Services & pricing

Anoscopy

from $35


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

from $35

The Evandale Practice


Culture of urethral discharge


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

No price information

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EIA


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

No price information

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Excisional biopsy

from $95


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

from $95

The Evandale Practice


FTA-ABS


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

No price information

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HIV testing


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

No price information

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Hormone levels

from $45


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

from $45

The Evandale Practice


Polyp biopsy

from $95


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

from $95

The Evandale Practice


Punch biopsy

from $95


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

from $95

The Evandale Practice


Rectal biopsy


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

No price information

The Evandale Practice


Rectal culture


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

No price information

The Evandale Practice


Serum herpes simplex antibodies

from $75


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

from $75

The Evandale Practice


Shave biopsy

from $95


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

from $95

The Evandale Practice


Skin biopsy

from $95


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

from $95

The Evandale Practice


Venereal disease research laboratory test


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

No price information

The Evandale Practice


Implanon insertion


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

No price information

The Evandale Practice


First visit Sexual Health


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

No price information

The Evandale Practice


Subsequent visits Sexual Health


142 Bundall Road, Bundall

No price information

The Evandale Practice

Patient Reviews

5

General score
3 reviews

  • Punctuality
  • Attention
  • Facilities
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a sexual health check up.

Dr Aitken is without a doubt the best medical professional I have ever had the pleasure of dealing with. His knowledge and expertise with regard to sexual health is second to none. He has the ability to convey his expertise in a meaningful and professional manner. Great sense of humour too!
Could be improved: No improvement necessary.


A

Dr Aitken is by far the best doctor I have ever been to, I suffered for 14months saw over 5 female gps and even went to a hospital but no one gave me the time, effort and care, you can tell this man loves his job but most of all he actually wants to help people. HIGHLY recommended!! Xoxo


A

Dr Stuart Aitken , is a very gentle , caring and thorough physician , and his calm and reassuring manner were very helpful during a stressful period in my life .Id recommend him to anyone , gay or straight .


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Questions solved

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  • Question about Eleva Tablets

    Can eleva 50 be used for premature ejaculation?

    Eleva (sertraline) belongs to a group of medicines called SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors). These medications cause delayed ejaculation as a side effect, which lead to them being considered potential treatments for premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation is not listed as an 'indication' for Eleva, which means it is not officially licensed for this indication. Using Eleva in this way is considered 'off-label' and particular care should be taken with discussing the advantages and risks of this treatment strategy. Another SSRI, dapoxetine (Priligy) is licensed for treatment of premature ejaculation, but may cost more.

    Dr. Stuart Aitken

  • Question about HIV testing

    Hi I just want to know when you can rule out hiv with an hiv ag/ab combo test I see places like Melbourne sexual health and Sydney sexual health class a 6week test as fully conclusive with no more testing needed but then I see places like Qld sexual health saying 3 months when using the same test??

    Great question. This is about the 'window period' of the HIV test: the time where someone has a new HIV infection, but the test does not detect it. Over time, the performance of HIV diagnostic tests has improved remarkably and the window period has reduced. The current 4th generation tests (the HIV antigen/antibody combination tests) are among the most accurate of all diagnostic tests available. 4th generation tests detect over 95% of new HIV infections by six weeks, and over 99.9% of new infections by 3 months. The difference in choosing which time frame to call your window period arises from the level of comfort with uncertainty. 6 weeks is a practical window period that is reliable for making most decisions in life and in the clinic. 3 months is a more complete but theoretical window period.

    Dr. Stuart Aitken

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