Diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) have increased dramatically in recent years. The reason is a relaxation in the adoption of preventive measures due to decreased fear of infection from human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

It is important to remember that they can cause serious health problems and are one of the leading causes of infertility in young women, so early diagnosis and treatment are essential. Moreover, 60% are asymptomatic or have non-specific symptoms, which may go unnoticed.

When is a visit advised

  • If you are a carrier of an STI and do not want to infect your partner.
  • You feel discomfort, pain, itching or have a rash on your genital organs.
  • You have had unprotected sex with somebody you don't know.
  • You have a new partner and want to rule out a possible infection.

Why choose us

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) - Team of professionals with extensive experience

Team of professionals with extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections.

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) - Andrology unit

Andrology unit specialising in male sexual health with maximum discretion.

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) - Integrated circuit of medical care

Integrated circuit of medical care: diagnoses, treatments, consultations and surgery are performed centrally on the same premises.

Testimony

Marc, aged 35, Sitges

"This summer, I had unsafe sex after a party and felt really bad afterwards. I was very worried that I'd caught an infection, but I didn’t dare ask about it. After my visit to Dexeus Mujer and some blood tests, they ruled out any contagion and gave me some advice on how to manage this type of situation better."

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