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On this website you will find information on sexually transmitted infections (STI) for male sex workers with female and/or male clients.

  • In most cases these STIs are caused by viruses or bacteria.  
  • Sometimes a parasite or another organism causes the infection.
  • Most STIs are transmitted by unsafe sexual contact. 
  • They are transmitted through the mucous membrane (moist lining) of the vagina, penis, mouth, throat and anus or in the pre-cum, sperm or blood.  
  • You do not always know that you are infected, and thus infect others unknowingly.  
  • Some STIs have serious consequences if they are not treated.  
  • Most STIs can be treated well provided you react in time.
  • When your penis, mouth or anus has unprotected contact with the penis, anus, vagina and/or mouth of your sex partner, you can get infected or infect others. Therefore we advice you to always use a condom or dental dam.

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Did you know that

 Did you know:

  • That you can “only” get a sexually transmitted infection by having unsafe sex with an infected person?
  • That there are often no complaints?
  • That also without complaints you can infect others?
  • That STIs do not just disappear?
  • That you can’t wash them away?
  • That it is best to see a doctor?
  • That most STIs can be treated well?
  • That when you have an STI, it is best to inform your sex partner, so that he/she can also have a test and, if necessary, a treatment?
  • That when you have an STI, it increases the chance of contracting other STIs and HIV?
  • That when you are tested and treated in time, it helps to prevent the expansion and transmission of the infection to others?
  • That as long as you are not treated, you can infect others?

 

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Bacterial infections

 

Viral infections

 

Other STIs

Be careful: the treatment described for each infection is the first choice.  It is always possible that your doctor uses another treatment for personal medical reasons. You must always discuss the treatment with your doctor.