Sexual health is a state of complete somatic, emotional, intellectual and social well-being in relation to sexuality. It affects reproductive processes, functions and systems at all stages of life. Sexual health implies a positive attitude towards sexuality and sexual relations, the ability to lead a sex life that is satisfying, lack of coercion, and discrimination and violence. The achievement and maintenance of sexual health is associated with the realization of the inherent sexual rights of people.
Reproductive health implies that people are capable of leading a safer sex life, and that they are capable of independently deciding when, and how often, to have sex. Men and women should be informed and have access to safe, effective, affordable and acceptable birth control methods. In addition, appropriate medical services for sexual and reproductive medicine, as well as sanitary standards are available for the birth of a healthy baby, thanks to which women can safely survive pregnancy and childbirth, increasing the chances of having a healthy baby.