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Topic "Sexual Health" in Korean - total 24 documents

Title: Anyone can get condoms: Safe sex. No regrets.
Summary: How to practise safe sex to avoid sexually transmitted infections and HIV. Includes information on negotiating safe sex, safe sex and overseas travel, and how to use a condom correctly

Title: Bacterial vaginosis
Summary: General information on Bacterial vaginosis, how to diagnose it, how to get tested for it and how to cure it. In BV, there is a change in the normal balance of vaginal bacteria, which can result in an unpleasant odour and/or discharge in some women. However, the actual cause of BV remains unclear and is the subject of current research studies.

Title: Balanitis
Summary: Balanitis is inflammation of the glans (head) of the penis. The most common symptom of balanitis is a blotchy red rash, which may be itchy.

Title: Being a healthy woman
Summary: An educational resource for women with intellectual disability, their families, health care providers, carers and support workers

Title: Chlamydia - from Melbourne Sexual Health Centre
Summary: Chlamydia trachomatis is the most common bacterial sexually transmitted infection in our community. It affects both women and men, including men who have sex with men. In women it causes an infection of the cervix and in men it infects the urethra. Less commonly Chlamydia can infect the anus or can also cause conjunctivitis (inflammation of the eye).

Title: Chlamydia - from NSW Multicultural Health Communication Service
Summary: Contents: What is chlamydia? How do you catch chlamydia? How do you know if you have been infected with chlamydia? Is there a test for chlamydia? What is the treatment for chlamydia? Are there any complications? Do sexual partners need treatment? How is chlamydia prevented?

Title: Common Vaginal and Vulval Conditions
Summary: Bilingual Factsheet on basic information on common vaginal discharge and vulval conditions - contact numbers only valid in NSW

Title: Genital Herpes (HSV)
Summary: Causes, symptoms and treatment of genital herpes, including advice on coping with a recurrence, and the correct use of condoms.

Title: Genital skin care
Summary: Genital skin is very sensitive. Many genital skin irritations are not caused by STIs. 3 key facts for good genital skin care: avoid irritants , keep dry and don’t scratch or rub.

Title: Genital warts- Human papillomavirus (HPV)
Summary: Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the name of a group of viruses that includes more than 100 different types that cause infection on the skin surface. Certain types of HPV cause warts on the hands or feet, while others can cause visible genital warts. However, sometimes HPV infection causes no warts, and many people with genital HPV do not know they have it. The wart virus is mostly cleared naturally by the body’s immune system.

Title: Gonorrhoea
Summary: Gonorrhoea is caused by the bacteria, Neisseria gonorrhoeae, which can cause an infection of the urethra, cervix, anus, throat and eyes. Rarely gonorrhoea can infect the bloodstream and cause fever, joint pain and skin lesions.

Title: Help for infertile couples
Summary: Causes and treatment of infertility in men and women.

Title: Herpes
Summary: Genital herpes is caused by herpes simplex virus (HSV), either HSV-1 or HSV-2. HSV gains entry to the body through the delicate membranes of the genital tract, mouth, and anus, or through tiny abrasions in the skin (initial infection). The virus then enters adjacent nerve tissue, where it persists but is generally kept under control by immune cells in healthy skin. However, certain factors, especially trauma to the skin, result in weakening of the skin’s protective immunity and release of virus particles onto the skin surface (recurrent infection.)

Title: HIV testing and results
Summary: HIV stands for human immunodeficiency virus. HIV is a virus that attacks the body’s immune system, and if left untreated can lead to AIDS.á Many people do not notice any symptoms. Symptoms may include a flu-like illness, swollen lymph nodesáand skin rash.

Title: Molluscum contagiosum
Summary: Molluscum contagiosum (MC) is a harmless skin infection caused by a pox virus. Symptoms may include small pimples or lumps that are sometimes mistaken for warts. Lesions, if left untreated, may persist for 6-18 months before spontaneously resolving.

Title: Mycoplasma genitalium Mg
Summary: A bacterium that infects the urethra, cervix and anus. It is sexually transmitted by unprotected vaginal and anal sex.

Title: Non-gonococcal urethritis (NGU)
Summary: Information about non-gonoccocal urethritis, a common sexually transmitted infection in men, including causes, prevention and complications. Includes information about how to use a condom correctly.

Title: PrEP Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
Summary: PrEP is "Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis" for HIV. The goal of PrEP is to prevent HIV infection if you are exposed to HIV. This is done by taking a pill every day, called Truvada«, that contains two HIV medications.áThese are the same medicines used to stop the virus from growing in people who are already infected.

Title: Syphilis
Summary: Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection. This resource explains how it is transmitted, the different types of syphilis, and treatment.

Title: The Male Condom
Summary: Bilingual information sheet about the male condom, including what a condom is, how it works, how to use it, side effects and where to get them. NSW contact details.

Title: Thrush
Summary: Caused by an overgrowth of yeasts within the vagina. áThis resource explains what trush is, how it is transmitted and possible treatments.

Title: Urinary Tract Infection (UTI)
Summary: Inflammation of the urethra (the urine passage). This resource explains what a Urinary Tract Infection - UTI is, the symptoms and how it can be treated.

Title: When menopause affects relationships
Summary: Information on how menopause can affect sexuality, including solutions to common problems.

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