sexual healh: How digital healthcare startups are helping Indians break the taboo of sexual disorders

By admin Dec5,2023
How digital healthcare startups are helping Indians break the taboo of sexual disorders

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Discussing sexual disorders is no longer a taboo. Young Indians are leading the way to bring out the most secretive healthcare issues around sexual and reproductive health. Startups like Allo, that specialise in providing full-stack solutions for sexual disorders, are helping them. The response has been stupendous with queries trickling in from far-off places like Guwahati and Etawah.

Shilpa K. (name changed) had a rocky marriage for over three years. Life took a grim turn for the 32-year-old Bengaluru executive when she was diagnosed with a painful condition called vaginismus. Even with the best doctors in her city, it was tough to find the right medical treatment. Vaginismus is the body’s sudden reaction to tighten vaginal muscles from fear of penetration. Now undergoing medical care, Shilpa laments the wrong advice she

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