FAQ

Q1. When should I see my health care provider about menstrual irregularities?

A. As soon as you notice any changes in your menstrual cycle. It may indicate other health problems.

Q2. Do I have to get Pap smear test every year?

A. The frequency of the Pap smear test depends on your recent Pap smear test. If negative, 2 years.

Q3. Is my visit confidential?

A. Absolutely! We cannot share any information with anyone without your permission, including your family.

Q4. Should I get tested for STDs even though I do not show symptom?

A. Yes. If you have engaged in unprotected sex, getting tested for STDs is important. Many STD infections do not show symptoms.

Q5. Why do females have urinary tract infections (UTI) more often than male?

A. This is because, women’s urethras are shorter than men. It creating a quicker pathway for bacteria to reach the bladder.

Additionally, a women’s urethral opening is directly near more sources of bacteria, such as the anus and vagina creating the environment for infection.

Q6. I have vaginal discharge, what should I do?

A. Vaginal discharge can be normal, but it can also indicate that presence of an infection. You should see doctor if you notice anything unusual.

Q7. What other facilities do you have in your clinic?

  • Ultrasound
  • Swab test
  • Rapid test

From nose: influenza, RSV, Adeno

From Throat: Mycoplasma, streptococcus

From Blood: Dengue test

  • Other culture test

Vaginal, pus, abscess

  • Urine test
  • STD screening
  • Pap smear
  • Vaccine

etc..