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Malama Pono Health Services is here for you, no matter how much money you have, or whether or not you have health insurance. You deserve to be treated with compassion and dignity. Our team of doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, caseworkers and educators are here for you. Turn to us. You can easily make a clinic appointment by phone atand we will get you in quickly. Clinic hours are as follows:. Please call prior to coming in. A qualified member of our team will discuss your medical need and make an appointment as necessary.
Learn about our clinic, support and education services and how we can help. We offer testing for Hepatitis B and C. All testing is confidential. Please see our support services for more information on Hepatitis C care coordination. We offer testing and treatment for STDs, such as, syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, etc.
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If you are interested in PrEP please call and make an appointment today. We provide counseling, hormone replacement therapy, and continued care for individuals seeking these services. We are happy to help you stop the use of tobacco products. We provide counseling, free patches and gum, and follow-up as well as individual and group cessation sessions. Call Condom use really works in preventing HIV transmission and unintended pregnancy. HIV and other sexually transmitted viruses and bacteria CAN be transmitted during oral, anal or vaginal intercourse, so always use a condom or a dental dam.
You must use a new condom before each sex act oral, anal or vaginal. If you use lubricants, you must use only water-based lubricants with latex condoms. Avoid oil-based lubricants like cold cream, mineral oil, petroleum jelly, body lotions, massage oil, or baby oil that can damage latex condoms.
Everyone has an HIV status. Getting tested gives you more control of your health and allows you to protect yourself and your partners. It is usually an acute short-term disease for those infected as adults, but it usually becomes a chronic long-term disease for those infected as children. Hepatitis B is spread through contact with blood and other bodily fluids.
The most common way to get Hepatitis B is from mother to baby, especially for those born in counties in Asia and the Pacific Islands. Get tested. Symptoms can take many years to show, so it is important to get tested, even if you feel fine. This is a partial list. You can also find more resources at www. It is usually a chronic long-term infection.
Hepatitis C is spread through direct blood-to-blood contact with someone who has Hepatitis C. The most common way to get Hepatitis C is through sharing injection drug use equipment, getting a blood transfusion prior toor having other exposure to blood. Treatments are available to manage and even cure Hepatitis C for some people.
There is NO vaccine available to prevent infection. For more information on the test itself, go to www. Clinic Services. Need Help? Turn to Us. Mobile Outreach Vehicle Save Save.
Annual well-woman exams Pap smears or cervical cancer screening Family Planning Birth control birth control pills, condoms link to belowIUD, etc. Pregnancy testing Breast cancer screening Urinary tract infection UTI Yeast infection and vaginitis Reproductive options and referrals. Transgender Services. Condom Facts. Why should you get an HIV test? Actions such as consistent and correct condom use, not sharing injection drug paraphernalia, and following medical recommendations if you are an HIV positive woman who is pregnant or planning a pregnancy decreases risk ificantly.
People with HIV can have a long, normal lifespan, though the stigma surrounding HIV often creates a not-so-normal life. In the United States, it is increasingly rare for pregnant women living with HIV to transmit the virus to their children.
However, on a global scale, mother-to-child transmission remains a ificant percentage of HIV cases. Young or old, rich or poor, gay or straight, the virus does not discriminate. HIV remains a virus that is not transmittable through casual contact such as hugging or sharing utensils. Unprotected sexual intercourse oral, vaginal, and analsharing needles for injection drug use, and mother to child transmission in utero, during delivery, and breastfeeding are the main transmission routes for the HIV virus.
Not everyone living with HIV is taking medication, but those who do take medications are far healthier when they are able to maintain adherence taking your medication consistently as prescribed. Young people, particularly girls and young women, continue to be at the center of the epidemic.
Youth are ificantly impacted by the spread of HIV, but they are also at the heart of the movement to stop it. Young people hold the energy to change the future of the pandemic; talking to children and youth in our communities about staying safe and healthy is a great first step to making an impact.
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