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Understanding Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), or sexually transmitted infections (STIs), are generally referred to as conditions or infections that are spread from person to person through sex or close intimate contact. STIs are considered to be quite common and are easily spread. There are several types of STIs, where some can be treated and cured, whereas others cannot be cured. By knowing the facts about STDs, you can take the necessary steps to protect your health. Dr Rana Medical Hall offers our treatments for various STDs as well as sexually related diseases at our clinics in Ernakulam, Kottayam, Thrissur and Alappuzha.

If you are currently involved in a sexual relationship and you suspect that you have STDs; it becomes your responsibility to protect both yourself and your partner from further infection. The first step involves talking to your partner about your doubt and abstaining from sex until your dilemmas are cleared. This is really important because some diseases like herpes simplex virus (HSV) and human papillomavirus (HPV) are spread from skin to skin. This will greatly increase the risk of transmitting any infection that you have to your partner.

Types of STDs

The following are some of the most common types of STDs:

Chlamydia

This is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases and is caused by bacteria. It can be cured easily. However, if left untreated, chlamydia can make pregnancy difficult for women.

Syphilis

Another bacterial infection is Syphilis and it can easily go unnoticed at its early stage. The patient can have very serious complications if left untreated. It is simple to cure with the right treatment.

Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Infection

HPV is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections in India. This is easily spread by skin-to-skin contact and therefore it is transmitted easily. Some health effects caused by HPV can be prevented with vaccines.

HIV

 HIV is a very common STD that can damage your immune system and increase the risk of contracting other diseases. The patient with HIV should get effective treatment because it can lead to stage 3 HIV, commonly known as AIDS.

Herpes

The herpes simplex virus, also known as HSV, is the infection that causes herpes. This is another common STD, and most people with genital herpes infection do not know they have it.

Other STDs

 Similar to the above STDs, there are several other STDs like Trichomoniasis, pubic lice, etc. Other less common STDs are Chancroid, Lymphogranuloma Venereum, Granuloma Inguinale, Molluscum Contagiosum, and Scabies.

Symptoms of STDs (Men)

The following are some of the most common symptoms of STD infections in men. 

  • Pain/discomfort during sex or urination.
  • Sores, acne, itching or rashes on or around the penis, testicles, anus, buttocks, thighs, or mouth.
  • Unusual discharge or bleeding from the penis.
  • Painful/enlarged testicles

Symptoms of STDs (Women)

Given below are some of the most common symptoms of STD infection in women. 

  • Pain/discomfort during sex or urination.
  • Sores, acne, itching, or rashes on or around the vagina, anus, buttocks, thighs, or mouth.
  • Unusual discharge or bleeding from the vagina.
  • Itchiness in or around the vagina

However, it should be noted that STDs don’t cause noticeable symptoms and therefore it is possible to contract STDs without developing symptoms.

It is much better to make sure that you have an STD than to assume that you have it. The only right way to know for certain that you have an STD is to get a medical test. You cannot find out by referring symptoms alone or by looking at online pictures and sites. For that, you have to consult a doctor and tell your doctor the following:

  • What made you think you have an STD (e.g., a former partner with STD symptoms have contacted you).
  • When you believe you might have been exposed to the infection.

It is important to note that certain STI tests would require a waiting period of several weeks or even months before a final result can be returned.Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Starting and Completing Treatment

In case you are diagnosed with a bacterial STD, you need to complete the full treatment regimen your doctor prescribed. Not completing your medicine increases your risk of developing a re-infection, which will be much harder to treat in the future.

If you are diagnosed to have an infection, it should be noted that you and your partner should refrain from sexual contact until the completion of full treatment. Otherwise, you risk passing the infection back and forth.

Similarly, if you are diagnosed with an incurable viral STD (like HIV, HPV, or HSV), you will need to have a long talk with your doctor about managing your infection, thereby lowering the risk of transmitting the virus to others.

Why Dr. Rana’s Medical Hall?

Dr. Rana’s Medical Hall was established in 1960 by Dr. M. S. Roy with the main objective to help people to improve their sexual and mental health. We offer the best treatment in Kerala for sexual disorders. You can find the best sexologist at our clinics at Ernakulam, Kottayam, Thrissur, and Alappuzha.
Visit our website for more details. Book now for a consultation with our best sexologist at any time you want. We will make sure that our service will bring your precious love life back as soon as possible.

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Know More about Female Orgasm!!

Why can’t I orgasm?

Female Orgasm is universally considered to be the peak of sexual excitement and fulfilment. It is a vigorous feeling of physical pleasure and sensation, which includes the emancipation of accumulated erotic tension.  Due to multiple reasons, this ecstasy is missing in numerous female lives. 

At Dr. Rana’s Medical Hall, we address and eliminate the key reasons for the loss of female orgasm. Call it physical or psychological, we treat them all.

What is an Orgasm?

Scientifically, an orgasm is described as an emotional sensation caused by rhythmic contractions of the pelvic floor muscles. This involves the penis, the vagina, and in some cases the uterus as well. 

The female orgasm has interconnected with several different outcomes that a woman gets during sexual intimacy. It consists of a combination of physiological and emotional responses during the sexual stimulation with her partner. The intensity of the female orgasm varies among women. It also varies upon different circumstances, her attraction, and her connection with her partner.

 In some cases, the impetus of the sexual experience can even contribute to a more intense female orgasm. 

Contact Dr. Rana’s Medical Hall in case you or your partner have distressed with the grim reality of orgasmic disorder. It is known for the best sexual weakness treatment in Kochi, Kottayam, Thrissur, and Alappuzha, and be your best bet.

Type of Female Orgasm

The female orgasm consists of two types: clitoral orgasm and vaginal orgasm. Clitoral orgasm is the most common type of orgasm among women. This occurs as the direct result of clitoral stimulation. This is considered to be the most intense type of female orgasm.

The second type of orgasm is vaginal orgasm. The main reason is that their partner cannot maintain arousal long enough to bring them to climax. Other reasons might be psychological or physical. Unfortunately, there are many women who cannot experience an orgasm at all in their entire life.

Female Orgasm Dysfunction

Anorgasmy (or orgasmic disorder) is a type of sexual dysfunction, where a person cannot achieve orgasm despite adequate stimulation. Experts suggest that as many as 25% of women struggle to achieve orgasms. It is unfortunate to note that these women suffer from a variety of symptoms that prevent them from achieving orgasm. The most common reasons for an orgasm dysfunction can be psychological. In some women, bygone events such as rape, molestation, or any similar incident might cause physical problems that prevent climax. In some cases, parents teach their daughters that only bad girls have sex. This might lead them to see themselves as bad when engaging in sex. Therefore, they will not be able to achieve orgasm. Another reason maybe because of the approach of the partner.  Some partner uses sex as a means of control or leverage; it might become difficult for the woman to achieve an orgasm.

However, some other women might have actual physical problems that prevent them from achieving orgasm that includes a low sex drive or the inability to get aroused properly. In fact, most women will experience some type of orgasm dysfunction at least once in their life. This can be similar to a male orgasm dysfunction happening due to stress or nervousness.

Ways to Enhance the Female Orgasm

1.Improve Self Confidence


Self appearance plays an important role for women when it comes to sex. Poor body image can overshadow the desire for orgasm in many women. If you do not feel comfortable with your own body, you will never be able to enjoy sex. This is the case with most mature women. To help counter a negative body image, you need to find the most beautiful body part and focus on that. Learn to love your body and take good care of it.

2.Live the Moment


In order for a woman to achieve an orgasm, she must be in the moment. Do not get lost in thoughts while making love with your partner. Achieving an orgasm becomes difficult at best and even impossible if this happens. Be very careful to remain focused on the sensations of your body while having sex; you need to embrace the delicious sensations.

3.Try More Foreplay

Many people underestimate the importance of foreplay. Women thrive sexually on foreplay. Kissing, fondling, and a slow rise to sexual intercourse, will make women feel good. Foreplay serves both physical and emotional purposes while preparing the mind and body for sex. Preferences for foreplay vary from person to person. It is actually the duty of the partner to find what arouses their partner.

4.Communicate With Your Partner:

As with any act of lovemaking, it is best to communicate with your partner. During sexual intercourse, tell him what you enjoy the most. Honest communication with your partner promotes transparency and trust. The better you share your preferences, passions, turn-offs, and fantasies, the better the chances of reaching an orgasm increase drastically. 

5. Find Your Perfect Pitch:

Some couples are of the assumption that mimicking sex portrayed in pornography is best. They assume that this can give the best sexual experience. However, sometimes it may cause premature ejaculation; and gives you a bitter experience instead of a better experience. There is no single “right” way to have sex. You need to keep experimenting with a bunch of techniques and styles. Based on that, you need to find out what works best for your sex life.

The female orgasm has been discussed and studied for decades among men. These are done with the wish to make intercourse more enjoyable for their partner. What people fail to understand is the fact that achieving a female orgasm can make sex more enjoyable. Either way, the female orgasm will always be a baffling and mysterious experience and enough to delight.

Why Dr. Rana’s Medical Hall?

Dr. Rana’s Medical Hall was established in 1960, by Dr. M. S. Roy, with the sole objective to help people improve their sexual health, happiness, and confidence. We rank as the best sexologist in India. We are offering fast, safe and everlasting remedies for men’s sexual disorders and sexually transmitted diseases.  

Our team, known as the best sexologists in Kerala, comprises experienced medical professionals. We care about your sexual wellness with the best personalized treatment. Your lookout for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction or the best infertility treatments in Kerala ends here.

We promise precise treatments for Male Sexual problems like Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation. We treat issues like Penile Enhancement, Nocturnal Emissions, Prostate Enlargement, and Leucorrhoea as well. Eradicate the alarming Sexually Transmitted Diseases with our time-tested Herbal medicines. Cupping therapy or hijama, done by our doctor himself, assures you the best rejuvenation and relaxation ever.

Direct consultation with our best sexologists in Kerala is available at our Kochi, Kottayam, and Thrissur clinics. Consult is available at Alleppey and Angamaly as well.

If you prefer an online consultation, please book prior.

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How to maintain healthy sex life in a long-term relationship?

As per a study conducted among couples from various ethnicities, a vast majority of them are having problems in their healthy sex life. Whether the problem is big or small, there are several things that you can do to get your sex life back on track. Your sexual well-being co-exists with your general mental, physical, and emotional health. Communicating your problem with your partner, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and availing some self-help substances from the market, can help you overcome these tough times.

Don’t equate love with sexual performance

 Equating love with sexual performance is one of the most common mistakes that people make. It should be noted that these are entirely different things. Love is, how much you care about your partner’s wellbeing, whereas sex invokes a mixture of emotions including love, excitement, and desire for longing, anxiety, and disappointment— the reactions are as diverse as sexual experiences themselves.  For a healthy sex life, you need to create an environment of caring and tenderness with your partner. Don’t blame yourself or your partner if you have types of sexual difficulties; instead, focus on keeping emotional and physical intimacy in your relationship and this, in turn, will help you maintain a healthy love life spanning several decades. 
The following are some of the tips that any person can follow in order to maintain a healthy sex life:



1. Talking to your partner

 In this modern age too, many couples find it difficult to talk about sex even under favorable circumstances. This is all the more true in Indian society, where sex is considered taboo even among married couples. When sexual problems occur, feelings of hurt, shame, guilt, and disappointment can make couples remain silent altogether. Since good communication is considered to be the cornerstone of a healthy relationship, establishing open communication is the first step not only to better sex life but also to a closer emotional bond, which in turn helps for tackling this sensitive subject.

In case you have difficulty communicating with your partner, don’t worry. We, at Dr. Rana’s Medical Hall (RMH), provide consultation with a sexologist in Kerala so that you can contact us at any time. 

2. Avoid criticizing

 Express suggestions in positive terms, such as, “I actually love it when you feel my hair gently,” rather than focusing on the negatives. In other words, you need to approach a sexual issue as a problem to be solved in conjunction rather than blaming the other. At Dr. Rana’s Medical Hall, we have the best sexologist in Kerala, who heads the sexual weakness treatment in Kochi.

3. Communicate your body changes to your partner

 Talk to your partner and tell them about changes happening in your body, like hot flashes that are keeping you up at night or menopause has made your vagina dry.  It is much better that he understands what is really going on rather than interpreting these physical changes as a lack of interest. Similarly, if you’re a man and have difficulty getting an erection, communicate to your partner about stimulating, you rather than letting her believe, she isn’t attractive enough to arouse you anymore.

4. Be honest.

 If you think that you are protecting your partner’s feelings by faking an orgasm, it is not true. In reality, you’re starting to go down a slippery slope. As challenging as it is to talk about any sexual problem, the same difficulty level rises exponentially once the issue is buried under years of lies, hurt, and resentment. It is rather, to be honest than be in this dire and untruthful situation.

5. Give time to yourself

 Your sexual responses slow down with age. You need to understand that the physical changes in your body will have a negative effect on your sex life and you’ll need more time to get aroused and reach orgasm.  We, at RMH, understand this situation and try to improve your chances of success by finding a quiet, comfortable, interruption-free setting for pleasurable and healthy sex life. When you think about it, spending more time having sex isn’t a bad thing; working these physical necessities into your lovemaking routine can open up doors to a new kind of sexual experience. In case you find difficulty in this, you can contact Dr. Rana’s Medical Hall for ayurvedic treatment for sexual diseases in Kerala.

 Dr. Rana’s Medical Hall

 Dr. Rana’s Medical Hall is a renowned medical care institution founded in 1960 by Dr. M. S. Roy, an eminent Unani physician, and visionary, who dedicated his entire life to the study and propagation of the Unani system of medicine. At RMH, we provide the best treatment in Kerala for sexual disorders, the best infertility treatments in Kerala, and the best ayurvedic medicine for erectile dysfunction.

Additionally, we also treat various other conditions like premature ejaculation, penile enhancement, venereal diseases, nocturnal emissions, prostate enlargement, and leucorrhoea. We are well versed and well-equipped in the ancient treatment, Hijama or Cupping therapy, that rejuvenates and revitalizes the body and the soul which in turn boosts your conjugal life.

 Dr. Rana’s Medical Hall has clinics at Ernakulam, Kottayam, and Thrissur. In addition to clinical consultation, we also provide sexologist online consultation for those who are unable to visit our clinic. Kindly visit our website for more details. [www.ranamedicalhall.com]

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