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FAQ's on Sexual and Reproductive Health
 

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Introduction

 

Many people endure sexual and reproductive dysfunction in silence due to lack of knowledge. Jansankhya Sthirata Kosh has prepared a question bank which highlights the common reproductive and sexual problems experienced by both men and women. The material is in the form of frequently asked question (FAQ’s) to make it easily understandable. The advise is an effort of doctors who have wide experience of handling typical questions both in hospital as well as community settings.

 

The section is divided into 13 parts and each part is dedicated to a specialized topic.

 

After reading this section you should be able to know about the following topics:

  •   Reproductive System in Males and Females

  •   Puberty

  •   Reproductive Health Concerns in Females

  •   Breast Related Problems

  •   Reproductive Health Concerns in Males

  •   Sexually Transmitted Infections including HIV/AIDS

  •   Contraception

  •   Comparative Contraception Chart

  •   Pregnancy

  •   Infertility

  •   Sexual Health

  •   Abortion

  •   Menopause

 

 

JSK is grateful to the following professionals that supervised the creation of the data bank and contraception chart as a personal effort in an honorary capacity.

 

Dr. Suneela Garg, Professor in Preventive & Social Medicine, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi.

 

Dr. Neerja Bhatla, Associate Professor of Obstetric & Gynaecology, AIIMS, New Delhi.

 

In particular JSK acknowledges the role of Dr. Anita Nath of MAMC, New Delhi who compiled the information in record time, using numerous sources.

 

Dr. Amod Kumar (St. Stephens Hospital, New Delhi) gave valuable guidance based upon current thinking and helped edit the material properly.

 

Disclaimer: The information given in the data bank and contraceptive chart is solely meant for the purpose of education on reproductive  and sexual health matters and cannot replace the need for professional consultation.  The reader is advised that a qualified medical doctor ought to be consulted in case of any medical complaint/problem or any specific advice that may be required. JSK will NOT BE responsible for consequences that may arise of acting upon the basis of the limited information given in this section.

 

 
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