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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.

Causes

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 postitis, 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

symptom

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.

Diagnosis

  • 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).

Treatment

  • 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.

sexual dysfunctions in men and women

Sexual Dysfunctions in Men & Women

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.

To define a 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.

Causes

Sexual dysfunction can have one of the following causes explained by top sexologist in Delhi.

  • 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.

Mens

  • 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.
  • 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

Women

  • 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.

Treatments

  • 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.
  • 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 Delhi.
  • Penile prosthesis: Technological advances have made the insertion of a penile prosthesis a safe option for the treatment of erectile dysfunction; 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.

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 diabeteshypertension, neurologicalcardiovascularprostate, 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 suggest 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

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 source 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 which 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 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?

Low sex desire treatment in Delhi

Overcoming Premature Ejaculation During Intercourse

Do I have a problem with premature ejaculation?

How long should sex last? There aren’t any hard and fast rules: the best answer is, as long as the couple involved wants it to. Some couples might be very satisfied with, say, twenty minutes of sexual touching and caressing, followed by intercourse that lasts a couple of minutes; whereas others might enjoy having intercourse lasting ten, twenty, thirty minutes or more.

There probably isn’t a man alive who doesn’t ejaculate (also referred to as come or cum) more quickly than he was expecting to, once in a while. What we mean by “premature ejaculation” is a pattern of:

  • coming before, during or very shortly after penetration, which
  • occurs at least half of the time, and
  • which causes you and/or your partner disappointment and distress.

In the most severe cases, a man might ejaculate just by thinking about or preparing for sex, before he or his partner has even touched his penis (while he is undressing, for example).

If this doesn’t sound like you, but you worry you might be suffering from premature ejaculation because you think you should be lasting longer, then the first thing to ask yourself is, says who? Is it you who wants to enjoy longer intercourse? Or is it that you think your partner wants you to last longer? If it’s the latter, have you actually asked her (or him)? Sometimes we find a man has unrealistic expectations about how long sex should last and thinks he should be thrusting away like a piston engine for hours, based on what he’s heard, read, or seen in the movies… but in fact it turns out that his partner is perfectly happy with the way things are, or even wishes intercourse didn’t go on quite so long! Communication can be a wonderful thing …

If, however, it’s clear that your pattern of ejaculatory control is causing problems for you and your partner, then meet Dr P K Gupta, sexologist in Delhi.

Who is affected?

Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual problems, affecting around four out of every ten men. The problem is seen most often in:

  • Younger men, with limited sexual experience
  • Men who have recently started a sexual relationship with a new partner
  • Men who have infrequent sexual intercourse.

Most men with this difficulty have always had it, i.e. they have never been able to gain control over when they ejaculate once they are sexually aroused; this is called primary premature ejaculation. In other cases, however, the difficulty can develop later in life, perhaps following years of satisfactory functioning, either because of a change of circumstances, or sometimes as an early sign of the onset of erectile dysfunction or other disease; this is known as secondary premature ejaculation.

What causes premature ejaculation?

The causes are still not fully understood. Although we know that anxiety is perhaps the most important factor, and that early sexual experiences are often implicated, it is not certain whether some men also have an inherent physical reason for being more easily aroused than other men are, for example a difference in the way ejaculatory function is mediated by the nervous system, or sensitivity in the skin of the penis.

It is believed that the following factors can all have a role in primary premature ejaculation:

  • Infrequent sexual activity
  • A lack of sexual knowledge, in particular a lack of awareness of the sensations that precede orgasm
  • Early sexual experiences that were rushed, uncomfortable and included a fear of discovery, for example secret masturbation in a bedroom shared with a brother, or hurried sex the back of a car
  • Sexual guilt or negative views about sex, perhaps caused by a restrictive or strict religious upbringing, or by being uncomfortable with certain sexual fantasies
  • Neurological problems which means the arousal circuit is not fully intact
  • Low testosterone levels.

The following factors are more likely to be implicated in secondary premature ejaculation:

  • Infrequent sexual activity
  • Prior sexual experiences in which the man has felt a failure or been shamed
  • If his partner has a sexual problem such as a lack of desire, the man may adapt by learning to “get it over with quickly”
  • Similarly, the onset of erectile dysfunction can cause a man to use high levels of fantasy to try to keep his erection, leading to overexcitement and ejaculation
  • Disease such as urological disorders, prostatitis or diabetes mellitus
  • Withdrawal from ephedrine, trifluoperazine and opiate drugs.

What effect does it have?

Premature ejaculation can cause a lot of misery and conflict in a relationship. At an emotional level, the man will often feel ashamed, humiliated and inadequate, while his partner feels frustrated and angry – “this wouldn’t happen if he just tried harder”. If he senses his partner’s annoyance – especially if it spills over into sarcastic and cutting remarks – this will only serve to make the problem much worse. This is because over-excitement and anxiety produce a very similar effect in the body – and both are basic features of premature ejaculation. Hence, the more he thinks, ‘I mustn’t come too soon, or else my partner will be furious’, the more likely he is to do just that. This means that partners have a crucial role in helping a man to overcome this problem: premature ejaculation treatment in Delhi is much more likely to be successful if the man’s partner is willing to attend sessions at the sexologist clinic in Delhi and to work on the problem at home with him in a kind and co-operative way.

Premature ejaculation can also lead to other problems in sexual functioning, both for the man and for his partner. The man who is worried about coming too soon is likely to get into a number of habits that make sexual dissatisfaction more likely:

  1. He may be so preoccupied with trying to control his ejaculation that he becomes a spectator in the lovemaking, rather than a full participant. If this leads to a reduction in pleasure and sensation for him, this may have a negative impact on his levels of sexual desire, and lead to a difficulty in getting future erections.
  2. Similarly, if he tries “thinking about something else” during sex in the mistaken belief that this will help him to last longer, his partner may well sense detachment and emotional distance, and feel unhappy as a result.
  3. He may reduce the length of time spent in foreplay in an attempt to get on to intercourse before he comes; as a result, his partner is not sufficiently aroused and is even less likely to have an orgasm, compounding the sense of dissatisfaction between them.

Very often, the net result of all this is that the couple start to attempt lovemaking less and less often; and you won’t need two guesses for on the effect this has on the man’s tendency to come too quickly.

Is there a cure?

Happily, many men are able to overcome this problem in time with the help of sex specialist in Delhi. At the sex clinic in Delhi, you will be invited to attend an assessment interview, ideally with your sexual partner if you have one, where a thorough psychosexual, relationship and medical history is taken, and a tailored treatment plan will be devised.

The early part of therapy will involve helping you both to understand the condition and to share with each other how you feel about it. We will also help you find ways to improve your intimate relationship while treatment is underway. Your therapist may teach you how to practice pelvic floor exercises (also called Kegels) regularly, to help you understand your pelvic area better and to tone your muscles.

Treatment specific to the problem can be divided into two main approaches:

  1. Exercises that teach you voluntary control of the ejaculatory process;
  2. Physical treatments that prolong the time it takes you to reach orgasm, if it is not possible for you to gain ejaculatory control.

To know more about the treatment, call us or visit us at our clinic in Delhi.

Significance Of Sex In A Healthy Relationship: Are You Doing It Enough?

Couples everywhere are busy. So busy that they hardly have time to get engaged. Indeed, we’re discussing sex. In the event that you look around, there is sexual symbolism all over. However, oddly, couples are having less sex than previously.

Sex Is Vital To Your Relationship

Sex is an ordinary and vital piece of a sound relationship and not getting enough of it can regularly prompt hatred, dissatisfaction, and absence of passionate closeness. Studies have demonstrated that sexual abundances can make you more inclined to pressure and more prone to feel dismal or discouraged.

Consider it this way: sex is most likely the main thing you share with your accomplice that you don’t impart to any other individual. It is, along these lines, one of a kind to only you two – something that makes you more than only companions or flatmates. A decent sexual coexistence not just keeps your relationship going, it is one of the keys grapples with a sound relationship – the magic that binds you!

Sex Offers You Several Benefits As A Couple

More Emotional Intimacy

Sex requires that accomplices converse with each other about what turns them on and how they get a kick out of the chance to be touched. This brings you nearer as a couple and creates further levels of transparency, trust, and vulnerability to each other, at last preparing for more passionate intimacy and satisfaction.

Greater Commitment

Studies have demonstrated that couples seeing someone, where there is occasionally to zero sex, are by and large not so much cheerful but rather more likely to separate than couples who have more sex. Sexologist in Delhi says that when sex leaves a relationship, it can be an indication that enthusiastic closeness is gone as well. This regularly influences accomplices to think about whether they’d be more joyful and more satisfied with others.

Better Quality of Life

Sexual closeness and a fantastic sexual coexistence are related to the general nature of your life. Engaging in sexual relations routinely improves your feeling of prosperity and furthermore makes you more sure and intense. To some extent, this is on the grounds that sex influences your mind to discharge endorphins and oxytocin, the vibe great hormone which encourages sentiments of connection and holding with your accomplice.

It Makes You Smarter

Trust it or not, sex could really make you more intelligent! A recent report led by the University of Maryland demonstrated that mice who were permitted to engage in sexual relations showed better intellectual capacity and mental execution.

Better Physical Health

On the off chance that the enthusiastic and mental advantages of engaging in sexual relations weren’t sufficient, simply take a dekko at its physical advantages. Studies demonstrate that sex triggers an entire bundle of neurotransmitters that affect the cerebrum. Sex has been deductively appeared to bring down circulatory strain, advance better sleep, reinforce the immune system, bring down the danger of cardiovascular problems, and minimize stress. It likewise enhances confidence and brings down nervousness and depression.

For men, sex can help enhance erectile capacity and for ladies, it advances better vaginal well-being, says Dr. P. K. Gupta, best sexologist in Delhi. In conclusion, a superior sexual coexistence makes you more inclined to age healthy and live more.

There’s No Golden Number But Have Sex Often

There is no perfect number of times that you ought to engage in sexual relations. The perfect number is the thing that the two accomplices are fulfilled and happy with. So the topic of “how frequently” is best talked about between couples. The key is to keep at it and work at it!

Support Your Sex Life

It is imperative to truly support your sexual coexistence as a couple and give it the time and consideration it requires. Sitting tight for sex to happen unexpectedly is alright, however being conscious of it makes it more probable that you’ll really take care of business.

Work On Your Mindset

A standout amongst the most awesome things you can do keep up a sound sexual coexistence is to acknowledge the possibility that you are a sexual being and that you should be pleasured by your partner – not simply offer delight to him/her. Sex is an action that the two accomplices need to appreciate.

Roll out Lifestyle Improvements

Sexologist doctor in Delhi, Dr. P. K. Gupta recommends that stopping smoking and practicing consistently can zest up your sexual coexistence by enhancing bloodstream to your sex organs and reinforcing your cardiovascular muscles.

Address Unresolved Issues In Your Relationship

Uncertain issues between a couple can be fatal for your sexual wellbeing and closeness. Advisors collectively concur that when couples encounter sexual issues, it is typically caused by a more profound issue in the relationship. The most frequent culprits that prompt couples having less or no sex are repressed sentiments of outrage, hatred, dissatisfaction, and disillusionment. At the point when couples don’t resolve these issues, it spoils and ends up lethal after some time, prompting lower sex drive and absence of physical affection.

Talk. Truly Talk.

To sustain your sexual association with your partner, you ought to have the capacity to express your considerations and emotions to your loved one without feeling judged or embarrassed. At the point when a couple can do as such, they encourage comprehension and acknowledgment, which additionally makes it less demanding for them to express their sexual wants, needs, and, truly, even dreams in the room.

Keep in mind, It’s Not Just About Intercourse

Sex does not generally need to mean sex. Kissing, touching, cuddling, kneads, whispering sweet nothings, naughty talk, and foreplay would all be able to help keep up that start and zest things up for you as a couple. Foreplay is particularly vital to building a cozy sexual relationship and makes each partner feel wanted.

Schedule It!

It sounds odd and unromantic, however, it really is orderly about sex and put it on your plan for the day. Set minimum one hour in seven days aside to go through with your accomplice nestling, talking, doing foreplay, touching each other, and yes, engaging in sexual relations. Try not to utilize being tired or your children as an excuse to avoid sex. That is simply not adequate. On that note, once you hit the bed, keep your electronic gadgets away regardless of how enticing it may be to check your web-based social networking. Keep in mind, your partner is the need here.

On the off chance that you’ve abandoned sex for a really long time, it has an open discussion with your partner. What’s more, in case you’re terrified to do as such or experience difficulty discussing it, think about observing a couples’ advisor as well as sex specialist in Delhi to encourage the discussion.