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Dr. Prof.(Dr.)Saransh Jain  - Sexologist, Lucknow

Dr. Prof.(Dr.)Saransh Jain

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D.Sc (Urology), PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K., M.D.(Medicine)GOLD MEDALIST,...

Sexologist, Lucknow

15 Years Experience  ·  2300 at clinic  ·  ₹350 online
Dr. Prof.(Dr.)Saransh Jain 90% (64 ratings) D.Sc (Urology), PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K., M.D.(Med... Sexologist, Lucknow
15 Years Experience  ·  2300 at clinic  ·  ₹350 online
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Prof Saransh Jain practices from Dr. S.K. Jains Burlington Clinic (P) Ltd. He is a doctor you can consult for any kind of sex related problems like erectile dysfunction, male sexual problems, men’s health and even pre-marital counselling. Dr. Saransh Jain is an alumnus of the famous RML University where he passed MBBS. He is the gold medallist of the 2006 batch of MD in Medicine. Further, Dr. Jain has secured Ph.D in Pscho Sexual Medicine from St. George’s University, United Kingdom. He also further pursued his M.Sc in Urology from St. George’s University, United Kingdom. Prof Dr Saransh Jain is a member of many prestigious associations like American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists (AASECT), Fellow of the Royal Society of Health (FRSH) and also licensed and certififed From American Board Of Sexology U.S.A and Diplomate of American College Of Sexologist, U.S.A. Dr. Jain offers suggestions and advice to his patients regarding sensitive issues related to sex. Many issues of persons suffering from sexual disorders can be easily discussed with Dr. Jain as he understands the sensitivity of these issues and provides the right solutions and medicines for his patients. Dr. Jain’s popularity among his patients is high and he is highly respected among professional circles as well.

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Education
D.Sc (Urology) - St George's University London - 2012
PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K. - St George's University London U,K. - 2010
M.D.(Medicine)GOLD MEDALIST - Dr Rml University - 2006
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M.B.B.S. - Dr.Rml University - 2002
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Sr. Physician at SGPGI - Lucknow
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English
Hindi
Professional Memberships
American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)
Fellow of the Royal Society of Health (FRSH)
Licensed And Certififed From Amercian Board Of Sexology U.S.A
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Diplomate American College Of Sexologist U.S.A

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Should All Women be Taking Folic Acid?

D.Sc (Urology), PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K., M.D.(Medicine)GOLD MEDALIST, M.B.B.S.
Sexologist, Lucknow
Should All Women be Taking Folic Acid?

Folic acid is an important form of vitamin B, which women must take during pregnancy. It is a form of man-made vitamin B known as folate. Folate plays a significant role in producing red blood cells and helps in the development of your baby’s neural tube into the brain and spinal cord, preventing any kind of birth defects in your baby. Birth defects of the brain or spinal cord may occur in early stages of pregnancy.
Therefore, by the time a woman discovers her pregnancy, it may become too late to prevent the defects.

How much folic acid should be taken?
A woman should start taking folic acid within the first three to four weeks of pregnancy, as birth defects may occur during this time. Women who start taking folic acid a year before getting pregnant produce healthy babies without birth defects.

400 mcg of folic acid is the recommended dose for all women who are of childbearing age and also in the first trimester of pregnancy. Multivitamins with the recommended amount of folate and folic acid supplements are generally prescribed as they help the mother deliver a healthy child. From the fourth to ninth month of pregnancy, the dose must be increased to 600 mcg.

Benefits of folic acid
Without sufficient folic acid in your body, the neural tube of your developing baby may not close properly. This may lead to neural tube defects, which include:
1. Spina bifida, a condition where the spinal cord or vertebrae develop incompletely. A baby with spina bifida may be disabled permanently.
2. Anencephaly, a condition that features incomplete development of the brain. Babies affected with anencephaly do not live long.

Having a sufficient supply of folic acid prevents these neural defects from developing in your baby.
Taking folic acid before and during pregnancy protects your baby against many other conditions. They include:
1. Cleft lip and palate
2. Low weight during birth
3. Chances of miscarriage
4. Premature birth

Folic acid also reduces the risk of developing pregnancy complications in the mother such as heart diseases, stroke, several cancers and Alzheimer’s disease. Folic acid is naturally found in dark-green vegetables, which you must consume in abundance. Other sources of folic acid include fortified breakfast cereals, beef liver, lentils, egg noodles and great northern beans. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist.

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Decreased Libido and Vaginal Lubrication. What can you Do?

D.Sc (Urology), PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K., M.D.(Medicine)GOLD MEDALIST, M.B.B.S.
Sexologist, Lucknow
Decreased Libido and Vaginal Lubrication. What can you Do?

Are you experiencing reduced libido along with intense dryness in your genitals? Loss of libido is a tough thing to cope with in women. In spite of having a great sex life, your vaginal area can become nonresponsive because of several reasons. You might not even know what is happening and the reasons which are causing the condition. These conditions are common in the menopause stage in women.

Reasons for decreased libido and vaginal dryness:

1. Several changes occur in a woman’s body during the menopause stage. The sex hormones, which include estrogen and progesterone start decreasing. This may lower your libido, cause vaginal dryness and affect your sex life to a great extent.

2. Testosterone is the sex hormone which turns you on or gets you into the mood for having sex. When the production of this hormone is insufficient, the urge for having sex gets affected and reaching an orgasm gets even harder.

3. The decrease in estrogen production causes several physical changes in a woman. The blood circulation to your sexual organs gets reduced, making you less sensitive to any kind of sexual stimulation. It also leads to vaginal dryness. The walls of the vagina also become thin due to which penetration may get painful.

Remedies for decreased libido

1. You should start practicing breathing exercises and do meditation for at least thirty minutes every day. This will enable you to eliminate stress, which is a primary trigger for decreased libido.

2. For balancing the estrogen levels, you should consume phytoestrogenic tea and supplements. Some important herbs which you should take include black cohosh, red clover and dong quai.

3. You should also consume aphrodisiac food items. Garlic is such a food item, which contains allicin and increases the blood flow to the vagina. Dark chocolate can also be taken.

Remedies for vaginal dryness

Several conventional vaginal lubricants may lead to irritation, infection and dryness of the vagina.

1. You should always use a natural lubricant, which is not associated with side effects and works effectively. Natural lubricants such as tea tree oil, coconut oil and vitamin E based oils provide effective vaginal lubrication. They also moisturize and repair the vagina.

2. You must keep fit and active. Regular cardio or yoga sessions will help with enhanced blood flow to your sexual organs, making you feel wet.

3. You should drink plenty of water and always stay hydrated in order to prevent dryness in the vagina.

Most importantly, it is a good idea to continue having sex. If you shy away and do not make any effort, the problem of decrease in libido will continue. Therefore, sex is the best way of encouraging your body. Proper communication with your partner is also necessary. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.

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Does Sexual Arousal Enlarge a Woman s Breasts?

D.Sc (Urology), PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K., M.D.(Medicine)GOLD MEDALIST, M.B.B.S.
Sexologist, Lucknow
Does Sexual Arousal Enlarge a Woman s Breasts?

Lovemaking is an essential aspect of any healthy relationship yet some couples are not aware of how the bodies change during the intercourse. While making love, a woman’s body goes through four different stages that trace the evolution of her sexual desire. Each stage has its own characteristics of specific physical responses and the woman’s breasts play a vital role in making the experience a pleasing one.

1. The excitement phase: This is the first stage of having sex where the mutual stimulation prepares the vagina. The first sign of sexual arousal is experiencing a vaginal lubrication that typically happens within 10 to 30 seconds of the stimulation. As the excitement builds up, the amount of fluid increases and the nipples also become erect. This happens mainly due to the contractions in small muscle fibres that respond to the sexual arousal.

2. The plateau phase: This is when the sexual stimulation is even more intense and the orgasm is just about to occur. The opening of the vagina narrows by about 30 percent for gripping the male genitals. Sometimes the colour of the inner vaginal lips also changes from pink to bright red. And the whole body reacts to the sexual arousal, and about 50- 75 percent of women across the world experience red spots resembling measles in and around the breasts, face, neck and buttocks. This is called as sex flush.

3. Orgasm: This is the juncture when the female body reaches the throes of the sexual pleasure and is immediately followed by relaxation. The breasts can swell by up to 25 percent at this stage. This makes the breasts ultra-sensitive and much larger than their original size. The nipple stimulation leads to the activation of same areas of the brain like the vaginal, cervical and clitoral stimulation. And the nipples turn from a pale to a deeper hue with the increase in the blood flow during the arousal.

4. Resolution phase: At this stage, the rate of blood pressure as well as heart rate fall as the woman calms down at this stage. But if sexual stimulation continues, then the resolution phase would span a very short time and the woman is likely to go back to the first three stages for further orgasms that lead to temporary enlargement of breasts.

Thus there is nothing to be worried about if you experience swelling of breasts when you are sexually aroused. However, if you feel that your breasts have become tender or causing any sort of abnormalities, then you must speak with a sexologist without further delay.

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Health Quote of the Week

D.Sc (Urology), PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K., M.D.(Medicine)GOLD MEDALIST, M.B.B.S.
Sexologist, Lucknow
Health Quote of the Week

Figs, bananas, and avocados are considered aphrodisiacs that increases blood flow to the genitals and promote a healthy sex life.

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Health Quote of the Week

D.Sc (Urology), PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K., M.D.(Medicine)GOLD MEDALIST, M.B.B.S.
Sexologist, Lucknow
Health Quote of the Week

For a good sexual life, include eggs in your diet.

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Health Quote of the Week

D.Sc (Urology), PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K., M.D.(Medicine)GOLD MEDALIST, M.B.B.S.
Sexologist, Lucknow
Health Quote of the Week

Daily exposure to sunlight helps wake up your sex drive, especially in winters.

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Does Size Really Matters? Know The Average Size {Issued in Public Interest by Prof (Dr.) Saransh Jain}

D.Sc (Urology), PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K., M.D.(Medicine)GOLD MEDALIST, M.B.B.S.
Sexologist, Lucknow
Does Size Really Matters? Know The Average Size {Issued in Public Interest by Prof (Dr.) Saransh Jain}

Men are conscious about the size of their penis if it is too small to satisfy their partner. Most men have no clue about what actually should be the average size of the penis and keep on underestimating their assets. For all those men who keep on worrying about their'intersecting dagger' constantly, hold on, we have

Swasth Bharat rattan awarded by Indian central government and awarded by government of america and Dubai sexologist, prof (Dr) Saransh Jain {certified and licensed sexologist by american board of sexology U. S. A} - sexologist, and senior consultant Burlington clinic pvt ltd Lucknow to correct the stats about the penis size.

The average size: in order to know the size of the penis, Dr. Saransh jain suggests - one should stop comparing themselves to other men, instead they should take a measuring tape and analyse their length, erection size and erection angle.

Once you are done with the measurements, compare your answers with the average size of the penis, to know your penis well.

Flaccid length: in order to know the correct size of your flaccid penis length, measure it soon after undressing, because the uneven temperature can distort your measurement. Dr. Saransh Jain says - never correspond the length of the flaccid penis to the length of the erect penis, because at times the small flaccid penis can grow much longer and vice versa. The average size of the flaccid penis should be anywhere between 3.5-3.9 inches.

Erect length: you will be surprised to know - even if a man has got a'small penis, he can actually bring up the size of penis when he is sexually aroused. The average length of the penis achieved when a man is aroused is around 5.8 inches. This measurement is from the base of the shaft to the tip of your penis.

Erect angle: when your penis is still erect, there is a ligament, which holds your penis to a certain angle. The angle of the penis can be different for different men. For a good sexual intercourse, the average angle of the penis is 106.8 degrees. To measure this angle, stand straight with your back leaning at your wall, when your penis is erect.

Conclusion: does size really matter? Dr. Saransh Jain says -" size of the penis is just a number. However, small a penis maybe it has the capability to touch each and every corner of the vagina" thus if you want your woman to moan louder, concentrate on various movements and positions rather than pleasing her with the size.

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Should You Get Doctor's Advice Before Taking Viagra?

D.Sc (Urology), PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K., M.D.(Medicine)GOLD MEDALIST, M.B.B.S.
Sexologist, Lucknow
Should You Get Doctor's Advice Before Taking Viagra?

Some people experience symptoms of erectile dysfunction and think of consuming Viagra. Viagra is the market name of a substance called Sildenafil, which is used for the correction of erectile dysfunction. It creates hypertension in the blood vessels, enabling you to get an enhanced erection. Viagra is quite useful for boosting your sexual performance. However, you may experience several side effects on your health. Before deciding on using a pack of Viagra, it is advised to consult a doctor to know the exact dosage that would work for you.

Dosages

1. 50 mg is the recommended dosage for men in general. The dose can be sometimes increased up to 100 mg. It depends on tolerance and effectiveness. The dose may also be decreased to 25 mg in some cases. It is also advised not to take Viagra more than once a day. The dosage will have to be altered if you take other prescribed medicines.

2. Viagra single packs are also prescribed by doctors. Single packs are available in dosages of 25, 50 and 100 mg.

When should you avoid viagra?

Viagra should be avoided in some cases.

These include the following:

1. In case you take prescribed nitrates for chest pain or pulmonary disorder, your doctor would advise you not to use Viagra due as it increases the risk of high blood pressure, which can be quite disastrous for your health.

2. Many people are allergic to sildenafil, which is a substance present in Viagra.

Side effects of consuming viagra

Viagra causes several serious side effects on the body. Therefore, it is very important to take a doctor’s advice and know about the different adversities. The most common side effects include the following:

1. Priapism: This is a condition where your erection lasts for about four hours or longer and does not end. Permanent damage to the penis is indicated if this condition is not treated.

2. Loss of vision and hearing impairment: Viagra may cause Non-arteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy (NAION). This disorder may lead to loss of vision in one or both the eyes. Tinnitus or hearing impairment is another condition, which may occur as a side effect of consuming Viagra.

You should always consult a doctor before you decide to take as he would know best about the dosage required by your body. He will also advise you about an ideal method of usage.

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I am 17 years old and my boy friend is 25 years, we both had sex two time, last time it was just before my period we had sex, is there any chance of getting pregnant, please answer.

D.Sc (Urology), PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K., M.D.(Medicine)GOLD MEDALIST, M.B.B.S.
Sexologist, Lucknow
I am 17 years old and my boy friend is 25 years, we both had sex two time, last time it was just before my period we ...
If you had sex just before your period than there is no change of getting pregnant because that is considered as a safe period for sex.
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I am not interested in having children. What alternatives to hysterectomy are available?

D.Sc (Urology), PhD (Pscho Sexual Medicine)U.K., M.D.(Medicine)GOLD MEDALIST, M.B.B.S.
Sexologist, Lucknow
I am not interested in having children. What alternatives to hysterectomy are available?
If you are not interested for a child yet you can opt for copper t insertion or use contraception like male condom.
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