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Sex Education - Symptom, Treatment And Causes

What is Sex Education?

Sex education is an instruction therapy on issues related to human sexual behaviours, which can include emotional responsibilities and relations, sexual activities, the age of consent, human sexual anatomy, reproductive rights, reproductive age, birth control, safe sex and also about issues related to sexual abstinence.

Sex education that encompasses all these aspects as mentioned above, is known as comprehensive sex education. The common pathways of receiving sex education are caregivers, parents, public health campaigns and formal school programs for the students. Adolescent men and women in many traditional cultures were not provided with any information pertaining to sexual matters, where discussion on sex was being considered as a taboo.

How Sex Education Started :

However, the progressive movement on human rights and education during the 19th century led to the introduction of social hygiene in the North American school curriculums, which is the advent of sex education on a global platform. The need for sex education was also heightened by the increasing incidence of teenage pregnancies, particularly in the western part of the world after the 1960s.

As a part of the effort of each country to reduce such pregnancies, extensive programs on sex education were programmed and also introduced, which was initially strongly opposed by parents and also by the religious groups. Later with the AIDS outbreak, which became a global issue, gave a new sense of urgency to this stream of education.

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Sex education was used as a vital public health strategy for fighting this deadly disease in many African, Asian and South American countries.

Today sex education is taught informally, such as when someone receives information about sex and sexual behaviours and risks from a conversation with friends, parents, religious leaders or even through the media. Sex education in this modern world can also be delivered by magazine advice columnists, sex self-help authors, sex columnists, or several multilingual sex education websites. In India, there are several programs which promote sex education which includes information on AIDS in public education, schools and advertising campaigns. One major controversy in the realm of sex education is whether sex education should also involve LGBT and their rights can be included into the school curriculums. LGBT sex education involves safe sex practices among gay, lesbians and transsexual persons and general information on homosexuality.

However, it is an unfortunate story, that only 20% of the LGBT students have heard anything positive about their LGBT community, and so it seems that LGBT students are more likely to hear something positive about LGBT people from social studies and history classes rather than from sex educators as of date.

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Effect Of HIV On Sex Life - What Should You Know

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
IVF Specialist, Delhi
Effect Of HIV On Sex Life - What Should You Know

What is HIV?
The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a kind of lentivirus that causes HIV infection, and over time it causes acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome causes progressive failure of the immune system leading to life-threatening opportunistic infections and cancers to thrive. A study by anonymous questionnaire in over 900 HIV-positive people using combination therapy (80% men, 20% women) found that around one-third reported less interest in sex.

Effect of HIV on Sex Life

  1. People find that their sexual desire or performance is affected when they are first diagnosed as HIV positive.
  2. A person is worried about the impact of the diagnosis on the current relationship(s) and also on chances of creating new ones, especially with someone who is HIV negative.
  3. Some people may experience lack of pleasure while having sex as they may have to use a condom to avoid transmission of the virus.
  4. Lower (than normal) testosterone levels have been found in people with advanced HIV infection leading to sexual dysfunction.
  5. Untreated HIV can also cause nerve damage (a condition called neuropathy) resulting in erectile problems.
  6. Women with HIV may experience menopause (the end of your menstrual cycle) earlier than women who are HIV negative due to abnormal production of the female hormones estrogen and progesterone. Fall in the level of these hormones causes a reduction in sexual desire.
  7. Experiences such as receiving a positive HIV test result are likely to be a time of shock, worry, fear, or disbelief because of which sexual desire and performance can be affected.
  8. Concerns about possibly passing HIV on to sexual partners can also affect your desire for sex and intimacy.
  9. Anti-HIV drugs, such as the ddI (didanosine, Videx/Videx EC), may cause numbness in the genital area, causing difficulty in obtaining or sustaining an erection.
  10. In relationships, the diagnosis of HIV may reveal aspects of a person's behavior that they may have wanted to keep private. This may include infidelity or sexuality (such as male homosexuality) or intravenous drug use resulting in feelings of guilt and blame.
  11. Some individuals keep complete abstinence from sexual activity due to the myths and beliefs heard from people in their surroundings. This leads to unhappy relationship between spouses.

Both women and men gave similar reasons for having not resumed sex, and these were:

  1. Not having recovered fully
  2. Insufficient energy
  3. Lack of privacy as they shared a sleeping house with children
  4. Lost interest in sex
  5. Followed the health workers advice of not engaging in sex
  6. Fear of superinfection
  7. Fear that the virus would regain strength
  8. Sex no longer was an important part of their lives

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

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Vasectomy - 5 Myths Debunked!

MBBS, MS - General Surgery, FRCS - General Surgery , Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery
General Surgeon, Delhi
Vasectomy - 5 Myths Debunked!

Vasectomy is synonymous with sterilizations and is one of the most stress-free procedures for couples who want to limit their chances of pregnancy and child birth. It is a process that has been perfected over the years and is still the most reliable method to avoid impregnation. However, there are still some myths and allegories associated with it. Though these have considerably reduced in the modern age, there are still some pockets of the world where this is prevalent. Come, let us take a look at some misconceptions and myths regarding vasectomy and the actual truth behind them.

Myth 1: Your sexual performance gets affected.
This is one of the most common misconceptions that are associated with a vasectomy. This is the number one reason why many men are hesitant to go for it fearing that their sex life could get hindered leading to nonperformance.

Truth: This is incorrect. The idea behind a vasectomy is to avoid pregnancy, and there is no reason as to why it would hamper your sex life. You will be able to lead an active sex life, and semen production will also be normal.

Myth 2: Testosterone production will be nil after vasectomy
Sperms are made in the testicles, and hence this myth came into existence that once a vasectomy is performed, you would be unable to produce any sperms and testosterone.

Truth: The simple truth is the myth is entirely baseless. Your sperm production is never eliminated and only your tube for the distribution of sperms is closed by a vasectomy. Hence it in no way affects your sperm production. A vasectomy does not have any effect on the production of testosterone.

Myth 3: Vasectomies stops sperm production
Many people assume fertility with sperm production. Hence once a vasectomy procedure eliminates the fertility aspect your sperm production automatically stops.

Truth: No. This is incorrect. Vasectomies never stop sperm production. They only restrict the sperms from entering into the semen. Sperms have a lifespan of about four days. Hence it is only natural that they are removed and replaced.

Myth 4: You are completely sterile post the surgery
It is easy to assume that you are sterile after you have the surgery. There is no way that having sex can lead to a pregnancy.

Truth: While there is a lot of truth in the above, there can be some instances of live sperms below the procedure point. The complete process of sterility can take about 4 to 5 weeks to occur and for all the sperms to get relinquished. Hence it is safe to not have sex for these weeks. It is also safe to get a semen analysis post the surgery.

Myth 5: Vasectomies are fool proof sterility methods
The high success rates in the procedure have made everyone believe that vasectomy is the sure shot to infertility. It is also 100% efficient.

Truth: While it is true that a vasectomy has a high success rate it is certainly not 100%. There can be instances where there are failures in a vasectomy, and this will not curtail your sterility. There are even known cases when couples have been able to conceive even after a vasectomy. Though the chances are extremely high of becoming sterile, the procedure is not fool proof.

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

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Are You Having Issues In Sex Life? Know The Possible Reasons Behind It!

MBBS, MD - Psychiatry, MBA (Healthcare)
Psychiatrist, Davanagere
Are You Having Issues In Sex Life? Know The Possible Reasons Behind It!

Physical intimacy between couples can be something that can never be judged based on their relation. Many factors can hamper the satisfaction of the people involved, and you would have said that at least one point of time in your life that the zest has fiddled out. Do not fret as you are not alone. You are voicing something which billions of couples would have expressed at some point in time in their life. In a long-term relationship, the partners can almost complain about the same things which they believe is needed to make their physical intimacy to work out even more.

There are enough diseases and infections related to sex that can physically veer a couple from having a healthy intimacy. Add to that; there are many psychological parts too that can hamper a robust and active sexual life. Thanks to the times we live in almost all the sexual diseases and infections can be treated and kept at bay. However, the psychological imbalances have to be adequately addressed and channeled using the right medium. It can be very beneficial to consult a sex therapist for the underlying problems and more often it can be better if the sessions are had as a couple. Let us look at a few of the symptoms that can lead to issues in bed:

  1. Laziness: The intimacy cannot have the desired result if you find that if you or partner is lagging in the enthusiasm. Boredom can easily set in, and this can easily have an effect on how physical you are. Talk this out with a therapist and try to look for ways in which the laziness and the routine can be reduced.
  2. Body Image: It is true that a body image can be one of the factors for a good sex life, but as we age we tend to get loose and do not make an effort to keep our body fit. This, in turn, can affect the intimacy has the partners can lose interest in each other as a couple. Have a healthy lifestyle and stay away from foods that can hamper your wellbeing. Exercise regularly and keep surprising each other.
  3. Exhaustion and Stress: Needless to say this one factor and the modern times have been the main culprit for making you have issues in bed. Our work nature has forced to work 24/7 sometimes leaving us little time for other crucial intricacies of life. This has left us with a void and has made a dent in our space and the way we react to a sexual urge. The only way by which this can be minimized is by having a good work life balance and by giving the needed importance to the relationship. Remember that your work is not important than your physical well-being, and if your nature of the work is the cause of your ailments, then it is high time you think about changing it.
  4. Communicate: More importantly, talk to a counselor about the problem you face and about your anxiety levels. Try having an open communication between you and your spouse and know your interest quotients. It is not wrong to appraise each other as far as physical intimacy s concerned. Remember that an open mind is always the fostering channel for dissolving the issues in bed. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
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Trichomonas Vaginalis - Ways You Can Prevent Yourself!

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Gynae-Laproscopy
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Trichomonas Vaginalis - Ways You Can Prevent Yourself!

Trichomonas vaginalis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI). It is sometimes referred to as trichomonas or trichomoniasis, or shortened to TV. The term trichomonas is used here. 

If you are suffering from trichomonas vaginalis, it is important for you to know about protecting yourself against this condition. Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) that is caused by an organism known as trichomonas vaginalis. This disease is more common in women than in men. Men too can get infected and pass on the infection to their sexual partners.

Signs & Symptoms-

Up to half of infected men and women will not have any signs or symptoms at all. Signs and symptoms usually show up within a month of coming into contact with trichomonas. You might notice:

Women

  1. Soreness, inflammation and itching in and around the vagina. This can cause discomfort when having sex.
  2. A change in vaginal discharge – there may be a small amount or a lot, and it may be thick or thin, or frothy and yellow. You may also notice a strong smell that may be unpleasant.
  3. Pain when passing urine.

Men

  1. A discharge from the penis, which may be thin and whitish.
  2. Pain, or a burning sensation, when passing urine.
  3. Inflammation of the foreskin (this is uncommon).

Diagnosis
A physical examination and certain laboratory tests are carried out for the diagnosis of trichomonas’s. Tests are carried out on a sample of the vaginal fluid to find out disease-causing parasites. It is harder to detect the parasite in men, than in women.

Treatment
Commonly, a certain oral antibiotic is prescribed for treating trichomonas’s. It is the only medicine used for this purpose, but should be avoided by pregnant women. If you are infected, your partner should also be treated at the same time for the prevention of reinfection and further spreading. If you are undergoing treatment for trichomonas’s, it is advised that you avoid having sex until the treatment gets over and all symptoms get eliminated. You should take your medicine even if you improve and after the symptoms are gone. A retest should be carried out after three months to know about the infection’s status.

Prevention
You can prevent or protect yourself from trichomonas’s vaginalis by taking the following steps:

  • Have protected sex by using condoms every time.
  • Sexual abstinence or limiting your sexual contact to one partner is recommended.
  • Avoid sexual contact if you think you are affected.

You should consult a doctor on experiencing any genital symptoms such as burning urination, discharge, and the development of sores or rashes. Also, you must stop having sex with anyone after experiencing these symptoms. 

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

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Intrauterine Devices(IUDs) - Know Its Different Types And Their Uses!

Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Intrauterine Devices(IUDs) - Know Its Different Types And Their Uses!

An IUD is usually a T-shaped plastic device wrapped in copper. It can also contain hormones. An IUD gets inserted into the uterus, and a plastic string is tied to one end of the IUD that hangs down via cervix, into the vagina. One can feel the IUD in place by feeling the string. The string is also used for the removal of an IUD. 

There are two major types of IUDs: 

Hormonal IUDs 
• This type of IUD releases Levonorgestrel, a progestin hormone. 
• A hormonal IUD is considered to be a little more effective than the other type of IUDs. 
• It usually prevents pregnancy for about five years. 

Copper IUD 
• This is the most common form of IUD in which a copper wire is wrapped around the stem of the IUD. 
• This form of IUD can stay in place for around three, five or ten years (depending upon type) and is considered to be an effective contraception method. Some Copper IUDs are semicircular in shape. 

How IUDs work? 
• Both forms of IUDs prevent the fertilisation by adversely affecting the local environment of uterine cavity and also eggs & sperms. 
• The uterine lining, where the fertilised egg implants itself and grows is also affected. 

Hormonal IUD 
• Hormonal IUDs work by preventing fertilization, which is carried out by adversely affecting sperms and making the mucus present in cervix sticky and thick. 
• This makes it difficult for sperm to reach the uterus. It also helps in keeping the endometrium or uterus lining from growing excessively thick. 
• The hormones present in this IUD reduce menstrual cramping and menstrual bleeding

Copper IUD 
• Copper is toxic for sperms. This type of IUD makes fallopian tubes and uterus produce certain fluids which adversely affect sperms. 
• White blood cells are contained in this fluid along with copper ions, prostaglandins, and enzymes. 

Insertion 
• IUDs can be inserted during any time when you are not pregnant or do not suffer from pelvic infections. However, it is preferable to insert it during or just after the menstrual period. 
• The insertion process of IUDs is simple and does not take much time. Usually, no local anaesthetic is used during the procedure. 
• The insertion of IUDs is easier in women who have delivered normally. 

Mild cramping and some amount of light bleeding or spotting are likely to be expected for a few days after the insertion of an IUD. You should avoid having sex, using tampons, or putting anything in your vagina for at least one day after the procedure. It is advisable for you to visit your doctor from time to time after the insertion procedure.

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

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Popular Questions & Answers

M C aane pr kitne din baad intercourse krna tik rahe ga ki pregnant na ho with out protection jab M C 4 din rahe. Jaise 28 june ko mc aaye ho to. please tell me.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Vo counting periods kitne din pe aata hai uske upar hota hai. Agar regular 28 din pe aata hai to 28 june se 8 July aur 15 July se 26 July tak safe period kahte hai, jab next period aata hai. Magar yeh method jyada fail hoti hai ya ni na chahne per bhi pregnancy rahti hai.

I release white water which is sometimes thick and sometimes thin. What is the home made remedy to stop it. Will release of white water means that you will have pregnancy problems in the future or you cannot be pregnant in the future? Is it true that release of white water everyday can lead to no pregnancy or problem in pregnancy?

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, MBBS
Gynaecologist,
Passing white discharge is common and normal. Some white discharge thich type is common few days after menses and /or few days before menses is normal. At times between two periods, during ovulation too thin watery discharge is seen. This is normal too. It only signals increased blood flow and effect of hormones on the reproductive tract. It is NOT harmful It doesnot cause any effects on fertility. You must relax. If you feel itching in private parts, burning while passing urine, lower tummy ache you may consult a gynec for check up and to get treatment

Last month may 11th I had sex and took 2 i-pill tablets. I got periods on 18th may. This month I had sex on 10th june but with condoms ,usually my periods are between 8 to 16th. This month after intercourse I haven't got periods yet. Is this due to last month i-pill or am I pregnant also consumed n consuming sesame seeds. Please tell me if I am pregnant.

B.H.M.S.
Homeopath, Kolkata
If your LMP is 18/5, then you may have the next on 15/6, if it goes on regular 28D cycle. Many have deviations from it, may have sometimes advance, sometimes delayed. Nothing to worry, wait till 1 wk after 15th, then think of other ways.

Sir, I am 68 years old. A stunt has been inserted in one of my vain/नस of my heart. I am type 2 diabetic / BP patient but always under control. Taking medicines for all. I am always interested in Sex. How much time could I do intercourse with my wife in a Week. Is there any harm to my health. Kindly advice.

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology
Psychologist, Hyderabad
Hi, There should not be any problems in you having sex as long as you and your wife enjoy the intimacy of being together. However do not try to be more aggressive during sex in bed.

I have a symptoms of prejaculations like during sex I feel a orgasm earlier than my previous time.

Sexologist, Delhi
You are suffering from premature ejaculation disorder. It is a common problem among men in the present times. There are many Psychological factors like anxiety, guilt or depression can also be the cause of premature ejaculation. First of all start eating a healthy diet. Avoid junk foods, smoking, alcohol consumption. Try some tips like think about something else during intercourse or use thicker condoms (Thicker condoms can reduce sensitivity and helps you last longer during intercourse). Also you can concern with us, if you want fast result. We provide therapies as well as Ayurveda medicines. You can contact us.

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What is Sex Education?

How Sex Education Started :

More About Sex Education :

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Depression And Its Associated Factors
Good morning everyone, this is Dr Anuneet Sabharwal, the consultant Psychiatrist at Infinity Clinic. Today I am going to talk about Depression.

We feel sad from time to time. But Clinical Depression is a kind of sadness which impairs our day to day functioning is higher intensity and lasts for a prolonged period of time.

How do we diagnose a case of Clinical Depression?

A person typically feels persistent sad as decreased energy, leading to lethargy, has decreased in lack of enjoyment in daily activities and some of the other symptoms which may be present are decreased self-esteem, low sex drive, sleeping, appetite disorder, feelings of guilt and unworthiness, suicidal thoughts along with the weight gain or loss in thelast 2-3months. All of these symptoms should be present 2-3 weeks dor make diagnosis od Clinical Depression.

What causes Depression?

It can either be genetic, environmental or a stressful event. Whatever be the cause, the end result is a clinical imbalance which we seek to treat. Now we know what causes depression.

How do we treat depression?

It is divided into 2 categories,

Pharmacological - In Pharmacological management, we have medicines through which we can correct the imbalance in the brain. There are many medications available which can help in treating Depression.
Non-Pharmacological- THis involves Psycho-THerapy which is also called as counselling during which a person seeks help and share their troubles.
Some of the other measures which you can take to get rid of Depression are to take adequate sleep, adequate exercise, regular diet.
In extreme cases of Depression, shock therapy may be suggested.
If you like to consult me, you can contact me through Lybrate.

Thank you.

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Addiction To Pornography
Doston! Dr. Shirish Malde, sexologist Mumbai ka ap sab hi ko namashkar.

Hum aksar dekhte hain ke jau technology hai jis tarah se barhti hai humein kia kia naye ayaam dikhati hai.

Ab hum baat ker rahe hain internet ki. Ek zamana tha jab internet buhat bari luxury hua kerti thi aur ajwaqt hai ke internet har sab hi ki pocket mein apke unglion ke sparsh ke oper available hogayahai aur who bhi unlimited data ke sath.tau doston yeh cheezon ka humari niji life per buhat hiasar parhta hai aur khas ker ke hum agar sex life ki baat karen tau data available hone ke sathsath pornography bhi buhat easy available hogae hai. Han! Aur who bhi sab ko apni apni privacy apni niji space mein. Tau iska humare sex life per tau asar parhega hi tau hum dekhenge yeh kistarah se parh raha hai. Aj dekheye pornography viewing mein humara desh Hindustan panchwain number per hai. Aur yeh kafi had tak kafi log iska istemal kerte hain, isko dekhtehain, kuch log kam kuch log ziadadekhte hain aur iski asar tau rahegi hi humari sex life ke operjis tarah se logon ke sawal atey hain iske oper se humne yeh kuch findings bataye hain.particularly humare desh mein pornography itni kyun popular hai? Tau iska sabseimportant ek jawab yeh hai ke humare yahan formal sex education yani jise hum yawn shikshankehte hain uski kami hai. Ab jis cheez ki kami ho, jis cheez ka knowledge na ho, knowledge hotabhi hai tau apne friendon se mila hua tuta phuta knowledge hai aur yeh jau half knowledge haiyeh humein kafi taqleef mein rakh sakta hai. Tau isi wajah se log jau kehte hain na forbiddenfruit is always more tasty waise jis cheez ka partiband hai who cheez humein ziada akarshidkerti hai. Aur isi ko le ker ke yuva verg khas ker ke pornography ke peche kafi samay viyat kerta hai. Ab iska asar hota yun hai ke log isey sex education ka ek zariya samajh bethte hain. Halan ke bilkul aisa nahi hai. Yeh mera spashmat hai pornography hai yeh ek sirf uttay jina nirmand kerneke liye agar dekhi jaye usko sirf casually dekha jaye tab tak thek hai lekin jab ap isko ek limit kebahar jaise ap chale jate hain tau yeh khatre ki ghanti bajata hai apke liye. Khas ker ke us waqtjab ap isey sex education ka zariya samajhte hain. Kyunke pornography mein jau yeh dikhatehain yeh sab hi cheezain qanoonan tor pe mumkin nahi hoti hain khas ker ke child pornography, violent sex, animal sex yeh sari cheezain qanoonan partiband hain aur naytik roopse bhi yeh sari cheezain ghinoni hain. Aksar isey ap education tool samajh ker ke agey barhtehain tau kafi taqleef mein asakte hain. Khas ker ke who yuva jau pornography mein dikhate hain who actors ke jau angupang hain usko dekh ker ke apne ap mein kafi hindbhawana mehsoos kerte hain. Ek parkar ki inferiority complex mehsoos kerte hain jaise ling ka akaar hai ya sambuqka jau samay dikhaya jata hai isko le ker ke logon ke mann mein kafi brahmanain paida hoti hainaur who apne apko inferior samajhne lagte hain aur aise cases kafi manokchikat ke liye atey hain. Waise dekhye jaye tau dekhye yeh ek industry hai jahan per modelling ek vayosaye haiyeh aise models ko choose kerte hain jau is industry ke liye fit hote hain. Tau isko dekh ker kesab hi logon ko apni tulna nahi kerni hai aur khuan ma khuan inferiority complex nahi bananahai. Dusra pornography apko addict banata hai, yeh aisi cheez hai jau apko bar bar dekhne permajboor kerta hai ap isme apna kafi qeemti waqt vastvayat kerte hain aur kafi apki education,job mein kafi pichrey reh sakte hain.apna niji personal life bhi is mein kafi disturbhota hai aur sab se mehtapurne baat hai ke isme forceful sex dikhate hain, violent sex dikhatehain yeh kafi had tak samaj mein yeh forceful sex ko uttayjit bhi kerta hai tau humein isko bilkulhi education tool ke hisab se nahi lena hai. Aur jaise hi yeh pornography ka humein addictionbhi nahi rakhna hai uske badley humein apne apko ziada se ziada productive work mein involvekarye. Internet available hai tau isey ap achi jankari prapt karye, kafi achi jankari apko mil sakti hai aur na ke pornography dekh ker kea p yeh sab ghalat fehmiyan nikalen. Doston! Mera apsenumra amurad rahega keh pornography kea p balli nahi banye, usko excitement ke roop se apdekh ker ke lightly lijeye aur uska anand utha sakte hain baqi usko academic tool mat banayega.

Ap is barey mein aur kuch jankari janna chahte hain ya appointment fix kerna chahte hain tauap Lybrate yeh app ke zariye contact ker sakte hain. Dhanewaad!
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Low Sex Drive
Hello everyone,

I am Dr. Vikas Deshmukh consultant psychiatrist and sexologist, I am working in Manovikas Clinic at Vashi, Navi Mumbai, Sector 17.

Friends aaj hum log baat karne wale hain aphrodisiac ke baare mein, toh aphrodisiac any sexual desire badane wali medicine ya davaiyan, ya foods unko aphrodisiac bolte hain. Generally hazaro saalon se bahut sara khana food, beverages, peene ki bahut pai ya jaise bolte hain woh log, herbs, medicine, ayurvedic dawaiya saree cheezo ko kafi acche log use karte hain aphrodisiac bolke yani sexual power badane wala bol ke. But kya in sab cheezo ka scientific evidence hai agar scientifically dekha jaye toh isme se bahut hai kam almost na ke barabar hi medicines or khane food ka, beverages ka scientific reason hai. Isme se kuch kuch davaiyan, kuch kuch herbs toh nuksan bhi karti hai, aur wo kafi mehngi bhi hoti hai lekin phir bhi blindly sab log woh lete jaate hain. Toh bahut sare examples oyster, banana, dates even aapka watermelon, vanilla, chocolate even toh kuch kuch cultures mei toh giraffe tongue, penis tiger ye funny cheeze bhi aphrodisiac bol ke use ki jati hai. Lekin inter scientific evidence nahi hai, isme se kuch cheeze feel good serotonin level badati hain aur serotonin level brain mein badne ki wajah se feel good effect aata hai, aur woh feel good effect ki wajah se aapke sexual desire kabhi kabhi badte hai, aapka interest badta hai toh uski wajah se aapka desire bade aisa lag sakta hai. Dusra, kuch kuch patients bolte hain ki nahi sir kuch kuch divaiyan bahut acche se kaam karti hain, toh uska ek reason hai koi bhi cheez agar mehengi dawa hai ya koi bhi ek accha doctor hai jiske upar aap pura belief karke aap koi cheez kharidte ho aur khate ho aur purey belief ke saath khate ho, toh ek placebo effect hota hai, placebo matlab aapka man n, aapka psyche, aapka body, us hisab se kaam karta hai acche effect ke liye aur us tarike se bhi kuch effect dikhta hai usko bolte hain placebo effect aur yeh ek scientific phenomena hai. So friends phir aap log bologe ki sabse accha product ya sabse accha sexual power badane wali cheeze ya kya kar sakte hain apne body ke liye ki hamara sexual power achha rahe, mere khayal se sabse acchey aphrodisiac hai aapka well rested body, relax state of mind thik hai, conductive monument activity jahan par koi dar nahi hai aapko aaram see aap sex kar pao, love for your partner, sexual attraction for your partner these are the best aphrodisiac. Second, most important aphrodisiac in your body is your health, agar aap physically health hain diabetes nahi hai, hypertension nahi hai, koi cardiac disease nahi hai toh aap ki sexual health acchi ho jaegi, agar aap mentally ill nahi hai no anxiety, no depression, mind relax hai toh aapka sexual desire badega so that is the best aphrodisiac. Bahut sarey patients bolte hain ki phir khana kya chahiye kya khaye hum, jo bhi cheez jo aapke heart ke liye, body ke liye healthy hai wo aapke penis ke liye aapke sexual activity ke liye healthy hai. Toh dates, banana yeh sari cheeze aapki body ke liye healthy hain toh aapki sexual activity ke liye bhi utni hi healthy hai, toh iska matlab ye nahi hai ki alag se sexual desire badati hai. Koi bhi ad dekhte ho bus stand pe, local mein, newspaper mein ki yeh medicine, ye dawai aisi hai jo sexual power badati hai yeh bahut mehngi hai aisa hai, toh kisi bhi ad ke upar believe na kare kyonki inn sabka koi bhi scientific evidence nahi hai. K oi bhi cheez scientific evidence ke hisab se dekhna chahiye toh bahut jyada in cheezon ke upar paise, time apna kharch na kare.

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Penis enlargement k liye pehla home remedy jo hai wo triphala powder hai. Ek chammach aap triphala powder lijiye aur ek chammach honey lijiye, isko mix kijiye acche se aur ye early morning lijiye to isse aapko penis enlargement mein bohot labh hoga.

Dusra home remedy jo hai penis enlargement k liye usme aap aadha walnut lijiye aur half teaspoon honey lijiye, acche se mix kijiye aur khaane k aadhe ghante baad aap wo lijiye. To ye ek mahine tak aap lijiye to aap ko bohot hi accha result mil jayega.

Teesra jo home remedy hai penis enlargment kliye isme aap half tea spoon ginger powder lijiye aur one part of honey le sakte hai, yani aadha chammach ginger powder aur ek chammach honey lijiye aur ise mix kar k early morning lijiye. Isse bhi aap ko ohot hi accha result milega. Ye daily basis pe aap kar sakte hai aur din mein aap ye 3 time bhi le sakte hai. 3 time lene se aap ko bohot hi accha result milega.

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