Treatment of Premature Ejaculation
Treatment of Breast Problems
Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Treatment Of Male Sexual Problems
Treatment Of Erectile Dysfunction
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
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Hi I am very lonely at room all the time I can not concentrate on studies now a days last year I loss due to depression though same scene was I do not want this year to spoil (I am medical college student 1st year) please help me out I can not focus on studies when I feel alone I start watching porn and Masturbate to full fill my sexual desire I want to stop this I feel numbness of my brain sometimes please help me what should I do how to focus on studies how to stop masturbation please help suggest me medicine or ayurvedic or homeopathy please urgent calling. I feel depressed and I have high negative vibes in my mind I want to stop that how to overcome all this stuffs please help me.
My age is 26 and wife is of 25 years age we have been married for two months. I can only reach orgasm easily and ejaculate with masturbation (both with my hand and my wife's hand) but its only limited to a certain position that I am accustomed to. Stretching my legs and lying on my back. Only in this position I can reach orgasm and ejaculate but anything other than this position has no impact on my orgasm despite all the efforts. Even with my wife doing oral have the same problem. Due to this I have stopped masturbation from last one week and only trying sex but not at all helping. My penis becomes flaccid as soon as I enter her vagina. I have tried several positions as well (with and without condom) but no help. I am really frustrated and need help. Please help me. Thanks.
I md shafi aged. 39 .infertility problem. Undergone semen analysis sperm count. 125 ml/ml, motility 25% and 65%normal. Is any treatment to increase motility or else I may go for IUI or IVF.
Studies show that 1 out of 3 men worldwide experience the problem of premature ejaculation (PE), with men of all age groups from as young as early 20s to even 60 year olds suffering from it at some point of their lives. The main causes behind this problem are neurobiological in nature. Research suggests that hypersensitivity of the penis alongside a reduction in the brain’s serotonin levels (brain chemicals that control your sexual desire) is a cause of PE in men.
Even so, you may be suffering from PE if you experience these symptoms:
- If you ejaculate within a minute of sexual penetration
- If you’re unable to control your ejaculation during all episodes of sexual penetration
- Experiencing feelings of frustration and distress, and avoiding sexual contact as a result
4 Simple Ways to Delay or Control Ejaculation
The practice of certain techniques can help you to delay ejaculation and lead to a more satisfying sexual experience. Here are some of these techniques:
1. Kegel Exercises: Helping you to improve the control of your sexual response is the Kegel routine. The exercise aims to bring about the strengthening of your pelvic region, and subsequently your pubococcygeus muscle or PC muscle (the large muscle that stretches all the way from the pubic bone to the tail bone) that is responsible for PE. The Kegel technique calls for tightening and then releasing of the PC muscle for 10 seconds. With a 10 second interval in between each set, you should do about three sets of this to be able to slow things down when you feel yourself experiencing an orgasm.
2. Start-stop Technique: One of the simplest techniques for controlling or delaying your ejaculation, the start-stop technique could be done solo or with your partner. This climax control method involves the stimulation of your penis to the point of orgasm but stopping just before it occurs. The stimulation should last about 30-60 seconds, followed by a period of rest to allow you to regain control before starting all over again. The process should be repeated 4-5 times so as to enable you to identify your point of delay.
3. Squeeze Technique: In this technique, you’re required to squeeze the end of the penis that is the point between the shaft and the glans (the rounded part at the end of the penis), until the need to ejaculate passes. You could do this technique alone or with your partner. You can repeat this process 4-5 times until the time you feel that you can no longer control your orgasm. While helping you to discover your point of no return, the technique enables you to delay your episodes of ejaculation.
4. Deep Breathing Technique: The practice of the 5 minutes deep breathing technique can help to delay your sexual response to a great extent. Every breath that you inhale and exhale during those 5 minutes would enable you to exercise better control over the tension and arousal that brings about untimely ejaculation. For this, you need spend about 5 seconds taking in a deep breath, followed by 3 seconds of holding it in, and then 5 seconds of deep exhalation. This inhaling and exhaling rhythm should be done for 5 minutes so as to render you with the ability to control your PE.
I am 23 years old guy and my penis erect size is 14 cm length and I want more strength for my penis and its not circumcised so little more skin is on the penis and I have to pull back so is there any remedies for more strength and long last in medical field with out any side effects.
Sir I am a diabetic person age 40 years. Fasting 200 and pp 270. Recently suffering from erection dysfunction from last week. Please help.
I am facing penis shrinkage as I masturbate daily. Kindly guide me for my penis size increment and long duration stay during sex. Also suggest us the tests for checking the proper health of my reproductive organs. I want to make sure that I am fully fit before marriage for my partner.
Hello I am 21 years girl and I had once pain in breast an since last 2 days its hard around nipples what should I do an is it a symptom of breast cancer?
Over the last couple of decades, there has been a steady increase in the number of issues pertaining to sex. While there are a variety of reasons attributed to it including more exposure to sex through media forums, the changing lifestyle of people is said to be a bigger reason.
With people connected to their work all through the day and multitasking on the rise, work is never complete. Even when retiring for the night, there are always things running about what next to do. In cases where both couples are working, there is no match of timings either. That being the case, sex has taken a backseat, almost the last seat.
In addition, the altered Indian lifestyle also has led to greater exposure to sex leading to increased cases of abuse (family/friends circle), past unpleasant experiences, relationship failures, etc. All these have changed the equations in relationships.
More and more couples are worried about a number of sexual issues, including:
- Loss of desire
- Anxiety about sex
- Erectile dysfunction
- Orgasmic disorder
- Premature or delayed ejaculation
- Conflicting sexual desires
- Past sexual abuse or assault
- Image issues
Sex therapy is on the rise, and 90% of the therapy consists of getting the couples to have a frank, open discussion. As much as it is a private topic, the problem can only be solved when an open discussion happens, both with the doctor and with the partner.
Whether it is past abuse or erectile dysfunction, the first step is to acknowledge the problem and discuss about it. If you are not able to confide in your partner or a good friend, it is advisable to seek a therapist.
It is wise to pick a therapist who comes through referral. Some things to keep in mind are:
- Be open - Like any other counseling, sex therapy also involves a frank discussion with complete confidence in the person. The therapist will understand your concerns about anxiety or problem and help you how to communicate your desires and needs with your partner.
- It does not end with one discussion - Starting to work with a sex therapist is just the first step. It might take a while (a few months) to completely resolve the issue and identify the solution.
- Involve your partner - Though it is advisable to start talking alone with the therapist, after a couple of sessions, the partner may also be called in to see if there is something that needs to be worked upon.
Sex therapy can definitely help to resolve the above noted issues and improve sex life, which is very essential for a healthy body and relationship. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a sexologist.