Participants  all students from V1th semester UG , 11nd &1V th PG

girls students

Date 18/01/2019

Time :2.30pm-3.30pm

Presidential Address Dr.Ignatious Antony

Principal St Thomas ‘College  (Autonomous) Thrissur

Chief Guest   Dr Geetha A P

Gynaecologist, Mother Hospital Thrissur

Gender Champion Programme St Thomas ‘College (Autonomous) organised a Programme on  Women Reproductive health on18/01/208 at Menachery Hall, St Thomas ‘College (Autonomous  at 2 .30 p.m. for theVIth,U G II nd &IV th  PG Semester  students. The programme was presided by DrIgnatious Antony   Principal, St Thomas ‘College (Autonomous. The chief guest Dr Geetha A P addressed the audience Reproductive health implies that people are able to have a responsible, satisfying, healthy reproductive system and safer sex life and that they have the capability to reproduce and the freedom to decide if, when and how often to do so.

Major points were

Tips for a Healthy Female Reproductive System

  1. Quit smoking. A single stick of cigarette contains countless toxic compositions that lead to addiction, cancer and coronary issues. …
  2. Go for regular screenings. With aging, getting a trusted gynaecologist may be a great idea. …
  3. Practice safe sex. …
  4. Have regular orgasms. …
  5. Increase consumption of calcium and magnesium. …
  6. Final note.

Why women’s reproductive health is important?

Good sexual and reproductive health is important for women’s general health and wellbeing. It is central to their ability to make choices and decisions about their lives, including when, or whether, to consider having children.

Common Reproductive Health Concerns for Women

  • Endometriosis.
  • Uterine Fibroids.
  • Gynecologic Cancer.
  • Interstitial Cystitis.
  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome(PCOS)
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases(STDs)

. Among the conditions that present most frequently in women, the following eight illnesses pose considerable health risks.

  • Heart Disease. …
  • Breast Cancer. …
  • Ovarian and Cervical Cancer. …
  • Gynecological Health. …
  • Pregnancy Issues. …
  • Autoimmune Diseases. …
  • Depression and Anxiety. …
  • Health Technology for Women.


Good sexual and reproductive health is important for women’s general health and wellbeing. It is central to their ability to make choices and decisions about their lives, including when, or whether, to consider having children.

Sexual and reproductive health is not only about physical wellbeing – it includes the right to healthy and respectful relationships, health services that are inclusive, safe and appropriate, access to accurate information, effective and affordable methods of contraception and access to timely support and services in relation to unplanned pregnancy.

Different life stages are associated with specific women’s sexual and reproductive health issues, including menstruationfertilitycervical screeningcontraceptionpregnancysexually transmissible infections, chronic health problems (such as endometriosis and polycystic ovary syndrome) and menopause.



Published On: January 18th, 2019Categories: Gender Champion Programme

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