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I am so luss my sex life in my child play time I well sex to another girls I loss my penis size I well sex one time and pen my body bone totale body bone pen it I well go again to sex but not titha my penis pls sir help me
I am 21 Years old I am suffering from a eyes problem. My eyes pains so much sometime even I cannot sleep that time I have no problem in focusing anything but 1 Day in a week its pain so much. I want a gud treatment pls help. If there is any medicine pls tell?
Hello doctor. I am male 72 years plus. For last three days I have sores on my bottom lips on left side - little pain - no major visible patch - if continues may form a yellow patch. What should I do? - cause and treatment please.
Giving birth to a child is a joyous and emotional time. After nine long months of pregnancy, one greets the arrival of baby with great anticipation. It is absolutely normal that the time post delivery marks a drastic change in sexual desire. While both women and menexpect changes in their sex life immediately after the birth of a child, but as time passes by, it is normal for both partners to wonder when things will ever return to normal. It is a fairly common condition to have a decreased sex drive after giving birth and this feeling can last for months which can be attributed to many factors. Refer to the following tips to get your drive back.
- Consult your Gynaecologist: One should take gynaecologist into confidence to discuss how one's libido has changed after child birth, who will in turn help to rule out any physical issues if any.
- Emotional & Physical Fatigue: Nursing a new born is no joke and it drains you physically. In a post delivery scenario, ones libido has to fight with overwhelming emotional as well as physical fatigue that results from nursing of a new born. One can share the night-time feeding with one's partner and try to catch up on the sleep with day time nap. One simply cannot look forward to sex if one is deprived of sleep.
- Release the pressure and guilt: The body is still recovering and one may get a feel that one is not attractive as before, which makes a dramatic impact on body image. Communicate honestly with your partner about the lack of drive. It is likely that he will also be experiencing similar issues and conflicting emotions. Giving reassurance that one is working on increasing the libido can help ease the pressure on both the individuals.
- Prepare for sex: Do anything to relax and get into the mood before hitting the bed. It can be as simple as a hot shower or a refreshing drink, but it is important to help your body transition from mother to lover.
- Use a lubricant: It is hard to look forward to something that is painful. Breastfeeding plays a significant role in the decrease in libido. Oestrogen is an important hormone that decreases with breastfeeding which affects vaginal tissues. The most common vaginal side effects of decreased oestrogen are dryness hence it's important to use lubricants to minimize the discomfort of vaginal dryness and make sex more enjoyable.
Libido is a complicated and there will be times one has to do even if one is not in the mood. Sometimes it takes a little nudge to get the libido back into gear. Once one gets over the hurdle of not being in the mood, one may just realise that one is enjoying the act.The good news is that this decrease in libido is temporary. With time and patience, one can rebuild a satisfying sexual relationship with their partner.
I am having a redness and small pimples on my penis cap. I wash it regularly with warm water. Sometimes it becomes normal but comes back again. Please tell me what problem I might have. And I am not sexually active.
I am a male Sr Citizen aged 73 years having BP and Diabetes taking prescribed medicines for some time. I am experiencing ringing sound in my ears/head intermittently during day and night. I am told it is known as TINNITUS. What is the remedy for this condition Sir?
I am a 20 year old student. I am losing hair from the temples. Would it be fine if I go for minoxidil from my nearest chemist? If yes then exactly should I ask chemist for? (tabs or other form of medicine) Also would that promote regrowth in areas where I have already lost my hair? Your kind can reply will surely rise hopes for me :)
I am 25 years old, my weight is 70 kg, height 6' and my body is skinny. What should I do to gain weight and what would be optimum weight for me?
I am 25 year old male I had sore throat problem and from yesterday and pain in throat while swallowing food or while drinking liquids some sort of itching sensation will be there in throat please kindly suggest me solution.
I have recently got night shifts in my job. But my motions is giving me problem. Usually it come n early morning wen I woke up but now wen I reach back to home. Wen I go to washroom I don't get the motions properly. And sleep also am not getting for 4 hours minimum. What to do?
Now what, if abnormality is found. Remember, semen abnormality is very common, even in those who are already having children. Because sperm production takes almost 3 months. So, your current semen analysis reveals your health 3 months ago. If you had fever or any heat exposure to scrotum (may be even tight underwear or hot tub bath) 3 months ago, your today's semen analysis will be abnormal. So, mere abnormality does not draw a conclusion, unless it is severely abnormal.
Now, what we see in semen. There are various parameters. I'm not going into details. But to be simplified, sperm abnormality may be due to two basic reasons. 1) sperms are not produced by the testes in good quantity (amount) or quality (healthy- motility and looking normal). 2) sperms are produced normally by the testes but cannot come in semen due to defect in the sperm-carrying pathway (may cause low count, defective sperm and also low motility).
One important thing is to remember, sperm production has nothing to do with manliness. You may feel absolutely normal with normal sex life but sperm production may be defective. So, first thing is not to feel depressed when the report comes abnormal.
So, whenever we find abnormality, we have to detect the cause. Treatment without detecting thee cause is more likely to fail. So, first thing is- whether sperms are produced or not.
Sperm production may be hampered due to diseases in testes- that may present since birth or may be due to some factors occurring later life. These include undescended testes, chromosomal defect, varicocele, diseases in the body (like tb, diabetes, kidney/ liver disease etc), heat exposure to scrotum, smoking, environmental poisons and even some drugs (including alcohol, marijuana, chemotherapy). These are called" testicular defects. In some cases, testes are normal but cannot produce sperms because of problems in other glands situated in brain (hypothalamus and pituitary). We call them" pre-testicular defects.
Sperm carrying pathway may sometimes get obstructed due to diseases like infection, operations, some genetic defects. These are called" post-testicular or obstructive defects.
In most cases of semen defect, treatment is not needed, as we can bypass the normal pathway and use the sperms produced in semen to make your partner pregnant with your own sperm. In severe cases, we can collect sperms from testes and impregnate your wife. In only very few unfortunate men or who cannot afford costly therapy, only option is donor sperm.
In very few cases of testicular or pre_testicular defects, medicines can help (but in very few cases). In obstructive cases, surgery may be needed to correct the defect. But, often we don't need these treatments as the results are not good and take long time to get the results.
So, why to wait and try doubtful treatments, when your prime aim is to father a baby? just one thing, don't get depressed and talk to doctor, he will find out the cause and give you the best result.