Phone 01634 401226
A Sauna complex for Gay & Bisexual Men
ME1 Sauna 2018
All infections are on the increase, please get tested.
ME1 Sauna is proud to have a Male Clinical Nurse Specialist
Attending ME1 Sauna
IF YOU WISH TO BE TESTED
PLEASE DO NOT PASS WATER TWO HOURS BEFORE YOU COME IN, MANY THANKS
25/10/18 10am to 2pm
BE AWARE :THAT ALL SEXUAL INFECTIONS ARE ON THE RISE IN KENT AND MEDWAY, IT IS ADVISED THAT EVERYONE WHO HAS MULITIPLE PARTNERS HAS AN STI SCREEN AT LEAST TWICE A YEAR
Syphillis is one of these infections, which is on the increase,you may not get any symptons. It can take up to 90 days to be detected after acquiring this infection. It is detected via a blood test. Oral sex without a condom, is a way of transmitting SYPHLIS.
NO APPOINTMENT NECCESSARY
If you do not want to use the sauna facilities, and just want a screen for sexual infections, you do not need to pay the enterance fee.
All our services are free and strictly confidental.
We undertake a full sexual health history & a full sexual health screen, which looks for sexually transmitted infections, including......
Hepatitis B ( offered vaccinations where needed)
Hepatitis C (where relevant)
Chiamydia, including LGV (ifg deteced in the bottom)
Also observation for Herpes, genital warts, candida, etc.ssts
Other tests will be undertaken depending on the information provided to the Health Care Professional. We also provide advice and support.
Tests will be taken within a private room within the venue to protect confidentiaity.
These tests are done via a blood test. swabs from the throat, bottom and a urine sample. Test results will take on adverage 7 to 10 days to come back.
In certain circumstances blood results can come back within 3 days, this will be discussed by the person undertaking your tests.
Vaccinations to help protect against Hepatities B can be offered within the same venue also. Hepatites B is an infection that is 100 times more infectious than HIV. this can lead to cirrohosis of the liver as well as liver cancer. Provention is better then cure.
These services are provided by Kent Community NHS Foundation Trust and Medway Public Health.