Today CPCS staff visited the Sober Girls Rehab Center to organize a health camp for the girls who have been sent there through the National Child Rights Council.
Among the 55 girls present, 36 benefited from a health check-up.
They were mainly affected by leukorrhea, which caused them white or yellowish vaginal discharge. Hence, they were given a cream and also advised on how to maintain their hygiene.
There were also other illnesses such as abdominal pain, urgency (not able to control urine), skin burning sensation, chest pain, eye irritation or redness, toothache, cough, headache, menstrual disorder, nausea, or even STDs. Thanks to the medicine and advice provided, they got much better!