Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Solve Your Concerns About Sexually Transmitted Diseases with a StanTop Specialist!


Who needs STD checkup?

Confirming the presence and type of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) is essential. Take a simple questionnaire below to determine if you fall under the following criteria, requiring a PCR test and blood test.

  • After engaging in sexual intercourse with a high risk of infection, such as at an illegal establishment or a one-night stand, you experience itching in the urethral area or discharge.
  • If your partner is displaying symptoms or is known to have a sexually transmitted disease.
  • If you are experiencing abnormal symptoms related to urination.
  • If there are issues with the skin around the penis.
  • When it is necessary to check for recovery and recurrence after treating a sexually transmitted disease.

Types of Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Human Papillomavirus (Condyloma), Herpes, Syphilis, AIDS, Non-gonococcal Urethritis, Chlamydia, Urea Plasma, Mange, Pubic Lice, Chancroid


Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Sexually transmitted diseases are infections spread through sexual contact, comprising around 30 different types. Infection can occur through various forms of contact or friction, including sexual intercourse, oral sex, anal sex, transmission from mother to fetus, and similar acts. Sexually transmitted diseases can potentially lead to complications, making it advisable to promptly diagnose and treat them through regular check-ups.


Human Papilloma Virus

Human Papillomavirus is highly contagious and can be transmitted through a single sexual contact. Condyloma is a type of wart caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. It is a highly contagious, incurable skin disease that can affect both men and women, with a high likelihood of transmission exceeding 50% through a single sexual encounter. In women, it primarily occurs in the vulva, cervix, perineum, and anus, while in men, it affects the penile epidermal folds, urethral entrance, and anus.


Accurate Identification of 100 Types, Including 25 Essential Types!

StanTop’s PCR test accurately detects 100 types of HPV viruses in a single test, enabling a rapid response within 24 hours. We offer a same-day testing and same-day treatment system, ensuring a swift resolution of your concerns.


The Most Dangerous Symptom of Human Papillomavirus is asymptomatic!

Condyloma has an average incubation period of 3 to 6 months and may sometimes appear asymptomatic. Notably, women may carry HPV without displaying any symptoms. The appearance of gonorrhea lesions resembles chicken combs or cabbages and significantly increases the risk of cervical cancer in women, making periodic check-ups essential rather than optional.

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Treatments in StanTop Urolgy Clinic

StanTop Urology Clinic conducts type tests for condyloma to accurately identify and treat HPV types in advance. You can experience effective gonorrhea treatment with rapid testing and treatment options that reduce the recurrence rate.

General Examination

We use magnification to detect hidden gonorrhea in pubic hair or lesions that are hard to discern with the naked eye.

PCR Test (Genetic Test)

This test identifies not only gonorrhea but also various causative bacteria simultaneously, providing high accuracy and quick results.

Blood Test/Tissue Test

Through blood and tissue tests, we can determine the HPV type and offer precise treatment solutions.

Gardasil Vaccination

This vaccination is administered for gonorrhea prevention, and it can also be given to individuals with existing gonorrhea to reduce recurrence rates.

Laser Cauterization Treatment

This laser-based procedure effectively removes visible gonorrhea lesions.

Medication Application

This approach removes gonorrhea by applying medication to the affected area.

Immune System Enhancement

As this disease is caused by a virus, low immunity increases the risk of recurrence. We reduce recurrence rates by boosting immunity during the treatment period.


Often, people believe that sexually transmitted diseases do not concern them, associating them with sexually promiscuous individuals. However, these diseases, transmitted through sexual contact, vary in type and symptoms based on the causative bacteria. In other words, they can affect any adult, even without particularly suspicious symptoms. Regular STD testing is crucial for protecting your partner’s and your own health.