The Family Planning Association of Hong Kong (FPAHK) has launched a new counselling and medical service to help young men with sex-related problems and issues. The Young Men Sexual Health Service is the first 'sexual and reproductive health care' service primarily for males aged 14 to 26, said the FPAHK. Dr Susan Fan Yun-sun of the FPAHK said the association recognised the need for the service in response to another of its programmes called the Well Men Clinic. 'Almost 10 per cent of the clinic's clients were aged 26 or younger, so we decided to set up a service specifically for their psychological and physical health,' said Dr Fan. Lam Wai-chon, a Form Four student at Kei San Secondary School, said the service would be useful to him, even though his school provides sex education. 'When I have questions I dare not ask my teachers as we know each other too well,' said Wai-chon. The Young Men Sexual Health Service will be available every Friday from 5pm to 8pm at the FPAHK in Wan Chai. It will be attended by a male doctor, counsellors and nurses and is open to males only. For more information, visit FPAHK's Web site, www.famplan.org.hk or call 2572 2222.