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We have produced this collection of royalty-free high quality images of STIs as an educational resource to our local and international colleagues. The images on this site are free to download for teaching purposes, but we ask you not to redistribute the images. Point your colleagues to this site instead and request that you do not alter the images in any way, apart from necessary resizing.
GP-Assist provides accessible information about treatment of the more common STIs and includes simple tools such as partner letters and fact sheets for GPs to use in discussing partner notification. The partner notification letter and fact sheets provide a mechanism for the index patient to contact partners and also creates an opportunity to enhance case finding of asymptomatic individuals.
Syphilis rates continuing to rise in Victoria. Almost all cases are men who have sex with men. Syphilis is transmitted by unprotected anal and oral sex and skin to skin contact during sex.
"Symptoms are varied and sometimes may not appear"
Syphilis is easily treated with antibiotics but it can lead to complications if not diagnosed and treated early.
Screening/ testing is done with a simple blood test which your GP can arrange for you. MSHC recommends at least an annual screening for syphilis in men who have sex with men.
This website has been to help people who have been diagnosed with Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, Mycoplasma genitalium, Syphilis and Trichomonas to tell their sexual partners that they might also be at risk.
Sexually transmissible infections (STIs) are common and anyone who is sexually active can catch one. It can be hard to know if you have an STI as often there are no signs. This service is designed to help you decide which tests you might need to check for STIs. It only takes about 3 minutes to complete.
Health Map helps you take charge of your health. If you have HIV, you can use this site to guide you to get the most out of your visits to the doctor or other health care providers.