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Dr. Anu

Gynaecologist, Gurgaon

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Dr. Anu is a popular Gynaecologist in New Gurgaon, Gurgaon. You can meet Dr. Anu personally at Sheetla Hospital in New Gurgaon, Gurgaon. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Anu on Lybrate.com.

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Hi i get 2 time pregant last year but i lost my babys .Ist preganancy in 3rd i get missed abortion .After 3 month back again gt pregancy in this time 9th month i loss my baby i dont whats the problem in me can you guide me?

MBBS (Gold Medalist, Hons), MS (Obst and Gynae- Gold Medalist), DNB (Obst and Gynae), Fellow- Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (ACOG, USA), FIAOG, MRCOG (London, UK)
Gynaecologist, Kolkata
It may be some problem inside the body. We have to go for some necessary tests before planning next pregnancy.

No Semen At Ejaculation! The Mystery Of Dry Orgasm Revealed!

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Dehradun
No Semen At Ejaculation! The Mystery Of Dry Orgasm Revealed!

I am sure that all the men might have come across this term known as 'Dry Orgasm'. This is a highly contradictory and is a major reason for worry in men of the varied age. For starters, it is good to know what the meaning of a dry orgasm is. As the name suggests, dry orgasm means men masturbating as always, but without an ejaculation, meaning there is no semen ejaculation while masturbation. The dry orgasm could be common in boys below the age of puberty since their bodies have not started producing semen as of yet and hence, their dry spell most certainly disappears with age. But it sure is a thing to worry if you are not in your adolescence years and going through the midlife crisis! Meaning, it is not normal for a man in his middle ages or above to be masturbating without an ejaculation. It is possible that this is more of a temporary sort of an issue in such men, but otherwise, it could be a signal that there is something serious going on in your body!

One of the reasons which have been identified by the researchers is that in the case of Middle Ages men, the situation is called as retro-gradation of ejaculation. This means that when you are stimulating your penis the semen which has been prepared for an ejaculation somehow gets directed in the wrong direction and hence it does not ejaculate from the tip of the penis. In such men, they might have made the common observation of cloudy urination which is basically due to the fact that misdirected semen goes to the bladder and is mixed with the urine, hence, making it cloudy. Even though this could be easily treated and could also be an underlying reason for stress, it surely is not good for your sex life since the impact made by the ejaculation of sperm within the vagina goes missing and therefore, the climax is not as good as expected.

A dry orgasm is also a common phenomenon caused in men who are hyper-sexually active and hence, as a result of the body answers back with a dry orgasm. The logic behind this is simple, in a man who is sexually active, that is, for an average young man the ideal number of ejaculations in a day is about 5-6. Therefore, if one has done it more than 5-6 times, it is most likely to get difficult for the body to keep up with the speed of ejaculation and production of semen. In such cases, men should rather give it a rest and let the process be as natural as it is.

Last but not the least; older men with dry orgasm are more prone to the risk of developing prostate cancer. In men who have aged above, 55 should make sure they consult a specialist as soon as possible.
But this is not the end of the discussion, especially if you are trying to conceive then it is best if you take up our Ayurvedic treatment. For one, it is perfectly safe and gives no side effects, whatsoever! And second, our ayurvedic medication has had 100%success rates into removing dry orgasm from a man's life.  In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Female Sexual Arousal Disorders - Know More About It!

DGO, MBBS
Sexologist, Kolkata
Female Sexual Arousal Disorders - Know More About It!

Disorders of intimate arousal include several aspects of arousal - physical such as genital lubrication, congestion and sensation, subjective such as interest, distress or interpersonal relationship difficulty. Problems of arousal vary among women and can be classified in the following ways:

  1. Primary: The woman has never experienced sufficient arousal, even when she has had sufficient desire and sexual stimulation.
  2. Secondary: The woman has been sufficiently aroused in the past, but currently experiences decreased arousal.
  3. Non-situational: The problem occurs in all sexual situations.
  4. Situational: The problem occurs only in some sexual situations.

Common factors for this problem include decrease of estrogens and androgens; diabetes; thyroid and prolactin abnormality, vaginal and urinary tract infections; surgery, radiation, and medication, smoking, alcoholism; chronic diseases and psychological factors such as depression and anxiety. Other factors are negative sexual attitudes, low self-esteem triggered by body image like small breast size, overweight and sexual and childhood abuse. Lack of communication can also affect sexual arousal like if a woman cannot tell her partner how she prefers to be stimulated.

  1. Partner’s sexual dysfunction is also a major cause, it includes erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation.
  2. Women with sexual arousal disorder are assessed by medical and detail sexual history and clinical examination, including vaginal and breast examinations. Also talking about distress, attitude to sex, and communication with partner etc.
  3. Testosterone, estrogens, Prolactin, TSH, Sugar, Hb, TC, DC any other test depending on physical examination.
  4. Treatment depends on the cause of the disorder, related to physical, psychological, and interpersonal factors. If abnormalities are found in blood tests they are treated by medicines.
  5. Estrogen therapy in the form of local creams or oral tablets or skin patch is used to improve vaginal lubrication and decrease vaginal dryness. Non medicated lubricants can also be used.
  6. Drugs like Sildenafil, Tadalafil etc increase genital blood flow. DHEA is claimed to improve sexual interest and genital sensation.

Hyperactive arousal Disorders

Some women experience persistent genital arousal called restless genital syndrome. There is increased genital blood flow in non-sexual situations causing distress. It may be related to depression and anxiety there may be physical causes like vascular, neurologic, pharmacologic, and hormonal. Its treatment involves relaxation exercises, topical anesthetics, avoiding use of medications or herbal and nutritional products. Medical treatment includes antidepressants. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Sexologist.

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I am 31 years ols trying to conceive more than a year. I had taken HCG Injections twice but no ovulation. I have ovulation problem Pls Help.

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Ayurveda, Gulbarga
I am 31 years ols trying to conceive more than a year. I had taken HCG Injections twice but no ovulation. I have ovul...
If you and your partner have been having unprotected sexual intercourse for over a year and are still not able to conceive a baby, chances are that either one of you has a problem relating to fertility. There may be several causes behind this problem. In men, a low sperm count is one of the primary reasons for infertility. In women, a blockage in the fallopian tubes, uterine fibroids or cysts in the ovaries could be the cause of infertility. Also, as a woman enters her 30s, her reproductive system starts showing signs of ageing and produces lesser hormones and eggs, this could cause difficulty in conceiving. There are several sophisticated medical procedures for helping infertile couples conceive, such as artificial insemination, invitrio fertilization and test tube babies. Though the exact nature of the problem and the best way of dealing with it can be determined only by a doctor, there are a few basic rules that you should follow to increase your chances of conceiving naturally. Make sure you have sex while you are ovulating during the menstrual cycle. Using an ovulation predictor test kit to determine exactly when you start ovulating is a good idea.
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One year ago I had syphilis after 6 month treatment my vdrl become negative. But now and after 1 year I test vdrl its positive again and I never did sex with anyone all this year .can I ask about how its happened.

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Haldwani
Hello- VDRL test once positive may remain positive through out life. TPHA test is important. It will become negative if treatment is taken.
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Exercise Do's and Don'ts

FRHS, Ph.D Neuro , MPT - Neurology Physiotherapy, D.Sp.Med, DPHM (Health Management ), BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Chennai
Exercise Do's and Don'ts

You might be a fitness freak and love to hit the gym daily but chances are that you are not aware of a few things which you should never do before workout
Never drink alcohol before going to the gym. It can lower blood sugar level which can lead to everything from shakiness and weakness to flat out injury.

In fact, it is advisable not to eat or drink too much water before exercising otherwise you may feel nauseated and end up puking.

Stick with lighter foods like fruits within a couple of hours of your workout. Sex can be detrimental because you are spending a lot of energy

Sarcoidosis - Everything You Need To Know About This Mysterious Disease!

MD - Pulmonary, DTCD
Pulmonologist, Faridabad
Sarcoidosis - Everything You Need To Know About This Mysterious Disease!

Sarcoidosis is a condition that can alter the structure and possibly the function of the affected organ as well if not tackled early. Sarcoidosis refers to the growth of tiny inflammatory tissues in various parts of the body resulting in symptoms such as symptoms fever, fatigue, weight loss and swollen lymph nodes. Most often, the disease begins in the lungs and then spreads to other organs.

It is still not known clearly what causes this disease, and most often the symptoms may appear and disappear now and then. However, Sarcoidosis can develop gradually in which case it produces certain symptoms that can even stay for a lifetime.

And, based on the organ that has been affected by the disease, the symptoms tend to vary. For example, if it affects the lungs, then symptoms like breathlessness, pain in the chest, persistent dry cough and wheezing become evident. In case it is in the eye, then the symptoms manifest in the form of pain in the eye, light sensitivity, blurred vision, and severe redness.

How is it diagnosed?
Sarcoidosis can be difficult to diagnose as in the initial stages it shows very few symptoms. It can be identified through a series of diagnostic tests that include a biopsy. When trying to diagnose this disease, a doctor may perform various physical examinations such as looking for skin lesions, swelling of the lymph nodes and even listening to the heartbeat and the lungs. There are a variety of tests to determine whether Sarcoidosis is affecting the nervous system, the lungs or any other vital organs. Some of these tests are a chest x-ray, computerized tomography, blood tests, positron emission tomography (PET scan), lung function tests, and MRIs.

What is the course of action?
Usually, medication like immunosuppressive medication and corticosteroids are used as a part of Sarcoidosis treatment. These medicines help in suppressing the immune system while reducing the Sarcoidosis induced inflammation. Depending on the organs that are affected, the severity of the inflammation, as well as the symptoms, the medication and length of treatment may vary. When body parts like the eyes, the heart, the lungs or the nervous system get affected by this disease, one must opt for treatment without delay.

In case Sarcoidosis leads to severe damage to the heart, the liver or the lungs, then transplant through surgery becomes the only option for controlling the disease. When the skin is affected, or Sarcoidosis isn’t responding to any other treatments, hydroxychloroquine and TNF-alpha inhibitors are used for treatment.

This ailment cannot be cured completely. While for some patients, the symptoms can subside by themselves or with treatment, for others it may continue to give trouble for years. This can lead to damage to different organs of the body. Therefore, in case you notice any symptoms, it is necessary to seek medical attention immediately. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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