Elite sex hunt for men for swab
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A prominent sexual health GP has warned that current sexual health testing for heterosexuals may be missing a large pool of people with STIs. Melbourne GP Dr George Forgan-Smith told newsGP that the standard sexual health test for self-declared heterosexuals did not include throat swabs or anal swabs.
For a homosexual male, we do proper sexually transmitted infection STI screens — throat, bum swab, bloods and urines. A percentage will have anal sex.
And a percentage of hetero men are anally penetrated as well. He said that GPs were broadly very good at testing men who have sex with menbut could improve for others. It happens — so we have to ask.
He gave the example of a former male patient who was married to a woman — but who had sex with transgender women while on overseas holidays. Dr Forgan-Smith said a large part of the issue was how difficult many GPs found asking patients about their sex lives. I teach doctors to ask their patients if they have sex with men, women or sometimes both.
No one has a fever until you check their temperature. to comment. An important article but I'm disappointed with the wording: " Hi Disappointed.
I absolutely understand your concern. I agree that there are so many layers to this however this article highlights the complexity of sexuality and being open to what ever out patients, and our own beliefs brought to the table n. Why not give the patient options of swabs rather than diving into sexual preferences which may be shameful to the patient unfortunately.
Lack of knowledge. Sexual health education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Syphilis dramatically on the rise in Victoria: Report. Lack of knowledge The prescribing process is too difficult Too costly Lack of evidence.
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The prescribing process is too difficult. Too costly.
Lack of evidence.