Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
Same day results.
At the Skin Specialists Clinic Uganda, we offer STI and STD testing options plus any advice, information or support you need – including contraception, fertility and pregnancy.
We offer same-day results for many of our STD tests and STI checks.
We also test for multiple STIs or STDs with our screening options. We have both standard and fast-track options depending on how quick you would like your results – your options will be discussed with one of our highly experienced doctors to ensure you tested for the correct conditions based on your concerns or symptoms.
Treatments and medications can also be dispensed in our sexual health clinics for a quick and seamless visit.
STI Testing and Management
Helping to prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections
Early detection can help to successfully treat STIs
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are infections that can be passed through sexual activity and sometimes during childbirth.
When STIs are treated early, you can prevent many of the negative outcomes of STIs, including infertility in both men and women. Testing and treatment are important for sexually active people and for pregnant women.
There are many different types of STIs. Some of these have symptoms, while others don’t. Some symptoms may take longer to appear. If you have an STI but have no symptoms, you could still pass the STI on to other sexual partners.
If you’re ready to visit us, book an appointment to reduce your waiting time at the clinic.
In women and men:
- Pain when you urinate
- Itching, burning or tingling around the genitals
- Blisters, sores, spots or lumps around the genitals or anus
- Black powder or tiny white dots in your underwear – this could be droppings or eggs from pubic lice.
- Yellow or green vaginal discharge
- Discharge that smells
- Bleeding between periods or after sex
- Pain during sex
- Lower abdominal pain.
- Discharge from the penis
- Irritation of the urethra (the tube urine comes out of).
These symptoms may also be because of other reproductive health issues, not just STIs. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is best that you come for a consultation so we can help to identify and treat the problem.