Talking with your doctor about your sexual health is important for several reasons. Open and honest communication with your healthcare provider can lead to better overall health and wellness.
Here are some key reasons why it’s important to discuss your sexual health with your doctor:
Sexual health is not just about physical well-being; It also includes emotional and mental aspects. Discussing any worries, concerns, or emotional challenges related to your sexual health can help your doctor understand your overall well-being and provide appropriate support or referrals, if necessary.
Managing chronic conditions
If you have a chronic health problem or are taking medications, your sexual health may get affected. Discussing these matters openly with your doctor allows him to design treatments and medications to minimize any negative effects on your sexual health.
Accurate diagnosis and treatment
Sexual health issues can be complex and varied. By discussing your sexual health with your doctor, you increase your chances of getting an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment for any concerns you may have. Some sexual health issues, such as sexually transmitted infections (STIs), may require specific testing and treatment that only an expert doctor can provide.
Reproductive health and family planning
If you are sexually active and considering starting a family or preventing pregnancy, it is essential to discuss your reproductive health with your doctor. They can provide information about fertility, contraceptive options, and pre-conception care to people planning to have children.
Practice safe sex
Your doctor can provide guidance on how to practice safe sex and reduce the risk of getting or spreading an infection. This is especially important for teenagers and young adults who may be new to sexual experiences.
Sexologist doctors deal with all types of male and female sexual dysfunction and are bound by patient confidentiality. Your discussion about sexual health should be non-judgmental.
Why should Google search be avoided for health problems?
While Google search can be a valuable tool for finding general information on various topics, including health-related ones, it is not a substitute for professional medical advice. There are several reasons why relying solely on Google search for health problems can be problematic:
Lack of context
Google search results are based on algorithms and may not take into account your unique medical history, symptoms, or individual circumstances. Medical conditions can be complex and vary from person to person, so the information you find through a search may not be applicable or accurate for your specific situation.
Anxiety and “cyberchondria”
Searching for health problems online can sometimes lead to unnecessary anxiety and “cyberchondria” (the unfounded escalation of concerns about common symptoms). People might end up self-diagnosing with serious conditions when their symptoms could be due to a more benign issue.
Delay in seeking professional help
Relying on a Google search for health concerns may lead to a delay in seeking proper medical attention. Some conditions require prompt diagnosis and treatment, and waiting too long can worsen the situation.
Lack of personalized advice
A search engine cannot replace face-to-face consultation with a qualified healthcare professional who can provide personalized advice, perform physical examinations, and order appropriate tests if needed.
Google search results might differ based on your location due to various legal restrictions in different countries. This can lead to variations in the information you access, which might not be relevant or up-to-date for your location.
Health privacy concerns
Health-related searches can be tracked and may lead to targeted advertising or data mining, compromising your privacy.
Instead of relying solely on Google search, it’s essential to consult a healthcare professional for any health concerns you may have. A qualified doctor or other healthcare provider can offer proper diagnosis and treatment, and guide you through your specific health needs.
How to consult doctor online?
Online consultations usually involve video calls, phone calls or using messaging platforms to communicate with the doctor.
You can get medical advice and treatment for all types of male and female sexual problems and sexually transmitted diseases.
Our doctor can help determine the underlying cause and recommend appropriate treatment options, which may include medication, therapy, lifestyle changes, or a combination of approaches.
During online consultations, individuals can discuss their symptoms and medical concerns, or seek advice on sexual health issues. The doctor may ask questions to gather relevant information about the person’s condition and medical history.
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Male sexual problems can include a variety of issues that may affect a man’s ability to engage in sexual activity or experience sexual satisfaction. Here are some common male sexual problems:
Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
Also known as impotence, ED is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. It can have physical causes such as underlying health conditions, hormonal imbalances, or psychological factors.
Premature ejaculation (PE)
PE refers to ejaculation that occurs before or shortly after penetration, often before the man’s wishes. This can be due to psychological factors, relationship issues, or physical sensitivity.
This is a condition where a man has difficulty achieving ejaculation, or ejaculation is delayed significantly, making it difficult to complete sexual activity. There can be psychological or physical reasons for this.
Also known as low sex drive, this refers to a lack of sexual desire or interest in engaging in sexual activities. It can be influenced by physical factors such as hormonal imbalance or psychological factors such as stress or relationship problems.
This is a psychological condition where a man experiences fear or anxiety about his sexual performance, leading to difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection, premature ejaculation, or other sexual problems.
It is important to note that both physical and psychological factors can contribute to many male sexual problems. If you are facing any of these problems, it is advisable to consult our doctor who is an expert in sexual health.
Female sexual problems refer to a wide range of difficulties or concerns that may affect a woman’s ability to experience sexual satisfaction or engage in satisfactory sexual activity. These problems can have many causes, including physical, psychological, and interpersonal factors. Here are some common types of female sexual problems:
Low sexual desire (hypoactive sexual desire disorder)
This refers to a persistent or recurring lack of interest in or desire for sexual activity. It can be affected by hormonal changes, relationship issues, stress, or certain medical conditions.
Female sexual arousal disorder
This involves difficulties in becoming sexually aroused or maintaining arousal during sexual activity. This can result in insufficient lubrication, decreased genital sensation, and difficulty reaching orgasm.
Some women may have difficulty reaching orgasm, a condition called anorgasmia, even when they are sexually aroused and engaged in sexual activity. It can be primary (lifelong) or secondary (acquired).
Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)
This refers to persistent or recurring pain experienced before, during, or after intercourse. This can be due to various factors such as vaginal dryness, infection, endometriosis, pelvic floor muscle problems, or emotional factors.
This is characterised by involuntary contraction of the muscles around the outer third of the vagina, making penetration painful or impossible. It is often associated with anxiety or fear of pain during intercourse.
Sexual aversion disorder
This is an extreme and persistent fear, aversion, or avoidance of sexual contact or activities. It may be related to traumatic experiences, negative beliefs about sex, or psychological factors.
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), also known as sexually transmitted infections (STIs), are infections that are spread primarily through sexual contact, including vaginal, anal, or oral sex. These infections can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or parasites. Here are some common sexually transmitted diseases:
This is one of the most common bacterial STIs caused by the bacterium Chlamydia trachomatis. It can easily spread during vaginal, anal, or oral sex. If left untreated, it can lead to serious health complications, especially in women.
Gonorrhoea caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae can be spread through sexual contact with an infected person. It mainly affects the genital area, but can also infect the rectum, throat, and eyes. If it is not treated it can cause serious health problems.
Syphilis, caused by the bacterium Treponema pallidum, can be spread through sexual contact, which includes vaginal, anal, or oral sex. It progresses in stages and if left untreated, it can cause a variety of symptoms, affecting different parts of the body.
It is important to practice safe sex by using condoms consistently and correctly, getting tested regularly, and discussing sexual health with your partner and healthcare provider. If you suspect you have an STI, it is important to seek medical attention for diagnosis and treatment and to prevent further transmission.
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Erectile dysfunction is very common… 52% of men aged 30 to 65 have some degree of erectile dysfunction… It can affect men of all ages.
Premature ejaculation is very common. Recent studies show that three out of ten sexually active men are affected by this problem.
Our doctor’s goal is to achieve a long-term effect that focuses on a curative approach through short-term treatments that address the condition rather than treating the symptoms with lifelong use of medication.