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Enhancing Sexual Health In Singapore

Good sexual health is not only vital for personal health, but it is also a foundation of strong personal relationships between sexual partners. Learn more about sexual health with our collection of informative articles and resources.

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment In Singapore

Erectile Dysfunction In Singapore: Symptoms, Causes, And Diagnosis

Men’s Sexual Health – Screenings And Treatment

Sexually Transmitted Infections – STIs that are left untreated can have serious health implications, such as damage to organs, nervous systems, and may even infect developing fetuses. 

Erectile Dysfunction  Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive medical procedure that uses sound waves to treat erectile dysfunction. Even in men without erectile dysfunction, it may allow harder and more natural spontaneous erections. Learn more about shockwave therapy in this article

Book your STI screening or shockwave therapy (erection dysfunction treatment) now. 

Dr Plus Basic STD screening package

See A Doctor

If you are looking for a doctor in Singapore for screening or treatment of sexual health matters (STIs, Erectile Dysfunction, etc) here are some to consider:

Dr Kenneth Lee - Aesthetic and Men's Health Doctor In Singapore

MEN’S HEALTH DOCTOR

Dr Kenneth Lee | Preferred Doctor

Dr Plus Aesthetics Clinic

 

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

Dr Fiona Wu – Aare Urology

Dr Ronny Tan – Advanced Urology

Dr Sankeerth Reddy – Zest Clinic

Dr Michael Wong – International Urology, Fertility and Gynaecology Centre

Clin Asst Prof Teo Jin Kiat – Changi General Hospital

A/Prof Edmund Chiong – National University Hospital

Dr Ng Tze Kiat – Singapore General Hospital

STI Screening / Testing

Dr Nicole Chan – Artisan Health Clinic

Dr Tan Kok Kuan – Dr. Tan Medical Center

Dr Reginald Tang – Cross Street Medical Clinic

DTAP Express Clinic

Kensington Family Clinic

Shim Clinic

Dr Lee Pei Hua – National Centre for Infectious Diseases

DSC Clinic (public clinic)

 

Financials

STI screenings and erectile dysfunction treatments are not claimable under Medisave.

Check with CPF on the latest MediSave policies.

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FAQs

Is there a difference between erectile dysfunction and impotence?

The 2 terms technically refer to the same thing and can be used interchangeably. The word “impotence” may carry a negative connotation to some people however, whereas “erectile dysfunction” has a more neutral connotation.

Must I see a doctor for erectile dysfunction?

Most men would experience some degree of erectile dysfunction at some time in their life. Often, these may be  due to temporary circumstances such as work stress or fatigue. If the condition persists, you should consider consulting a doctor.

Is erectile dysfunction a symptom of a serious health condition?

Persistent erectile dysfunction may be caused by poor cardiovascular health which resulted in blockages of arteries supplying blood to the penis. Consult a doctor if the condition persists. Consider also going for regular health screenings to monitor your overall health.

Can a person get an STI without sex?

It is rare, but possible to contract an STI without sexual contact. Some STI scan be transmitted via contaminated food, contaminated fabric such as shared towels, beddings and clothing, and contaminated surfaces, such as shared toothbrushes, razors, or unwashed sex toys.

Should I get screened or tested for STIs?

Even without symptoms, you should consider STI screening if you are sexually active, especially if you have had vaginal, anal or oral sex with a new partner. Pregnant women should  also undergo testing.

Additional Resources

  1. STD/STI | Cross Street Medical Clinic. Available from: https://www.crossstreetmedical.com.sg/stdsti/
  2. Understanding the Impacts of Sexually Transmitted Infections | Life Sciences Intelligence. Available from: https://lifesciencesintelligence.com/features/understanding-the-impacts-of-sexually-transmitted-infections
  3. STIs and Cancer | American Sexual Health Association. Available from: https://www.ashasexualhealth.org/stis-and-cancer
  4. Sexually-Transmitted Infections | National Centre For Infectious Diseases. Available from: https://www.ncid.sg/Health-Professionals/Diseases-and-Conditions/Pages/Sexually-Transmitted-Infections.aspx
  5. Getting Support (for STIs) | HealthHub. Available from: https://www.healthhub.sg/live-healthy/gettingsupportstis
  6. Treatment Options For Erectile Dysfunction | Dr Plus Aesthetics Clinic. Available from: https://drplusaestheticsclinic.com/blog/treatment-options-for-erectile-dysfunction/
  7. Erectile Dysfunction | Singapore Urological Association. Available from: https://sua.sg/erectile-dysfunction/
  8. Impotence (Erectile dysfunction) | Singapore General Hospital. Available from: https://www.sgh.com.sg/patient-care/conditions-treatments/Impotence
  9. Erectile Dysfunction in Cardiovascular Disease | Singapore General Hospital. Available from:  https://www.sgh.com.sg/patient-care/conditions-treatments/erectile-dysfunction-in-cardiovascular-disease 
  10. Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (erectile dysfunction) | SingHealth. Available from: https://www.singhealth.com.sg/patient-care/conditions-treatments/ESWT-Erectile-Dysfunction

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