ZACK MEDICAL CENTER
 

STD CLINIC DUBAI

Discreetly helping those in distress, since 2006 

305, Emgate Building , Sheikh Zayed Road South, Dubai
Same Building as ‘Deals on Wheels’ (Car Showroom)
Opposite Business Bay Metro Station

(Dubai to Jebel Ali Direction), Between Interchange 1 & 2, Exit 49 on Sheik Zayed Road (Immediately after Al Safa Salik Gate)

Nearby Landmarks: Bank of Baroda, Villa Rotana Hotel, Safestway Supermarket.
GPS coordinates: N 25° 11.577’ E 55° 15.629’
 (150 meters away from Exit 2 of Business Bay Metro Station on Red Line)
 
Phone: +971 4 3884 111         Toll Free: 800-STD (783)               Mobile: 050 3821 800       
email@std.co
(Please call us between 9 am and 6 pm  on working days.)
 Working Hours         Location Map

 HIV Testing: Convenient & Confidential            HIV Early Detection Tests

HIV tests: ELISA HIV antigen & antibody, HIV RNA PCR, HIV Proviral DNA

 STD Tests & Treatment*   (Herpes, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis, Hepatitis, Genital Wart)      

Sexual Health Checkup after risky exposure, even when no symptoms. Premarital / Annual Sexual Health Tests.

Same day result (for samples collected before 12 noon; excluding culture and PCR tests)

Assured privacy.  Prior appointment not necessary.  Results by phone or email.

 Nonjudgmental staff.      Specialty clinic, never crowded.   

Private clinic: Serving Expats and Tourists, as well. 

Precision: Our Passion

* We do not treat HIV.  HIV treatment is currently not available in private clinics in UAE. Hepatitis treatment involves hepatology referral.
 

For-Profit Private Clinic     All Services Chargeable    No Telephone Consultation    Test Menu starts at AED 500

Preparation for STD tests: 
Fasting is NOT required. Urine test is a part of STD screen. Please come to the clinic without voiding urine for at least 1 hour.
Initial stream of urine (beginning part of urination) is important for STD tests.

STD tests are best done before starting antibiotics. If you are on antibiotic, inform the doctor.

Discuss the nature of sex with the doctor. Some STDs are tested regionally. For example, Chlamydia and Gonorrhea tested in genitalia will not reveal these infections in throat or rectum.
 Relevant sites should be tested independently based on the nature of the exposure.

 DOCTOR

Zacharias Mathew MBBS MD DVD Dip.NB

STD Graffiti 
 

The information in the medical news section is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Treatments described may not be available in all countries. We do not sell the listed medicines. Drugs may have side effects not mentioned here.


The stigma of a sexually transmitted disease shouldn't keep people from being diagnosed and treated. Having an STD doesn't mean someone is dirty. American Sexual Health Association


Invisible sexuality: Sexual health programs are leaving our a significant proportion of the population –Older Adults


Chlamydia infection rate:   447  per 100,000 people
Gonorrhea infection rate:  106   per 100,000 people
Syphilis infection rate:      5.5   per  100,000 people

STDs in the United States, 2013 National Data: Dec. 16, 2014, report; Center for Disease Control and Prevention


Consistent and correct use of condoms reduces the estimated odds of three common sexually transmitted infections  by almost 60%. Crosby RA, Sexually Transmitted Infections 2012;88:484

 

Errors occur in 15 % of all events that involved condom use.  Errors are: (1) not using a new condom, (2) allowing condoms to contact sharp objects, (3) not using condoms from start to finish of sex, (4) condoms drying out, (5) erection loss during condom use, (6) breakage, (7) slippage during sex, and (8) slippage after sex. Crosby R, Sexually Transmitted Diseases 2012, Advance online

 

Predictors of condom breakage included being paid sex, the condom being too small for the penis, too big for the penis and rough sex. Sexually Transmitted Infections Apr 2012; 88:163

 

HIV-positive women with bacterial vaginosis are three times more likely to pass HIV on to male sexual partners. C Cohen, PLoS Medicine June 26, 2012


Condom use decreased HIV-1 infectivity by 78%. Journal of Infectious Diseases February 1, 2012; 205 (3)

 

Herpes simples 2 positivity in an HIV-1 uninfected person is associated with two fold increased risk of acquiring HIV-1.  Journal of Infectious Diseases February 1, 2012; 205 (3)

 

Human papillomavirus (HPV) infection doubles the risk of HIV acquisition for women: Meta-analysis. Houlihan CF (2012) AIDS 26: online edition


Patients infected with oral HPV type 16 have a fourteen times greater risk of developing HPV related head and neck cancer. Head and Neck Cancer Symposium; January 26, 2012 Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, USA


HPV vaccine recommendation for male: Universal vaccination of boys and targeted vaccination of older ‘men who have sex with men’. BMJ, online 12 May 2015

 

Patients with herpes simplex virus type 2 shed virus in genital secretions with associated risk of transmission of infection. Asymptomatic patients shed virus on 10% of days. Rates of viral shedding are twice as high among who are symptomatic. The number of virus copies shed is similar in both groups. Journal of the American Medical Association April 2011; 305(14):144


Human papillomavirus, especially HPV 16 is a common cause of oro-pharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma. Emerging Infectious Diseases 2010 Nov

 

HIV-1 viral load in the blood of an HIV-infected partner is the single most important factor influencing risk of sexual transmission to an uninfected partner. Journal of Infectious Diseases February 1, 2012 205 (3)


Gonorrhea infection of the pharynx and rectum is usually asymptomatic, but these areas can be reservoirs of infection that can be transmitted during oral or anal sex. The International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research 19th meeting; July 10, 2011; Québec City, Canada

 


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