The adolescent-friendly health centres (AFHCs) set up by the Uttar Pradesh government has reported that  the sexual health of adolescent boys in the Rohilkhand region needs immediate attention. According to the studies  22% of them are on the verge of becoming impotent, while another 19% do not nurse any sexual desire.
Experts believe that  hormonal imbalance, adulterated food, depression and watching too much porn in formative years are said to be the reasons behind this.
Following these revelations, the minimum age for counselling of boys has been reduced to 10 years. Earlier, boys between 14 and 17 years and girls between 12 and 17 years could approach AFHCs in their area. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
Dr Subodh Sharma, additional director (health), Bareilly region, told Times Of India, “Growing myths and misconceptions among teenagers about their sexual lives are largely to blame for this. Experts at the AFHC centres are able to wean many youngsters away from these influences and put them on the right track.”
According to Mohd Nadeem Khan, counsellor incharge at Bareilly AFHC,in Bareilly vlog division alone, around 1 lakh boys between 14 and 17 years have visited the centre which was set up three years ago. Of these, the condition of 4,000 is quite alarming. Apart from them, around 22% of the boys showed symptoms, which if not treated in time, may lead to impotency in future.
This  report has been sent to the state government, which in turn would forward it to the Centre.