STD Clinic. Dubai

Trusted Discreet Care, Since 2004

305, Emgate Building, Sheikh Zayed Road south exit 49, Dubai

On opposite side of Business Bay Metro Station (Dubai to Abu Dhabi direction) 

Phone: +97143884111         +971503821800 
Toll Free: 800-STD (800783) 

HIV tests: ELISA Duo, Early Detection PCR  

STD Tests & Treatment 

 Herpes, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Syphilis, Hepatitis, Trichomonas, HPV

 Mycoplasma, Ureaplasma,  Yeast,  Lymphogranuloma, Chancroid 


Same day result  (conditions apply) 

Premarital / Annual Sexual Health Tests.

 Conventional tests & nucleic acid amplification tests

Sexual Health Check-up after risky exposure, even when no symptoms.

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

 Non-judgmental staff.      Specialty clinic, never crowded.  

Confidential, Convenient, Reliable 

 WORKING HOURS                    DOCTOR                      DISCLOSURE                        LOCATION 

Confidential Sexual Health solutions


Complications of Sexually Transmitted infections in women:  Untreated infections can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnancy, infertility, cervical cancer, fetal loss, infant health complications, with a fivefold increase in the risk of HIV acquisition and transmission. WHO. Report on global sexually transmitted infection surveillance. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization 2013

Gay men with hepatitis C are suffering stigma not seen since the HIV/AIDS crisis.

Hepatitis C has taken on the stigma and fear that HIV once carried. Infection disproportionately affects gay and bisexual men.

HPV Vaccination & Oropharyngeal cancer

The incidence of throat cancer is rising rapidly, especially in middle-aged men. More than 70% of new cases are HPV related. Vaccination reduces the risk of HPV infection.  

Risk of STD with pubic hair grooming

One serious danger of grooming pubic hair is that an open wound might increase the risk of getting a sexually transmitted disease

No transmission, when HIV is fully suppressed.

Undetectable HIV equated to no transmission.

Gonorrhea infection of the throat

Gonorrhea in the pharynx is easily missed and is more difficult to treat.

Herpes simplex type 1 infection: Mother-to-newborn Transmission

Pregnant women with herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) antibodies against the virus, pass protection to their offspring.  By contrast, if HSV-1 infection is acquired during pregnancy, the risk of severe outcomes for the newborn is high. 

Hepatitis B vaccine does not confer 100% protection against infection.

Hepatitis B vaccine is effective for the prevention of hepatitis B genotype-A and D. It may not be effective for the prevention genotype F. 

HPV Vaccine may also prevent cancers affecting men

HPV vaccine that cuts the risk of cervical cancer in women, lower the chances of head and neck cancers in men.

Innovative gene-based treatment for Chlamydia.

Macrophage genes IRF5 and IL-10RA are key to limiting chlamydia infection. These genes could be drug targets for treating chlamydia. 

Nearly half of adults are infected with the HPV

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) put them at risk for certain cancers. Vaccine should turn the tide against the virus.

Genital herpes in pregnancy and risk of autism risk in the baby

Children born to mothers who have active genital herpes during pregnancy may be at twice the risk of developing autism: Study 

Drug-Resistant Gonorrhea

Gonorrhea appears to be developing resistance to the two antibiotics that constitute the dual regimen recommended by the CDC.

New vaccine trial against Herpes virus: Too early to celebrate.

The vaccine protects mice from HSV infection. 

Gonorrhea Infection of Throat 

Throat Gonorrhea resists antibiotic treatment

Chlamydia remains the most commonly reported STI

As chlamydia infection often shows no symptoms, the numbers underestimate the true picture.

False-negative type-specific antibody tests in patients with recurrent HSV-1 or HSV-2 PCR positive genital herpes. 

Sexually transmitted viral infections affect sperm quality 

Chronic viral infections can infect sperm and are considered a risk factor in male infertility

Human papillomavirus (HPV) type 16 in Throat Cancer 

Human papilloma virus (HPV) related oropharyngeal carcinoma is increasing in incidence.

Viral hepatitis: Millions are unaware of their infection; testing saves lives.

Left untreated, Hepatitis B and C can cause irreversible liver damage.  Hepatitis A is recognized as a re-emerging health threat. 

Soaring Sexually Transmitted Infections in gay men 

Continued rise in syphilis and gonorrhea is a special concern.