Prevention STDs

STD Testing Windows – When To Get Tested For STDs

By Dr. Shivani Chaturvedi, Gynaecology, When it comes to Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) testing windows, it is crucial to make sure that you get the test done at the right time so that you don’t end up receiving a positive STD result. If you have an STD, you would want to know…

Casual Skin Contact: Does It Lead To STD?

By, Hakim Hari Kishan Lal Dawakhana Shafakhana, Sexology On the one hand, the facts about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are pretty straight forward. More than a half-dozen STDs can be spread from one person to another during sexual activity. Some are caused by bacteria. Some are caused by viruses. Some are…

STDs in Men: Early Signs and Symptoms

By Dr. N A Khan (Unani Specialist), Sexology Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are the infections that spread primarily from unprotected sexual intercourse or any kind of sexual contact. Men, like women, are equally prone to contracting STDs on having unprotected sexual intercourse; anal, vaginal or oral. Having multiple sex partners just increases the…

How to Choose the Right Contraceptive Method?

By Dr. Sheetal Sachdeva, Gynaecology Contraception (also called birth control) can help you prevent pregnancy until you are ready to bring a baby into your life. Picking a contraceptive method that fits your life is extremely important. Some types of birth control can also protect you and your partner from sexually…

Best and Effective Ayurvedic Remedies for STDs

By Dr. G S Lavekar, Ayurveda Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and (AIDS) are increasing huge significance at present because of quick spread of the diseases, high cost of treatment, and the expanded danger of transmission of different STDs and AIDS. Current treatments accessible for symptomatic treatment of STDs and AIDS are very…

Why is Preconception Counselling Necessary?

By Dr. Amrapali Dixit, Gynaecology Preconception counselling is consulting a medical professional to stay to stay in good health during pregnancy and to avoid complications: be it related to physical, mental or emotional health. Preconception counselling is the perfect opportunity to prepare for events during your pregnancy and plan how you…

4 Myths About STDs, Debunked!

  By Dr. Rahul Gupta, Sexology On the one hand, the facts about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are pretty straight forward. More than a half-dozen STDs can be spread from one person to another during sexual activity. Some are caused by bacteria. Some are caused by viruses. Some are curable, and some…

Types And Symptoms Of Sexually Transmitted Diseases

By Dr. Sangeeta P, Sexology Sexually transmitted diseases or STDs are serious complications irrespective of whether you are pregnant or not. But in case you are pregnant, complications are higher. In this case your baby is affected along with you. And for some STDs, like HIV/AIDS, conditions may be incurable or even…

Ayurveda and Genital Herpes

By Dr. Himanshu Grover , Sexology Herpes is a sexually transmitted disease that spreads primarily by the ‘Herpes Simplex’ virus; through unprotected sexual intercourse and sexual contact as well. The ‘Herpes Simplex’ virus can also pass from the mother to the child during pregnancy. This infection can significantly increase the chances of a premature…

Debunking Myths About STD (Sexually Transmitted Disease)

By Dr.Masroor Ahmad Wani, Sexology STD are the sexually transmitted disease. There are many reasons why STD may happen or may get transmitted. But there are a lot of common myths and misconceptions about STD which need debunking. Here they are: Myth: Only people with a lot of sexual partners get STD…