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simply cuz we are not just non-judgemental & sex positive
but truly encourage open discussion between patient & doctors.
Women & LGBTQIA+
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PCOS, PMS, Infertility, UTI, HRT Contraception, Menopause, STIs, Low Sperm Count, Pre & Post Pregnancy CareConsultation Fee Rs 500.00
Vaginimus, Low or High Libido, Premature & Prolonged, Ejaculation, Erectile Dysfunction, Painful Intercourse.Consultation Fee Rs 550.00
Delayed orgasm, sexual orientation, gender dysphoria sex education, non-hormonal contraception.Consultation Fee Rs 850.00
Sex Education, Life & Relationship Guidance, Intimacy Coaching, Sexual Trauma Counselling, Sex & Couples TherapyConsultation Fee Rs 850.00
Stress Management, Anxiety, Depression, Drug & Substance Abuse, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder, ADHD, Adolescent HealthConsultation Fee Rs 850.00
Lifestyle Modification for PCOD, Diabeties, Hormonal Imbalace, Sexual & Physical Health, Weight Management & moreConsultation Fee Rs 750.00
Physical Therapy for Vaginismus, Urinary Incontenence, Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, Pelvic or Body Pain, Weight Management & moreConsultation Fee Rs 550.00
We understand that talking about intimate health might get
uncomfortable at times. More so the current societal conditioning
has forced us to promote hetronormative behaviour & hush about
not just our sexual health but also orientation.
But with Sassiest, you can seek help from certified queer inclusive
professionals and get your queries answered - without judgment.
Our team of experts is experienced in areas of sexual
health, sexuality, and relationships.
- 30 mins online (video) consultation.
- Free followup within 15 days.
- 20 mins online consultation (video)
- 1 Free 15mins followup within 15 days
- 60mins online (Video) consultation
- 60mins online (video) consultation
- 60mins online (video) consultation
- 50 mins online (video)
- 2 weeks diet chart
- Daily whatsapp follow up
- 2 online video followup
- 3 sessions (1 session per week)
- 30-40mins video consultation
They are happy to help! :)
Co-founder & CHO at Sassiest | Sexual Health Coach/Sexologist | MBBS | Clinical experience : 7+ years
Consultant Gynaecologist, Obstetrician & Infertility Specialist | MBBS, DGO | Clinical Experience : 37+ years
Certified Sexualtiy & Relationship Coach, Influencer, Educator & Entrepreneur | Experience : 13+ years
Consultant Gynaecologist & Infertility
Specialist MBBS, MS Obstetrics & Gynaecology, FRM (ICOG) | Clinical Experience : 5 years
Emotional & Mental Health Consultant | MBBS, M. D. PSYCHIATRY, Fellowship in
Child & Adolescent Mental Health.
Clinical Experience : 5 years
Consultant Obstetrician & Gyneacologist, MBBS, MS OBGY, Fellowship Reproductive Medicine | Clinical Experience : 5 years
Master in Preventive & Community Physiotherapy, Senior Women's Healthcare Specialist, Invasive Pelvic Floor Rehab Specialist & Clinical Instructor (WOW IIPRE) | Clinical Experience : 13 years
Consulting Nutritionist & Diabetes Educator, MSc Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics | Clinical Experience: 2 yrs
Bachelor in Physiotherapy (BPTh)
Member of Indian Association of Physiotherapists (MIAP) | Total clinical experience : 6 yrs
A- No. A monogamous relationship won’t automatically protect you from STIs (or pregnancy). Anyone can get a sexually transmitted infection, sometimes even without noticeable symptoms. Although some STIs produce discharge or other visible signs, it’s not always possible to tell by looking at someone if they have an STI. To be protected from STIs, get yourself and your partner screened for STIs before engaging in any sexual contact, and practice safer sex by always using condoms, dams or gloves.
A- No. Many people believe that douching (flushing the vagina with water, soap, or antiseptic) is good hygiene, and prevents infection or pregnancy. Nearly half the women surveyed in one 2008–2010 US study had douched in the past month. However, douching does not prevent pregnancy and can actually create a higher risk of STI infection. Douching alters the vaginal flora and increases the likelihood of developing bacterial vaginosis (BV). Douching is associated with ectopic pregnancy, low birth weight, preterm labor and preterm birth, and an increased risk of cervical cancer, pelvic inflammatory disease, and endometriosis.