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Dr. Mamatha Shetty

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Dr. Mamatha Shetty is an experienced Psychologist in Kalyan East, Thane. You can meet Dr. Mamatha Shetty personally at Jupiter Hospital in Kalyan East, Thane. Book an appointment online with Dr. Mamatha Shetty on Lybrate.com.

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Discussing ed problems with your partner

Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery (B.U.M.S)
Sexologist, Chennai
Discussing ed problems with your partner

Discussing ed problems with your partner

Communication plays one of the most important roles in any sexual relationship.

For most men who begin to detect the signs of erectile dysfunction, it can be a big challenge to admit it to their partner about the problem.

Emotions may run high and you may feel nervous or awkward and get stressed about your partner's reaction to it.

But always remember that your problem is also affecting your partner. And a clear discussion may be the first step to the diagnosis and treatment of your problem.

Try and get past the initial hesitation and talk it out to your partner. Feeling embarrassed about discussing your problem of erectile dysfunction can make your relationship even worse.

While it is not easy to communicate with your partner about your erection problems, it is imperative that you do so.

Here are a few tips for getting the conversation started.

1. Don't hesitate

Sometimes the most difficult part is just starting the conversation on this subject. Yet you need to explain the issue in plain simple words.

Admitting it your partner can be the first step to getting started on the road to recovery.

Make sure that you and your partner are comfortable and not stressed out at the time you choose to discuss the matter.

It might feel awkward at the beginning but once the conversation flows, it will be much easier for you to explain. Talking frankly about your problem will also increase the chances of winning the emotional support of your partner.

2. Discuss the treatment options

Because of the advancement in medicine, erection problems are much easily treated than ever before.

Once you have opened the discussion on this subject let your partner know that there are treatments available for this problem. This will give her hope and a positive attitude towards the situation.

Having your partner's support in taking the treatment will make it much easier for both of you to deal with it.

3. Be positive

Stay supportive and positive. Be more expressive about your feelings of love and attraction towards her. Let her know you care.

Focus more on emotional intimacy. Sometimes going bravely through such difficulties together makes the relationship even stronger.

Avoiding the issue of impotence will not make it disappear but will just raise the level of tension and frustration in the relationship.

Therefore, it's very important to discuss the issue with your partner and subsequently, seek medical help and counseling as soon as possible.

Keeping these things in mind, you can deal better with the problem of erectile dysfunction and reduce its impact on your relationship.
 

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Ways To Recover From An Infidelity In Marriage

B.H.M.S
Sexologist, Hyderabad
Ways To Recover From An Infidelity In Marriage

Over the years, Infidelity has surfaced as the single most common reason that has the ability to shatter and dismantle a perfectly happy relationship. Infidelity can occur in any and every form of relationship and in each of them it is deemed as unacceptable and uncalled for. Lack of affection has been generally identified as the primary cause why people stray. However there are other reasons too that cause infidelity. Some of them are:

  1. Bad judgment: The person who is held responsible for going astray may actually be the victim of bad judgement and an impulsive decision.  There may not be anything wrong with the marriage but momentary attraction and a rash decision are possible reasons that lead a person astray.
  2. Search for an emotional connect: A lack of emotional connect with the partner can be a possible reason for infidelity. An unquenchable thirst for attention and the need to be flattered as well finding an emotional connect with a new person causes infidelity. Though the most common and devastating outcome of infidelity is the end of a relationship.

 There are ways one that helps one to overcome infidelity. Some of them are as follows:

  1. Ending the affair immediately: The first and foremost step that you must take in overcoming infidelity is to end the affair immediately. If your relationship is important to you, then it would require your complete investment both physically and emotionally. You must snap all contacts with the other person and concentrate on rebuilding your relationship with renewed faith and trust.
  2. Open discussion: If you want the relationship to work then you must have a completely free and open discussion with your partner. Coming clean about your past affair is imperative if you want to begin anew. Your partner deserves a complete, honest discussion and you must do it delicately and with a lot of care.
  3. Willingness to compromise: Beginning a relationship after confessing about the past relationships requires a lot of hard work and compromises. It will take a long time for the relationship to be what it was before the infidelity and you should take complete responsibility for it as well have a willingness to compromise on certain issues.
  4. Marriage therapy: Apart from attempts to amend yourself, you can also use the help of a marriage therapist. A marriage counselor or a therapist through prolonged discussions and sound counsels can avert the possible ending of the relationship.
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He is not feeling any kind of emotions and is never excited about something new. Not even he feels excited when he is back to his home, to his parents and nor when he is visiting some other country. Is that normal to behave on his part? He himself admits that he is feeling way too casual about all things. Could you please provide any solution to overcome this.

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Kolkata
He is not feeling any kind of emotions and is never excited about something new. Not even he feels excited when he is...
My Lybrate frnd, she has must necessary for concelling. Immediatly take a medicine Ignatia - 200/5 ml. 3-4 drops with 2 teaspoonful normal water twice daily for 10 days in empty stomach.
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Tips to Deal With Social Phobia

Master Of Science In Counseling & Psychotherapy
Psychologist, Bangalore
Tips to Deal With Social Phobia

Anxiety often leads to the development of phobias. An unreasonable fear of being in social situations is known as social anxiety or social phobia. People suffering from such a phobia may be afraid of specific social settings like public speaking or generic social events such as eating with others or using public telephones. They are afraid that they will embarrass themselves or be humiliated in front of others. Being in such a situation can often build up into a panic attack. In many cases, the person himself is aware that his fear is irrational but cannot overcome it. Hence, here are a few tips to overcome social phobia.

  1. Relax: The first thing you need to do is learn to relax. People with phobias often anticipate them and stress themselves out before the situation can present itself. Being anxious heightens sensitivity and worsens your response to a social situation. Hence, before stepping out or meeting someone, take a deep breath and relax. Instead of focusing on the stressful situation, think about something in the future like getting home to a nice cup of tea.
  2. Test yourself: Make a list of the situations that you are afraid of and anticipate the level of anxiety you think it would cause. Then test this hypothesis by putting yourself in the situation. For example, if you fear walking into a crowded room, try doing it once. You may find that you cope with the situation better then you anticipated. Keep a record of these hypothesis and test results.
  3. Practice doing what scares you: Some situations may scare you too much to dive straight into them. In such cases, practice what you would do if you were in such a situation by yourself or with someone you trust. Run the situation in your head and imagine what you would do if it were actually happening.
  4. Look around: Social awkwardness is often caused by imaging that people can read your thoughts and thus focusing on them rather than the people you are talking to or the space you are in. Train your mind to notice things around you and be aware of your situation. Focusing outwards can lower your anxiety and enhance your ability to hold a conversation with people. To make this a habit, whenever you walk into a room make a mental note of three things in the room.
  5. Ask questions: An easy way to shift focus from yourself to people around you is by asking questions. When you someone a question listen to their response and if you still aren't comfortable talking about your own views, ask another related question. This will not give your mind time to dwell on any negative thoughts and can even increase your social circle.
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I am not taking proper sleep due to work tension so can I take sleeping pills to reduce this stress.

Diploma In Family Medicine, M.Sc - Psychotherapy
Sexologist, Pune
I am not taking proper sleep due to work tension so can I take sleeping pills to reduce this stress.
Mr. Lybrate-user, you seem to be having anxiety and stress issues. If your job is causing you stress/tension and if you can not change your job or profile, you need to introspect. Sleeping pills will help you only for a while, afterwards they will stop helping to ease your tensions. And it is likely that you will develop an addiction to them. In some years you will find yourself in a spot where the medicines do not help and you will start running after something more potent and may be illegal like drugs! the problems lies with your" coping abilities" it is important you take help of a counselor, learn to introspect from time to time and develop coping strategies!
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My age 27 I am married man. Not getting perfect contact with my wife. I am tide during relation time. What should I do for better contact.

Reparenting Technique, BA, BEd
Psychologist, Bangalore
It is very likely that she is afraid and that she is not playing sexual games of playing hard to get. If she is genuinely afraid take her to a female sexologist and have her discuss her fears to overcome whatever the false impression she may have about sex or intercourse: even a gynecologist would do . If not, she could do with some sex education and understand that this is normal between a man and a woman in marriage. If the communication between you two is okay, she can talk to you and express her fears and you can help her. Anyway you have to be very gentle with her and literally coax her into wanting sex. Some Indian girls have been brought up in very protected environments and may have a lot of inhibitions about exposing their bodies to anyone, let alone a man, and her perception may be of severe abhorrence of sex because of the invasion into her body, and private parts at that. So a lot of care, gentleness and love must be exercised to tease her out of her inhibitions. Remember that the most important sexual organ is the brain: if you work on convincing and seducing her mind by gentle talk, she could be brought out of her anxiety and shyness. If you are effective, you can bring her to a point of no return by enticing the sexual desire, just by your talk! If talk is not enough and she allows you to touch her, then it is possible to drive her libido even more effectively by tapping and stimulating her erogenous zones: lower back, ears, back of the neck, inner thighs, nape of the neck, mouth/lips, nipples, breasts, vagina, and clitoris. You must progress gradually on these zones, little at a time, and when you see that she is receptive and is looking for more you may progress on to the more intense areas. Never hurry, as men are wont to do. And never attempt to do all of it on the same occasion. If she has a small vaginal opening, which can be dealt with even by her gynecologist, and in worse cases, she can have it opened surgically.
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Sir I am 36 years old and I am also the victim of personality disorder . I don't know when and how I infected by this. My worry is that I get angry quickly where no need to get angry, in very small matters. And I put all my anger on my kids and family some time beat them. Please suggest me what should I do at the time of anger.

PGDPC
Psychologist, Pune
Sir I am 36 years old and I am also the victim of personality disorder . I don't know when and how I infected by this...
Dear lybrate user, nice of you to write to me and express your issue of concern. The fact that you have taken out the time to write to me about is shows that you would like to resolve the issue. I appreciate the concern for your kids and family. View life and the events that you pass through in an objective way. Be a simple observer and assist all especially your family members deal with their issues. Take some time out and develop some goals (long term / short term) for yourself. Live your life according to that. In your free time pursue an interesting hobby. Take out some time also for meditation and silent reflection. If any event takes place that angers you look at it objectively, take 2/3 deep breaths before you respond. Do meet a counselor / therapist for further assistance. You are welcome to write to me and contact me if you do require any further assistance. Wishing you all the best!
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Could you recommend something for memory which does not cause cold. I am 34 years old ,A mother of a one year baby. My memory has been weak though I was good in academics due to hard work. Good in office too when I was working that too due to hard work because I make some arrangement to remind me things in the office but in daily life good memory is essential for peace. Post marriage after several revisions also I forget my husband side relatives and that cause many problems and embarrassment. I can not remember the ways also. I wonder seeing the girls who have met the relatives only ones but they can remember. Please help.

M.Phil - Psychology, PhD PSYCHOLOGY
Psychologist, Delhi
You are not able to remember because you are experiencing stress and anxiety about forgetting. More tense you are more you forget. You need to d-stress by relaxation training from psychologist or pracitice all that you see on astha channel from 5_7. 30 am daily. This will be excellent for physical and mental health.
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I am getting stressed due to work pressure which leads to lose temper and be irate. Is there any remedy?

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
I am getting stressed due to work pressure which leads to lose temper and be irate. Is there any remedy?
Homoeopathic medicine ALPHA TS (Wilmar Schwabe India) Drink 20 drops in 20 ml fresh water 3 times daily PASSIFLORA 1X ( BAKSON) Chew 2 tabs daily night In acute attacks immediately drink ACONITE 200 ( Dr Reckeweg) 5 drops direct on tongue. Report after 15 days
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