Best Sexologist in delhi
Dr Anirban Biswas is one of the best sexologist doctor in delhi/NCR. He has over 18 years of expertise in sexual health & can provide a complete evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of your sexual disorders.
Our specialist doctors for sexology treatment in delhi have huge experience in dealing with multiple male sexual health issues, providing a confidential service and the most advanced medical and psychological therapies possible at their andrology clinic in CR park, south delhi.
Male sexual dysfunction is particularly prevalent in men over 40. Apart from the physical symptoms, it often leads to emotional issues such as feelings of shame, low self-esteem, lack of confidence and depression.
Sexual disorders can have a variety of causes: physical, psychological, and interpersonal. Change in our environment, certain diseases like diabetes, blood pressure, thyroid, high cholesterol, many types of medications, radiation from electronic gadgets, food habits, pollution, stress, and anxiety due to work pressure and lack of communication skills are important factors in the development of sexual problems.
Sexual problems are experienced by many men and include:
Male erectile disorder or Erectile dysfunction
Lack of libido or Low sexual desire
Sexologists treat various disorders like erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, loss of libido, decreased sexual urge, and low testosterone hormone, etc. Dr. Anirban Biswas is one of the famous sexologist in Delhi. He along with Dr. Sudeshna Biswas, a famous lady psychiatrist of Delhi, and her eminent team of psychologists & psychotherapists specialize in treating sexual disorders and also deal with Sexual development (puberty), sexual orientation, gender identity, sexual relationships, sexual behaviors, paraphilias, and abnormal sexual interests.
Anirban Biswas Clinic provides the top sexologist & therapists in south Delhi to the needed patients for a better cure at affordable prices. To know more details please contact us! 9313315383
Frequently asked questions
What is a sexual disorder?
Sexual dysfunction is defined as any physical or psychological issue that prevents you or your partner from experiencing sexual fulfillment. Male sexual dysfunction is a common medical issue that affects men in general, but it becomes more common as they get older, explains Dr. Anirban Biswas- MD, a famous sexologist in delhi.
What are the types of sexual disorders in males?
The following are the most common types of male sexual dysfunction according to the best sexologist in delhi:
Erectile dysfunction (difficulty obtaining and maintaining an erection).
Premature Ejaculation - ejaculation occurs too soon (reaching orgasm too quickly).
Delayed Ejaculation - ejaculation was slowed or stopped (reaching orgasm too slowly or not at all).
Hypoactive sexual desire disorder, or HSDD- a lack of libido (reduced interest in sex).
Dyspareunia (painful sex), is painful sexual intercourse.
What are the causes of sexual problems?
Sexual weakness indicates that there are some underlying health issues. It could be due to physical, mental, or psychological factors. A man who smokes and drinks excessively increases his chances of sexual weakness.
testosterone deficiency (Low libido or low desire).
Prescription medications (antidepressants, high blood pressure medicine).
Atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) and high blood pressure are examples of blood vessel disorders.
Diabetes or surgery can cause a stroke or nerve damage.
Alcoholism and drug addiction
Recently, Males and females have both developed mental disorders as a result of the Coronavirus. During pandemic and lockdown conditions, erectile dysfunction in men and sexual disorders in women have been observed to rise at our sexology clinic at CR Park in south delhi. The constant stress of job loss, business closure, uncertainty about the future, and immediate concerns is wreaking havoc on mental health.
"The erection process is influenced by one's mental health. A relaxed body and mind are required to initiate the erection process. A thought enters the mind, and this thought activates the central nervous system, allowing blood to flow to the male organ. No one can have an erection without the participation of the mind", says our sexologist doctor.
Concerns regarding sexual performance
Problems in a marriage or relationship.
Feelings of guilt and depression
The consequences of past sexual trauma.
Anxiety and stress at work
What is the most common factor responsible for Erectile Dysfunction(ED)?
Diabetes, high blood pressure, excessive smoking, and alcohol all wreak havoc on the blood vessels. The impaired blood vessels are unable to support the blood flow required for the erection. Smoking causes plaque formation in the blood vessels. Plaque formation obstructs blood circulation from and towards the heart. It disrupts the normal flow of blood through the male organ. As a result, even when a man is fully aroused, the blood flow is insufficient for an erection.
Sexual dysfunctions are defined as “a cluster of related disorders that are characterized by a deficiency in the ability to experience sexual excitement or the ability to respond to sexual stimuli or both. ”- Dr. Anirban Biswas- MD, one of the best sexologists in delhi.
How common is Premature Ejaculation( PE)?
The lifetime prevalence of PE is approximately 30 to 40 percent in men. The incidence of PE in men under 50 is 2 to 5 percent per year, increasing to 5 to 10 percent per year after age 50.
Men with PE are at increased risk of cardiovascular disease and premature death and are less likely to participate in sexual activity.
What is the role of depression in sexual disorders?
The lifetime prevalence of depression is approximately 16 to 20 percent in women compared to about 7 percent in men diagnosed with sexual disorders, as per Dr. Sudeshna Biswas - famous lady psychiatrist, psychotherapist & relationship counselor in delhi. The incidence of major depressive episodes (MDE) is estimated to be increasing at the rate of 15 percent per year.
What are the major female sexual disorders?
female sexual interest/arousal disorder.
erectile dysfunction or ED.
vaginismus, which is an involuntary spasm of the vagina, occurs during sexual activity and leads to pain or pressure.
pelvic floor dysfunction.
What are psycho-sexual & compulsive sexual disorders and who manages them?
According to Dr. Sudeshna- Compulsive sexual behavior is defined as “persistent and recurrent behaviors that are not in line with the individual’s sexual values or norms. They include:
Sexual deviation, including fetishism and transvestic fetishism, which are classified as paraphilia.
Sexual compulsivity is classified as an impulse control disorder.
HyperSexual interest/arousal disorders, and
Sexual disorders not otherwise specified, which are conditions in which the symptoms of sexual dysfunctions do not fit any of the other categories.
These problems require a proper psychiatric evaluation and counseling like CBT etc.
What is the treatment of sexual disorders?
Sexual dysfunctions are treated with psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy.
Psychotherapy can be either individual or group. Psychosocial counseling, such as sex therapy addresses the underlying causes of sexual problems.
Pharmacological treatments, such as psychotropic medication (e.g. antidepressants, etc.) or testosterone boosters & supplements.
Fertility treatments, Male fertility treatments with natural hormone enhancers have been used to help men to achieve the optimal number of sperm cells in their ejaculate.
Men with sexual dysfunction usually have a wide range of problems that may have an effect on their sexual health. They may have problems in erection, ejaculation, or in their ability to achieve or maintain an erection. Book your appointment today with our sexologist if you are having any sexual problems.