Sex Clinic

MALE SEXUAL ILLNESSES
>> Difficulties of Erection
>> Premature Ejaculation
>> Crooked Penis
>> Penile Shrinking
>> Satyriasis (Uncontrollable Sexual Desire)
>> Decreased Libido
>> Fear of Failure In Coitus
>> Unpleasant Sexual Intercourse
>> Andropause (Male Menopause)
>> Smallness of the Penis

FEMALE SEXUAL SICKNESSES
>> Frigidity (Lack of Sexual Feelings)
>> Nymphomania (Excessive Sexual Desire)
>> Vaginismus (Making Penile Insertion Impossible)
>> Dyspareunia (Painful Coitus)
>> Anorgasmia (Inability to Orgasm)
>> Enigmas of Menstruation
>> Menopausal Tribulations
>> Unpleasant Sexual Intercourse
>> Psychosexual Disorders
>> Undersized Breasts
>> Slacked Breasts
>> Infertility
>> Looseness of Vagina
>> Problems of Loss of Virginity

SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES

The following sexually transmitted diseases can affect men and women:
>> Acquired Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)
>> Syphilis
>> Gonorrhoea
>> Chancroid
>> Genital Warts
>> Many other serious infections

MALE & FEMALE INFERTILITY
A couple unable to conceive pregnancy for one year after marriage is called infertile couple, and the state of non-conception of pregnancy is called infertility.Pregnancy is normally a matter of chance. Although the egg and sperm are produced at right place and at right time, there is no guarantee that pregnancy will occur. Some couples would conceive immediately and some would take many months.In the world approximately, one in ten couples is facing infertility problems; usually 40-50% with female, 30-40% with male and remaining 10-30% with both partners. However, the high fertility of one partner can sometimes compensate for the low fertility of the other.

If any couple has been trying for a baby without success for a period of one year, they should consult to the doctor.

RISK FACTORS OF MALE INFERTILITY
In the male, low sperm level, impotency, smoking, drugs and alcohol consumption, sour foodstuffs and many diseases can cause infertility.

RISK FACTORS OF FEMALE INFERTILITY
Age is very important factor that affects the female fertility. Fertility after age of 25 gradually decreases and after 35 begins to decrease quickly until menopause. The other causes of female infertility include problems with ovulation, damaged fallopian tubes, mucus disorder, endometriosis and the use of various medicines.

If any woman who is six months over 35 appears to be infertile, she and her spouse should consult the doctor immediately.

The male & female fertility can be enhanced with proper treatment

THERAPEUTICS
American sexological medicines, holistic drug therapy, psychosexual therapy and therapeutic exercises are used to treat the male sexual dysfunction, female sexual sicknesses, male & female infertility and psychosexual disorders.