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Thailand is renowned for its international hospitals, nightlife and thriving LGBT community. But this does not mean that everything in Thailand is accessible or progressive. Regarding medications and check-ups, Thailand seems to be fairly good. You don't need a prescription for any contraception, including emergency contraception, and it can be cheaply purchased at pharmacies. There is heightened STD awareness, so there are a number of STD testing facilities, and Thailand is the only country in Southeast Asia with any PreP trials/studies, as of 2016. As for LGBT resources, Silom is considered the main gay area of Bangkok, especially Soi 2 and Soi 4.
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Thailand is renowned for its international hospitals, nightlife and thriving LGBT community. But this does not mean that everything in Bangkok is accessible or progressive. Regarding medications and check-ups, Bangkok seems to be fairly good. You don't need a prescription for any contraception, including emergency contraception, and it can be cheaply purchased at pharmacies. There is heightened STD awareness, so there are a number of STD testing facilities, and Thailand is the only country in Southeast Asia with any PreP trials/studies, as of 2016. As for LGBT resources, Silom is considered the main gay area of Bangkok, especially Soi 2 and Soi 4.

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Thailand is renowned for its international hospitals, nightlife and thriving LGBT community. But this does not mean that everything in Thailand is accessible or progressive. Regarding medications and check-ups, Thailand seems to be fairly good. You don't need a prescription for any contraception, including emergency contraception, and it can be cheaply purchased at pharmacies. There is heightened STD awareness, so there are a number of STD testing facilities, and Thailand is the only country in Southeast Asia with any PreP trials/studies, as of 2016. As for LGBT resources, Silom is considered the main gay area of Bangkok, especially Soi 2 and Soi 4.
TranslationThailand is renowned for its international hospitals, nightlife and thriving LGBT community. But this does not mean that everything in Bangkok is accessible or progressive. Regarding medications and check-ups, Bangkok seems to be fairly good. You don't need a prescription for any contraception, including emergency contraception, and it can be cheaply purchased at pharmacies. There is heightened STD awareness, so there are a number of STD testing facilities, and Thailand is the only country in Southeast Asia with any PreP trials/studies, as of 2016. As for LGBT resources, Silom is considered the main gay area of Bangkok, especially Soi 2 and Soi 4.

Thailand is renowned for its international hospitals, nightlife and thriving LGBT community. But this does not mean that everything in Bangkok is accessible or progressive. Regarding medications and check-ups, Bangkok seems to be fairly good. You don't need a prescription for any contraception, including emergency contraception, and it can be cheaply purchased at pharmacies. There is heightened STD awareness, so there are a number of STD testing facilities, and Thailand is the only country in Southeast Asia with any PreP trials/studies, as of 2016. As for LGBT resources, Silom is considered the main gay area of Bangkok, especially Soi 2 and Soi 4.