Sexual Conditions & Health Center


Sexual Condition or Sexually Transmitted Diseases are the matter of discussion nowadays. Due to these studies, all sexual perspective and thought of each individual have also changed. And now it has become a great issue to deal with each and every perspective of STDs. STDs include Chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and trichomoniasis. Similarly, vaginal or penal discharge and burning or pain during urination also indicate the symptom of STD. For the proper maintenance of STD treatment and its prevention, it requires medication and practicing safe sex for better health.

Some of the facts about sexual health are:

  • Women’s sexual problems:

Many people have a sexual problem that can be caused by stress or medical problems or anxiety. If your health care provider is unable to help you beyond ruling out physical problems, a mental health counselor should be able to help or point you in the right direction. So always choose the best one who can easily solve your problem. Similarly, there may be certain problems that require attention right away are:

  1. If sexual intercourse suddenly becomes painful when it wasn’t before.
  2. If you feel that you have a sexually transmitted disease, you and your partner both need to be treated right away.
  3. If any unusual reactions to sexual activity occur such as a headache, brief chest pain or pain elsewhere in the body, you should consult with healthcare provider.
  • Penis Disorders:

There are two primary disorders that affect the male reproductive external organs such as penis disorders and testicular disorders. Disorders of the penis and testes can affect male’s sexual functionality and fertility. So special caring should be given towards sexual organs. Some of the common conditions that affect the penis is:

  1. Priapism
  2. Peyronie’s disease
  3. Balanitis
  4. Phimosis
  5. Paraphimosis
  6. Penile cancer
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases:

Sexually transmitted diseases are the diseases that are spread by having sex with someone who has an STD. Anyone can get sexually transmitted disease from sexual activity that involves anus, vagina, mouth or penis. Sexually transmitted diseases are serious illnesses that require immediate treatment for Genital herpes, human papillomavirus/ Genital warts, Hepatitis B, Chlamydia, Syphilis, Gonorrhea (“Clap”).

  • Sexually Abuse and Assault Against Women:

It is crime to violence against women; whether the abuser is your current date or past spouse or girlfriend, a family member, an acquaintance or a stranger. So you should be very careful and fight against for the following abuse:

  1. Inappropriate touching
  2. Rape
  3. Attempted rape
  4. Child molestation
  5. Sexual intercourse that you say no to
  6. Vaginal, anal or oral penetration

Types and Causes of sexual conditions are:

  • Sexual Performance Anxiety:

If you and your partner feel sexual performance anxiety, then it’s very hard to feel sexy or intimate with your partner, here sex is supposed to be a pleasurable experience in your life.

  • Inability to Orgasm:

Many of women found never had an orgasm either with a partner or during masturbation so it creates a problem in their sexual life.

  • Paraphilias:

Paraphilias are problems with controlling impulses that are identified by recurrent and intense sexual fantasies, urges, and behaviors involving unusual activities, or situations not considered sexually arousing to others.

  • Chlamydia:

Chlamydia is one of the most commonly transmitted sexual diseases.

  • Gonorrhea:

It should be treated carefully, if not treated gonorrhea on time, cause serious and permanent problems in both men and women.

  • Syphilis:

It can cause many long-term health problems like arthritis, brain damage, and blindness.

  • Trichomoniasis:

It is a sexually transmitted disease that can be caused by a small organism called Trichomonas Vaginalis.

  • Genital Warts and HPV:

Human papillomavirus or HPV is easily transmitted viruses that cause genital warts. So it’s good to get an annual checkup since it can increase the risk of cervical or penile cancer.

  • Hepatitis B:

Infection to Hepatitis B can cause scarring of the liver, liver failure, liver cancer, and even death. So it is a serious disease caused by hepatitis B virus (HBV).

  • Painful Sex in Women:

Intercourse pain, or dyspareunia, can cause problems in a couple’s sexual relationship. So, physically painful sex as well as negative emotional effects should be addressed very carefully.

  • Vaginitis:

It is an infection or inflammation of the vagina. It can cause itching and burn, change in vaginal discharge and pain during sex.

  • Vaginismus:

It is a serious problem in which muscle walls of women vagina contract or spasm in response to attempted insertion during sex.

  • Low Testosterone and Sex Drive:

Testosterone is not only the man’s sex drive and performance but low testosterone also reduces your ability to have sex for satisfying your partner.



Here are some of the most important tips which give you a clear idea on how to treat your sexual problem:

  • Increasing Sexual Desire:

Mutual understanding of both male and female intimacy can solve many hardened problems easily.  For this, you all have to be openness and creativity. That will increase your sexual desire.

  • Treatments for STDs:

Sexually Transmitted Diseases are very contagious and serious so don’t try to treat yourself. Take special care of your concern doctor.

  • Syphilis Treatment:

It can be cured with antibiotics so special caring should be provided.

  • Gonorrhea Treatment:

It is one of the complicated diseases but if early treatment is done no any complication would develop. It is also treated with antibiotics.


Some of the sexual conditions that are preventable by using following ways are mentioned below:

  • Condoms:

Condoms are essential to prevent pregnancies and STDs. They create a barrier that keeps semen and other body fluids out of the vagina, rectum or the mouth. Now condoms for both male and female are easily available. Male condoms are of the type:

  1. Latex, plastic or lambskin
  2. Lubrication
  3. Spermicide
  4. Textured condoms etc.

The main purpose of using a condom is to prevent unwanted pregnancy and birth control.

  • Circumcision:

Circumcision is the surgical process of removing of the foreskin, the tissue covering the head of the penis. It is usually performed on the first or second day after birth.

  • STD Prevention:

Until and unless you and you’re partner won’t be mentally and physically prepared it would not be a good idea to have sex and become a parent. Sexually active teenagers are at higher risk for STDs because they frequently have unprotected sex and have multiple partners. So sexually transmitted disease has become an issue of worldwide. Therefore, it’s very important to practice safer sex will all partners.

Therefore, sex education is essential to build up prosperous life and maintain sound health.


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