomavirus (HPV).  

STD symptoms are often mistaken for other conditions

Many men believe they would know if they had an STD. While most STDs cause symptoms, they can be easily mistaken for other conditions. In some cases there are no symptoms at all. Knowing the signs and symptoms of common STDs in men, and understanding the risks, is crucial for any man who is sexually active.

Untreated STDs can cause fertility issues in women

STDs are transmitted during any type of sexual contact and affect women of any age. Unfortunately for women, symptoms of many STDs often go unnoticed. At Neo-Health, we recommend regular screening which can lead to early detection and, if any concerns are identified, earlier treatment. Our experts at Neo-Health are empathetic and have broad experience in treating STDs across the spectrum. They are available to discuss any particular issues you may have.

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