Monkeypox: Scientists concerned over impact on sexual health
Share this @internewscast.com


President of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV Dr Claire Dewsnap said monkeypox was making a bad situation in sexual health clinics worse: “It is already stretching the workforce and will have a massive impact if staff have to isolate if they are in close contact with someone’s who’s infected.

“I am concerned about the potential impact on access to sexual health generally.”

As well as close contact with the skin of another, monkeypox can also be spread through touching clothing, towels, or bedding of someone with the monkeypox rash.

Since this occurs in an around intimate relations, people are encouraged to exercise caution and check for any rashes or lumps resembling those caused by monkeypox.



Share this @internewscast.com
You May Also Like

Monkeypox: Patient details five areas where the ‘painful’ rash appeared – full signs

According to the Government data, there were 1,076 laboratory confirmed cases of…

Who should get the monkeypox vaccine?

As a growing monkeypox outbreak has spread throughout the U.S., the White…

Rafael Nadal health: Are tennis star's 'superstitions' a sign of 'harmful' OCD?

TENSIONS are high as Rafael Nadal takes on Lithuania’s Ricardas Berankis in…

Covid: Symptoms include fever, aches and pains and a bad stomach

After a period of retreat, Covid has come roaring back in the…

Stroke: The ‘defining’ factor in some adults that could increase risk is menopause

All of the study subjects had MRI brain scans done to calculate…

Girl, 12, found with cancerous tumours ‘crushing heart and windpipe’ after GP dismissed symptoms

A schoolgirl was found to have cancerous tumours ‘crushing her heart and…

Everyday Habits That Add Years to Your Life, Say Experts — Eat This Not That

Living a long life isn’t just about luck and genetics, but also how…

The Surprising Snack That The ‘Thor’ Cast Ate to Stay Fit — Eat This Not That

With the premiere of “Thor: Love and Thunder” just days away, fans…