CME programme on ‘Sex-Discuss and Debate’ by Indian Psychiatric society

K M Dayashankar


KARIMNAGAR: The Indian Psychiatric Society (IPS) – Telangana State Branch has decided to conduct 7th mid-term CME-2021 on “Sex-Discuss and Debate” at Prathima multiplex in Karimnagar town on Sunday (December 19).

First of its kind CME on the theme of Sex was being organized by the Karimnagar Psychiatric society and Manna hospital. The CME programme would be inaugurated by IPS national president DR NN Raju, South India president Dr Ramanan Erath, former president Dr Prasad Rao and others would attend and discuss on various subjects pertaining to the sex and its impact on individuals.

Disclosing this to newsmen here on Saturday, IPS Telangana state branch president Dr Rama Subba Reddy, CME organizing committee chairman Dr P Kishan, chief patron Dr K Bhagya Reddy, organizing secretary Dr M Praveen Kumar, IPS Telangana president-elect V George Reddy and others said that the discussion on sex is considered as a taboo in the country forcing the people to approach quacks and further more loss to their health.

Expressing concern over the present day youth being addicted to cellular phones and watching pornography, they said that more exposure to pornography was leading to less sex performance and affecting their married life due to anxiety and depression. They called upon the people including men and women suffering from sex related problems to approach psychiatrists instead of approaching the quacks for treatment to lead normal life.

Eminent psychiatrists from the country would be speaking on various issues such as former IPS national president Dr Mrugesh Vaishnav speaks on erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and couple relations and sex tuning. Editor-general of sexual health Dr TSS Rao would speak on women sexual problems and focused exercises. Dr MS Reddy would talk on happiness, mental peace and sexual performance, Dr Srilakshmi Pingali on sex and psychotropic and Dr Neena Sawanth would talk on pains during the sex and other health issues.

Besides, there would be debate on sex related issues with a panel of doctors and experts. Dr KK Laxman, Dr Purushotham, Pawan Kumar, Dr Sanjay, Dr Sai Krishna, Dr Shiva Kumar, Dr Varshi,, Dr Preethi, Dr Ravi, Dr Pruthvi and PG students of various medical colleges were also present.

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