At the CK Birla Hospital, we provide age-appropriate guidance to individuals about sexual and reproductive health. Our preventive health department aims at offering a safe and healthy environment for open discussions on sexual problems experienced by people. We provide several strategies to help prevent sexually transmitted diseases and related problems.
According to the World Health Organisation, sexual health is the physical, emotional, mental and social well-being with regards to a person’s sexuality. Sexual health in preventive medicine involves the prevention of sexual dysfunction and sexually transmitted diseases. Our specialists rally active awareness and information on reproductive health for safe sexual experiences.
- Genital warts
- Human papillomavirus (HPV)
- Hepatitis B
There are varying symptoms of sexually transmitted infections depending on their type and stage. Learning about early signs of STIs can help you remain informed and seek timely treatment.
- Difficulty in passing urine
- Itching or burning sensation near genitals
- Blisters or spots near genitals
- Abnormal vaginal discharge
- Bleeding in between periods
- Abnormal discharge from the penis
- Pain during intercourse
My husband and I visited the preventive health department of the CK Birla Hospital for educational purposes. I have to say the doctors and the staff worked in a highly professional manner. We had a very healthy and open discussion. Pleased with the experience. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
I would totally recommend the CK Birla Hospital to everyone. Very nice hospital with one of the best teams. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
Good experience with the team of CK Birla Hospital. The hospital staff is very polite and cooperative. My consultation was very nice and hassle-free. The doctor also gave me enough time and explained everything in detail. Thanks to the whole team of CK Birla Hospital.
You can promote your sexual health by eating healthy, avoiding sexually, maintaining a healthy weight, limiting alcohol consumption and practising safe sex.
Common contraceptives include condoms, oral contraceptives pills, intrauterine devices (IUD), implants, and emergency contraception pills.