Erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence, is an inability to get an erection that can substantially be maintained till the end of intercourse.
Various conditions can cause infertility in men. Some of them are:
Men and women contribute to infertility equally. Usually in 40% cases it is due to men, 40% cases it is due to women and rest is due to both.
There is no precise ideal duration for performance during sex. The duration of intimate relations is highly variable and depends on many factors specific to the individuals involved.
Various techniques are helpful in delaying ejaculation. Some of them are using thick condoms, exercise and yoga, self help techniques (start-stop techniques, squeeze technique), taking deep breaths before ejaculation, sex therapy and counselling.
As men age, pain and fatigue become real issues. Pain is caused by age-related diseases such as arthritis and diabetes, or by muscle soreness, and can make sex less enjoyable thus decreasing a man's sex drive. Likewise, fatigue can impair a man's sexual impulses and decrease his sexual performance.
Kegel exercise can help men to increase their sexual performance, elongate ejaculation time. Read our blog on Kegels for men.
Average length of penis varies form 2.5 to 4 inches in flaccid state and from 4.5 to 6.4 inch when erect. For satisfying a female partner any size above 2.5 inch.
This is called as Phimosis, a medical condition where there is excess of foreskin on penis and it cannot be retracted completely. It can be treated surgically by circumcision. Consult an urologist or andrologist.
Diabetes affects the nervous and circulatory systems in humans. One of three diabetic patients suffer from sexual dysfunctions. Proper diet and exercise are essential. Consult a specialist to know the best treatment for you.
A common condition which causes boy's or men's breast to swell and become larger than normal. This is called as gynecomastia. This is treatable condition and treated either by medications, correction of hormonal imbalance or surgery.
Normal sperm count varies between 20 million to 150 million sperms in a milliliter of semen sample. In this sample, at least 60% of sperms should have normal motility and shape.
Reduce stress levels, quit smoking, stop heavy alcohol consumption, reduce frequency of masturbation, maintain proper diet and regular exercise
Nightfall can be treated with medicines and some other means. In most cases, it gets resolved itself without any treatment over a period of time.
Nausea, breast tenderness, delayed menstruation, lower abdominal ache, headache, vomiting and irregular menstruation are some of the temporary side-effects of the emergency contraceptive pill. However, these effects subside within a day or two depending on the metabolism of the woman. If these effects continue, it is advised to consult a doctor.
The emergency contraceptives are hormonal pills and its long time usage can lead to severe menstrual problems or even ovarian damage.
Timing is more important for getting pregnant. Having sex during fertile period (within six days before ovulation day) increases the chances of getting pregnant multiple times. Also, overall health of women is essential.
Very minimal, almost zero, if sexual intercourse is not involved.
Pregnancy is technically possible during five days before ovulation through to the day of ovulation. These six days are the fertile window in a woman's cycle, and reflect the lifespan of sperm (5 days) and the lifespan of the ovum (24 hours). If a woman has sex six or more days before she ovulates, the chances that she will get pregnant is virtually zero. If she has sex five days before she ovulates, her probability of pregnancy is about 10%. At the end of the fertile window, the probability of pregnancy declines rapidly and by 12-24 hours after she ovulates, a woman is no longer able to get pregnant during that cycle.
Resuming your sex-life may take time and you may feel ready within weeks or you may not be ready for months. Every woman is different, so don't feel pressurized or worry that you're not normal.
Its is important to maintain hygiene of your private parts before and after having sex. Use condoms. Use lubrication if needed. If a women is having pain, it is better to consult a gynecologist.
Delay in periods can be of multiple reasons. One of them is pregnancy. While other reasons include stress, obesity, low body weight, use of contraceptive pills, some chronic diseases, thyroid issues. In case of heavy bleeding, severe pain, nausea and vomiting, bleeding that lasts longer than seven days consult a doctor immediately.
As long as your pregnancy is proceeding normally (consult a gynecologist for report on your pregnancy), you can have sex as often as you like. However, as pregnancy progresses hormonal fluctuations, fatigue, nausea, weight gain and other symptoms may lower your sexual drive.
Having sex does not lead to miscarriage. Most miscarriages occur because the fetus (baby) isn't developing normally.
Mother body keeps the baby safe. Your developing baby is protected by the amniotic fluid in your uterus, as well as the strong muscles of the uterus itself. Having sex or any sexual activity does not affect your baby.
You need to take a doctor advice if:
The focus area in premarital counselling is specific issues and questions as well as anxieties one may have regarding marriage. You will have more sexual health information about yourself and your partner. Knowing oneself and one's partner better and having more aligned expectations can go a long way in setting the space for a loving relationship and reducing potential conflicts.
To assess sexual fitness the user undergoes the following tests.
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Although one is virgin or had made love previously, anxiety and enthusiasm will always be there when it comes to having sex on first night. Our doctors will provide you answers from how to initiate the talk during first night, how to get your partner aroused and advice on making love. Also, our experts will demystify some of the myths and answer questions pertaining about your married life.
Couples therapy, also called marriage counselling, is a type of psychotherapy. Marriage counseling helps couples of all types recognize and resolve conflicts and improve their relationships. Through marriage counseling, you can make thoughtful decisions about rebuilding your relationship or going your separate ways.
Sex therapy is one step further of couple therapy focusing on the couple's physical relationship. A sex therapist recommends specific exercises to refocus the couple's attention and expectations.
A sex therapist help the couple practice in talking about sex, assign sensual homework and analyze the results. Sex therapy does not mean having sex in front of a therapist. Some of the questions that sex therapist treat are: desire differences, erectile issues, low sex drive, lack of sexual interest, pain during intercourse among women.
Doctor's gender is irrelevant. Men and women sex therapists are well qualified and trained to help the client to understand the problem and provide best possible treatment. What is more important is client's communication during the entire process.
Sex education for adults involves not just information about sex but our specialists give you advices and suggestions on
You can get tested in sexologist clinic, hospital or Integrated Counselling and Testing Centers (ICTC). ICTC is located in most of the government hospitals across India. We will soon be providing you with diagnostic and STD testing services at comfort of home.
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