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Dr. Sathish Erra - Sexologist, Hyderabad

Dr. Sathish Erra

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BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology

Sexologist, Hyderabad

13 Years Experience  ·  300 at clinic  ·  ₹350 online
Dr. Sathish Erra 90% (19735 ratings) BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology Sexologist, Hyderabad
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Dr. Sathish Erra is a popular Sexologist in Kukatpally, Hyderabad. He has had many happy patients in his 11 years of journey as a Sexologist. He has completed BHMS. You can consult Dr. Sathish Erra at Spiritual Homoeopathy in Kukatpally, Hyderabad. You can book an instant appointment online with Dr. Sathish Erra on has a nexus of the most experienced Sexologist in India. You will find Sexologist with more than 44 years of experience on You can find Sexologist online in Hyderabad and from across India. View the profile of medical specialists and their reviews from other patients to make an informed decision.


BHMS - Gulburg Homeopathic Medical College - 2006
Diploma in Dermatology - Indian Board of Alternate Medecine - 2013
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Awards and Recognitions
Best Homoeopathy In The Locality
Best Homeopathy Doctors By Rotary Club
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Central Council of Homeopathy
Indian Homoeopathic Medical Association


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What Is Diverticulitis?

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad
What Is Diverticulitis?

What is diverticulitis?

Formations called diverticula are key components of diverticulitis. Diverticula are pouches that occur along your digestive tract, most often in your colon (large intestine).

These pouches form when weak spots in the intestinal wall balloon outward. When these pouches become inflamed, or bacteria gather in them and cause an infection, you have diverticulitis.

Symptoms of diverticulitis :

  • abdominal pain
  • fever
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • increased urge to urinate, urinating more often than usual, or burning sensation while urinating
  • constipation
  • diarrhea
  • Blood in the stool, as well as bleeding from the rectum, can occur in both diverticulosis and diverticulitis. Research reports up to 17 percent of people with chronic diverticulitis experience bleeding.

Causes :

  • Diverticula usually develop when naturally weak places in your colon give way under pressure. This causes marble-sized pouches to protrude through the colon wall.
  • Diverticulitis occurs when diverticula tear, resulting in inflammation or infection or both.

Diverticulitis diagnosed:

  • blood tests to check for inflammation, anemia, or kidney or liver problems
  • imaging tests, such as an abdominal ultrasound or an abdominal CT scan, to get pictures of your gastrointestinal (GI) tract
  • urine test to check for different types of infection
  • stool test to check for GI infections such as Clostridium difficile
  • pelvic exam in women to rule out gynecologic problems
  • pregnancy test in women to rule out pregnancy

Prevent diverticulitis:

  • Exercise regularly. Exercise promotes normal bowel function and reduces pressure inside your colon. Try to exercise at least 30 minutes on most days.
  • Eat more fiber. A high-fiber diet decreases the risk of diverticulitis. Fiber-rich foods, such as fresh fruits and vegetables and whole grains, soften waste material and help it pass more quickly through your colon. Eating seeds and nuts isn't associated with developing diverticulitis.
  • Drink plenty of fluids. Fiber works by absorbing water and increasing the soft, bulky waste in your colon. But if you don't drink enough liquid to replace what's absorbed, fiber can be constipating.

What Is Crohn's Disease?

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad
What Is Crohn's Disease?

Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). It causes inflammation of your digestive tract, which can lead to abdominal pain, severe diarrhea, fatigue, weight loss and malnutrition. Inflammation caused by Crohn's disease can involve different areas of the digestive tract in different people.


  • Belly pain and cramps
  • Blood in your poop
  • Diarrhea
  • Drainage from a painful sore near your anus
  • Fatigue
  • Fever
  • Lack of appetite
  • Mouth sores
  • Urgent bowel movements
  • Weight loss

The exact cause of Crohn's disease remains unknown. Previously, diet and stress were suspected, but now doctors know that these factors may aggravate but don't cause Crohn's disease. A number of factors, such as heredity and a malfunctioning immune system, likely play a role in its development.
Immune system. It's possible that a virus or bacterium may trigger Crohn's disease. When your immune system tries to fight off the invading microorganism, an abnormal immune response causes the immune system to attack the cells in the digestive tract, too.
Heredity. Crohn's is more common in people who have family members with the disease, so genes may play a role in making people more susceptible. However, most people with Crohn's disease don't have a family history of the disease.


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Jab mai hasthmathun ya sex karta hu to virya bahut jaldi gir jata h or penis bi 5 inch ka hi h mai ise bada karna chahta hu or sextime badhana chahta hu.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad
Jab mai hasthmathun ya sex karta hu to virya bahut jaldi gir jata h or penis bi 5 inch ka hi h mai ise bada karna cha...
Eating healthy fats like coconut oil and avocados, as well as cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, kale, cabbage, and cauliflower can also help keep your sex hormones, testosterone and estrogen, in balance. Foods high in lycopene (like cooked tomatoes) are a healthy natural remedy for erectile dysfunction as well. Walnuts. Walnuts improve the quality of sperm. Strawberries and raspberries. The seeds of these fruits are loaded with zinc which is essential for sex for men. Avocados..watermelon. Almonds..chocolate. Eggs..peaches. It is the simplest form of physical exercise which is performed to promote the circulation of blood and pressure in the penis which naturally enlarges its girth and length. This exercise should be followed on a regular basis to see the results over the months.
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What Is Hemochromatosis?

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad
What Is Hemochromatosis?

Hemochromatosis is a disorder in which the body stores too much iron. Iron is an important nutrient that helps the hemoglobin in blood cells carry oxygen to your body's organs and tissues. Your intestines absorb the iron your body needs from the food you eat. The amount it absorbs is finely calibrated to replace the small amount of iron lost each day.

If you have hemochromatosis, your body absorbs more iron than it uses. The body has no way to remove the extra iron, so it stores it in the joints and organs — especially the liver, heart, and pancreas. The organs cannot manage the overload of iron, and so they can be damaged and may eventually fail.

Symptoms :

In the early stages, hemochromatosis may not have any noticeable symptoms. When symptoms do appear, the most common is chronic fatigue (feeling very tired) and joint pain. Some people with hemochromatosis have pain in their knuckles. This is called the "iron fist," and it can be a clue that a person has the disease. Other symptoms of hemochromatosis include:

  • Lack of energy
  • Abdominal (belly) pain
  • Loss of sex drive
  • Loss of body hair
  • Heart flutters
  • Memory fog
  • Weight loss
  • Weakness
  • The abnormal coloring of the skin (gray or bronze)

What causes hemochromatosis:

Iron overload (hemochromatosis) can be caused by disorders such as thalassemia (an inherited blood disorder), anemia, chronic alcoholism, and other conditions. In many cases, however, iron overload is the result of a hereditary disorder, which means it is passed down from parents to children through their genes. This form of iron overload is called hereditary hemochromatosis. Hereditary hemochromatosis is also known as primary hemochromatosis. Most cases of hereditary hemochromatosis in the United States are caused by a defect in a gene called the HFE gene.

Some people get a copy of the HFE gene defect from just one parent. They are called "carriers" because they carry the defective gene and can pass it on to their children. Carriers usually do not get sick. People who get the HFE gene defect from both parents have a greater chance of developing iron overload.

There are other types of hereditary hemochromatosis that are not caused by the HFE gene defect — including, juvenile, and neonatal hemochromatosis — but they are less common.

Diagnosis :

Hereditary hemochromatosis can be difficult to diagnose. Early symptoms such as stiff joints and fatigue may be due to conditions other than hemochromatosis.

Many people with the disease don't have any signs or symptoms other than elevated levels of iron in their blood. Hemochromatosis may be identified because of abnormal blood tests done for other reasons or from a screening of family members of people diagnosed with the disease.

Blood tests-

  • Serum transferrin saturation.
  • Serum ferritin.

Additional testing:

  • Liver function tests. 
  • MRI.
  • Testing for gene mutations.
  • Removing a sample of liver tissue for testing (liver biopsy).

Home remedies:

In addition to therapeutic blood removal, you may further reduce your risk of complications from hemochromatosis if you:

  • Avoid iron supplements and multivitamins containing iron. These can increase your iron levels even more.
  • Avoid vitamin C supplements. Vitamin C increases absorption of iron. There's usually no need to restrict vitamin C in your diet, however.
  • Avoid alcohol. Alcohol greatly increases the risk of liver damage in people with hereditary hemochromatosis. If you have hereditary hemochromatosis and you already have liver disease, avoid alcohol completely.
  • Avoid eating raw fish and shellfish. People with hereditary hemochromatosis are susceptible to infections, particularly those caused by certain bacteria in raw fish and shellfish.

Whenever I had sex with my bf, I just spotted blood lightly. Is there any problem?

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad
Whenever I had sex with my bf, I just spotted blood lightly. Is there any problem?
This happens because there it a friction which can tear the vaginal hymen (in women) or the penis frenulum (in men ). So bleeding at first intercourse are normal.

From the past few months i'm masturbating very much. It is going 4 5 times a week. Will it affect my body in future? Should I do it or stop it. Please guide me.

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad
From the past few months i'm masturbating very much. It is going 4 5 times a week. Will it affect my body in future? ...
Mastutrbation is not "bad" per se, nor does masturbating cause health problems. If anything it is a safe way to release sexual any case masturbating five times per week is not bad for you.
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I am 20 .my penis is soo small while erection and normal too. It gets only 5 inch .i need to enlarge my penis can you help me?

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad
I am 20 .my penis is soo small while erection and normal too. It gets only 5 inch .i need to enlarge my penis can you...
Spinach to boost testosterone levels. A daily cup of coffee for better sex. Apple peels to prevent prostate cancer. Supercharge your libido with avocados. Chili peppers to spice up the bedroom. Carrots keep your sperm healthy. Oats for a bigger o thfvje potassium found in bananas is very effective in enhancing the heart health and healthy. Heart aid and better blood circulation to the penis which can further enhance its length food number 2 salmon. Salmon is rich in all the heart-healthy fatty oils like omega-3. These healthy fatty oils assist.
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What Is Hepatitis B?

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad
What Is Hepatitis B?

What Is Hepatitis B?

Hepatitis B is an infection of your liver. It can cause scarring of the organ, liver failure, and cancer. It can be fatal if it isn’t treated.

It’s spread when people come in contact with the blood, open sores, or body fluids of someone who has the hepatitis B virus.

What Are the Symptoms of Hepatitis B :

Causes :

Hepatitis B infection is caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV). The virus is passed from person to person through blood, semen or other body fluids. It does not spread by sneezing or coughing.

Diagnosis :

Blood tests. Blood tests can detect signs of the hepatitis B virus in your body and tell your doctor whether it's acute or chronic. A simple blood test can also determine if you're immune to the condition.
Liver ultrasound. A special ultrasound called transient elastography can show the amount of liver damage.
Liver biopsy. Your doctor might remove a small sample of your liver for testing (liver biopsy) to check for liver damage. During this test, your doctor inserts a thin needle through your skin and into your liver and removes a tissue sample for laboratory analysis.

Prevention :

The hepatitis B vaccine is typically given as three or four injections over six months. You can't get hepatitis B from the vaccine.

The hepatitis B vaccine is recommended for:

  • Newborns
  • Children and adolescents not vaccinated at birth
  • Those who work or live in a center for people who are developmentally disabled
  • People who live with someone who has hepatitis B
  • Health care workers, emergency workers and other people who come into contact with blood
  • Anyone who has a sexually transmitted infection, including HIV
  • Men who have sex with men
  • People who have multiple sexual partners
  • Sexual partners of someone who has hepatitis B
  • People who inject illegal drugs or share needles and syringes
  • People with chronic liver disease
  • People with end-stage kidney disease
  • Travelers planning to go to an area of the world with a high hepatitis B infection rate

Take precautions to avoid HBV :

  1. Know the HBV status of any sexual partner. Don't engage in unprotected sex unless you're absolutely certain your partner isn't infected with HBV or any other sexually transmitted infection.
  2. Use a new latex or polyurethane condom every time you have sex if you don't know the health status of your partner. Remember that although condoms can reduce your risk of contracting HBV, they don't eliminate the risk.
  3. Don't use illegal drugs. If you use illicit drugs, get help to stop. If you can't stop, use a sterile needle each time you inject illicit drugs. Never share needles.
  4. Be cautious about body piercing and tattooing. If you get a piercing or tattoo, look for a reputable shop. Ask about how the equipment is cleaned. Make sure the employees use sterile needles. If you can't get answers, look for another shop.
  5. Ask about the hepatitis B vaccine before you travel. If you're traveling to a region where hepatitis B is common, ask your doctor about the hepatitis B vaccine in advance. It's usually given in a series of three injections over a six-month period.

What Is Hepatitis C?

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad
What Is Hepatitis C?

Hepatitis C is a viral infection that causes liver inflammation, sometimes leading to serious liver damage. The hepatitis C virus (HCV) spreads through contaminated blood.

Signs and Symptoms :

Causes :

  • Hepatitis C infection is caused by the hepatitis C virus. The infection spreads when blood contaminated with the virus enters the bloodstream of an uninfected person.
  • Globally, HCV exists in several distinct forms, known as genotypes. The most common HCV genotype in North America and Europe is type 1. Type 2 also occurs in the United States and Europe, but is less common than type 1. Both type 1 and type 2 have also spread through much of the world, although other genotypes cause a majority of infections in the Middle East, Asia and Africa.
  • Although chronic hepatitis C follows a similar course regardless of the genotype of the infecting virus, treatment recommendations vary depending on viral genotype.


Screening for hepatitis C
If an initial blood test shows that you have hepatitis C, additional blood tests will:

  1. Measure the quantity of the hepatitis C virus in your blood (viral load)
  2. Identify the genotype of the virus
  3. Doctors typically use one or more of the following tests to assess liver damage in chronic hepatitis C.
  4. Magnetic resonance elastography (MRE).
  5. Transient elastography.
  6. Liver biopsy
  7. Transient elastography

Prevention :

  • Stop using illicit drugs, particularly if you inject them. If you use illicit drugs, seek help.
  • Be cautious about body piercing and tattooing. If you choose to undergo piercing or tattooing, look for a reputable shop. Ask questions beforehand about how the equipment is cleaned. Make sure the employees use sterile needles. If employees won't answer your questions, look for another shop.
  • Practice safer sex. Don't engage in unprotected sex with multiple partners or with any partner whose health status is uncertain. Sexual transmission between monogamous couples may occur, but the risk is low.
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What Is Portal Hypertension?

BHMS, Diploma in Dermatology
Sexologist, Hyderabad
What Is Portal Hypertension?


Portal hypertension is an increase in the blood pressure within a system of veins called the portal venous system. Veins coming from the stomach, intestine, spleen, and pancreas merge into the portal vein, 

Causes Portal Hypertension:

The most common cause of portal hypertension is cirrhosis of the liver. Cirrhosis is scarring which accompanies the healing of liver injury caused by hepatitis, alcohol, or other less common causes of liver damage. In cirrhosis, the scar tissue blocks the flow of blood through the liver.

Other causes of portal hypertension include blood clots in the portal vein, blockages of the veins that carry the blood from the liver to the heart, a parasitic infection called schistosomiasis, and focal nodular hyperplasia, a disease seen in people infected with HIV, the virus that may lead to AIDS. Sometimes the cause is unknown.

Symptoms of Portal Hypertension:

Gastrointestinal bleeding marked by black, tarry stools or blood in the stools, or vomiting of blood due to the spontaneous rupture and hemorrhage from varices
Ascites (an accumulation of fluid in the abdomen)
Encephalopathy or confusion and forgetfulness caused by poor liver function
Reduced levels of platelets, blood cells that help form blood clots, or white blood cells, the cells that fight infection

 Portal Hypertension Diagnosed:

Usually, doctors make the diagnosis of portal hypertension based on the presence of ascites or of dilated veins or varices as seen during a physical exam of the abdomen or the anus. Various lab tests, X-ray tests, and endoscopic exams may also be used.

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