Sexual dysfunction – Overview

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Sexual dysfunction-overview
Definition:
Sex is one of the basic instincts of human life. It is as important as food, clothing and shelter. Sex is not just for human reproduction or making babies, but it is also a mode of physical and mental relaxation. Lack of proper sex education by our government and educational institutions has led to mushrooming of quacks, hakims, vaids & unqualified sex specialists. This is one of the major reasons fo a Dr B K Kashyap qualified in male sexual diseases to overcome to rescue of the patients of northern India in tackling their sexual problems. Following are the few quaries and their answers which one comes across in sexual medicine practice.
As many as one third of all men experience some form of difficulty during sexual activity, yet only a few take the step forward to seek treatment for the same. It can be embarrassing to discuss one’s sexual problems with a physician but patients must understand that if this gives an effective solution in the end, it is well worth the effort.
Male sexual dysfunction can be described as any form of difficulty in the sexual activity that prevents the concerned man (or the couple) from experiencing satisfaction. Sexual activity can be divided into phases of excitement, plateau, orgasm and resolution and the problem can be related to any of these phases. The result can be any of the following: loss of libido, erectile dysfunction, ejaculation problems such as premature / retarded / retrograde ejaculation or absence of orgasm. The good news is that male sexual dysfunction is treatable with Ayurved Dr B K Kashyap and the response is we have been treating patients years now and have had good results in most cases. We strongly advocate
that patients share their concerns with their partner as well as the treating physician to get the best results. In addition, it is advisable that patients take adequate steps early on because seeking timely treatment can help to prevent any complications in their personal lives due to sexual dysfunction.
• Causes of sexual weakness / E.D. :-
• How does erection occur :
• Ayurved treatment Approach:
Ayurved Approach:

Erectile dysfunction (E.D.) :-
Erectile dysfunction (ED), a more precise term for impotence, has ben defines as the inability of the male sexual performance. A more specific defination diagnosis of E.D. is the persistent of repeated inability for atleast three months to attain sexual performance.
Premature ejaculation :-

It means uncontrolled ejaculation/semen emission before or shortly after the enters the vagina during sexual intercourse.
How does erection occur :-
For erection to occur, several parts of the body must together. The brain sends messages to control the nerves, hormone levels, blood flow and muscles that cause and erection. If anything interferes with these messages or if any part of the system does not function correctly; an errection will not occur.
The brain controls all sexual functions, from preceiving arousal to initiating and controlling the psychological , hormonal, nerve and blood flow changes that lead to an errection.
Arteries deliver the extra blood to the penis that causes it to stiffen, veins then drain the blood out of the penis after intercourse.
Nerve impulses relay signals of arousal and sensation to and from the penis.
Hormone, including testosterone, control the male sex drive. Testosterone is secreted by the testicles.
Investigation required to know the exact cause of sexual weakness/E.D. :-
a) Physical Examinaton
b) Blood Test & Urine Test
c) Pipe Test
d) Penile blood flow studies
e) Sleep monitoring
Misconceptions in our society related with sexual weakness/E.D .
Ans:
a) Does Masterbation cause weakness ?
Ans: NO
b) Can the size of Penis decrease with age ?
Ans: NO

Causes of sexual weakness / E.D. :-
E.D is generally categorized as :-
1. Organic : 
a) Endocrinologic
b) Neurologic
c) Vascular
2. Psychogenic :
a) Performance anxiety
b) Relationship conflict
c) Sexual inhibition]
d) Conflicts over sexual preference
e) Sexual abuse in childhood
f) Fear of pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.
3. Mixed/Others:
a) Age
b) Depression-Tension
c) Smoking
d) Diabetes
e) Renal, Hepatic dieases.
f) Heart dieases
g) Anger
h) Some medications
i) recreational drugs like alchohol, marijuna, cocaine, heroine also cause E.D.
How does erection occur :-

For erection to occur, several parts of the body must together. The brain sends messages to control the nerves, hormone levels, blood flow and muscles that cause and erection. If anything interferes with these messages or if any part of the system does not function correctly; an errection will not occur.
The brain controls all sexual functions, from preceiving arousal to initiating and controlling the psychological , hormonal, nerve and blood flow changes that lead to an errection.
Arteries deliver the extra blood to the penis that causes it to stiffen, veins then drain the blood out of the penis after intercourse.
Nerve impulses relay signals of arousal and sensation to and from the penis.
Hormone, including testosterone, control the male sex drive. Testosterone is secreted by the testicles.

Typically sexual disorders in women are sterility, dyspareunia (painful sex) and vaginal dryness. Men commonly suffer from erectile dysfunctions and problems of premature ejaculation. Sexual disorders very often arise from psychological factors such as fear and incompatibility of partners. These disorders may also be precipitated by smoking, hormonal imbalances, diseases like mumps and diabetes and the prolonged use of drugs like contraceptive pills.
Conventional treatment may lead to various side effects. In women, blurred vision, tender breasts and depression is not uncommon. And in men it could lead to mental confusion, gastric problems, dizziness and headaches

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