Detailed fact sheets are intended for physicians and individuals with specific questions about sexually transmitted diseases. Detailed fact sheets include specific testing and treatment recommendations as well as citations so the reader can research the topic more in depth. Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted disease STD caused by infection with Chlamydia trachomatis.
Although the epidemic is in decline, prevalence remain high among key affected groups. Thailand hopes to be one of the first countries to end AIDS by However, to achieve this significantly more young people and key affected populations need to be reached.
Those most affected are men who have sex with men, sex workers, transgender people and people who inject drugs.
Spouses of these populations, migrants and prisoners are also more vulnerable to HIV than others. A study has shown that nearly 10 million people avoided HIV transmission because of early intervention programmes with key affected populations between and Unsafe injecting drug use is the second biggest transmission route.
For example, while the rate of new infections through injecting drug use steadily decreased between andthe rate of new infections through male-to-male sex dramatically increased over the same period.
It found that, while there are enough clinics and health personnel in Bangkok to support testing and treatment for all men who have sex with men at risk of HIV, there was limited take up of these services.
Of those 60, considered high-risk, only 14, tested for HIV in the course of a year, of whom 4, were diagnosed HIV-positive. Yet fewer than 1, of these men started taking antiretroviral treatment despite it being available for free.
This may be the result of a lack of information about HIV or a lack of access to services. Globally, transgender people are the most at-risk group of sex workers, with HIV prevalence estimated to be on average nine times higher than for female sex workers and three times higher than for male sex workers.
Discriminatory heath systems, transphobia, family rejection and a lack of access to education and employment all discourage transgender people from seeking HIV services.
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Thailand still operates compulsory detention centres for people who use drugs, which deters many from seeking essential health services. In South-East Asia, HIV prevalence among migrants to Thailand from neighbouring countries is up to four times higher than among the general population.
Fishermen and those working in the sea-food processing industry were particularly likely to pay for sex.Advocates for Youth champions efforts that help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health.
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Australian women accounted for 56 per cent of visits to General Practitioners (GPs) in 07, but the groups of women outlined above face significant barriers to accessing health care services and information.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have significantly lower levels of.
Reproductive coercion is when someone controls whether, and when, you fall pregnant. It is when someone forces you to continue a pregnancy you don't want, or terminate a pregnancy that you did want.
Reducing stigma and discrimination among healthcare workers in Thailand In , the Thai Ministry of Public Health, in collaboration with civil society and international partners, developed initiatives to sensitise healthcare workers in both clinical and non-clinical settings.
Module 2: Unique Barriers to Health Care for Children and Adolescents Introduction. A number of financial and non-financial barriers may delay or prevent poor households from seeking health care for their sick infants and children.
India's constitution guarantees free healthcare for all its citizens, but in practice the private healthcare sector is a responsible for the majority of healthcare in India, and most healthcare expenses are paid out of pocket by patients and their families, rather than through insurance.
All government hospitals are to provide healthcare free of cost.