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Dr. Satyan Nanal  - Sexologist, Pune

Dr. Satyan Nanal

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Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), BHMS, MCSEPI

Sexologist, Pune

20 Years Experience  ·  500 at clinic  ·  ₹300 online
Dr. Satyan Nanal 89% (16 ratings) Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), BHMS, ... Sexologist, Pune
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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
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Dr. Satyan Nanal is one of the best Sexologists in somwar peth , Pune. He has over 20 years of experience as a Sexologist. He studied and completed Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS). He is currently associated with Chaitanya Clinic in Camp, Pune. Don?t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Satyan Nanal on Lybrate.com.

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Education
Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) - Pune University - 1998
BHMS - Dhondumama Sathe Homeopathic Medical College Pune - 2002
MCSEPI - Council of Sex Education & Parenthood International - 2007
Past Experience
Doctor at Chaitanya Clinic
Training at KEM Hospital
Training at Deenanth Mangeshkar Hospital
Languages spoken
English
Hindi
Awards and Recognitions
Participation In 32nd National Conference of Sexology (Nagpur)
Certificate of Participation For Indians V/S Coronary Artery Disease - The Heart of Truth
Participation In 29th National Conference of Sexology (Hyderabad)
Professional Memberships
Council of Sex Education & Parenthood International (CSEPI)
Maharastra Medical Council
Medi Jain Assosiation
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Council of Sex Education & Parenthood International (CSEPI)

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How To Manage Your Sex Life Post-menopause?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), BHMS, MCSEPI
Sexologist, Pune
How To Manage Your Sex Life Post-menopause?

Testosterone and oestrogen loss after menopause may cause changes in the sexual drive and body. Postmenopausal women might notice a loss of sexual interest and may respond less to stroking and touching. That may lead to decreased libido. Lower oestrogen levels can lead to reduced blood flow in the vagina. That may adversely affect lubrication in the vagina. Vaginal dryness during or after menopause can be successfully treated by using water based lubrication.

Lubricants which aren’t water soluble may weaken the latex in condoms. Until ovulation stops and the doctor confirms it, condoms are a must. Other kinds of lubricants make the vagina susceptible to bacterial growth. Consult your doctor regarding vaginal oestrogen-therapy.

Intimacy may take some time at the onset of menopause and isn’t something to get worried about. Counselling may not be required and the sex drive may get restored with time. It is important to build on intimacy during this period. Refrain from having intercourse if it makes you uncomfortable. Intimacy doesn’t have to always involve sex. Affection and love can be expressed in many other ways.

Here are a few tips to better intimacy without having sex:

  1. Bond over erotic literature and videos and masturbation.
  2. Relax and spend time with each other. Indulge in non-sexual acts like gym, television, videos and music.
  3. Try new foreplay techniques. Such activities improve communication and can increase comfort levels between your partner and you. Oral sex and body massages are great starting points. Remember that the point of foreplay isn’t always sex.

Be frank when discussing your sexual problems with your doctor, even though talking about them may be hard. If need be, then your doctor might refer both your partner and you to a medical professional specialising in sexual problems and ailments. The therapist might further recommend group or individual sexual counselling. Counselling with your partner is especially beneficial as it helps both of you to cope better with whatever your individual ailments may be. Counseling of this kind is very helpful even if it’s for a short while.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
 

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Sexual Problems - Can Sex Therapy Help You?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), BHMS, MCSEPI
Sexologist, Pune
Sexual Problems - Can Sex Therapy Help You?

Physical intimacy is a healthy sociobiological concept. It is a primary human need and we all are aware of it. However, it is linked to cultural norms, expectations and behaviour. In many societies, talking about sex is still a taboo and talking about sexual problems is simply out of question. Many people even in modern societies feel embarrassed to discuss their sexual behaviour, preferences or issues. The fact is that a sexual problem is just like any other normal issue requiring a medical and psychological intervention. Neglecting such issues not only impacts one’s health but also happiness and relationships.

  • Sex problems can be experienced by both men and women. In men, inability to hold, premature or delayed ejaculation and impotence causes a lot of distress. In women, anxiety and fears impact negatively on their sexual behaviour. Apart from this, women may experience pain and discomfort during sex or a complete lack of desire for sex.
  • Sexual abuse or an unpleasant sexual experience can deeply affect a person’s ability to view sexuality as healthy and positive. Such traumatic experiences affect a person’s desire for sex as well as his/ her ability to perform. Thus, emotions play a pivotal role in sexual behaviour and need to be addressed with a lot of sensitivity.
  • Sex therapy is an intervention which deals with the sensitive issues surrounding sex problems through one to one counselling. The powerful sexual energy if not channelized well can cause a lot of personal and emotional problems. Thus, it is highly advisable to discuss the problem with someone knowledgeable, trustworthy and sensitive.
  • Sex therapy is a right platform to express one’s issues pertaining to sexual dysfunction as it promises a highly professional and confidential service. The role of a sex therapist is to help individuals understand their problems from a different perspective and initiate interventions to remove their own barriers to achieving a happy and fulfilling sexual life.

The principle force behind this therapy is self help. Thus, partners are empowered to understand and deal with their own issues with the help of an expert who acts as a guide and facilitator. Many times, couples with sexual problems start drifting apart and losing feelings of love and intimacy. Such partners fight over no issues and are unable to deal with their growing intolerance and disconnect.

A sex therapist can look at relationship issues and help couples resolve some of their differences thus restoring a positive relationship, so vital for a healthy sexual life. Sex therapy is undoubtedly a safest and best way to discuss your difficulties, fears, anxieties, desires and even fantasies. Distressed over a sexual issue, seek help, check out a trained sex therapist in your area!

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

 

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Dyspareunia - Diagnosis and Treatment!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), BHMS, MCSEPI
Sexologist, Pune
Dyspareunia - Diagnosis and Treatment!

Pain during or after sexual intercourse is known as dyspareunia. Although this problem can affect men, it is more common in women. Women with dyspareunia may have pain in the vagina, clitoris or labia. There are numerous causes of dyspareunia, many of which are treatable. 

Common causes include the following:

  1. Vaginal dryness
  2. Atrophic vaginitis, a common condition causing thinning of the vaginal lining in postmenopausal women
  3. Side effects of drugs such as antihistamines and tamoxifen (Nolvadex and other brands)
  4. An allergic reaction to clothing, spermicides or douches
  5. Endometriosis, an often painful condition in which tissue from the uterine lining migrates and grows abnormally inside the pelvis
  6. Inflammation of the area surrounding the vaginal opening, called vulvar vestibulitis
  7. Skin diseases, such as lichen planus and lichen sclerosus, affecting the vaginal area
  8. Urinary tract infections, vaginal yeast infections, or sexually transmitted diseases
  9. Psychological trauma, often stemming from a past history of sexual abuse or trauma.

Symptoms of Dyspareunia:
Women with dyspareunia may feel superficial pain at the entrance of the vagina or deeper pain during penetration or thrusting of the penis. Some women also may experience severe tightening of the vaginal muscles during penetration, a condition called vaginismus.

Diagnosis:
Your health practitioner will check for the following things

  1. If there was ever a time you had painless intercourse or if you have always had dyspareunia
  2. If you have enough natural lubrication and if your symptoms improve when you use commercially available lubricants
  3. About your sexual history (to help assess your risk for sexually transmitted infections)
  4. If you have ever been sexually abused or had a traumatic injury involving your genitals.

Treatment:

  1. Lubrication with an over-the-counter lubricant such as K-Y jelly.
  2. Antifungal medication(if you have any kind of fungal infection)
  3. Sitz baths for removing the inflammation
  4. For skin diseases affecting the vaginal area, lichen sclerosus and lichen planus often improve with steroid creams.
  5. Therapies include topical estrogen cream, low-dose pain medications, and physical therapy with biofeedback to lower the muscle tension in the pelvic floor
  6. Surgeries can also be prescribed for abnormal growths

For dyspareunia that has no apparent physical cause or has lasted for months or years, you may need psychological counseling to address stress or anxiety regarding sexual intercourse.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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