Monday, 30 July 2018

It’s Time To Take The Stigma Away From Sexual Dysfunction Treatment

For most Men, sexual dysfunction is a taboo that strikes at the heart of manhood and only 10 per cent of sufferers are brave enough to tell their partners or doctors. The mere suggestion of seeing a therapist for sexual dysfunction is an implication that his manhood is in trouble.

Sexual dysfunction, in general, is defined as a problem during one or more phase in the sexual response cycle that stops the man or woman from experiencing pleasure from the activity. There are four phases in sexual response cycle: excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution. Male sexual dysfunction is a common health problem affecting men of all ages, can affect any man and the problem is more common with increasing age. The most common problems related to sexual dysfunction in men include ejaculation disorders, loss of libido, erectile dysfunction, and inhibited sexual desire.


Causes of Male Sexual dysfunction

The causes of Male Sexual dysfunction are many – hereditary, hormonal imbalances, psychological and relationship problems to mention a few. And, most men will not make the connection that Sexual dysfunction could indicate veiled coronary heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, cholesterol problems and more. When the problems are not answered at the right time, it will bring a lot more problems in the future. Around 125 million men, as per the reports are diagnosed with an erectile dysfunction (the most common male dysfunction) worldwide. Whereas research suggests that sexual dysfunction is widespread (35% of men report some degree of difficulty), it is a subject that many people are reluctant to discuss. The good news is, most cases of sexual dysfunction are treatable (which decreases with age and a few other factors), and so it is imperative to share your concerns with your partner and doctor.

The success of male sexual dysfunction treatment depends on identifying the primary cause of the trouble. Sexual dysfunction can be mild, moderate or severe, mild dysfunctions that are associated with performance anxiety or fear often can be effectively treated with Psychotherapy, counselling and improved communication between partners. To identify a man's sexual problem, the doctor likely will begin with a comprehensive history of symptoms and a physical exam. They may instruct to take other tests to rule out any medical problems that may be contributing to the dysfunction. The doctor may refer you to other health professionals, including a urologist, a sex therapist, and psychiatrists.


When Should I Call My Doctor?

Men are notoriously hesitant to visit doctors, even more so for help on intimate below-the-belt problems. Top of Form Most of the lads often experiences a problem with sexual function from time to time. Nevertheless, when the problems are persistent, they can cause distress for the man and his partner and surely will have a negative impact on their relationship as there’s no benefit in continuing to have bad sex. It may lead to infertility also. If you are experiencing sexual function problems, see your doctor for evaluation and treatment.

Get the best male sexual dysfunction treatment Chennai by an exceptional team of doctors from ARC International Fertility and Research Centre. Under the expertise of Dr. Saravanan Lakshmanan (leading sexologist and andrologist) and Dr. Mahalakshmi Saravanan (Reproductive Specialist), they offer advanced treatment in Sexual dysfunction in men and women in Chennai ensuring maximum success rate. They are also famous for the male infertility treatment in Chennai. They have taken up the challenge of delivering the best medical help possible to assist couples facing infertility.

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Friday, 8 June 2018

Fertility Preservation - A Revolutionary Treatment

Are you suffering from diseases that is curbing you from being a parent? You don't have to worry. Medical science has advanced tremendously,that it has found out a revolutionary method, fertility preservation to overcome such conditions. Here is a brief description of fertility preservation. What is Fertility preservation? Fertility Preservation is the novel method that is applied to cryofreeze an egg, sperm , ovarian tissue in order to have your biological children in the future.


Who can opt for Fertility preservation?

  • Fertility preservation can be beneficial for people suffering from certain diseases or situations in life, that can affect the fertility.
  • Exposure to toxic substances in the workplace can affect one's fertility. In such a situation fertility preservation will be of great help.
  • People suffering from endometriosis or uterine fibroids can opt for such a method as fertility preservation.
  • Fertility Preservation is like a lifesaver for people who wants to conceive much later in life.
  • Fertility preservation is highly recommended for people who are about to undergo treatments for cancer or any autoimmune diseases.

What are the various fertility preservation options?

There are different choices of fertility preservation available both for male and female. Here are some of them.


Fertility preservation options for


Gonadal shielding: Fertility can be very much affected by radiation treatments for cancer, specially when its done around the pelvic area. Modern treatments aim the ray on a small region and a lead shield is also used to protect the testicles.

Sperm cryopreservation: In this process, semen sample is frozen and stored for future use. This process is known as cryopreservation.

Embryo cryopreservation: In this process, the eggs are removed from the ovaries, fertilized with sperm either from a partner or donor in a lab. This particular section of the process is termed as in vitro fertilization. The embryos are then frozen and saved for future use. This procedure is one of the most popular and successful methods.

Oocyte cryopreservation : The eggs are frozen and stored.

Ovarian tissue cryopreservation : A minor surgery is performed to move ovarian tissues. This can be implanted in certain areas and egg production can be initiated.


Do you have fertility issues?

Do not worry. We, at ARC International Fertility and Research Centre, provide the best care and treatment for all sorts of issues related to fertility. We conduct effective fertility preservation programs in Chennai. Get your appointment today itself. We provide the best facilities for the fertility preservation for cancer patients in Tamil Nadu.
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Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Obesity - A Threat To Fertility

Obesity and infertility are interlinked conditions. Obesity directly affects infertility by causing hormonal imbalances, ovulation, particularly for their first baby. Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a condition associated with obesity. PCOS & obesity together causes infertility commonly. Early diagnosis, healthy lifestyle, and proper treatment can optimize the rate of fertility.

obesity and infertility

Obesity is being a key factor for many ailments other than infertility. The following conditions would be met out by the obese persons:
  • Diabetes
  • Cancers
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Respiratory problems
  • Gout
  • Gallbladder disease
  • Hypertension

Obesity in Male:

Obesity in men also causes infertility. It affects men basic lifestyle, fertility dysfunction. This condition may affect men at any stage. Obesity during their puberty phase leads to hormonal imbalances, lower levels of sperm and accumulation of fat in the abdominal region. The low testosterone levels affect the puberty and thus delays the growth of the body and facial hair, voice change, etc. Obesity leads to low sperm count. Though the sperms produced, it may be weak with low motility, shape irregularities. It also causes erectile dysfunction. Obesity in men even limits the chances of fertility in “In Vitro Fertilization” (IVF). Though the baby born it may have some deformities. After treating the obesity only, fertility treatment has proceeded to the infertile men. Along with the treatment, strict diet and regular exercise help to increases the chance of fertility.

Obesity in Female:

Obesity occurs mainly when the excess calories consumed and the same is not spent by doing any kind of activities. Obesity is a known factor to increase infertility in women. Irregular menstrual cycle, lack of ovulation, a drip in Oocyte quality, increased miscarriages and inability to conceive are the key factors of obesity. PCOS is the main factor for female infertility. Increased weight not only affects fertility rate but also causes many ailments such as cardiac issues, diabetes, neck, back and joint pain. The success rate of fertility declines even in ART due to the poor quality of eggs. The babies born to obese women may suffer from congenital abnormality.

Obese women are primarily treated with weight loss program before hoping to fertility treatment. Obesity can be controlled by regular diet and exercise. If the weight loss is not manageable with diet and exercise, then advanced treatments are availed to women for weight loss.

ARC International Infertility and Research Centre, Chennai is a leading fertility clinic where both men and women are treated for their fertility issues. They provide quality treatment; strive to give the couples with babies.

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Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Your Waiting Ends Here , Male Infertility Treatment

Infertility in males is a condition in which males do not have the ability to provide sperm for fertilization. Infertility in males occurs due to the presence of abnormal, weak sperms, low numbers of sperms, short life of the sperm, low mobility of the sperm or problems in ejaculation. 

Why sperm abnormalities are caused?

Sperm abnormalities are caused due to

·         Swelling in the veins of scrotum

·         Inflammation in the testicles

·         Testicles are developed abnormally

What are the causes of male infertility?

The causes of male infertility are

·         Disorder in sperm transport

·         Pituitary or hypothalamic disorder

·         Gonad disorder

·         Various unknown causes

·         Low sperm count

·         Hormone disorder

·         Exposure to harmful chemicals and radiations

·         Genetic defects

·         History of STD

·         Urinary tract infections

·         Premature ejaculation

·         Erection dysfunctions

·         Retrograde ejaculation

How to diagnose male infertility?

Male infertility can be diagnosed by

·         Semen analysis

·         Blood test

·         A culture developed from the penis for checking infections

·         Physical examination of the scrotum, penis, and prostate

How to understand fertility chances by testing?

Semen analysis can provide much information about the infertility reasons by looking

·         Total amount of the semen

·         Sperm morphology (size and shape)

·         Sperm count

·         Sperm life spam

·         Percentage of active cells

How to treat male infertility?

Male infertility can be treated by

·         Artificial insemination

·         In-vitro fertilization

·         Medication to increase sperm production

·         Providing antibiotics to cure an infection

·         Providing hormones to balance hormones

·         Providing male fertility supplements

·         Using donor sperm

How can lower the possibility of infertility in males?

The possibility of infertility in males can be lower by

·         Avoid using  banned drugs

·         Avoid sexually transmitted diseases

·         Avoid exposure to toxic products

·         Avoid consuming alcohol

·         Wearing loose underwear

·         Adapting good personal hygiene

·         Good health practices

ARC International Infertility and Research Centre, Chennai is one of the leading hospitals which provide evidence-based treatments to the patient for treating male and female infertility problems. They aim to provide quality treatment to the patient by serving them better by transforming their lives and helping them to enjoy parenthood which is considered divine.

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