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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is an orgasm?

An Orgasm represents the zenith of human experiences. Orgasm is derived from the Greek word “Orgaos” which means to small with lust. Orgasm is defined as an explosive, cerebrally encoded, neuromuscular response which occurs at the peak of sexual arousal by psycho biological stimuli.

2. Do women ejaculate?

Some women do report spuirting of fluid at the time of orgasm but this is rare. This can be called as female ejaculation which is controversial.

3. What is Phimosis?

The inability to retract the foreskin due to adhesions between the foreskin and the glans penis is called as Phimosis. It may lead to pain, frenulum tear or Paraphimosis during intercourse and also predisposes the individual to recurrent infections which can be prevented by good local hygiene.

4. Is it a fact that a woman must bleed at the first attempt of sexual intercourse?

No, such bleeding usually occurs due to the rupture of hymen in virgins. However, the hymen may be absent from birth or might rupture while playing games, cycling or doing exercise etc. Hence, a woman may not bleed during the first sexual intercourse even though if she is a virgin.

5. Which is the best contraceptive?

Condom is the best contraceptive, easy to use, economical, safe, and also protects from STDs.

6. Do the curvature, length and girth of penis/ phallus disturb one’s sexual life ?

Yes, it can have negative effect on your sexual life if it is not in the right spectrum.

7. What is Dhatu Srava ?

When a man exerts pressure during defecation, pressure before urination or after urination, a few drops of urethral fluid trickles down as a sticky discharge is called as ‘Dhatu Srava’ or in medical terminology it is known as Spermatorrhea. It needs treatment to be cured.

8. What is loss of libido and is it treatable?

The condition where one can have sex but doesn’t feel the urge to have sex. Male or female anyone can suffer with this, but the good thing is that it is a treatable condition and the person can enjoy his or her sexual life after the treatment.

9. What is premature ejaculation?

Ejaculation during the early stages of sexual excitement or soon after the insertion of the penis/ phallus into the vagina is known as Premature Ejaculation.

10. Is Premature Ejaculation a treatable disease ?

Yes, premature ejaculation is a treatable condition and the man who is suffering from this can enjoy a good sex life after the treatment. It affects about one half of male population.

11. What is masturbation?

Stimulating one’s penis or vagina with his/her hands, fingers or any other way is called as Masturbation.

12. What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile Dysfunction is one of the most common sexual disorder effecting men. This distressing condition can destroy man’s ego and threaten happy relationships. Erectile Dysfunction is a condition in which person have difficulty in getting or maintaining an erection. It affects about half of all male population.

13. Is Erectile Dysfunction a treatable disease ?

Yes, it is a treatable disease.

14. Who is likely to suffer from Erectile Dysfunction and Premature ejaculation?

Chances of developing these conditions increase with age. Studies have shown that approximately 50% of all men above the age of 30 years experience some problem with erection and Premature ejaculation. Apart from increasing age, following life style factors such as excessive stress, smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, drug addiction etc. also increases the risk of Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation. Apart from the above mentioned lifestyle factors certain medical diseases can also lead to difficulty with erection. The medical conditions which lead to these diseases are Diabetes, high Cholestrol, Mental disorders e.g., Depression, Injury to spine, Kidney diseases, Hypertension, certain medication and surgery of prostate can also lead to difficulty with erection and Premature ejaculation. Many commonly used medications may bring about Erectile Dysfunction and Premature ejaculation as an unwanted effect. These include some drugs in the following categories- High blood pressure, Anti depressant, Diuretics, certain drugs used to treat Cancer.

15. How long does it take for a disease to treat?

It depends upon the chronicity and severity of the disease, more severe the disease more will it take time to cure. So, if you have any difficulty with your sexual life then feel free to talk to us or visit us at Anand Clinic & Research Centre for the advanced and latest technique to diagnose and treat disease at the earliest.

16. Does Masturbation have any negative/bad effect on sexual life ?

Yes, frequent Masturbation have negative effect on sexual life.