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The nerves on my penis shows very clearly. Sometimes it shrinks but sometimes proper. Is this normal?
I am taking clopivas 75 mg metformin 1 mg crestor 25 mg Telma am40 metosartan 50 mg can I take Viagra?
Dear sir please give me best advise What penis size perfect then life partner happy please give me best advise penis size matter in sex or not.
Hello Dr. I had an exposure on 2nd dec 2018. After that in one week I had an elisa test on 8 days which turns negative then I had an pro viral dna test on 10 days which came not detected, then I took elisa test from apollo on 18th day and its negative and and again I took elisa test on day 22 which was negative. Again I had elisa TEST on 27th day and its negative from apollo. After that I took HIV DUO COMBO on 29th day from Dr. safe hand and its negative and 33 day I took elisa test and its negative and one more RNA pcr test on 37 day and its not detected. My question could I relax now and stay without relax with my wife or still I need to do test at three month or its conclusive am in depression.
HI, My husband is 40 year old and use have drink 5 to 6 days in a week and he come out in a very short time at the time of intercourse and most of the time he refuse intercourse may 1 or 2 intercourse in a month we have is it normal or and problem here kindly let me know.
I am taking ashvagandharist on daily basis. I want to know that, is it good or bad. I have taken for pain in my testicles.
I am 28 year old, is there is any homeopathic medicine is there to increase the length and girth of penis?
Sir I am suffering from sexual problem my penis is very little only 4 inch I want increase it my sex timing is very short time please tell me something idea how to increase my penis please plz sir.
I am 32 years old female. Mother of two baby boys. I.e 4 years and 10 months. Birth are normal delivery. But since first baby delivery I'm in habit of eating raw rice, have severe fowl smell in vagina, severe back pain, specially lower, upper and middle part of backbone. Please help.
The discipline of oncosexology has emerged in recent times with the idea of spreading the awareness of sexual issues in oncology care and emphasizes on the importance of approaching these issues to prevent the development of severe sexual dysfunctions or problems. Although the rate of sexual problems in cancer patients is reported to be around 35-50% worldwide, and despite the fact that both cancer care providers and patients recognize the weight of discussing sexual issues, it is unfortunate that neither group are observed to do so.
Impact of Cancer on sexual functioning
It is invariably true for all cancer treatment options that they can potentially affect sexuality in a negative way with their impact, ranging from comparatively clement to extremely enfeebling. The impact on sexuality may arise from a number of biological, psychological and relational consequences of cancer and more than often, a composition of bio-psycho-social factors are involved. While men suffered from erectile dysfunction, retrograde ejaculations and loss of sexual desire, in women, sexual dysfunction is commonly associated with abrupt failure of ovaries and its related menopausal symptoms. Psychologically, the differences in dealing with emotions and feelings of disappointment can cause anxiety, which, in turn, can steer towards sexual distancing.
Steering towards sexual activity during/after treatment
Most patients remain oblivious to the very idea of oncosexology as a result of lack of awareness about possible treatments and its mode of addressal. Maintaining a healthy sexual relationship in such cases requires support and encouragement from healthcare professionals. Oncosexology, therefore, aims at a well rounded integration of sexual rehabilitation in the context of oncology care since sexuality is indeed extremely important in enhancing the quality of life.
Cancer patients can use the following tips for having a better sex life:
1. Sexual activity largely depends upon the energy and comfort level between the partners affected by the disease. Inhibitions are natural and sexual activity needn't involve intercourse or oral sex alone. Foreplay, mutual masturbation and usage of vibrators and lubrications may also ease the pain and discomfort.
2. Partners need to communicate openly about their feelings and what feels good and what doesn't in bed.
3. Using protection is a must. Chemotherapy may persist in the semen 48-72 hours prior to treatment.
4. Explore with different positions in order to find what's best for both you and your partner if the usual ones seem painful.
5. Speak to a sexologist or sex therapist beforehand in order to have a clear picture about the possible consequences of your treatment on your sexuality.
6. Coping with body image concerns may also pose to be another challenge. Exercising and eating well improves health and boosts self esteem.