top of page

Sexology Procreation


by Marius Blanc




  • Nature and Variety Sexuality encompasses a wide range of expressions and orientations. It can be physical, emotional, or even spiritual. Everyone has their own experience and expression of sexuality.

  • Consensuality

    • Consent: All sexual activity must take place with the mutual, explicit and enthusiastic consent of all parties involved.

    • Risks of non-consent: In cases of coercion or abuse, lasting psychological trauma can occur. Rape and sexual assault are serious crimes with major physical and psychological consequences.

  • Sexual orientation

    • Acceptance and Respect: Sexual orientation is personal and must be respected. It is important to fight discrimination based on sexual orientation.

    • Mental health risks: Stigma and discrimination against certain sexual orientations can cause stress, anxiety and depression in the individuals concerned.

  • Education & Health

    • The importance of sex education : It helps you understand sexual practices, consent and how to protect yourself.

    • Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs): STDs, such as HIV/AIDS, syphilis, hepatitis B, gonorrhea, human papillomavirus (HPV), etc., are transmitted through unprotected sex.

    • Contraception : Male and female condoms protect against STDs and unwanted pregnancy. Other contraceptive methods (pill, IUD, implants) prevent pregnancy but not STDs.

  • Wellness

    • Mental Health : Fulfilled sexuality can improve mental health by strengthening emotional bonds.

    • Sexual Problems : Erectile dysfunction, anorgasmia, vaginismus and other disorders can affect sexual well-being.


  1. Natural Reproduction

    • Process: Natural reproduction involves the fertilization of an egg by a sperm.

    • Risks: Certain STDs, such as syphilis and HIV, can be transmitted from mother to child during pregnancy or childbirth.

  2. Contraception

    • Options: Options include condoms, contraceptive pills, intrauterine devices (IUDs), injections and implants.

    • Risks: Some hormonal contraceptives can have side effects (nausea, headaches, hormonal disorders).

  3. Assisted Reproduction Techniques (ART)

    • Types of techniques: In vitro fertilization (IVF), artificial insemination, sperm or egg donation.

    • Risks: Low but exist, such as multiple pregnancies and ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) in the case of IVF.

  4. Personal Choice

    • Deciding to have children: Personal decisions vary according to religious beliefs, finances, and lifestyle.

  5. Pregnancy and parenthood

    • Risks during pregnancy: STDs can be transmitted to the fetus, and certain medical conditions (hypertension, gestational diabetes) can occur.

    • Parenting: Parenthood requires time, patience and a commitment to children's well-being.

  6. Family Diversity

    • Family types: single-parent, same-parent, blended, adoptive, etc.

    • Discrimination risks: Non-traditional families can face discrimination that can have an impact on children's well-being.


Sexuality and procreation are important aspects of human life. Understanding the risks and diseases associated with sexual practices enables responsible behavior. Sex education and mutual respect are essential for healthy relationships and overall well-being.

Lagap SA has developed a series of drugs for transmissible diseases and genital tract infections, and more recently introduced two home tests for pregnancy monitoring.

Today, women and couples have a fundamental right to manage pregnancy. The contraceptive pill and other methods of contraception have been around for decades. What is less well known, however, is that with the help of home tests, it is now possible to plan a pregnancy exactly and with very precise timing.

A special website dedicated to pregnancy monitoring and detection is available by clicking on the link below.

Primeview digital will be launched on the Swiss market in September 2024.

bottom of page