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Gautam Clinic Pvt Ltd - Faridabad

Shop No - 2, 2nd Floor Saluja Complex, Near TCS Automobile Neelam ChowkFaridabad Get Directions
  4.5  (6992 ratings)
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Gautam Clinic Pvt Ltd - Delhi

W/A 87, First Floor Mother Dairy Road, Shakarpur Near Laxmi Nagar Metro Station Gate No - 2Delhi Get Directions
  4.6  (3674 ratings)
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Gautam Clinic Pvt Ltd - Surat

M - 4, Udhna Shopping Center, Opp. Udhna Railway StationSurat Get Directions
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HOTEL SACHIN INTERNATINOL Haridwar Get Directions
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Gautam Clinic Pvt Ltd-Noida

Shop No. 208, J S Arcade, Sector-18Noida Get Directions
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Dr. Inderjeet Singh Gautam

D.E.H.M, B.E.M.S, M.D.(E.H)
Sexologist
91%  (3290 ratings)
21 Years experience
500 at clinic
₹300 online
Unavailable today

Dr. Ashwin Haribhai Makwana

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist
9 Years experience
200 at clinic
₹200 online
Unavailable today

Dr. Sudhansu Pandey

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist
85%  (3365 ratings)
9 Years experience
500 at clinic
₹300 online
Unavailable today
90%  (67 ratings)
4 Years experience
300 at clinic
₹300 online
Unavailable today

Dr. Vinod Kumar

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist
90%  (10 ratings)
32 Years experience
500 at clinic
₹300 online
Unavailable today

Dr. Sabal Singh

Diploma In Electro Homeopathic Medical System
Sexologist
88%  (10 ratings)
4 Years experience
500 at clinic
₹300 online
Unavailable today

Dr. Devender Kumar

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist
24 Years experience
500 at clinic
₹300 online
Unavailable today
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Diagnosing Depression

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Diagnosing Depression

There isn’t a single test to diagnose depression. However, your doctor can make a diagnosis based on your symptoms and a psychological evaluation. In most cases, your doctor will ask a series of questions about your moods, appetite, sleep pattern, activity level, and thoughts.

Because depression can be linked to other health problems, your doctor may also conduct a physical examination and order blood work. Sometimes thyroid problems or a vitamin D deficiency can trigger symptoms of depression.

Do not ignore symptoms of depression. If your mood doesn’t improve or gets worse, seek medical help. Depression is a serious mental illness with risks of complications. Depression not only affects you, but also your loved ones. If left untreated, complications include:

  • weight gain or loss
  • physical pain
  • substance abuse problems
  • panic attacks
  • relationship problems
  • social isolation
  • suicidal thoughts
  • self-mutilation

 

Causes Of Depression

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Causes Of Depression

There are several possible causes of depression. Early childhood trauma can cause depression. This is because some events impact the way the body reacts to fear and stressful situations. Some people develop depression because of their genetics. You are more likely to develop it if you have a family history of depression or another mood disorder.

Other common causes include:

Many other people will have no discernable cause for their depression.

About of people who have a substance abuse problem also experience depression. In addition to these causes, other risk factors for depression include:

  • low self-esteem or being self-critical
  • personal history of mental illness
  • certain medications
  • stressful events, such as loss of a loved one, economic problems, or a divorce

 

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Can The Quality Of Sleep Affect Your Sex Life? - The 5 Facts You Must Know!

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Sexologist, Faridabad
Can The Quality Of Sleep Affect Your Sex Life? - The 5 Facts You Must Know!

People often underestimate the need for sleep. Sleep is as important as any other activity. Without proper sleep, your performance level can go way down the line. It can even hamper your performance in the bed.
Most people do not know it, but there is a deep relation between sex and sleep. People always tend to cut their bedtime just to get done with a few more things. But, doing this can have adverse effects on your sex life.
Here are some reasons that are tempting enough to make you go to your bed at the proper time and for a proper amount of time:

1. Lack of sleep has a direct impact on libido
Less sleep means that your body does not get the chance to completely revive itself from the earlier day of work. This, in turn, can mean fatigue and crankiness. These feelings can decrease your interest in sex overall. A condition called ‘tense tiredness’, which is caused by the combination of increased tension and decreased energy, can also at times lead to sexual dysfunction.

2. Less sleep can hamper your hormone levels
Even after getting six to seven hours of sleep each night, one can suffer from a chronic sleep condition. A condition like this can affect the testosterone levels in both men and women. Testosterone is the hormone responsible for sex drive. Any disturbance in the hormone level can lead to both bad performance in bed and less of interest in any sexual activity.

3. A sleepless night is equal to a foul mood
It is no breaking news to anyone that a sleepless night results in a foul mood the next day. If you feel sleepy and fatigued all day, there is hardly any way that you would think about having sex in such a situation. For people with a chronic sleep disorder, this can become a regular phenomenon.

4. Sleep deprivation can lead to a weaker immunity system
Studies suggest that people with chronic sleep disorder often are diagnosed with a weak immune system. This makes the person susceptible to diseases. A sick person would have very less or no interest in engaging in sexual activities. Neither would anyone like to be with a person who has the cold most of the time.

5. Lack of sleep can contribute to depression
It is very important to have sound mental health in order to have a happening sexual life. Researchers have revealed that chronic sleep deprivation can lead to depression. In such a case, not only the person loses interest in sex, but also when they engage in sex, they tend to have less pleasure from the act.

People underestimate the need for sleep, and they think it is okay to skip a few hours of sleep. But, if you want to have a good sex life, you just cannot cut down on these hours.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Major Depressive Disorder

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Sexologist, Faridabad
Major Depressive Disorder

Depression ranges in how serious it is. Some people experience mild and temporary episodes of sadness. Others experience severe and ongoing depressive episodes. Your doctor can help you come up with a treatment plan based on what type of depression you have. There are two main types: major depressive disorder and persistent depressive disorder.

Major depressive disorder

Major depressive disorder is the most severe form of depression. It is characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and worthlessness that do not go away on their own. You must experience five or more of the following symptoms over a two-week period to be diagnosed with clinical depression:

  • feeling depressed most of the day
  • loss of interest in most regular activities
  • significant weight loss or gain
  • sleeping too much or not being able to sleep
  • slowed thinking or movement
  • fatigue or low energy most days
  • feelings of worthlessness or guilt
  • loss of concentration or indecisiveness
  • recurring thoughts of death or suicide

There are different subtypes of major depressive disorder, including:

  • atypical features
  • peripartum onset, during pregnancy or right after giving birth
  • seasonal patterns
  • melancholic features
  • psychotic features
  • catatonia

What Is Depression?

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What Is Depression?

Depression is classified as a mood disorder. It may be described as feelings of sadness, loss, or anger that interfere with a person’s everyday activities. It is estimated that depression affects.

People experience depression in different ways. It may interfere with your daily work, resulting in lost time and lower productivity. It also can influence relationships and some chronic health conditions. Conditions that can get worse due to depression include:

It’s important to realize that feeling down at times is a normal part of life. Sad and distressful events occur in everyone’s life. However, feeling miserable and hopeless on a consistent basis is not normal. Depression should be treated as a serious medical condition.

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Tips To Overcome The Problem Of Nightfall!

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Tips To Overcome The Problem Of Nightfall!

Nightfall commonly referred to as wet dreams is a common problem among males in their adolescent and middle age. The problem of nightfall is attributed to involuntary ejaculation while being asleep. It can affect both men and women though it is commonly seen in males.

While having nightfall, men tend to wake up and go back to normal sleep once again. It is a natural physical process which is considered a problem only if it is too frequent or if it is persistently occurring even after the individual has crossed adolescence.

Causes and symptoms of nightfall:
Some of the most common causes of nightfall include consuming pornography, or watching sexually explicit material, and discussing sex. Moreover, certain drugs and medications also make an adolescent susceptible to nightfall. Blood pressure control medicines, sedatives, and tranquilizers can also cause wet dreams in adults. Changes in mental state such as depression, anxiety, and stress can also lead to nightfall.

The most common symptoms of nightfall are being tired and fatigued all through the day along with physical exhaustion. Few other symptoms of nightfall include drooling of semen, early ejaculation, inability to concentrates, muscle cramps in leg and back portion and burning sensation while urinating.

Treating nightfall:
The most effective means of treating nightfall could be through herbal or home remedies since they do not lead to any side effects. Here are some of these remedies that can be helpful in treating nightfall:

  1. Bathing: Taking a bath before going to bed can help you get sound sleep by rejuvenating both your mind and body. It is very important for avoiding nightfall and improving sleep quality gradually.
  2. Indian gooseberry: Popularly referred to as Amla, Indian gooseberry acts as an antioxidant which helps in avoiding nightfall. You can gradually take control of the situation by taking Indian gooseberry on a regular basis.
  3. Yogurt: Having two to three bowls of yoghurt every day will not only improve your digestion but also help you get a good night’s sleep. It is also beneficial in improving complexion and treating a host of stomach problems.
  4. Sage tea: Sage tea offers a lot of benefits and taking two cups of sage tea every day can decrease the chances of nocturnal emissions.
  5. Avoid watching porn: When you watch porn for hours and hours, it will arouse you sexually and increase the chances of nocturnal emissions. It also has detrimental effects on personal relationships and therefore you should restrict porn consumption to a substantial extent.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Preventing Sexually Transmitted Infections

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Sexologist, Faridabad
Preventing Sexually Transmitted Infections

Abstinence is the only foolproof way to avoid contracting an STD. However, there are ways to make sexual contact safer. When used properly, condoms provide the best protection against STDs, and have the additional benefit of providing contraception.

Using latex condoms or other barriers for anal and oral sex can also reduce your STD risk. Numerous STDs can be spread during oral sex, including:

Condoms and other barriers are generally very effective at preventing STDs that spread through infected fluids. However, they can’t fully protect against STDs that spread from skin to skin. If the barrier does not cover infected skin, the STD can still be passed to your partner.

Hormonally based birth control options, such as the pill and the ring, do not protect you from STDs. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) also do not prevent STDs.

Before having sex with a new partner, it’s important to discuss your sexual history. In addition, you should both be screened for STDs before having sex. As STDs often have no symptoms, testing is the only way to know if you are infected.

When discussing STD test results, it’s important to ask a partner what STDs they have been tested for. Many people assume their doctors have screened them for STDs as part of regular care. However, that usually isn’t true. People need to ask for the specific STD tests that they want. Urine or blood tests are available for:

 

Treating Sexually Transmitted Infections

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Sexologist, Faridabad

Treatment for STDs varies depending on what STD you have. It’s very important that both you and your sexual partner be successfully treated for STDs before resuming your sexual relationship. Otherwise you can pass an infection back and forth between you.

Bacterial STDs

Bacterial infections can usually be treated fairly easily with antibiotics. It’s important to take all your antibiotics as prescribed. You should continue taking them even if you feel better before they are finished. You should also return to your doctor if your symptoms do not go away with treatment or if they return.

Viral STDs

Viral infections usually have no cure. However, treatment is available for many of these viral infections. Treatment can be very effective at stopping the progression of HIV. Medications are also available to reduce the frequency and severity of herpes outbreaks. Furthermore, antiviral drugs may reduce the risk of transmitting an STD to your partner.

Other STDs

Some STDs are caused by neither viruses nor bacteria. Instead they’re caused by other small organisms. Examples of such STDs include:

These STDs are usually easily treatable with appropriate oral or topical medications.

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Diagnosing Sexually Transmitted Infections

Sexologist Clinic
Sexologist, Faridabad

Most STDs cannot be diagnosed simply by the presence of symptoms. Tests are needed to determine if you have an STD and what STD you might have.

These days, most STDs can be diagnosed using a urine or blood test. In addition, swabs may be taken of sores to check for viruses. Urethral and vaginal swabs can also be used to diagnose STDs.

You can get tested for STD at your regular doctor’s office or at a clinic. Although home testing kits are available, they may not always be reliable. Use them with caution, and check to see if the FDA has approved them.

Internet STD testing is also an option. Like home kits, the quality of such testing varies.

It’s important to know that a Pap smear is not an STD test. A Pap smear checks for the presence of precancerous cells on the cervix. It may also be combined with an HPV test for some women. However, a negative Pap smear does not mean you don’t have other STDs. You must be tested for each STD separately.

Types of Sexually Transmitted Infections

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Types of Sexually Transmitted Infections

A large number of infections can be transmitted sexually. Some STDs carry obvious symptoms. Common STD symptoms include:

  • rashes
  • pain during sex or urination
  • abnormal discharge
  • sores, bumps, or blisters

However, many people with STDs have no symptoms. Some STDs often lie dormant for years. According to the Gautam Clinic, asymptomatic STDs are so common that many people with STDs have no idea they are infected. They may pass on an STD to one or more partners without knowing it. They may also suffer internal damage while the STD remains untreated.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), STDs such as syphilis and HIV can have severe consequences if left untreated. Even common diseases such as gonorrhea and chlamydia can cause problems if undiagnosed for long periods of time. Potential long-term consequences of untreated STDs include:

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