Ines Lukac is a trans woman, activist, and master student at Lund University where she is currently doing research on trans sex workers in Sweden. Her fieldwork is based in Stockholm and it reflects on the experiences of trans persons engaged in sex for compensation, demands by the clients who look specifically for trans sex workers, and on developing strategies that can be useful for trans sex workers both in terms of safety and destigmatization of this group in Sweden. If you are interested to contribute with your experience and help her to include more trans voices in the research, please feel free to contact her via firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that the informants’ anonymity and integrity are highly respected and nothing is included in the research report prior to obtaining the consent from the participants.
BLOGG / Never buy antibiotics on-line
Antibiotics is a great thing and used the right way, it cures infections like chlamydia, syphilis and gonorrhea. But if you use it the wrong way, the effect might not be as one would hope. And worst case scenario, the infection will come back stronger. One common misstake is to stop taking the pills when the symptoms disappear. Always follow the recommendations! And never buy antibiotics on-line, even though they might buy ad space on your favorite app… The companies are not serious!
- Depending on where the infection is one might need different kinds of treatment. You need a doctor to get the right kind of antibiotics.
- You never really know what kind of pills you get if you order online. It may be expensive tic-tacs with no effect, despite the packaging.
- Buying on-line is illegal. Several sites claims that what they do is legal and approved by different authorites, that is not true.
- It is expensive, antibiotics for chlamydia for instance is free in Sweden if you have the infection.
Do you have the feeling that you might have caught an infection, get tested in a real clinic and get real antibiotics! If you live in Stockholm, we recommend Venhälsan! Here is the info!
Venhälsan, The Gay Mens Health Clinic at Södersjukhuset (Stockholm South General Hospital) is specifically intended for men who have sex with men. The clinic has introduced drop-in times, so you generally don’t have to make an appointment, whether you’re getting tested for HIV or an STI. The clinic is open daytime for people who live with HIV, and an afternoon clinic for all men who have sex with men. At the afternoon clinic, you don’t need to make an appointment for an HIV or STI test. If a lot of people drop in, the clinic may stop accepting new patients after a certain time.
Phone: 08-616 25 00
Opening hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 15:00-18:00. There might be other opening hours during summer and the holidays.
Address: NEW ADRESS! Sjukhusbacken 14 at Södersjukhuset, to the right of the main entrance, one floor down.
Take the green metro line to Skanstull and then bus no. 3 towards Södersjukhuset. Blue bus no. 3 also goes from Slussen, for instance. If you’re coming from Gullmarsplan, or Odenplan/Kungsholmen/Hornstull, you can also take blue bus no. 4 which stops nearby. Here is a map for you!