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I am seeking a gay or bi friendly Doctor who is taking new patients in the DT area. I recently moved to Vancouver.
Most physicians within the lower mainland are well versed with the health needs of people who identify as GLBT2S. Below I have provided links to clinics that we would recommend patients who seek queer competent healthcare providers https://spectrum-health.net/ https://denmanmedicalcentre.com/ https://www.mainlandclinic.ca/ Does this answer your question? Please let us know. ... Read Full Answer
I tested with a rapid hiv test on a roadside testing camp first they told me its a negative then after few minutes nurse said she can see a very very small positive dot nd she gave me a positive screen next day i went for my lab test and i was tested again on very same rapid test kit and it came negative now im worried about my lab test reports.
The rapid HIV tests are only 95% accurate at most. False positives are quite common with the rapid test which does not indicate that you have HIV. The rapid tests are never used to diagnose someone here in British Columbia due to the large margin of error. I recommend that you complete a more accurate HIV testing that includes HIV antibodies and HIV RNA. I have provided you with a link that can... Read Full Answer
My husband and I have Genital Herpes. I had a C section due to this. We were recently away on vacation with our 8 month old. There was only a stand up shower in our hotel so my husband showered with my 8 month old. In the shower there was a sitting area. My husband sat down on it and then briefly rested my baby on his lap to wash him. He only did this for about 5-10 seconds because I saw and reminded him not to. He doesn’t have any open sores or symptoms of an outbreak and has had the virus...
Based on what you have shared with me it sounds like there are no significant exposures to indicate an HSV infection. Herpes is passed by skin-to-skin contact between one person who has the virus and another who does not. This contact needs to be directly with the part of the body where aperson has the virus. For example, if someone has oral herpes, their mouth is the area of the body that... Read Full Answer
Dear Sir, I am here to write you an e-mail because I have some concerned about HIV . I am again in relationship with Egyptian Girl Friend. We kissed each other that was lips to lip wet kissing. I did not taste any blood nor I did not see any blood. Tongue was not involved during Kiss. I asked her that do you have any gum disease. She told me that some time when she brushed her teeth, sometime blood comes, but not often or every day. In the light of above is there any chances that I...
Based on what you've shared with me, there is no risks for HIV transmission. Below I have highlighted means of HIV transmission for you. If you would like to learn more about HIV I recommend you use our website and search for keyword HIV. HIV can only be passed by these five body fluids: blood semen (including pre-cum) rectal fluid vaginal fluid breast milk HIV can be passed when... Read Full Answer
I have green vaginal discharge, no smell and no other symptoms. What could it be?
Having abnormal vaginal discharge may or may not be an sexually transmitted disease. The best way to determine the cause of your discharge is to see a healthcare professional and discuss your symptoms with them. I have attached a link for you to find a clinic within British Columbia. https://smartsexresource.com/get-tested/clinic-finder Does this answer your question? Please let us know.