The heart of sexual and reproductive healthcare are sexually active people. Where abstinence exists, one may question the need for such a specialty (of course, we can think of exceptions).
Where there is no sex, there is no need for Clarewell.
The healthcare needs revolving around sex are typically broken down into the following:
- Sexually transmitted infections
- Genital dermatology
- Sexual dysfunction (coming soon)
- Family planning & contraception
- Human sexuality & gender (coming soon)
If we look at these components individually, we may not see any connection. However, when we place them under the fold of ‘sex’, their relationship is undeniable.
Now, if we add the ‘human’ and ‘relationship’ factors, navigating sexual health can be a fragile journey requiring the utmost respect and humanity.
What we do is rather simple: to prevent sexual health problems coming in the way of life and relationships, one patient at a time.
And in doing so, we hope to become the only place people need to go to ensure their sexual health.