Clinique Privée Dépistage MTS

in Longueuil, Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, TMR Jean Talon, Montreal, Laval, Gatineau  and  West Island

 

Sexually transmitted diseases can have a significant impact on your life and overall health. This is why it is important to take regular STD tests in South Shore, TMR Jean Talon, Montreal, Laval, Gatineau and West Island , especially if you have unprotected sex with multiple partners. The best way to prevent sexually transmitted diseases is to avoid unprotected sex. If you have had such sexual intercourse, go immediately to our Union MD clinic in South Shore, TMR Jean Talon, Montreal, Laval, Gatineau and West Island for a complete STD screening. Know that your chances of curing or controlling STDs are greater if you catch them early and seek treatment early.

How do we perform STD testing?

We use the latest techniques and technologies to test and diagnose sexually transmitted diseases. Our team screens for the most common STDs using more reliable testing methods. We can screen for gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, hepatitis B, HPV and HIV in our clinics. Our services are discreet, compassionate and thorough. There are several ways to perform in-depth testing and here is an overview of some of the techniques we use:

Once all tests are completed, we will provide you with detailed reports so that your doctor can make an accurate diagnosis. If you are concerned about sexually transmitted diseases, contact our Union MD clinic immediately to schedule an appointment. Our team will carefully perform the tests and double-check the reports to make sure everything is in order.

Types of STDs

There are different types of STDs and they require different types of treatment. Here is a brief overview of the most common ones.

CHLAMYDIA AND GONORRHEA

These two STDs are caused by Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae. They are almost undetectable and the only symptom is abnormal discharge in some patients. This is why it is important to get tested after unprotected sex. Both of these STDs have no clear, visible symptoms. Untreated chlamydia and gonorrhea can cause several health problems, from infertility in women to inflammation of the urethral lining in men.

2. HEPATITIS

The hepatitis virus attacks the liver and can cause serious damage. It is usually transmitted during unprotected sex, activities such as tattooing or acupuncture, blood transplant and other such activities. Hepatitis can cause serious illness and even death if left untreated.

3. HIV

HIV is one of the most terrible sexually transmitted diseases and still has no cure. However, people with HIV can manage their health and symptoms to live relatively normal lives. This is why it is important to detect it as early as possible. The virus is present in different bodily fluids such as blood, semen, breast milk and vaginal secretions. It can be transmitted sexually, by blood transfusion or by contact with infected fluid.

Other sexually transmitted diseases include syphilis and HPV or human papilloma virus.

If you want to know more or would like to make an appointment for an STD test in Montreal, do not hesitate to  contact  us immediately at Union MD. Our team offers the latest tests and expert advice on all medical matters.

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