Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI)
Is STI Testing and Treatment for me?
If you are experiencing any symptoms of STIs including painful bumps, sores, warts, skin rash, painful urination, weight loss, abnormal genital discharge, please make an appointment (insert link) with our doctor, online or in-person, or you may walk-in during our opening hours (link).
How does STI Testing and Treatment work?
Once we perform our tests and receive your results, we will be able to provide any treatment you might need in the form of prescriptions, information, or support. Your provider(s) at The Red Clinic will outline your next steps for treatment and recommend any additional follow-up appointments.
If you have questions about STI Testing and Treatment, contact our friendly staff via Facebook Messenger.
What is STI?
An STI is an infection that is passed from one person to another mainly through sexual contact. STIs are also called sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs. An individual can contract an STI by having unprotected vaginal, anal, or oral sex with someone that has STI.
What STIs are tested for?
- Hepatitis A, B and C
What should I do if I’m experiencing STI symptoms or have been exposed to an STI?
If you are currently experiencing STI symptoms or know you’ve been exposed to an STI, please make an appointment with our doctor, or you make walk-in during our opening hours.
Need to speak to us?
Walk in/Call +6010-873 0175 anytime during our operation hours
(Monday to Friday from 9am-9pm & Saturday from 9am-3pm; Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays) or send us a message via Facebook.