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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.

More About Sex Education :

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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Infertility - How Does Stress Trigger It?

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology & Fellowship In Fertility ( IVf Specialist ), Dnb - Obstetrics & Gynaecology, MRCOG - Part 1, PGDMLS
Gynaecologist, Thane
Infertility - How Does Stress Trigger It?

In today’s modern era, fast paced society, it is very very common for people to become stressed. In fact, one would almost think that if you aren’t stressed out, there is something wrong with you! Realistically its not a good thing for our bodies in general, and has a major impact on your fertility potential. One may or may not realize the stress factor.

How can Stress affect your Fertility?

Research tells us that stress boosts levels of stress related hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol, which can inhibit the release of the body’s main reproductive hormone, GnRH (gonadotropin releasing hormone), which is responsible for the release of sex hormones. Subsequently this may suppress ovulation in women, reduce sperm count in men and lower libido in both women and men. Adrenaline,which is a stress relieving hormone and gives your body the rush to face the stress. This hormone alters progesterone levels, which is essential for fertility. Caffeine reduces Prolactin hormone levels, which interferes with ovulation and fertilization. Hence its essential that your stress & anxiety levels are under control.

Chronic Stress also decreases libido:

Chronic stress may cause lack of libido as well as a decrease in general fertility. This has become so common that ,it has been specially termed as 'Stress Induced Reproductive Dysfunction'. Every couple should try to work towards reducing stress levels at work place and home, while going for fertility treatment.

Ways to reduce stress & improve fertility:

If you are having difficulty to conceive, it's imperative that you evaluate your lifestyle and look for the stress factors. Remember defeating the stress may be the solution to your worries.

  1. Reduce stress : The issues in your life may be work or relationship related. You need to learn to balance your personal and professional life. The sooner you do it the better; after all you are preparing yourself to welcome a new born in your life.

  2. Change your reactions: Get a hang of the situation and react accordingly. Over reaction to a situation can harm your body and mind. Stop bothering about every small thing in life.

  3. Let few things be the way they are: Stop getting bothered about people who matter the least in life. Remember, most of the things will fall in place. Let few things be the way they are.

  4. Make it your habit to reduce stress: Call it an obsession or a practice, train your mind to choose practical and possible solutions which will be less stressfull..

  5. Sleep well: Sufficient rest is essential for a healthy mind and body. Meditation or yoga or counseling can work wonders.

Please note that if your fertility reports are normal, then it's just a matter of time. Be calm and composed so that you are able to face the rough waters clearly with your partner. Finally, follow advice of your Fertility Specialists with sincerity & determination.

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Social Stigma & Sex - Impact On Mental Health!

M.Phil - Clinical Psychology, Bsc - Psychology, Msc - Applied Psychology
Psychologist, Delhi
Social Stigma & Sex - Impact On Mental Health!

We consider ourselves to be ‘modern and ‘open’ in our perspectives, thoughts and beliefs, but still, there are lots of issues that prevail in our society which people are not comfortable to talk about or afraid to discuss those issues openly with others. Issues related to sex, sexual desires, sexual orientations, sexual preferences are among those issues which are not easily discussed in our society.

Sex is the most basic of acts for human beings. It's an instinct we all are born with. Though people around the world remain hung over sex's moral and political implications, we all can come to at least one consensus that it is why we are alive today and our future generations will always depend on it in the first place.

A child, in his or her growing years, especially during adolescence, develops lots of curiosity related to sexual desires. The reason for it is also biological, as a child in this stage goes through various physical and hormonal changes and they start sensing these desires from inside. But when they try to express their queries, feelings or desires, our stigmatized society pulls them back. Gradually they develop a belief system that ‘sex' is something forbidden and not to be discussed openly.

Eventually, when they grow up and the time comes when they are supposed to address their own sexual needs, desires or impulses, they face challenges because of this inculcated belief systems.

These issues can lead to, if not addressed properly, various psychological distress in people like anxiety, depression and various sexual disorders.

Here, would like to mention some of the sexual disorders found among young population, like;

  • Sexual Arousal Disorder: In this condition, both men and women can develop an aversion to and/or avoidance of sexual contact with their partner. Lack of sexual excitement and pleasure in sexual activity.

  • Sexual Desire Disorder: Lack or absence for some period of time of sexual desire or libido for sexual activity or of sexual fantasies.

  • Erectile Dysfunction: Inability to develop or maintain an erection of the penis.

  • Premature Ejaculation: In this condition, ejaculation occurs before the partner achieves orgasm. Men, in this condition, generally expresses that they have less or no control over ejaculation. The opposite condition to this is Delayed Ejaculation, where there is an inability for or persistent difficulty in achieving orgasm, despite sexual desire and sexual stimulation.

  • Orgasm Disorder: This condition is commonly found in women, characterized by persistent delays or absence of orgasm.

  • Sexual Pain Disorder: It is also commonly found among women and also known as Dyspareunia (painful intercourse) and Vaginismus (an involuntary spasm of the muscles of the vaginal wall causing difficulty in intercourse).

The cause behind these conditions can be sometimes physiological, but it has been seen that in most of the cases, there are some or other underlying psychological factors leading to those conditions.

Young adults, even in this era, find it difficult to talk about their sexual orientations, sexual preferences, their first intercourse, difficulty with sexual desires, difficulties or queries related masturbation or problem in ejaculation or any other sexual dysfunctionalities. One reason for this hesitation may be a ‘fear of rejection' that young adults face due to the inflexible social norms.

Many sexual issues that an individual face maybe because of some physical problems or a change in one's life circumstances. Causes of many sexual problems or disorders are also not well-known or understood. Treatments are available like medications or psychotherapeutic interventions, but to seek those help people should accept and open up with their concerns.

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Sex During Pregnancy - Visit A Sexologist And Know All!

DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Sex During Pregnancy - Visit A Sexologist And Know All!

Sexology, by definition, refers to a scientific study of human sexuality to include sexual functions, interests, and behaviors. A clinical sexologist deals with the treatment of sexual and relationship issues. It covers all aspects to include biological, psychological, sociological, and historical information. A sexologist is more commonly known as a sex therapist. With sex life slowing down with pregnancy, there are many questions that people have. Read on to know some of these and their brief answers.

Is it safe to have sex during pregnancy?
– A healthy sex life through pregnancy is encouraged, to keep the relationship healthy and happy. In many cases, not having an active sex life can be a cause of rifts.

We were not aware about the pregnancy, so we continued with normal sex life, is that okay?
– It is perfectly okay, as sex is considered safe throughout pregnancy until the water breaks. Of course, the physical comfort of the woman should be taken into account, else there is no harm to an active sex life. With increased levels of estrogens and progesterone in the blood, the woman wants to have more sex but is often scared.

What positions are better during pregnancy?
- Any position which does not add pressure on the belly. Spooning, woman on top, and other positions which the couple finds comfortable can be used without any harm.

Till what stage of pregnancy can we have sex?
- From a medical point of view, sex is allowed until the water breaks. However, the physical comfort of the woman should be taken into account. Not adding pressure on the belly is advisable.

Do uterine or gynecologic problems would mean a complete no-no to sex?
- If you have a normal pregnancy, then there are no medical limitations to an active sex life. However, if the pregnancy has complications, then you should be extra-cautious. For instance, a placenta previa where the placenta has slid down. Secondly, cervical insufficiency, expected premature labor, abdominal pains, dilated cervix, unexplained vaginal bleeding, and ruptured waters are conditions where sex is absolutely not allowed. There could also be where the male is having urinary infections.

What are some things to keep in mind when it comes to sex during pregnancy?
- It is completely normal to feel a strong urge to have sex during pregnancy. The increased hormone levels are responsible for this. In addition, some vaginal bleeding is also normal with sex. There is no harm to the baby with sex, which is fully protected in the womb. Be frank to discuss any concerns with your doctor and get your doubts clarified.
 

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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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Popular Questions & Answers

Hi Recently, I had sex with prostitute with first time in life. But thats was protected sex. That time I touched upper surface of condom. After 15 min of travelling by bus I reached to home. And I washed my face with facewash. That time my pimple popup and slight blood has came may be hiv virus on my hand may touch to my slight blood came while washing with facewash. will get hiv? Or hiv infection?

Doctor of Medicine, Diploma in Family Medicine, KING GEORGE'S MEDICAL UNIVERSITY.LUCKNOW
HIV Specialist, Ghaziabad
Hello. I will say the same as one Dr. replied to your query. Nothing to worry. Relax.just to add- hiv does not get transmitted this way.
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Hello, I started masturbation since may 2013 and I still doing it. I strongly decided to stop in 2014 and not happened after then I stopped 2or 3 months in 2015 and then again I started doing masturbation regularly then after I decided to stop on 2016 31st but nothing changed. I started again and in 2018 january I wanted to stop doing masturbation but not really happened in 2019 I really want to stop but never happened after that while doing masturbation it suddenly swollen one of my balls after seeing I come to know it's going to danger for my sex life, and then went to hospital and doc scanned and it's swollen and the nerve is increased in it's small size (nerve connect to testicle and upper part of urethra) and I took medicine for 40 days and stopped then after again gap of 40 days, my penis is in not my control it's slightly increased in width and I felt it's involuntarily and at night involuntarily my hands took my penis and did masturbation. And then I started doing it regularly. 1.suggest me whether is it serious to sperm count (but I did blood test it says sperm count is normal)? 2.explain how to decrease one of testis increased size (with out medicine) via useful exercise and via fruits and diet.(what to take & when) 3. Is it has effect in my sex life with my partner in erections, sperm count, penis pain or testis pain while doing penis into vagina and doing hard sex.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Masturbation does not lead to any problem. For size of testis- most of the medical problems need personally taking detailed medical history and examination with the need for reports sometimes so meet concerned doctor- urogenital surgeon.

Had unprotected anal sex with a small. After 5 months I took hiv combs test and negative. Shall I take elisa or tridot whether to confirm for second time.

MD - Obstetrtics & Gynaecology, FCPS, DGO, Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning (DFFP)
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Hiv-4th generation test which tests both antibodies and p24 antigen. After 4 months of exposure if negative is reasonably reliable.

Table of Content

What is Sex Education?

How Sex Education Started :

More About Sex Education :

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Relationship Issues
Hi,

I am Dr. (Prof) R K Suri, Psychologist, Today I will discuss about relationship issues. In my career I have found that challenges in the relationships are increasing. Relationship me hum baat krte hain closeness, communication & commitment. Relationship me kayi issues aate hain like sexual health related problems. Aise problems less or over communication ka problem create krte hain. Break up dekha jata hai. Emotional infidelity is increasing. Mera personal experience hai ki love marriages me challenges jyada hain. Partners me anxiety badh jati hai. Depression me rehna lag jate hain. Aaj ke time me logon me awareness aa rhi hai. Counseling ka success rate hai above 80% and unka relationship thik ho jata hai. And they are very happy.

Kuch cases me mene ye bhi dekha hai ki relationship issues family ki involvement hone se bhi hote hain. Kayi cases me females obsess ho jati hai ki unka husband kisi or relationship me kisi or ke sath ja rha hai. Uske lia evidence bhi hote the. Iske lia me dynamic interpersonal therapy deta hun. Kayi baar mene infidelity bhi dekhi hai relationships me but vo bhi hum counseling se thik kr dete hain. And aaj ki date me is treatment se couples khush reh rhen hain. Along with depression, he was also having the obsessive thoughts. Hum cognitive behaviour therapy se treatment dete hain. This whole process has also helped my in my own growth too.

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Female Sexual Health
Hello!

I am Dr. Vandana Gupta, senior obstetrician and gynaecologist. I want to let my friends, my patients know that we can save our uterus until the very end. The rising rate of uterus removal is because of our lifestyle disorders and these lifestyle disorders have their initiation when we are very young. So a girl who is 12-14 years old when she is starting her periods, if she has any ovarian disorders which lead to disorders of your periods, they have to be taken care of right then and there. So we can have a healthy uterus when the lady turns 40. The number of pregnancies a lady carries that includes all her abortions as well. That is what determines her gravity, that is the number of children or the number of pregnancies is the uterus has carried. Suppose the lady has three children and she had three abortions, the uterus counts them as 6 pregnancies.

So when the diseases of the uterus come when you are 40+, they will come according to 6 pregnancies. So you have to take care that you are healthy right from the very beginning and once the diseases of the uterus have come don't pass it on as a passing phase. From 40 to 50 anytime the lady can have menopause. This is the time we call as peri-menopausal time. This is the time when the problems of hormonal disorders pickup and they aggravate her problem. These are the problems if taken care of in very early stage, I can assure you that 80% of the cases we can save the uterus; provided we examine the lady and we investigate her and initiate the right treatment at the right time.

We can save her uterus so that she does not have to get her uterus removed for excessive bleeding or maybe small fibroids also. The moment the lady achieve her menopause these diseases subdue as the hormonal trigger has gone up. We just have to abide by the time that the lady crosses her 50 years of age and she has taken care of these disorders naturally and thus we save her uterus. At times the lady keeps on bleeding beyond 50 years of age. That is also not considered to be healthy. She has to be seen by her gynecologist if she is having even her normal period beyond 50 years of age because then she becomes a very high case of someone suffering uterine diseases and maybe even cancer in uterus and she might have to take her uterus out before cancer develops in her.

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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.

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Sexual Related Problems In Teenage
Hello everyone,

I am Dr. Yogesh Tondon. Today I will tell you the reason that why teenagers are falling ill due to sexual problem. Pehle hmare pass patient 30-40 age group ke aate the. But ab hmare pas early 20 ke patients kafi jyada aa rhen hain. Ye ek shocking bat hai. Jaise jaise hmari age hoti hai hmare testosterone level decrease hone lag jate hain. 35 ki age me 10% in hormones ka level gir jata hai. Is age me kafi stress rehta hai jiski vjha se cortisol hormone activate ho jata hai.

Par early age me sexual problem aana is a problem. Iska main cause poor lifestyle hai. High junk food consumption hai and meal proper nhi hai. Late sona and late uthna, koi physical activity na krna. Smoking and drinking krna and drugs lena which impacts their testosterone level. Iske alwa dusra cause hai stress. Studies ka padhne and career ka stress. Stress youngsters ko depression me lata hai. Iske symptoms hain fatigue, loss of libido, irritation, sleep disorder, lack of confidence and concentration.

Isko overcome krne ke lia hume bachon ko jyada pressure nhi dena chaiye. Unka lifestyle acha krna chaiye. Regular exercise and healthy diet bhut important hai. Yoga apni lfestyle ka ek part bnayein. Avoid alcohol, smoking and drugs. If you face any problem, consult a doctor. Meri baki videos me bhi aap diet and exercise ke bare me dekh skte hain. Aap mujhse Lybrate ke through contact kar skte hain or aap mujhe mere Tandon's Clinic, Pitampura me bhi mil skte hain.

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Infertility
Namaskar!

Main Dr. Jayshree Pathak. Aaj me apko apki common queries ka answer krungi. Sabse pehle me apko infertility ke bare me btaungi. Infertile vo couple hai jo 1 saal tak regular intercourse krne ke baad bhi conceive nhi kar pate. Iske lia aap doctor se milen or unka suggestion len. Isk dusra reason hai late marriages. Ek lady ki body me kafi changes hote hain jis se fertility decrease hoti hai. Infertility aaj ke time me bhut common hai. Unhealthy lifestyle iska major cause hai. Hmara sedentary lifestyle, pollution, unhealthy diet, weight gain iske cause hain. Stress bhi iska ek cause hai. Agar aap janna chahte hain ki aap infertile hain ki nhi to doctor ke pas visit kren qui vo husband and wife dono ka kuch test krenge.

Husband ka semen analyse kia jata hai. Isse pta chalta hai ki sperm quality kya hai. Agar koi proble ata hai analysis me to husband ka blood test, ultrasound bhi kia jata hai. Testicular biopsy kia jata hai. Woman ka bhi test kia jata hai jaise egg formation kya hai, transvaginal ultrasound kia jata hai jisme lady ka womb bhi dekha jata hai. Cyst and fibroid check kia jata hai. Basic blood test bhi kia jata jaise thyroid and prolactin. Apko laparscopy bhi suggest kia jata hai. Laparoscopy 2 types ki hoti hai. Diagnostic and operative. Laparoscopy se diagnose kia jata hai ki problem kya hai. and uske baad operate kia jata hai. Agar cyst hai to use nikal dete hain.

Tube ko kholne ki koshish krte hain. Agar unexplained infertility hai jisme miscarriage ho rha hai ya fir womb me kuch problem hai to hum hysteroscopy krte hain. Is se hum ye bhi dekhte hain ki septum or tuberculosis spot to nhi hai, jinhe correct kia ja skta hai. Iska treatment diagnosis pe depend krta hai or dekha jata hai ki kya apko sirf counseling ki hrurat hai ya medicines ki. Isko ovulation induction time intercourse. Next technique hai IUI jisme sperm wash kr k garbh me daala jata hai.

Agar ye bhi successful na ho to doctor apko IVF suggest krta hai. Isme ICSi and IMSI procedures available hain. 30% couple ki infertility unexplained hai. Aise patients me IUI kafi successful hai. Iska treatment bhut jruri hai. Baki suggestion yhi hai ki aap shi time pe doctor se suggestion len. Apko and apki family ko stress nhi lena hai. Apko doctor se suggestion lena hai and shi decision lena hai khud ke lia. Siddhi Uro and Gynae Care me hmara objective hai ki hum apko shi salah den or fir aap decide kren ki apko kya krna hai or kya treatment lena hai.

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