Sadly, the world does not seem to be looking for a way to break free of behavior that prevents people from discussing sexual health issues. Say the word “sex,” and you’ll have people running out the door, shaking their heads in disapproval and judging you for bringing up something as natural as your compulsion to drink water to survive. Nevertheless, we have a long way to go when it comes to breaking off the vicious shaming cycle we’re stuck in.
Dr. Rena Malik, a urologist, specializing in Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery, is on a mission to explore topics considered too personal to discuss openly. Through her YouTube channel, Rena is initiating conversations about the sexual health of both men and women. She has created a safe space for people to ask questions about their and their partner’s intimate well-being.
It is undeniable that Rena is dedicated to interacting with her followers. She believes this interaction allows her to learn about their concerns. Dr. Malik is always open to constructive criticism, and her channel has an unmatched convivial vibe. Rena believes her followers are helping her learn something new every day.
Be it a conversation related to things you should never do for your sexual well-being to urinary tract infections in women, Dr. Malik will give you the unfiltered truth. Most of us are too shy to ask our doctor venereal questions, which is understandable, but searching for an answer on Google isn’t the best way to resolve your queries. Thanks to Dr. Rena Malik, people worldwide have research-based factual information related to all intimate topics, and all your questions are now just a button away from being answered.
Through her channel, Rena Malik M.D is breaking down the unnecessary barriers associated with sexual health and, primarily, a woman’s sexual health. She has been teaching females worldwide to be more vocal about their health, to know their anatomy better, and voice their opinions.
For a long time, venereal topics have been sidelined and used for slow-witted jokes. And Rena Malik is here to change that. Her informational content is an eye-opener for many who, for years, have failed to talk about sexual well-being.