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Marriage is the association of two people as well as the meeting up of their families and companions. Couples, be it an orchestrated marriage or an adoration marriage, have various interesting points and concur upon for their relationship to be effective. In this section, we try to find out some reason, why we need Pre-Marital  Counselling and suggestion given by experienced Sexologists of Ahmedabad

Hygiene: Apart from stressing on the importance of personal health and hygiene, you would also hear a gynecologist, emphasizing on the significance of sexual hygiene for a problem-free married life. While preventing infections that may affect your reproductive system, maintaining sexual hygiene can also significantly elevate the overall hygiene levels of your entire body.

Sex: Pre-marital sex counseling is essential as it helps to fill in the gaps in your knowledge of sex. During your consultation with a gynecologist, you can expect to receive information about the male and female anatomy as well as about the actual act. Even thoughts like “sex can be painful” get addressed during the counseling.

Contraceptives: Counselling sessions with a gynecologist can also help you in getting your facts right about pregnancy. He or she could guide you on how to work out safe and unsafe days to have sex; talk to you about contraceptive methods; and best family planning practices.

Folic acid for pregnancy: During a counseling session, you can expect to be encouraged by a gynecologist to have Vitamin B (folic acid) before and during your pregnancy to avert birth defects in the brain and spinal cord of your potential offspring.  

Vaccines: Opting for a counseling session before marriage can help you to learn about vaccines that will protect you against cervical cancer (cancer of the cervix caused mainly by HPV- a virus) and rubella (a disease caused by the rubella virus, which can cause miscarriage, birth defects and stillbirth).

Medical investigations: You should also expect investigations based on the following tests-
Complete blood count test: The aim of this test is to assess your overall health and identify a range of disorders such as anemia, leukemia, and infection to name a few.

Fasting/blood sugar test: The test is performed to diagnose diabetes.  A fasting blood glucose level of less than 100mg/dl is considered normal. Thyroid-stimulating hormone test: This test is taken to check for problems in the thyroid gland.

Rubella test: It is used to identify antibodies that are formed in the blood, as a result of immunization or the rubella infection. HPLC (high-performance liquid chromatography): The test is performed to determine Thalassemia.

Urine microscopy: The test helps in determining the condition of your urinary tract and kidney. It identifies injury, presence of disease or inflammation of these areas. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a psychologist.