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B294.Shahpura Bhopal
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Pragati Maternity Clinic is known for housing experienced Gynaecologists. Dr. Sapna Bajaj Jain, a well-reputed Gynaecologist, practices in Bhopal. Visit this medical health centre for Gynaecologists recommended by 40 patients.


02:00 PM - 09:00 PM


Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh - 462022
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MD- Obstetric & Gynaecology
20 Years experience
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Please suggest. Once I ejaculated in her. She took an ipill. How much more time can I ejaculate in her while being safe from getting pregnant?

Homeopath, Delhi
Please suggest. Once I ejaculated in her. She took an ipill. How much more time can I ejaculate in her while being sa...
Only one encounter is sufficient to get pregnant. There is no limit if she is safe from getting pregnant.
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Intimacy Among The Senior Couples

MS Human Sexuality, M.Phil Clinical Psychology, PhD (Behaviour Modification), Certified In Treatment of Resistant Depression
Sexologist, Hyderabad
Intimacy Among The Senior Couples

The general perception and prejudices of an ‘asexual’ old age, of sex in older people being disgusting, or simply funny. Research suggests, that many older people enjoy an active sex life although they may face several problems. If doctors do not accept that older people may enjoy sex, then it is unlikely that sexual problems will be effectively explored, diagnosed and treated. This article aims to  dispel the myth of a totally ‘asexual’ old age

Available research suggests that increasing age is associated with a decreased interest in sex. A survey showed that older respondents had less interest in sex, with 98% of 50–59 year olds giving it at least ‘some importance’ compared with 72% of 70–80 year olds. It is interesting, however, that the centenarians did report greater satisfaction with life and family relationships than the younger age groups. A large study using face-to-face interviews showed 59% of 75–85 year olds still attributed some importance to sex.

In general, the responses showed that those aged >70 placed less importance on sex than the younger participants.There are also gender differences, with the greatest difference being in the older age groups 41.2% of males aged 75–85 stated an interest in sex compared with 11.4% of females the same age, the men nearly always initiated the sexual interactions rather than the women. interest in sex among older men has increased over the last 10 years possibly due to the effective and well-publicised drugs for erectile dysfunction (ED) starting with Viagra in 1998.

Looking  at sexual function across four domains (desire, erection, orgasm and ejaculatory functions) and found a decrease in all with increasing age. However, even among the oldest men (aged 70–80), 46% reported orgasm at least monthly.

What causes the decrease in sexual interest and function in older adults?

  • General physical health
  • Psychological causes
  • Male sexual dysfunction 
  • Female sexual dysfunction 
  • Practical problems such as loss of partner 
  • Delay in seeking help from Sexologist due to embarrassment 

Educating old age patients is an important task. This includes educating about ‘lifestyle factors’ (e.g. smoking, obesity, diabetic control) which can affect sexual functioning—using the concept of remaining sexually active life years may assist patients in making healthier choices. Patients should also be educated about the changes they can expect in sexual functioning as they age, and the options available to help them. Sexologist also need to be educated to increase awareness of sexuality in older age and improve communication skills. A multidisciplinary approach when possible should be used.

Finally words are that senior citizens are also sexual and not asexual due to the above problems and aging factors there is a decline in interest which is natural however minimal interest is definitely there and sexologist can educate and treat any dysfunction that they might be having unless it’s due to another disorder like cancer, or enlarged prostrate, high diabetes, etc.

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Penis Health 101: Is Hot Tub Play Really Safe?

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Penis Health 101: Is Hot Tub Play Really Safe?

Penis Health 101: Is Hot Tub Play Really Safe?

Hot tubs offer a variety of great reasons to indulge. Not only do they make a great sensual play space for those who are so inclined, they also serve the very practical purpose of soothing sore muscles and helping a guy relax in a way that he just can't find anywhere else. The benefits are obvious. But are there equal benefits for penis health?

Hot tubs have gotten a bad reputation over the years, to the point where sometimes men are encouraged to stay away from the spa and find something else to enjoy when it's time to relax. So it's important that a man understands the questions surrounding the hot tub and makes up his own mind as to whether the soak is safe. Here are some facts on that can shed light on penis health.

1) The water can get really hot. Though this is great for muscles that ache, it's not necessarily the best for delicate penis skin, especially if a guy indulges in the hot tub on a regular basis. Hot water leaches away the essential oils in the skin, which are necessary to help keep the skin hydrated, smooth and supple. As these oils vanish, the skin can take on a dry, ashy appearance, as well as begin itching something fierce.

2) The jets are powerful. The jets in a hot tub are great for massaging the sore muscles and helping a guy relax, but he should take care to keep his penis away from the most powerful jets of water. Though some guys might be tempted to use the jets as a way to pleasure themselves, they should keep in mind that the very rough "handling" they get from those jets can be enough to damage the penis skin.

3) Hot tubs need chemical treatments on a regular basis. Though this is great for keeping the water fresh and clean, it's not great for a guy's skin, especially the most delicate areas. In fact, a particular type of rash can result from chemicals being forced into the hair follicles with the constant motion of the water. Besides that, the chemicals must be perfectly balanced or they could lead to soreness, redness, chafing and other problems.

4) Hot tub water is rarely changed. Why are all those chemicals necessary? Because the water in a hot tub is usually changed only once or twice per year. This might be fine if it's a man's personal tub and he's paying close attention to the chemical balance, but it's one very good reason why a guy might want to skip the public hot tubs.

5) Some old hot tubs have exposed moving parts. For some, the jets do have moving parts that can be touched by someone using the tub. And from time to time, an adventurous guy might come into contact with those parts, perhaps even with his penis. And that's where the trouble starts. There have been reports of men getting their delicate equipment trapped among the jets and other areas of their hot tub, leading to pain, injury and of course, a quite embarrassing extraction.

So how does a man enjoy a hot tub and still maintain good penis health? He should take care with the jets, make sure the water is not too hot and make a point of using his own personal tub - where he can control the chemicals and water cleanliness - rather than using a public tub. And every time he gets out of the hot tub, he should rinse off in the shower and then apply a top-notch penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A nutrient crème that contains a wealth of healthy vitamins can help replenish the skin's natural balance. A crème with Shea butter and vitamin E for hydration is especially welcome to prevent dryness.

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Penis Problems Due To Antidepressants

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Penis Problems Due To Antidepressants

Penis Problems Due to Antidepressants

Advances in the mental health field have benefited countless people in recent years. The rise of antidepressants in particular has enabled many whose quality of life would otherwise have been severely impaired to experience happier, less anxious lives. Of course, as with all mediations, antidepressants do come with potential side effects which may bother some people - and surprisingly, sometimes these side effects can potentially have an impact on penis health. So for men taking antidepressants, it's valuable to know about penis problems that could possibly result.

How antidepressants work?

People often say that antidepressants "cure" depression, but that's not exactly true. What they do is work on certain brain circuits and neurotransmitters in such a way that chemicals are released that seem to ease depression.

There are a variety of antidepressants, but the ones that this article is concerned with belong to a class called reuptake inhibitors, and specifically to a subclass of these known as SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors). The way SSRIs work is by keeping neurotransmitters "active" for a longer period of time, thus improving communication between the nerve cells. This helps the brain regulate a person's mood (including feelings of depression).

Potential penis problems of SSRIs

There are potential penis problems associated with the use of some antidepressants, especially SSRIs. Exactly how prevalent are these problems? That's hard to determine, although one study estimates that 60% of people (men and women) who take SSRIs experience sexual side effects. However, which of these side effects they experience, how often, and to what degree are harder to determine. It's also difficult to know whether the sexual issues may have been in existence before the subjects began taking the medication. (Depression itself is often a factor in the development of sexual issues.) However, it is safe to say that some men who take SSRIs will develop some form of penis problems at some time.

For men, there are three potential penis problems to know about:

- Decreased libido;

- Erectile impairment;

- Delayed or blocked ejaculation.

Why might SSRIs contribute to potential penis problems? The way they work is by raising the levels of the neurotransmitter serotonin in the body. But serotonin tends to decrease the amount of two other neurotransmitters, dopamine and norepinephrine, which are important contributors to feelings of desire and arousal. In addition, serotonin tends to dampen the physical sensitivity of the penis and the production of nitric oxide, which is crucial to keeping penile blood vessels open to receive the increased amounts of blood that create a firm erection.


Fortunately, penis problems from antidepressants are not permanent. If a physician believes an SSRI is causing issues, he can see if changing the dose can help. Alternatively, he may try a different antidepressant that may not have the same side effects. (Changing medication or dosage should only be done under the care of a physician.) If the problems seem to be related to something other than medication, the physician can recommend further treatments to address the root causes.

Pros And Cons of Cacao And Cocoa

M.Sc. in Dietetics and Food Service Management , Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Application, P.G.Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics , B.Sc.Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Mumbai
Pros And Cons of Cacao And Cocoa

Pros And Cons of Cacao And Cocoa

I am 23 years old and I am 1 month pregnant I want to abort it .Please give me suggestion.

Gynaecologist, Gurgaon
Ist do one usg to see intrauterine g g sac ,if 1st preg it is always advisable not to abort. Can meet registered medical practitioner for further m/m.
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Dear doctor, I masturbated my girlfriend vagina with my penis while doing that sperm released at that time penis is on vagina now my girl friend period time on 17th but she didn't get period why she didn't get and is there any choice to get pregnancy.

M.B.B.S, Post Graduate Diploma In Maternal & Child Health
Gynaecologist, Ranchi
Dear doctor, I masturbated my girlfriend vagina with my penis while doing that sperm released at that time penis is o...
Please ask her to take a urine pregnancy test after 4-5 days. Then as per the result, you can proceed.
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I got married before 2 months, daily I do sex till today but my wife didn't get pregnant, could you please give me any advice or what time is the best time to do sex for pregnancy. Can we do it daily or else please give me the advice Thanks.

BAMS, PG-Diploma In (Cosmetology & Laser Therapy)
Ayurveda, Kolhapur
I got married before 2 months, daily I do sex till today but my wife didn't get pregnant, could you please give me an...
Hello dear you can enjoy your sexual life daily but when you are planning for conception (pregnancy) the best days are from 12 th -18th day of menses as most of the women have ovulation during this period.
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I am 51 year old indian woman. I am not getting menopause. After 3 to 4 months skipping, it will start again and again. When I will attain menopause.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MRCOG
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
You get USG abdomen and blood levels of hormones FSH, LH, Prolactin. Get Cervical PAP smear done. Consult Gynecologist at your place.
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I had unprotected sex with my partner on 14-3-18 n within 24 hours she had i-pill after a week she had clotted bleeding for 3-4 days .after a month on 15-4-18 she had urine pregnancy test which came negative .bt still her periods had not started she had her last periods about 2 months before. What should we do doctor please mention and help in detail.

Gynaecologist, Sri Ganganagar
I had unprotected sex with my partner on 14-3-18 n within 24 hours she had i-pill after a week she had clotted bleedi...
Periods often gets disturbed after taking I pill. So don’t worry you can either wait for few more days or take medicine for periods to come But keep watch on pregnancy test again.
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