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東京の性病専門  パーソナルヘルスクリニック東京の性病専門パーソナルヘルス
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3-39-3 Fuji building 6F,
Yushima, Bunkyo Ku, Tokyo, 113-0034, Japan

tel:03-5817-441503-5817-4415

営業時間
午後 14:30~17:00 ※1 - 午後12:00~15:00 -
夜間 18:00~22:00 - 夜間16:00~20:00 -

※1 火曜日の14:30- 17:00は電話のみの対応となります

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Sexually Transmittd Infections

Tests and treatments available are

  1. 1. Chlamydia
  2. 2. Gonorrhea
  3. 3. Mycopasma / Ureaplasma
  4. 4. Syphilis
  5. 5. HIV / AIDS
  6. 6. Hepatitis A
  7. 7. Hepatitis B
  8. 8. Hepatitis C
  9. 9. Herpes
  10. 10. HPV & Genital Warts
  11. 11. Trichomoniasis
  12. 12. Candidiasis

Charges for Individual tests and in Sets are available.Treatments are also done within the clinic.

Contraception

Thinking ahead is essential when it comes to sex. It’s easy to get carried away in the moment, but avoiding an unplanned pregnancy and protecting yourself against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is very important.

Oral contraceptives

Thinking ahead is essential when it comes to sex. It’s easy to get carried away in the moment, but avoiding an unplanned pregnancy and protecting yourself against sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is very important.

Oral contraceptives are more commonly just called ‘The Pill’. The main way oral contraception works is by stopping the egg being released from the ovaries, it also thickens the mucus at the neck of the womb (making it harder for sperm to get through) and thins the lining of the womb (making it harder for a fertilised egg to implant). They offer no protection against sexually transmitted infections. There are two types of oral contraceptive – the ‘combined pill’ and the ‘progestogen-only pill’ (also known as the ‘mini pill’).

Combined pill - hormonal contraception
The combined hormonal contraceptive pill (also known as “the pill”, “COC”) is a pill containing two hormones, oestrogen and progestogen.

Mini pill – progestogen only pill
The progestogen only pill, also known as the “mini pill” is a daily pill only containing one hormone - progestogen - and is taken every day without a break. It is good for women who can’t take the combined pill.

Emergency contraception

If you have had sex without using contraception, or a condom has split or come off, emergency contraception could help prevent pregnancy (not STIs). You may also need it if you have missed a pill or are late for a contraceptive injection. But you need to act fast!

When should I take emergency contraception?
Up to 5 days or 120 hours after having unprotected sex. It works better the sooner you take it, so get help quickly. The quicker you take it the less likely you are to get pregnant.

PrEP and PEP

What is PrEP?
Pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) is when people at very high risk for HIV take HIV medicines daily to lower their chances of getting infected.
You can take a pill on an ongoing basis before sex and continued after sex. It’s taken by someone who doesn’t have HIV, to prevent them from getting HIV. The PrEP pill is an antiretroviral drug – the same type of pill taken by someone who already has HIV to treat HIV.

What is PEP?
PEP stands for post-exposure HIV prophylaxis after sexual exposure. It is a four week course of HIV medication you can take after unprotected sex or a condom accident, to reduce the chance of becoming HIV positive.
We can provide PEP at our clinic. Please ask at the information desk..