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What Kind Of Doctor I Talk To About Sexual Problem
Depends: Your general doctor can be a good start. If male a urologist. If female your gynecologist. If your issue is more of an emotional/psychological basis a sex therapist may be the right person to see. If you can give more details in your question, more specific answer is possible. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had BV & when sexually active i bled; old partner LG new partner smaller i still bled. Is BV the cause? Talked to my doc and she gave metronidazole
Get checked for STDs: Vaginal bleeding after sex is suspicious for cervicitis, often due to STDs like gonorrhea, chlamydia, sometimes trichomonas. Probably you were examined and tested for STDs, but if in doubt check with your doctor. Metronidazole is fine for bacterial vaginosis and trich, but not for gonorrhea or chlamydia. If you only spoke with your doc and not seen in person, insist on exam and lab testing. ...Read more
I had BV & when sexually active i bled; old partner LG new partner smaller still blood is BV the cause i talked to my doc and she gave metronidazole
Clarify please: Please re-ask and clarify what your question is. Thanks. ...Read more
I'm talking amantadine for sexual dysfunction, and I ran out of it,and my regular doctor is on vacation, so can you please prescribe me?
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I need birth control but my parents are against and I can't talk to my doctor I am 18 I have painful periods and I'm about to be sexually active I am way to busy to go to a clinic
What do I do ?
Adult decisions: At 18, you are an able adult, and can make your own health decisions. Part of adulthood is managing your time and health. Unless you are prepared to take care of a potential pregnancy, you will need to make the time to make a proper appointment to discuss your birth control options with a gynecologist or family practitioner. Best wishes ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Urologist: A general physician may also be able to help, especially if surgery's not in the offing. ...Read more
Dear Doctor thanks for giving me a chance to asking you my question. Dr. I have a sexual problem and My question is how could I improve my sex life?
What type?: There are few issues that can be related Is it sexual drive, penis erection? Most of the time sexual issues arise because of stress or a psychological problem bothering you.However this could be caused by certain conditions in most cases hormonal which require formal testing and treatment. I would suggest get seen by a dr. and for now try to engage in exercise and relaxation techniques. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello doctor, I have a sexual problem. Whenever I do sex with my girlfriend, my sperm come out very soon. I used to take a lot of sexual power pill?
How do I stop my mind's health from affecting my body's health? How do I cure it? I asked a doctor about a sexual problem that i had. She was right by saying that my problem is in my head. By being afraid to not perform well it is actually happening. Ea
I : I am guessing that what you are referring to has to do with either difficulty getting an erection, losing the erection while thrusting, or premature ejaculation. There isn't really enough information to know. I have what may seem like an unusual idea. How about, instead of being sexually intimate with the intent to have an orgasm, that you instead spend time just receiving and giving pleasure to your partner. You and your partner talk about it first, so that there is no expectation of sexual intercourse. While you are doing this you can ask your partner about what she really enjoys and focus on fullfilling her needs. You can let her know what really feels good to you. While this is going on, you don't need to focus on what your penis is doing. Put down the watch. Don't time how long it takes to get hard and don't time how long it takes to get soft, or long you can stay hard. I suggest doing this at least several times. You may find that by taking focus off the performance of your penis, that your anxiety will diminish. Once your anxiety decreases, your penis can do what nature designed it to do. You are fretting so much that you are making yourself miserable. Try to relax and enjoy yourself. ...Read more
Both: The problem could be either physical or psychological in nature. You need to call a physician to help you figure if there's anything physical going on and potentially get further referrals. Psychologist will help you guide through the process of communicating with your partner, figuring out the emotional aspect of things. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 45 years old I am taking single dose tablet trika .25 in night only .It is past continues as per doctor advice .It make any side effect like sexual problem.Can I withdraw the tablet?Any health hazards create in future .This tablet support hepertensio
Family Medicine: Any good primary care physician who has experience with men's health can be the perfect fit for you. Urologists often specialize in the diseases of the male genitourinary tract. ...Read more
My BF seems to be having problems. The doctor says he needs to be simulated. I tried every sexual trick in the book. Am I not attractive to him?
Get him checked: Before you decide that the problem is you or that the problem is psychological, he needs a proper workup in the privacy of his physician's office. Respect his privacy totally. If he really has erectile dysfunction, he'll be worked up for a prolactinoma and for hemochromatosis. Another trick is to watch his favorite erotica with him. Hope things work out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is Cefpodoxime 200mg twice per day by my doc good for treating non-std epididymo-orchitis? No sexual history and I have problems with quinolones.
YES: YES; however, this infection requires very careful followup. ...Read more
Sex Therapists: Sex therapists who are highly qualified can be certified through an organization called AASECT. These professionals receive well over one hundred hours of training and supervision in their field. You can find an AASECT certified sex therapist at www.aasect.org ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My husband refuses to have any kind of sexual contact with me. The goods work, he just isn't interested. He won't see a doctor. 30yo. What can I do??
Couples counseling: I would look into seeing a couples counselor/therapist to help you get on track.If he won't go, go by yourself to learn some coping methods or ways to get him to get involved.After a while you will begin to either solve the dilemma or understand why it evolved.When you do you can make reasoned decisions about your future. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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