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  1. Dear All, We are part of the local Buyer's Club in Singapore. Selling generic versions of HIV medicines for patients living with HIV. These are cheaper than those branded ones sold at local hospital pharmacies. All that is required is a valid prescription for the medicines that the patients' need. Apart from the usual 3 in 1 pill taken once daily of Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate 300mg, Emtricitabine 200mg and Efavirenz 600mg, there are other options such as Rilpivirine 25mg, Raltegravir 400mg twice daily and Dolutegravir 50mg. Also, generic Descovy is now available (Tenofovir Alafenamide 25mg, Emtricitabine 200mg). Patients can also look forward to the new 3 in 1 pill that combines Descovy (TAF 25mg, FTC 200mg) with Dolutegravir 50mg. Do discuss this information with your doctor. We (at Buyers Club) provide patients with affordable options that are available and accessible. We hope that by doing this, we can contribute significantly to our Community efforts to bring down HIV infection rates to zero. Do help us spread the word around, especially to those who need it the most. Thank you. Hotspunk WhatsApp +65 97531592
  2. Shin Min Daily News 新明日报 Man molest man! A middle aged man was charged for hiding in a male's toilet and subsequently molesting a 29 year old man. The molested 29yo man was using the toilet at HDB Hub Toa Payoh when he met the molester. The molester not only watched him from the opposite cubicle, and also molested his legs by touching them through the gap below the partition. The 29 year old man was shocked and ran out of the toilet immediately. This molest case occurred in 19 Nov 2004, at around 6:30pm at Toa Payoh HDB Hub. The molester was a 44 year old man named Hong Ya Sai. He is a computer promoter. He was charged this morning in court. Hong Ya Sai was wearing a blue T-Shirt and was medium built. He faced a charge for molestation and another for peeping. He is out on bail of S$12,000. The case will be adjoured to 24 Oct 2005. According to the courts, the molestation happened at the 3rd level toilet of Toa Payoh HDB Hub.
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    We hope that everyone is keeping well during this time. As we are not able to hold our usual workshops, the Gayhealth team will be presenting a series of webinars as part of our continued outreach efforts to keep connected with the community. We will be hosting a webinar once a month, from April to June on Zoom and will be joined by specialist speakers in the respective topics. Kicking off the series on 25th of April (Saturday) at 11am, is a presentation on “Common STIs affecting GBQ Men and PrEP use”. Since you are are doing your part by staying home, why not join us online! Register to attend here: https://tinyurl.com/ghsgwebinar
  5. We hope that everyone is keeping well during this time. As we are not able to hold our usual workshops, the Gayhealth team will be presenting a series of webinars as part of our continued outreach efforts to keep connected with the community. We will be hosting a webinar once a month, from April to June on Zoom and will be joined by specialist speakers in the respective topics. Kicking off the series on 25th of April (Saturday) at 11am, is a presentation on “Common STIs affecting GBQ Men and PrEP use”. Since you are are doing your part by staying home, why not join us online! Register to attend here: https://tinyurl.com/ghsgwebinar
  6. Hi All, Thanks for all those enquiries. Keep them coming in. Many guys are now on PreP and taking it as an additional precaution to preventing HIV. PEP is also available for those who think they have been exposed to HIV. But its efficacy is a window period of 72 hours and less. For those who are co-infected with Hepatitis C, there are now generic versions of Sofosbuvir, Ledipasvir and Daclatasvir. These are now much more affordable. Do talk with your doctors and/or healthcare professionals about it. Generics are cost saving drugs, that can stretch your dollar and go a long way. Best wishes and stay safe, Hotspunk +6597531592
  7. Hi, I am currently working in Singapore on EP, and have met a few people on BW and other forums for random hookups last year. Unfortunately in the heat of moment, quite a few of these encounters were unprotected. I am up for yearly health check and want to do a self check or a clinical test which is anonymous for HIV before going for that. For EP most clinic if they detect HIV, have to report it to MOM. My concern is to be aware of my status so I can have ease of mind. Last test in Mar 2019 was negative
  8. The recent death of former US president George W. Bush is burying the US under an avalanche of eulogizing of the famous man. Here is an article that is a little less flattery of the man, who held back on an adequate response to the AIDS epidemic. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/opinion-george-hw-bush-lgbtq_us_5c0366ffe4b0606a15b5efa7 The Media Is Erasing George H.W. Bush’s Catastrophic Harm To LGBTQ People It’s no surprise that after the death of former president George H.W. Bush we’re seeing media pundits, advocates and popular historians promote a rosy view of his tenure as president. In the era of Donald Trump, there’s a tendency to portray every Republican leader of the past in a nostalgic, sugar-coated way. The first thing that caught my eye was a report on CNN’s website that included a tweet from the president of Covenant House, a charity that runs shelters across the U.S. for homeless youth and which has a historical connection to the Catholic Church. The tweet included photos of the former president and the late first lady Barbara Bush hugging children, implying that Bush was an important advocate for people with AIDS. Perhaps that was what Bush “believed,” but it was far from the truth. Bush was as captive to the evangelical right on social issues — and thus a decidedly Republican president — as was his predecessor, Ronald Reagan, who cultivated religious conservatives as a potent political force and bowed to their anti-LGBTQ agenda as the AIDS epidemic mushroomed in the 1980s. Reagan’s history of callously ignoring the epidemic while thousands died is well-documented. Bush, at the outset of his term, promised a “kinder, gentler” presidency than the man he’d served under as vice president. He even gave a speech on the AIDS epidemic in 1990, which was long on compassion but short on strategy and commitment to funding. During the speech, in fact, Urvashi Vaid, an invited guest and then the executive director of the prominent National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, now the National LGBTQ Task Force, took the unprecedented and heroic act of standing up and holding a sign, “Talk Is Cheap. AIDS Funding Is Not.” Bush, in the end, bowed to the same extremists Reagan did when it came to AIDS and LGBTQ rights. As The Washington Post noted, Bush allowed evangelicals to mature as a movement within the GOP after Reagan brought them in, rather than pushing back.
  9. Pretty useful guide for where to get PrEP in Bangkok! https://dearstraightpeople.com/2019/11/30/prep-guide-bangkok/
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    PrEP available in Cyberjaya, in Klinik Familink. Need to do screening first. Lower price compared to other places. RM150/bottle Got anonymous HIV screening also.
  11. a friend of mine is infected with syphillis and hes so scared and worried abt the pain of getting the intramuscular injection. can someone share or advise that syphillis oral antibiotic treatment is effective enough to get rid of it? thanks
  12. What we choose to do or to be affects how we are seen by potential partners – whether we are sticky like yogurt or sexy like chocolate-dipped cherry. What should you do to find the guy you want? This workshop is for anyone who is finding Mr Right or want to be Mr Right.Food is provided!Contact us at pinkcarpet@gayhealth.sgDISCLAIMER: Our workshop aims to educate the GBQ(Gay, Bi, Questioning) community on sexual health and our topics will contain activities that may be provocative. If you are sensitive to such content, please reconsider from signing up. Sign up here: https://tinyurl.com/bakendate
  13. Pink Carpet Y (PCY) is gayhealth.sg’s new resource centre for young Gay, Bisexual, Queer or Questioning (GBQ) men below the age of 25. This is a peer-led programme that is run by young GBQ men just like yourself. As a resource centre, you can access the following services: · Drop-In Centre · Life Skills workshops · Social Gatherings · Peer Counselling · Free HIV Testing The drop-in centre provides a safe space and opportunities for you to make new friends through games, theatres, movies and quizzes. You can access free HIV and Syphilis testing after each drop-in session. For more information, please visit our website at https://www.gayhealth.sg/community/pcy/
  14. The Pink Carpet Y Cohort Study is a research collaboration between the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore, and the Pink Carpet Y program by Action for AIDS Singapore and Gayhealth.sg, supported and funded by the Singapore Population HEalth ImpRovement Centre (SPHERiC) Seed Fund. We are looking to enroll a total of 600 gay/bisexual/queer, cisgender/transgender men who are 18 to 25 years old, Singapore citizens or permanent residents, and who are HIV-negative or are unsure of their status. Upon enrollment, you will be asked to fill out a total of 3 online surveys over the course of one year - once at the start, at the 6-month mark, and at the 12-month mark. We are interested in finding out more about your mental and sexual health as a gay, bisexual or queer man living in Singapore. You will receive up to $50.00 cash for participating in this study. Please feel free to contact us at pcycohort@gmail.com should you have any queries or doubts and we will be happy to address them. Enroll at www.pcycohort.com now! Hi All! We are introducing a referral scheme that will benefit both existing and new participants: How to refer your friends Step 1: Pass your friends your unique study ID. Your unique study ID is {{ Participant ID }} Step 2: Refer your friends to the enrollment survey, not the baseline survey! The enrollment survey link can be found here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/pcycohort Step 3: We have amended the enrollment survey to include a question at the end of the survey that will require your friend to enter a referral code (i.e. your unique ID). Step 4: Upon completion of the baseline survey, both you and your friend get an additional $5.00 each. What if I already referred my friends before the implementation of this referral scheme? Step 1: If you did refer a friend, find out their unique study ID. Step 2: Submit both your own and your friend's unique study ID to pcycohort@gmail.com. Step 3: If both you and your friend have already completed the baseline survey, we will disburse an additional $5.00 each to you and your friend. Some important terms You are only eligible for the $5.00 if your friend meets the eligibility criteria to participate, and completes the baseline survey. There is no limit to the number of friends you can refer, but we will cut off recruitment by 31 July 2019 or when we reach 600 participants.
  15. Hey guys, Songkran is happening soon in a matter of days. We are offering a comprehensive travel medication kit at our clinic. It consists of the usual medication for cough and cold, diarrhea, stomachache, vomiting. Wound care pack, thermometer, plasters , condoms and lube. We have limited stocks so do book your kit early to avoid disappointments. taufiq@dtapclinic.com
  16. Just wondering, not really HIV positive, if ever your result on AHT is positive, will the clinic report it to any government health agency?
  17. Hello Everyone! We are a group of PrEP activists based in Europe and Asia who started a site called PrEP Online to make access to PrEP more convenient and affordable for people around the world. For those of you who don’t know, PrEP is a pill approved by the World Health Organization that you can take daily to reduce the risk of contracting HIV by up to 99%. We believe that PrEP is a game-changing drug and an important weapon in the fight against HIV. Our goal is to help spread awareness and make access to PrEP more convenient and affordable to people worldwide. We work directly with US FDA-approved manufacturers of generic PrEP to supply it at a low cost - you can get a month’s supply from just $27 on our site, with shipping to your doorstep included. Our shipping and packaging is absolutely discreet for those of you who are concerned. Order PrEP: https://getpreponline.com/shop/ Learn more about PrEP: https://getpreponline.com/prep-info/ Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions! PrEP Online Team
  18. There was an incident recently where I had a small skin "sensitivity" near the private areas. I was deciding whether to ignore it or goto see my family doctor. I decided to see a new doctor for treatment. I registered using a christian name and told the registration that I was a foreign talent and thus do not have a NRIC. The good news is that the doctor told me that it was a common "skin reaction" that had nothing to do with sex. A little cream and a review one week later and I was cured. After that incident, I think that it is good that we should know some PLU friendly medical practitioners. a. We are more comfortable when you speak to them about the medical condition and if necessary the real context of how we may have got it. b. They probably know our concerns and can address it more directly. c. Sometimes you may want to bring your partner along who will need to learn how to take care of you. eg post circumcision care Anyone can recommend PLU friendly doctors. Post or PM me. If required, I can keep the information private. Related : Anyone can recommend PLU friendly lawyers and financial counsultants that can provide professional advise.
  19. Hey not sure whether this is the right place to ask but does anyone knows where I can get Prep ni Klang valley area?
  20. Just want to share this here, this is indeed worrying. Hope everyone here practice safe sex and be safe. Remember to do the occasional checkups especially if you're sexually active with multiple partners http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/361-new-cases-of-hiv-reported-between-jan-and-oct-moh-9459194
  21. Being Sure Is Sexy What’s your sign? Are you a Mr. Mind Blowing Sex or are you Mr. & Mrs. Unforgettable Sex? Pink Carpet wants to make the experience as simple, safe, and appropriate for the community. Fill up the form below and a FREE HIV test coupon will be e-mailed to you. Regular testing puts you in control of your HIV and STI status, allowing you to protect your health and the health of your sexual partners. However, we understand that taking an HIV test can be a very stressful event, and that’s why we are here for you. Visit www.gayhealth.sg/kys to claim your complimentary HIV test.
  22. It will make my day if ya'll can help complete this 1 minute questionnaire for my university project on improving healthcare and medical services for the LGBT community! http://bit.ly/2nQ3CY0 Thank you in advance love ya'll!
  23. Maybe I'm not supposed to ask this here but I'm still gonna try it. 2 years ago, I had gay sex with a guy. Whatever we did was kiss, and 69 blowjob(boring) then after I went home, weeks or months later, I realized a lump growing on my glans. Also, it slowly spread to the base of my glans this year. They seemed to grow uncontrollably under my glans. But the one bump remained one, on the glan itself. It kinda enlarged a little compared to last year. Now it's like 2mm-3mm or 4, likely 3. Characteristics: Solid, round, white in colour/bright coloured I suppose. And most of all, rock solid solid like I first mentioned. Harder than my glans when erected. Why did I say I suppose it's bright? My frenulum is not detached and my foreskin has not completely dissolved. As a matter of fact, I can't retract my foreskin completely because 11/20 of it is still intact! Like it's glued. And the spots are growing like below it. I can only see their existence by stretching and sliding my foreskin, to see a not moving, still white (to my eye with foreskin filter) object on my glans of course. I am freaking worried about my condition, for like months since last November. Oh yes, there are roughly 20- spots on my one is that are hard and of different sizes. Please help me out people I'm really afraid to see a doctor sorry. And thanks a lot.
  24. http://www.smh.com.au/federal-politics/political-news/hiv-has-nowhere-to-go-now-breakthrough-drug-prep-to-be-approved-for-public-subsidy-20180207-p4yzkt.html EXCLUSIVE FEBRUARY 8 2018 - 12:15AM SAVE PRINT LICENSE ARTICLE 'HIV has nowhere to go now': Breakthrough drug PrEP to be approved for public subsidy Adam Gartrell A revolutionary HIV drug that will liberate thousands of gay Australians from the fear of sex will almost certainly be approved for federal subsidy this week, in a watershed moment in the decades-long fight against AIDS. Hopes are high particularly in the gay community that the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee will on Friday issue a long-awaited "positive recommendation" for Truvada, commonly known as PrEP. Fairfax Media understands Health Minister Greg Hunt will then move quickly to list the drug on the Pharamaceutical Benefits Scheme. That will bring the price of the drug from as much as $10,000 a year down to just $39.50 per script, or just a couple of hundred dollars a year. An estimated 31,000 people - mostly gay and bisexual men - will benefit from the move, including Gavin Prendergast. The 46-year-old Sydney man has been on the drug as part of a trial for the past 18 months and says it has taken the fear out of sex. "I was around for the whole Grim Reaper thing," Mr Prendergast said, referring to the notorious 1980s AIDS advertising scare campaign. "The fear was hammered into me early on: if you don't use condoms you're going to get AIDS and you're going to die. Sex back then was always tinged with a little bit of paranoia or fear. What if I slip up, what if I don't use a condom? "Now we have a pill that can basically guarantee you're not going to get HIV. It's a pretty monumental change. The fear is disappearing." New Zealand on Wednesday became one of the first countries in the world to publicly fund PrEP, meaning it will be subisdised from March 1. With PBAC's decision due on Friday afternoon, Australia is set to follow suit. The antiretroviral drug is so popular among gay men - the people most likely to contract HIV - experts say it will slash the number of transmissions across the country. The drug is up to 99 per cent effective. The drug was approved for use as a pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) in 2016 but the advisory committee subsequently announced it had rejected a proposal to list it on the benefits scheme due to price concerns. That left the drug available but prohibitively expensive - about $1000 a month - for those not part of government-funded trials. The sponsoring pharmaceutical companies subsequently submitted fresh applications that were expected to be approved last year, but a decision was deferred - disappointing the gay community and HIV campaigners. After months of further negotiations it now appears the positive listing is imminent. Mr Hunt said in December said he would not pre-empt the committee's decision but "we are making very good progress" on negotiations. "My hope is the PBAC will recommend PrEP and my commitment is if it does recommend PrEP we will list it and list it quickly," he said. Bridget Haire, the president of the Australian Federation of AIDS Organisations, said a listing would be a "huge step forward". “Coupled with additional investment in health promotion, workforce skills and co-ordinated leadership, this would allow us to properly pursue the end of Australian HIV transmission in Australia," Dr Haire said. “This would be a huge advance for people at risk of HIV and also a massive benefit to the Commonwealth, as every averted HIV transmission saves close to $1 million in lifetime care and treatment costs.” Mr Prendergast, who works for the HIV prevention group ACON, is optimistic there will be no further delays to a listing. "HIV has nowhere to go now," he said. "Which is pretty awesome when you consider that thirty to forty years ago people were skeletons and dying in the street. It's nice to know that something as beautiful as having sex won't kill you."
  25. Im a 23 year old guy who was closeted my whole life...then for some reason being foolish I went and fool around for 3-4 times, which I deeply regretted my actions after that. Recently I went to check for STDs and realized I have genital warts, which also means I have human papillomavirus (HPV). Upon further reading up on the internet than I realized that the warts could be remove but there is no way to cure the virus, even though many people have it. It is just very depressing to know that I'll have such a virus, and how I'm suppose meet/date anyone anymore. The more I think about it, the more depressing it gets, and I don't know what to do anymore.
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