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What does GUM stand for?

GUM stands for Genito-Urinary Medicine

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of London, UK) assemble 46 chapters on the impact of obesity on reproductive health, for students in obstetrics and gynecology, reproductive medicine, general medicine, general surgery, public health, and health care management, and specialists in genito-urinary medicine, infertility, and other areas.
Genito-Urinary Medicine nurse Harpreet Basi said: "This is all about raising awareness of HIV/Aids and to get rid of some of the stigma and taboos associated with it.
Dr Mary Browning, a consultant in genito-urinary medicine for the Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust, said: "We are seeing a lot more of patients with this highly-infectious bacteria and these cases are in the early stage of infection which indicates they have acquired the infection recently.
95 Paperback RD571 Complaining that there is little, if any, teaching of male genital disease for primary care settings, the authors (a consultant dermatologist and consultant in genito-urinary medicine from Dewsbury & District Hospital in the UK) present a quick reference guide covering dermatological and genito-urological medicine of the male genitalia.
Some 99,230 cases of uncomplicated chlamydial infection were diagnosed at genito-urinary medicine (Gum) clinics, with a further 14,972 diagnosed as part of the National Chlamydia Screening Programme.
If your GP won't refer you, you can self-refer to your local genito-urinary medicine clinic and they will run some tests and get to the bottom of your pain.