Trichomonas Screening Singapore

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What is Trichomonas?

Trichomonas is a fairly common parasite passed on through sex and affects women more often.

Who should get tested?

Anyone who is experiencing symptoms (see below), or has had an unprotected sexual exposure should consider testing.

What are the symptoms?

In a majority of people with Trichomonas, symptoms can be absent making it difficult to identify without testing. However, if symptoms are present then the below list shows the common presentation:

For Men:

For Women:

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How can we test for Trichomonas?

Testing is similar to other STDs where we can perform a urine test for men and vaginal swabs for ladies.

What are the treatment options?

If left untreated, Trichomonas can produce chronic genital inflammation. This may make it easier to get other infections which even includes HIV. For pregnant ladies who have Trichomonas they may be more likely to go into early labour, so early treatment is best even if no symptoms are present.

How to prevent it?

As mentioned with many other STDs, protection (condoms) is the primary source of prevention. Regular screening helps to identify early infections so treatment can be given in a timely manner.

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Frequently Asked Questions


When should I go for STD screening?

You should consider screening if you have symptoms of a possible STD, if you have had a recent risky exposure (unprotected sex with a casual partner), or both.

Can I get STDs from oral sex?

Yes, you can. The common misconception is that oral sex is not considered ‘real’ sex and therfore has no risk but the opposite is true. Often oral sex is performed without protection and this is why infections such as chlamydia and gonorrhoea can pass on through oral sex.

Can STDs be cured?

Thankfully the majority can be cured but there are some such as Herpes and HIV that can be treated but not cured. This is why prevention is better than cure and ensuring safe sex goes a long way to reduce your risks.

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