ZACK MEDICAL CENTER, DUBAI
(Sexually Transmitted Diseases)
Discreet medical help for those in distress
STI Test & Treatment
Trusted care, since 2004
HIV Test Confidential & Convenient (ELISA), HIV Early Detection Tests (PCR)
STD Tests: HIV, Herpes, Gonorrhoea, Chlamydia, Syphilis, Hepatitis, Trichomonas, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma, HPV, CMV, EBV, BV, Yeast, Molluscum, Scabies, Crabs
STD Treatment: Gonorrhoea, Chlamydia, Herpes, Syphilis, Trichomonas, Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma, BV, Yeast, Molluscum, Scabies, Crabs
Sexual Health Check up after risky exposure, even when no symptoms. Premarital / Annual Sexual Health Tests.
Speciality Clinic, Never crowded, Non-judgemental staff, Assured privacy, Results by Phone or Email
Same day result (for samples collected before 12 noon; excluding culture and PCR tests)
Conventional & PCR Lab Tests
305, Emgate Building, Sheikh Zayed Road south, Dubai
Same Building as ‘Deals on Wheels’ Car Showroom
(Dubai to Jebel Ali Direction), Between Interchange 1 & 2, Exit 49 on Sheik Zayed Road (Immediately after Al Safa Salik Gate)
Nearby Landmarks: Bank of Baroda, Villa Rotana Hotel, Safestway Supermarket.
GPS coordinates: N 25° 11.577’ E 55° 15.629’
(150 meters away from Exit 2 of Business Bay Metro Station on Red Line)
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Treatments described may not be available in all countries. We do not sell the listed medicines. Drugs may have side effects not mentioned here.
Testing for human papillomavirus (HPV) infection is more reliable than PAP smear in cervical cancer screening. In women aged 25 years and upwards, HPV testing should be done every 3 years. Huh WK, et al., Gynecologic Oncology, online 8 January 2015
Circumcision reduces the acquisition and persistence of high HPV viral loads in men. V Senkomago et al J Infect Dis. (2015) 211 (5): 811
HPV contributes to 40% of cases of penile cancer, with types 16 and 18 being most common. Flaherty A. et al Urologic Oncology 2014;32(1):53.e1-8
HPV negativity was associated with a very low risk of cervical cancer. Persistent detection of carcinogenic HPV significantly increased the long term risk, even when the cytology is normal. Therefore, it is useful to perform repeated HPV testing following an initial positive test. Journal of National Cancer Institute 2011 Sep 21;103(18):1387