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    Your sexual health matters so, visit a sexual health clinic in Melbourne!

    Practice safe sex!

    Sexual health is critical to people’, partners’, and families’ general well-being and health and the economic and social growth of communities around the world. Getting yourself tested routinely is necessary to practice safe sex. 

    The professionals at our organization care deeply for your sexual health and offer the best sexual health services in Melbourne. 

    We offer thorough and discreet sexual health testing. We provide a variety of STI testing, with results delivered immediately. At our location, we could provide testing for the following circumstances:

    • Ureaplasma
    • Hepatitis C
    • HIV
    • Chlamydia
    • Gonorrhoea
    • Trichomonas
    • Hepatitis B
    • Syphilis
    • HSV
    • Mycoplasma

    Sexual Health Services in Melbourne offered by South Melbourne Family Practice

    The HPV vaccination

    The Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination offers protection against cervical, head, and neck malignancies. HPV is a virus that is transmitted via genital to genital interaction. Sometimes there is no danger, and the problem will go away on its own. But, the infection can linger and induce cell changes, which can lead to a variety of more critical dangers.

    The HPV vaccination is given in three doses, two months apart and then four months apart. 

    If you believe you have contracted HPV, visit South Melbourne Family Practice. 

    Hepatitis A

    Hepatitis A is a virus that travels through an infected person’s stool. It is easy to spread during intercourse or to catch infected food and drink.

    The vaccine is administered in two injections over six months and is an efficient method of preventing viral infection. 

    Hepatitis B

    Hepatitis B is a viral illness that can cause significant liver damage. Although there are no obvious signs, it can produce diarrhoea, flu-like sickness, and jaundice. Hepatitis B is transmitted by sexual contact with an infected individual, the sharing of toothbrushes/razors, the sharing of needles, or the transmission of an infected parent to her newborn infant.’

    The hepatitis B vaccination is administered in four doses over a six to twelve-month period. Contact South Melbourne Family Practice for any questions you may have about this treatment. 

    Accidental pregnancy

    When you become pregnant unexpectedly, our clinic can provide you with expert assistance and advice. Our doctors can give you the information you need to make an educated choice about the future of your pregnancy.

    If you decide to end your pregnancy, all of our physicians can recommend you to a surgical abortion specialist. Our health centre in Melbourne will offer discrete services. 

    Cervical cancer screenings

    Cervical examinations are now advised every 5 years beginning at the age of 25. Nonetheless, if clinically indicated, you may schedule a cervical screening at any point.

    Please schedule a regular consultation with your doctor and communicate any concerns or worries you have. The physicians at South Melbourne Family Practice will clear any doubts you have and provide you with precise results. 

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