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* What is Dhat Syndrome?
When a man exerts pressure during defecation, a few drops of urethral fluid trickle down is called Dhat. This is NOT semen, if you have any doubt will consult doctor any diagnose your urine and other diagnose doctor have give u proper guidance.

* What is Night Fall (Nocturnal Emission)?
It is the discharge of semen from the penis while the man is asleep. Semen is being manufactured continuously and cannot be stored indefinitely even if one wants to. If a man does not indulge in coitus or masturbation then semen will be expelled as sleep emissions. 2 to  5 in a month is normal if night fall is excessive eg regular or 15 time in month You need to consult a doctor.

* Do I need to visit personally for the consultation?
Any one visit here in consultation hours and we are providing also online consultation facility, so if you don’t want to/can’t come personally due to any reason then you can have the online consultation.

* Whats is guidance in Male Infertility condition?
In the male infertility cases 1st we diagnose what is cause of this and in herbal and Ayurveda so many medicine are available.

* What is Premature Ejaculation?
Ejaculation during the early stages is called Premature Ejaculation.
Is Premature Ejaculation treatable condition?
! Premature Ejaculation is a curable problem ,PE maximum condition are psychological but this clear after diagnose and same lab. testes available then we are guidance u properly.

* What is Masturbation?
Stimulating your self with your hands, or any other way is called masturbation.

Is masturbation bad?
If one masturbates to satisfy his/her desire then nothing is bad in to it, but, if one masturbates to satisfy the urge of masturbation then, in that case it will be like an addiction to masturbation and addiction is never good in any case.

* What should be the Penis Size? 
The female organ length is about 6″. The outer 2″ is most sensitive, the inner 4″ being insensitive. To arouse a female one needs to stimulate only the outer lips and the outer 2″ , for female satisfaction the size 2″ or more.

* What is erectile dysfunction (ED) ?
Erectile dysfunction is one of the most common male disorder effecting men. This distressing condition can destroy a man’s ego and threaten happy relationships. Erectile dysfunction is nothing but a condition, wherein a person has difficulty getting and /or keeping an erection. It affects about half of all men aged 35 to 60 years.

* Who is likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction?
Chances of developing this condition increases with age. Studies have shown that approximately 40% of all men above the age of 40 years experience some problem with erection. Apart from increasing age, following lifestyle factor also increase the risk of ED. Excessive stress, Smoking, Excessive alcohol consumption, Drug addiction Apart from above mentioned lifestyle factors certain medical diseases can also lead to difficulty with erection. The medical conditions which can lead to this problem are: Diabetes, High Cholesterol, Mental Disorders e.g. Depression, Injury to spine, Kidney diseases, Hypertension In addition, certain medication & surgery of prostate can also lead to difficulty with erection. Medications causing erectile dysfunction. Many commonly used medications may bring about erectile dysfunction as an unwanted effect. These include some drugs in the following categories: High blood pressure medications, Anti-depressants, Diuretics, Certain drugs used to treat cancer If you suspect that your erection problem is a result of a medication you have been prescribed, DO NOT STOP TAKING THE MEDICATION WITHOUT CONSULTING YOUR DOCTOR. Your doctor may prescribe an alternative medication which may be less likely to interfere with erection.

* Is erectile dysfunction treatable?
If you think you have any difficulty with your sex life talk to a qualified DOCTOR. Remember there is nothing to be embarrassed about. Today, many different options are available for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Consult DOCTOR to know more about these options.

* What is Syphilis?
Syphilis is a contagious and nasty disease . It is the result of prostitution or intercourse with the woman suffering from Syphilis . In the beginning a small pimple appears on the cap of the penis often with not much pain . There is some irritation on the penis . The patient feels pleasure in scrubbing it . Gradually the pimple increases in size and many other pimples appear on the penis which later take shape of a pain full wound . The disease tormenting when germs of the disease enter the blood stream .. The patient need not get panicky . He must consult with expert and diagnose as early as possible .

* What is Gonorrhea?
A nasty disease – this disease is the result of prostitution or intercourse with the woman who may be in her periods . It causes wound inside the genitals and pain during discharge of urine . In case the disease remains untreated , puss is formed inside the genital which gets swelled . It must be treated immediately because the off-springs may also suffer from it , if untreated. The patient need not loose his heart he should consult a expert and diagnose.

* What causes sex problems? 
There are many different reasons why someone may develop sex problems, but generally it tends to be due to a combination of physical, emotional, psychological and situational factors.
Physical factors – Disabilities and illnesses such as diabetes, heart disease, alcoholism and drug abuse can contribute to sexual dysfunction. Individuals who have experienced major surgery, pregnancy and the menopause are also more likely to develop sex problems.

Psychological – Anxiety, depression and other mental health issues can have a negative impact on sexual responses.
Emotional – Unresolved grief, betrayal, unhappiness in a relationship, and low self-esteem can take a toll on how people feel sexually. For example, if someone has experienced trauma such as sexual abuse, they may feel unable to fully participate during sexual intimacy.

Situational – A change in circumstances or living in a stressful situation (i.e. moving in with the in-laws, having a baby, or financial problems) can contribute to the development of sex problems.

* Common sex problems
Although there is a wide range of sex problems, which may affect each individual differently, generally we are all likely to face similar issues within our gender. Below is a list of some of the most common sex problems in men and women to provide insight into some of the conditions that can be treated with counselling.

* Male sex Problems Erectile dysfunctional:-
– Problem in Getting or maintaining erection.
– It is due to stress, anxiety, psychological factor, due to age, diabetes any medical problems side effect of any medicine or other
Reason etc.

* Premature ejaculation
Getting discharged before partner’s satisfaction.

Its due to stream age anxiety side effective drugs psychological factor or other Reason etc.
– Nocturnal emission:-

The discharge which taken place when man is sleeping
– Low sex desire (Decreased Libido)
– Dhat (whitish/Semen like in urine) 24
– Passing of semen in urine
– Delayed ejaculation

-Weakness in men after sex
– Pain in Penis after sex/ mastranation
– Buring in urine
– Ulcer on Penis
– Pain in testis 2 scroteum
– Sexually transmitted disease

Female sex Problems:-
– Fridity
– Leucorrhoea
– Venereal diseases
– Low desire
– for sexually transmitted diseases infertility

* When is the right time to seek help for sex problems? 
Talking about sex problems is understandably difficult and embarrassing for many, and as a result some people may refrain from seeking help. Suffering in silence however can make the problem worse, and it could lead to a lot of stress and unhappiness in your life and for those around you – particularly your partner. Although sex problems can stem from deeper issues within a relationship, sexual dysfunction can also cause relationships to suffer. . When this happens it is a good indication that you need to start thinking about getting help.

Some of the signs that sex problems are affecting your relationship include:
* Sex causes disappointment.
* Sex is the cause of rows.

One or both partners are feeling dissatisfied or stuck in a rut.
.One or both partners feels taken for granted or neglected.

* Guidance for sex problems 
The first step in seeking help for sex problems is to make an appointment with expert to have your condition diagnosed and appropriate methods explored. To establish the cause of a sexual dysfunction, your doctor will ask questions about your sexual, social and medical history. Medical tests will also be carried out to identify any physical causes, for which medication can be provided. Sex therapy is often the next course of action for individuals and couples experiencing sex problems, and although it may seem daunting opening up about intimate and somewhat embarrassing details, talking to a counsellor can be an enlightening experience.

* Psychosexual therapy 
There are many professionals in the UK specially trained to talk about sex and help people to explore and overcome sexual dysfunction. Psychosexual therapists in particular are very knowledgeable about a wide range of sex problems and have proven successful in helping individuals and couples of all ages, health and sexuality to realise their sexual needs and desires and work through any negative thoughts that may be affecting their ability to enjoy sex and sexual intimacy.

* Relationship counselling 
Relationship counselling, or couples counselling is effective for helping couples to explore their physical communication and their understanding of what sex means to them. Sex may have become mechanical and a way to maintain a safe distance for one person. In such cases, the partner may mourn the lack of intimacy and trust which would allow them to feel safe and enjoy sex. Withdrawal of sex can happen when a person has no alternative way to express their anger and disappointment – so the forbidden feelings are acted out in the bedroom. These are just some of the issues that may be addressed in relationship counselling to help couples become more aware of each other’s needs and desires and thus be able to reach a solution that works best for both of them.