STD Test Program (LoveLove)


Sexually transmitted diseases as known STD are more complex in modern times. We have found that the condition is more complex in women than men in terms of genital infections, an increased risk of cancer, and mother-to-child infection. To be safe and prevent the spreading of STDs to others, persons who are at risk must be tested for STDs.


What every woman should know about STDs

  1. What are STDs?

  2. The main factors of STD infection

  3. Symptoms of patients with STDs

  4. STD prevention

  5. How many tests are there for STDs?

  6. Practice for infected patients

  7. STD testing services

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What are STDs?

Sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs, are diseases that are transmitted from person to person through sexual intercourse. Previously, it was called “venereal disease” to refer to these diseases as gonorrhea, chancroid, syphilis, etc.

But now it is found that there are many infectious diseases that can be transmitted by other means than having sex with an infected person. Medically, these diseases are known as "Sexually Transmitted Diseases" For example, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Sexually transmitted diseases can be categorized into different types. For example, a classification based on the causative agent of STDs such as bacterial, viral or fungal.

The main factors of STD infection


1. Age: We found that about two-thirds of patients are between teens to 20 years of age, which is the curiosity phase.


2. Frequent and unprotected change of sexual partners can happen to both men and women, including LGBT.

Symptoms of patients with STDs

Initially, there may be no abnormal symptoms or there may be abnormal vaginal discharge, genital sores, urinary incontinence, or other systemic abnormalities. However, it depends on the type of infection and stage of STDs. Therefore, if you experience any unusual symptoms, you should consult your doctor or pharmacist early for proper diagnosis and treatment.


STD prevention

STD prevention

The best prevention of STDs is to abstain from sex. In the unavoidable circumstances, you need to keep the following safety in mind:

  1. Do not change sexual partners too often and wear a condom every time. (For men)

  2. Men must wear a condom every time, especially when having sex with strangers.

  3. Annual examination for infectious diseases or blood tests to look for pathogens that are at risk, especially newly married couples.

  4. Don't have sex if you are menstruating because it can increase your risk of contracting the disease.

  5. Do not have anal sex because it can increase the risk of infection.

How many tests are there for STDs

How many tests are there for STDs?

Our STD cheklist for men and women is as follows:

  1. Physical Examination

  2. VDRL Test

  3. Anti HIV Test

  4. HBSAg Test

  5. HCV Test

  6. Herpes Test

  7. Neisseria gonorrhoeae Test

  8. Internal examination and screening for cervical cancer test (only for women)

Practice for infected patients

  1. Notify the husband/wife or sexual partner for receiving urgent treatment.

  2. Refrain from having sex to prevent the infection from spreading to others.

  3. See a doctor or specialist immediately and follow a doctor's suggestions.

Reference information from Article:
Things to know about sexually transmitted diseases by Ph.K. Kanin Rangsatthong, Faculty of Pharmacy, Thammasat University.

STD Test Program (LoveLove)

STD Test Program 

STDs, or sexually transmitted diseases, are a highly important matter that most people tend to ignore. If we don't protect it first, it could be a problem for us later.

Intouch Medicare would like to invite you to take our STD Test to ensure your health at a reasonable price. You will be comfortable in your relationship. "Don't let the relationship get in trouble, please do a physical check-up before starting a relationship.

For more info and make appointment
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Compiled by Onuma Peanphon, MD.

  Last Update : 09/08/2023

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