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Sex After Childbirth

When To Start Sex After Childbirth?

A question asked by many people after childbirth as they are confused about how much should they wait after childbirth.

There are several reasons for the couple’s sex life to be interrupted for some time after childbirth. The first is that if an episiotomy or cesarean section has been performed on the mother, the wound should be healed. There is also the fact that after childbirth the woman may suffer vaginal bleeding that lasts for some time.

Another cause is that the baby is the absolute priority of the mother and the demand for continued care that requires care can cause fatigue and even disinterest in sex. Also, the so-called postpartum depression determines the couple’s sexual life in a decisive and negative way.

The most common is to hear that the sexual moratorium should be limited to the first month after childbirth, but there are women who wait for three, six or even twelve months. The truth is that there is no rule about the most appropriate time to resume sexual life, although some couples wait at least until the review of six weeks for the gynecologist to say whether or not they can resume sexual relations.

A frequent problem is that the man wants to resume sexual practice before the woman and a refusal on the part of her can generate a feeling of rejection in him. It is fundamental to maintain open communication between them and that he knows the physical state and mood of her, that is, the reasons for her refusal.

The important thing is to spend time together, especially when the baby is resting. The signs of affection and the expression of emotions, either through caresses and/or words, will help to break distances and recover the necessary complicity for sexual life. It should also be taken into account that intercourse is not necessary for a sexual relationship to be satisfactory.

However, there are physiological aspects that must always be taken into account. On the one hand, the episiotomy may cause discomfort for some time and the woman may suffer a transient situation of vaginal dryness that makes intercourse painful. Hence the convenience of using lubricating gels to reduce discomfort during sexual intercourse, although we must insist that it is not necessary to complete it from the start.

Another habitual recommendation from the sexologist in Delhi is that the woman performs the exercise to recover her habitual physical form as soon as possible and that she practices the so-called Kegel exercises (successive contractions of the perineal area). An adequate and healthy diet, as well as rest, complete the measures to recover the physical normality of the woman and with it the sexual life of the couple after childbirth.

Male Infertility

Male Infertility

One of the fields in which the best sexologist in Delhi has accumulated the most experience is the study and treatment of the male with infertility.

The philosophy of Dr. P K Gupta is to always carry out a study of the male in all those couples that consult for infertility and in those that are:

  • Altered seminogram
  • Erection or ejaculation problem as a cause of infertility
  • Genetic or family disease

In most couples, a male assessment should be made prior to any technique of assisted reproduction. The reasons that make us think so are the following:

  • Many of the causes of male infertility can be treated so that it is possible to solve the problem of the couple permanently. We believe that it is a better solution to solve the cause that conditions infertility (and expect to have a pregnancy in a natural way) than to achieve a pregnancy without having solved the problem presented by the man.
  • In many cases, the success rates achieved when treating males are even higher than those offered by “In vitro” Fertilization ( IVF ).
  • If the patient presents a severe alteration in the seminal quality, it is convenient to rule out genetic causes for said deterioration. The genetic alterations that the father carries are going to be transmitted to his offspring in the same degree or to a higher degree. These circumstances should be previously known to adopt the most advisable attitude based on the findings and their consequences.
  • Sometimes infertility is only the first manifestation of much more serious problems affecting the male: testicular tumor, genitourinary tuberculosis, renal agenesis, etc.

In our experience, better results are obtained than with assisted reproduction techniques in the following situations:

  • Reconstruction of vasectomies or vaso-vasostomies
  • Treatment of seminal infections
  • Treatment of erection or ejaculation problems
  • Treatment of hormonal defects
  • Varicocele correction in selected cases

When should the male be studied?

The evaluation of males with infertility problems is essential in all cases, even in those in which assisted reproduction techniques are going to be used. The sexologist doctor in Delhi must assess the males with infertility, trying to diagnose the problems that can be solved, which would allow the male to recover his fertility. When assisted reproduction techniques are going to be required, the andrological evaluation will also be necessary to rule out certain (mainly genetic) problems that may exist.

What are the main causes of male infertility?

Until a few years ago the causes that caused male infertility had not been studied in depth. However, advances in the field of sexology have made it possible to find an explanation for three-quarters of male infertility situations, which makes it possible in many cases to act on these causes in order to recover or improve their reproductive capacity.

A large part of cases of male infertility has a specific cause that can be identified. The presence of varicocele (a set of dilated veins around the testicles), infections in the seminal tract (ducts that carry semen from the testicles) and the existence of obstructions in the genital organs explain, together with genetic and congenital factors that they condition the production of sperm, approximately 70 percent of the cases, while the remaining 30 percent of the situations still do not have a known cause.

Some investigations point to different environmental factors such as exposure to radiation, pesticides or toxic substances used in the industry along with smoking as responsible for numerous cases of male infertility in recent decades. However, the exact influence of these factors on the deterioration of semen quality is not known with precision. Except in specific situations in which there has been a continuous exposure over time to high doses of these substances, we can not consider these factors as determinants of infertility.

Thus, in order of frequency, the main causes of male infertility are the following:

  • Varicocele (36%)
  • Obstructive azoospermia (17%)
  • Secretory azoospermia (15%)
  • Problems of erection or ejaculation (9%): The problems of erection or ejaculation (absence of ejaculation, the ejaculation of the semen towards the bladder instead of towards the outside, etc.) are the cause of up to 10% of cases of infertility of masculine origin.
  • Secretory Oligozoospermia (6.5%):
  • Infection of the seminal pathway (6.2%): The seminal pathway is the tube through which the sperm exit from the testicle to the outside. If there is an infectious process at some point along this route, the sperm will have to cross that infected area and this may mean that many will die or be destroyed
  • Obstructive oligozoospermia (6.2%):
  • Hormonal problems (3.1%): Sometimes male infertility is due to the existence of problems (due to excess or defect) in the sex hormones.
  • Unknown causes (16.6%): Despite having followed an adequate diagnostic process, between 15 and 20% of them will not be able to reach a diagnosis of the problem that causes the poor quality of the semen.
How Does Erection Work?

How Does Erection Work?

Erection is a function that depends on different mechanisms located at different levels. Let’s see how it works and some tips to avoid problems in maintaining the erection.

An erection starts from a sensory and / or mental stimulus. It is in the brain where sexual activation occurs, sending from it a signal that travels through the spinal cord through nerve stimuli that begin to stimulate the nerves located in the penis. This causes the corpora cavernosa to relax, favoring the entry of blood and resulting in stiffness in the area.

After this, and if ejaculation is achieved, or when the sexual stimulus subsides, other elements such as adrenaline cause the muscles to contract again, the accumulated blood comes out and the penis recovers the state of sagging.

For an erection you need:

  • A nervous system that works properly.
  • A vascular system that allows blood flow.
  • Ability to retain blood in the penis and keep it erect.

Why do erection problems appear?

Erection problems can appear for different reasons, taking into account that any problem in one of the elements involved in it can prevent it from happening. Broadly speaking, these causes are divided into two types:

  • Organic causes. When there is an alteration in the blood vessels, nerves or corpora cavernosa of the penis. Most often, what is affected are the blood vessels of the penis, which makes it difficult to enter or maintain the blood needed for an erection. This may be due to obstructions, trauma or injury to the arteries.
  • Cause psychogenic. When the origin is at the level of the brain (stress, depression, problems …)

Contrary to popular belief, advanced age by itself is not a cause of erectile dysfunction, but it is the diseases that usually occur at that time that influence its development. Also, taking drugs can also adversely affect erection.

Erectile dysfunction characteristics

To be considered erectile dysfunction, which appears most frequently in men over 40 years, the following situations must occur:

  • The problem of erection persists for more than three months, there is at least one failure every four intercourse.
  • There is a change in erection quality, both in stiffness and in time.
  • Inability to have or maintain an erection upon waking up in the morning.


Recommendations to avoid erection problems

There are several changes in lifestyle and habits recommended by the best sexologist in Delhi that can help prevent erectile dysfunction. Among them:

  1. Avoid tobacco

Tobacco use increases the probability of having erectile dysfunction by 60% and is the most frequent cause of erection problems in men under 35 years.

  1. Reduce alcohol intake.

Alcohol causes an interruption of the erection by inhibiting the proper functioning of the central nervous system, which justifies why in a state of drunkenness the satisfactory erection response is very limited.

  1. Healthy and balanced diet.

Obesity is linked to the development of metabolic disorders that can lead to diseases related to erectile dysfunction, such as cardiovascular problems or diabetes. Therefore, it is always advisable to follow a healthy diet to avoid excess weight.

  1. Exercise.

The regular practice of exercise reduces the chances of suffering from cardiovascular diseases, a factor that influences erectile dysfunction.

  1. Active sex life.

Maintaining sexual intercourse is a good exercise to keep the blood circulation and elasticity of arteries and corpora cavernosa of the penis in good condition, reducing the likelihood of developing an erectile dysfunction problem.

If you have an erection problem, at Dr. P K Gupta Clinic, we offer you the best erectile dysfunction treatment in Delhi. Do not hesitate to contact us or request a first appointment.

cause of erectile dysfunction

What are the Causes of Erection Disorders?

Anything that affects one or more of the elements involved in the erection can cause erectile dysfunction (impotence). In very general lines, we refer to organic causes when the vessels, nerves or corpora cavernosa of the penis are altered and psychogenic causes when the origin is at the level of the brain. On a large number of occasions, both organic and psychogenic causes can be found in the same individual. Apart from a large number of psychogenic problems such as depression, poor relationship, work or other problems, the fact of not having a proper erection condition a concern that makes the situation worse.

Among the organic causes, the most frequent are those that affect the blood vessels making it difficult to enter or maintain the blood in the penis. This may be due to obstructions (atherosclerosis), trauma or injury to the arteries. Since the penis is like a large blood vessel, it shares all the risk factors of cardiocirculatory disease (high cholesterol, smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity). In many cases, it is possible to discover an important disease such as hypertension or diabetes, whose first manifestation is an erectile dysfunction by affecting small arterial vessels before. If the disease progresses, it can subsequently affect the arteries of the heart. For this reason,

Certain diseases, injuries or other nerve injuries can also cause erectile dysfunction. A frequent situation is that which occurs when the complete removal of the prostate is performed due to cancer. In these cases, it is very difficult that the erection nerves that are attached to the prostate are not injured.

Advanced age by itself is not a cause of erectile dysfunction, however, it is very common due to the diseases that the individual presents and that can affect the erection.

There are a lot of drugs (antihypertensives, antidepressants, etc.), drugs and other toxins that can affect the erection by acting at different levels.

Certain diseases of the penis such as the so-called Peyronie’s disease (fibrosis of the penis) can also cause dysfunction.

The decrease in testosterone mostly affects sexual desire, but it can also negatively influence erection.

Apart from those mentioned, there are many other known and unknown causes of erectile dysfunction.

Androgen Deficiency Syndrome

Androgen Deficiency Syndrome

Androgen deficiency syndrome means that there are very few male hormones in the male body, mainly testosterone. It is often mistakenly referred to as ingroup or “male menopause.” However, the process is not as cruel as in females, but often has the same effect on life as hormonal changes in women, says the best sexologist in Delhi.

Causes of androgen deficiency syndrome

The concentration of physiological testosterone decreases with age, – even says that at the age of 30 years, men may feel a decrease in the concentration of this hormone (up to 0.8-1% per year). The deficiency of male hormones, preferably testosterone, may lead to changes in the regulation line: the hypothalamus-pituitary-testicle. The hypothalamus is responsible for stimulating the pituitary gland, which in turn is responsible for stimulating the testicles to produce testosterone with two substances: luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle stimulating hormone (FSH).

If any of these elements fails, it can translate into testosterone levels and human welfare. But not only the concentration of testosterone and other androgens affects the quality of life – strongly depends on genetic predisposition, substance abuse, lack of physical activity. Maintaining a healthy diet and regular sporting activities can significantly counteract changes in the body due to hormonal imbalance. Sexologist in Delhi even suggests that older men who lead a healthy lifestyle, testosterone levels may not change at all.

Symptoms of androgen deficiency

The symptoms of androgen deficiency are largely non-specific, and it’s difficult to say that their cause is too low at testosterone levels. However, if these symptoms occur, one should take into account the deficiency of androgen as one of the possible causes of this condition. Symptoms of androgen deficiency include:

  • reduction of sexual drive
  • problems with erection and achievement of orgasm,
  • problems with ejaculation (decrease in volume of ejaculation);
  • hot flashes and excessive sweating
  • breast augmentation, so-called gynecomastia
  • chronic fatigue, apathy, depression,
  • decreases muscle strength
  • increase in body fat, especially in the abdomen,
  • alopecia
  • increased risk of osteoporosis (testosterone deficiency causes loss of bone mass);
  • sleep problems
  • memory and concentration problems
  • changes in blood test: anemia, too high cholesterol level.

The most common symptoms of testosterone deficiency – these are problems in the intimate area. Other symptoms may occur during many other illnesses. Always, therefore, other conditions that may produce similar symptoms, such as thyroid hormonal disorders (fatigue may be the result of a deficiency of this organ) and pancreas (diabetes mellitus), and also make sure that the person does not lose power through secretly, should be excluded.

Treatment for androgen deficiency syndrome

The only treatment for androgen deficiency syndrome is substitution therapy, which includes the administration of testosterone (oral, transdermal or parenteral). However, according to sex specialist in Delhi, this is not always appropriate in each case. Before treatment, measure serum levels of testosterone (an indication for a long-term treatment level below 8 nmol / L) and, depending on the outcome and the presence of clinical signs, decide whether hormonal treatment should be offered. In addition to levels of testosterone, the diagnosis should be increased to:

  • complete urological examination
  • Determining the concentration of PSA (specific prostatic antigen) in men over 45 years of age,
  • determine the level of LH and calculate the level of actual testosterone deficiency,
  • blood tests: morphology, lipidogram, sugar level, liver enzymes,
  • estimation of the density of bone tissue in densitometry.

Only a surveyed husband may be offered substitution sex treatment in Delhi. In many patients with a limit testosterone level (8-12 nmol / L) and symptoms, the so-called testosterone trials for 3 months. In men with the biggest problem with changing body composition and worsening of sexual function, the use of testosterone can be very helpful. The goal of treatment is to achieve testosterone halfway through the norm and improve the health and well-being of the patient. Like any treatment, including testosterone, it is necessary to study each patient individually.

Testosterone preparations cannot be used in the following cases:

  • prostate cancer and breast cancer (also occurs in men);
  • incorrect results of morphology (with hematocrit> 54%);
  • severe symptoms of the lower urinary tract (for example, problems with urine outflow caused by benign prostatic hyperplasia).

Entering containing testosterone must carefully examine if:

  • serious organic diseases,
  • pulmonary diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or obstructive sleep apnea.

Treatment of Androgen Deficiency – Side Effects

If the dose is chosen correctly, side effects should not be severe or not at all. One of the main complaints of women is reported in the mammary glands (especially immediately after the start of replacement) and observed in the abnormality of blood as an increase in hematocrit (i.e., increase the ratio of the number of blood cells to the plasma serum level). When using testosterone need permanent care and regular check-ups and tests.

Testosterone has a beneficial effect on the male body. When correctly administered in the correct dose, and the patient is regularly checked, he may have many advantages for the intimate sphere of life and health in all its features – to prevent cardiovascular diseases, fractures, to improve the concentration of attention and relationships with other people. And if you manage to give up drugs and bad eating habits – that is nothing but a complete joy of life.

Tips To Stimulate The Couple's Sex Life

10 Tips To Stimulate The Couple’s Sex Life

Fatigue, stress, lack of communication, boredom and other similar factors sometimes cause the couple’s sex life to become a routine and monotonous act in which sex is performed less frequently and is unsatisfactory. However, healthy and full sex life is a fundamental part of the stability of the couple’s relationship.

Couple's Sex Life

What can be done to stimulate sexual activity and make it satisfying and pleasurable? There are a series of recommendations that the best sexologist in Delhi proposes to achieve this goal:

  • Communication: good communication also includes sexual activity. It is important to talk about sex and during sex. Both members of the couple should know what the other likes, what their most erogenous zones are, what makes them get more pleasure, what are the limitations of each one or why they are not prepared, etc. Communication not only gives confidence and avoids putting barriers where they do not necessarily exist, but also enhances moments of intimacy. It also helps overcome overcoming taboos or limits that have arisen from lack of experience.
  • Maintain an active attitude: there are people who maintain an attitude of passivity and expect the couple to take the initiative. Both have to be active, even competing to see who surprises who. Of course, respecting the fact that occasionally the other does not feel able to continue the game, without giving way to frustration. Communication is for this too.
  • Imagination: routine is the worst enemy of the sexual life of a couple, it leads to boredom, dissatisfaction and having less and less sexual relations. Change of place to practice sex, vary postures, provoke the couple, explore new experiences … everything contributes to practice sex with greater assiduity and obtain greater satisfaction.
  • Spontaneity: waiting to go to bed at night and being in bed is not the best thing to maintain a good sexual life, because not only does it lack spontaneity, but it is affected by the fatigue accumulated during the day. Many times you do not feel like it and sometimes you have sex with little effort and with the desire to finish soon so you can rest. The provocation is part of spontaneity, like looking for the diversity of moments in which to make love, reliving the first dates or any other initiative that generates sexual tension.
  • Find time for privacy: any time of day is good to enjoy sex. The important thing is to do everything possible to find intimate moments: when waking up, in the shower, during the nap of the children, promoting an escape from the respective obligations, after an outing with friends, organizing a weekend trip alone or placing children with grandparents … Wanting is power.
  • Romanticism: romanticism is not only outdated but is one of the best stimuli for a full sexual life, in which intercourse ceases to be a physical act to be completed with the expression of emotions and feelings, which will make it even more pleasant.
  • Adequate time for the preliminaries: the woman usually needs more time to achieve the excitement and be prepared for intercourse. There is to dedicate the necessary time to the games previous to the intercourse because on many occasions the orgasm is not reached because the state of excitation is not adequate. Caresses, kisses, oral sex or the use of toys help achieve this goal.
  • Premature ejaculation? Some men ejaculate too soon, sometimes because of the anxiety generated by the expectation of having sex when the time has not been done, others by not knowing that there are techniques to control ejaculation, but also by the existence of specific problems. If the problem persists it may be necessary to seek the advice of a sexologist in Delhi.
  • Rest and physical exercise: fatigue and stress are frequent causes of loss of sexual desire, so sleep well and rest properly is important to enjoy good sex life. Also, physical exercise facilitates relaxation and promotes sexual desire. Doing it together can be even better.
  • A good diet: a balanced diet is always important to maintain good health, but also for sexual function. Hypercholesterolemia, high blood pressure or diabetes can cause erection problems in men and loss of sexual appetite in both partners. Following a healthy diet and exercising regularly (at least half an hour a day) is the best way to avoid it
Inflammation of the penis

Inflammation of the penis

According to the best sexologist in Delhi, the foreskin of the penis and the glans (the cone-shaped termination of the penis) can become inflamed.

  • The balanitis is an inflammation of the glans.
  • The posthitis is inflammation of the foreskin.
  • The balanopostitis is inflammation of the glans and the foreskin at a time.

Men who develop balanoposthitis are more likely to later develop phimosis or paraphimosis (problems related to the foreskin) and cancer of the penis.


Various infections, such as those caused by yeast, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and scabies, cause inflammation of the penis. When the secretions are trapped under the foreskin, they can become infected and cause prostatitis, says sexologist in Delhi.

Non-infectious causes include skin disorders, including allergic reactions (for example, to a latex condom or to liquid or contraceptive gels), lichen planus, psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis and balanitis xerotica obliterans.

Often, balanoposthitis begins as balanitis. It develops more often if

  • The foreskin is tight
  • Man has diabetes mellitus


Inflammation of the penis causes

  • Pain
  • Pruritus
  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Secretion of the area under the foreskin

Often, the symptoms begin in two or three days after a sexual relationship. Ulcers may appear on the penis and swollen lymph nodes in the groin.


  • Medical evaluation

Sexologist doctor in Delhi often diagnoses inflammation of the penis by scanning the penis and genital area. Doctors can ask if the affected man has used latex condoms.

Measurements of blood sugar levels are performed to check for diabetes, and tests for the detection of yeast infections and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).


  • Good hygiene
  • Treatment of the cause of inflammation
  • Sometimes, circumcision

Sometimes the sex doctor in Delhi has to clean the area under the foreskin and inform the man about good hygiene habits. The cause of inflammation is treated. Circumcision can be done if the foreskin is too tight around the glans.

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Sexual Dysfunctions in Men & Women

According to sexologist in Preet Vihar, sexual dysfunction is the difficulty experienced by an individual or a partner during any stage of normal sexual activity, including physical pleasure, desire, preference, arousal or orgasm.

best sexologist in Preet Vihar

To define sexual dysfunction, the symptoms must be persistent and recurrent. We must also bear in mind that there are situations that do not constitute a sexual dysfunction even though they alter the sexual life of people and their partners; Among these situations, it is worth mentioning the lack of knowledge, fears, anguish, and abuse, says sexologist doctor in Preet Vihar.


Sexual dysfunction can have one of the following causes explained by best sexologist in Preet Vihar.

  • Organic: when sexual dysfunction is caused by genital diseases and urinary tract, hormonal, neurological, circulatory or drug abuse.
  • Psychological: related to factors such as anxiety, stress, depression, fear of failure, insecurity, education, religion and fear of pleasure, among others.
  • Of couple: relative to the permanent conflicts in the life of a couple, the relations of being able, the routine, the monotony, and the infidelity, among others.


  • Erectile dysfunction: called impotence, is the inability or difficulty of man to obtain or maintain an erection and achieve a satisfactory sexual relationship.
  • Premature ejaculation: inability to exercise control over ejaculation to the point that it interferes with one’s sexual satisfaction and that of the couple.
  • Delayed or absent ejaculation: there are excitement and erection but there is no ejaculation or it is late.
  • Sexual desire inhibited or low: absence or reduction of sexual desire, accompanied by the lack or absence of sexual fantasies.
  • Dyspareunia: pain in the sexual relation.
  • Ejaculation without pleasure
  • Phobia to pleasure or sex


  • Anorgasmia: inability or difficulty to have orgasms during sexual intercourse or masturbation. There are two types of Anorgasmia:
    • Primary: when the woman has never had an orgasm.
    • Secondary: when the woman has had orgasms and, suddenly or gradually, she stops having them.
  • Arousal disorder or anaphrodisia: occurs when the woman does not feel pleasure in sexual relations and there is little lubrication or does not occur at all.
  • Disorder of sexual desire or hypoactive sexual desire: absence or diminution of sexual desire, with few sexual fantasies or absolute absence of them.
  • Dispaurenia: vaginal pain, rectal or in the lower abdomen during intercourse.
  • Vaginismus: involuntary contraction of the muscles that surround the vagina when the couple tries to penetrate, preventing sexual intercourse.
  • Sexual phobia: aversion to sex.


  • Psychotherapy: when it is considered that sexual dysfunction has a psychological component.
  • Changes in lifestyle: stopping smoking and drug or alcohol abuse, as well as being physically active and learning how to manage or reduce stress can improve the enjoyment of the sexual experience.
  • Sildenafil Citrate: oral medications that act by inhibiting an enzyme that regulates the blood flow of the penis, to help people with erectile dysfunction. These medications have become first-line therapy because they provide an easy, safe and effective treatment solution for approximately 60% of men, says sexologist in Delhi.
  • Intracavernous pharmacotherapy: injection of a vasodilator drug directly into the penis in order to stimulate an erection. This method has a higher risk of priapism (if used in combination with other treatments) and localized pain. It is effective in approximately 85% of men, says the best sexologist in Preet Vihar.
  • Penile prosthesis: Technological advances have made the insertion of a penile prosthesis a safe option for erectile dysfunction treatment in Delhi; It offers the highest rates of satisfaction of patients and couples.
  • Hormone replacement therapy: can improve a woman’s sexual satisfaction.
  • Lubricants, analgesics and desensitizing agents: are usually prescribed for women who experience pain during intercourse.
  • Devices to stimulate the clitoris: Excitation improves with clitoral stimulation, a function that a vibrator can fulfill. Some women also find clitoris vacuum suction devices useful, although they can be cumbersome.
Androgen Deficiency Syndrome

Erectile dysfunction what role does testosterone have?

Many elderly men resort to therapies that increase testosterone levels to improve their problems of sexual impotence and their quality of life. Testosterone is a male hormone that is produced in the testicles and that, in addition to keeping bones and muscles strong, is responsible for producing sperm and maintaining sexual desire.

With age, testosterone levels decrease progressively, which can end up leading to problems of erectile dysfunction. According to the best sexologist in Delhi, Erectile dysfunction or impotence is a common pathology whose prevalence is estimated between 2 and 10 percent in men between 40 and 50 years, between 30 and 40 percent between 60 and 70 and in more than 50 percent in over 70


“The vast majority of men, throughout their lives, suffer from an erection problem due to certain medications, stress or specific diseases,” says Dr. P K Gupta, sexologist in Delhi. When the episodes are more recurrent, erectile dysfunction is considered, “which is more common in those patients who have diabetes, hypertension, neurological, cardiovascular, prostate, or cholesterol problems, although they also influence tobacco and alcohol,” says the top sexologist in Delhi.

The problem is that, as pointed out by different epidemiological studies, it is an underdiagnosed and subtracted pathology. “In fact, only 20 percent of those who suffer from it consult their problem with the sexologist doctor in Delhi, either because of embarrassment because of cultural factors or because it is not given enough importance”, Dr. P K Gupta warns.

More and more men decide to fight their problems of sexual dysfunction by supplementing their testosterone deficiencies with the help of artificial male hormones that can be applied in the form of gel, patches, implants or injections. However, until now, the effectiveness of these treatments and their long-term effects are not known with certainty.

Dr. P K Gupta, best sex doctor in Delhi says that, although testosterone does not seem to promote atherosclerosis or hardening of the arteries, it was suspected, does not prevent sexual impotence or health problems associated with aging.

“Specialist suggests that men should not use testosterone indiscriminately. We found that men with low testosterone levels are unlikely to benefit in terms of sexual function or quality of life, two reasons why men request this therapy, “says sex specialist in Delhi.

Libido Boosting Foods for Better Sex

Libido-Boosting Foods for Better Sex

Dr. P K Gupta, the best sexologist in Delhi, says all kind of healthy habits results in good sex, from regular exercise to good sleep. But our diet plays one of the most important roles in how our body performs, so why not adding foods on the plate which boost libido and keep our sex drive humming?

We are not just talking about foods that keep your mood up with sensual taste or texture. These foods help to stimulate or help hormone release in your body that are related to sexual performance and sexual pleasure.

Sex is not all about orgasm and keeps the mood light. Sex also helps to maintain a healthier weight and a stronger immune system.
Are you still looking for any reasons to eat these libido-boosting foods regularly?

7 Libido-Boosting Foods for Great Sex

1. Watermelon

Watermelon is one of the great sources of citrulline, a compound that enables the body to loosen up veins, boosting bloodstream to our penis. This is the reason it is also called natural viagra.

2. Pine Nuts

Pine nuts are a great source of zinc, which is associated with increasing sex drive by stimulating testosterone release.

3. Beef

Beef also contains zinc, and iron, which helps red blood cells transport oxygen, giving you energy. Plus, it contains B vitamins and protein for fuel and endurance. Protein will also help stimulate the release of dopamine, a neurotransmitter that controls the brain’s reward and pleasure centers.

4. Dark Chocolate

Chocolate contains a compound called phenylethylamine, which stimulates the release of endorphins, a chemical released after a great workout, and feel-good dopamine.

5. Warming Spices

Turns out there’s a reason people allude to “spicing things up” in the room. Cayenne produces warm by expanding the dissemination and bloodstream. Nutmeg and cinnamon are utilized in numerous societies as an aphrodisiac. Just the aroma of these spices could improve your mood, soothe nerves, and spark your sex drive.

6. Asparagus

Asparagus makes the list because it’s high in folate, a B vitamin that regulates the production of histamine. News flash: That’s the chemical that’s released during an orgasm.

7. Walnuts

Finally, walnuts are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, healthy fats that boost dopamine and also arginine, an amino acid that increases the production of nitric oxide, which relaxes blood vessels and increases circulation.

May we suggest a steak dinner with a side of asparagus topped with pine nuts…with a spicy chocolate bar for dessert?