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  1. FAQ - Genital Warts FAQs


    Warts aren't pretty and are highly infectious. Best avoided because although they can be treated, they can't be cured. What are they? Warts on the genitals or anus caused by a virus that lives in the skin. What are the main symptoms? Tiny growth ... More

  2. FAQ - Genital Herpes FAQs


    A very painful sexually transmitted infection where blisters develop on your penis. What is it? A virus that produces a red blistering rash on your genitals. What are the main symptoms? Many people will have herpes and not know they have it as it remains ... More

  3. FAQ - Chlamydia FAQs


    Chlamydia is the most common STI but it's not trivial. Untreated it can cause infertility. What is it? Chlmaydia is the most common STIs in the UK and is passed from person to person through sex. It often has no symptoms, especially in men, so you ca ... More

  4. FAQ - Premature Ejaculation FAQs


    Cumming or ejaculating too soon happens to almost everyone at some point. There are plenty of things you can do to overcome it. What is it? Ejaculation which occurs more quickly than a man and his partner would wish, causing problems in a sexual relations ... More

  5. FAQ - Diabetes FAQs


    Diabetes is on the increase and, if undiagnosed, can be very dangerous. What is diabetes? Diabetes is caused by a lack of insulin, the hormone produced by the pancreas that helps the body's cells turn the glucose in the blood into energy. So there ar ... More

  6. FAQ - Klinefelter's Syndrome FAQs


    Klinefelter's syndrome is a genetic condition that only affects males. KS men tend to have less body hair and more feminine features. What is Klinefelter's Syndrome (KS)? In 1942 Dr Harry Klinefelter and his co-workers published a study about ni ... More

  7. FAQ - 'The Snip' FAQs


    A vasectomy is surgery so it's a big step. Be sure. The snip? You're not still on about circumcision. No. The snip is a vasectomy — a medical procedure in which the tubes carrying the sperm from the testicles to the seminal vessel are cut and he ... More

  8. FAQ - 'My erection won't go down' FAQs


    An erection that won't go down is called priapism. It needs treatment if it lasts 4 hour or more. What is it? A prolonged erection that, if left untreated, can damage the penis. It's definitely no joke. What are the main symptoms? Persistent ere ... More

  9. FAQ - 'I can't pee in public' FAQs


    Ever been standing at a public urinal and found you couldn't go? You're not the only one. It even has a name- Paruresis. What is it? Paruresis is a social anxiety disorder which makes the individual physically incapable of passing urine in certa ... More

  10. FAQ - Getting Healthcare FAQs


    Going to the right place for the right treatment can save you a lot of time and help you get the right diagnosis. Accident and Emergency A&E departments assess and treat patients with serious injuries or illnesses. Generally, you should visit A&E ... More