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SEX FACTS

* Average energy in a tablespoon of semen: 2-7 kcalories, 8-29 kilojoules
* Average number of sperm cells in the ejaculate of a healthy man: 40 million to 600 million (avg. 250 million)
* Distance sperm travels to fertilize an egg: 7.5-10 centimeters or 3-4 inches
* Sperm lifespan: 2.5 months from development to ejaculation
* Sperm lifespan after ejaculation: 30 seconds to 6 days depending on conditions
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Dr. Ashok Koparday
MBBS, FC SEPI
Medical Director
Samadhan India
Center for Therapy, Education, Research in
Sex, Marriage, Relationships

Ex. Teaching Faculty
Seth G. S. Medical College and K. E. M. Hospital and
Grant Medical College and Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals
University of Mumbai, India

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Why girls reach puberty at(average)10.5 years age [Vth standard]?

Psychologist Dr Aric Sigman studied three generations of family;
daughters aged 16 to 20, mother aged 40 to 50, and grandmother aged 65 to 75.
Stress ‘fuelling early puberty’
Children
Children’s bodies are maturing faster
Unhealthy lifestyles and unstable family environments may be contributing to a fall in the age that girls reach puberty, research suggests.

  • Possibly hormone LEPTIN triggers puberty.
  • Early Puberty is because of lifestyle factors
  • Stress brings early puberty
  • Girls staying with step father have early puberty,

    possibly because of chemical scents or phermones.

  • Chances of
    • behavior problems,
    • depression,
    • difficulty in resisting drugs, drinks, sex increase

Girls staying with step father have early puberty,

possibly because of chemical scents or phermones.
Chances of behavior problems, depression, difficulty in resisting drugs, drinks, sex increase

Psychologist Dr Aric Sigman found girls are reaching puberty 18 months earlier than their mothers, and almost two years earlier than their grandmothers.

He found girls currently start puberty at an average of 10.25 years of age.

His findings echo previous research suggesting ‘precocious puberty’ is a growing trend.

We have not really thought about the possibility that lifestyle factors might influence something so primitive and profound as the arrival of puberty
Dr Aric Sigman

One Girl in six reaches puberty before the age of 8 years (III standard)

A study by scientists in Bristol in 2000 suggested one girl in six reaches puberty before the age of eight.

One theory is that puberty is triggered by the hormone leptin, which is produced by fat tissue.

Girls are getting progressively heavier with each generation, and as they carry higher levels of fat, they are also likely to have higher levels of leptin.

Unhealthy lifestyle

Dr Sigman’s study focused on three generations of family units, each with a daughter aged 16 to 20, a mother aged 40 to 50, and a grandmother aged 65 to 75.

He found the modern generation eats far more sweets and junk food than its predecessors, but less fresh fruit and vegetables.

Today’s young women were also much more likely to travel by car than on foot.

They were also much more to lead a ‘coach potato’ lifestyle, taking little exercise.

The combination of a poor diet, and an sedentary lifestyle was fueling obesity rates, said Dr Sigman.

Stress factor

However, he also found evidence that a stressful home life raised the likelihood of an early puberty.

Dr Sigman
told the BBC News website that this was possibly an ancient evolutionary response.

“If a girl senses her environment is unstable then it may be that an evolutionary mechanism kicks in to try to ensure that her genes are passed on sooner rather than later,” he said.

There is some evidence to suggest that puberty arrives earlier in girls who live with a stepfather.

It is postulated that this might be due exposure to the stepfather’s chemical scents, or pheromones, which are likely to have a more profound effect than those associated with a birth parent.

Dr Sigman said it had been assumed that puberty was purely a biological phenomenon influenced by genetics.

“We have not really thought about the possibility that lifestyle factors might influence something so primitive and profound as the arrival of puberty, but it might very well be that they have an impact.”

He said early puberty was associated with a number of risks.

Risks of early puberty

For instance, girls were vulnerable to emotional disturbances, such as depression, and behavioural problems, such as taking up drinking, smoking or drugs.

Young girls who suddenly started to mature sexually were also less able to control their impulses than those who hit puberty at a later stage, he said. This might in part explain why rates of teenage pregnancy have risen in recent times.

“They tend to work on the hedonistic principle that if it’s enjoyable, then it must be right,” he said.

Dr Sigman, who’s report was commissioned by Clearasil, said it was important for parents to be aware that puberty might arrive early for their daughters, and to try to talk to them in advance about the changes they would experience.

Professor Peter Clayton, a paediatric endocrinologist at the University of Manchester, told the BBC News website it was still unclear what factors might be driving a reduction in the age of onset of puberty.

He said: “Certainly in our clinical practice, we treat more girls with precocious puberty than we did 10 years ago, but this may be a reflection of awareness rather than a true shift in physical development.”

Professor Ilpo Huhtaniemi, an expert in reproductive biology at Imperial College London, said: “There is still lots that we do not understand about this phenomenon.

“For instance, girls adopted from third world countries to well-off countries seem to have a very high incidence of precocious puberty.”
source
BBC NEWS | Health | Stress ‘fuelling early puberty’

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Magic of Viagra in other diseases too.

BBC NEWS | Health | Viagra ‘aids muscular dystrophy’

Viagra ‘aids muscular dystrophy’
Viagra
Viagra improves blood flow

The anti-impotence drug Viagra may help save people with muscular dystrophy from an early death, a study suggests.

Researchers found the way the drug works to combat impotence may also help ward off heart failure in muscular dystrophy patients.

Tests on mice with a version of the disease showed the drug helped keep their hearts working well.

The Montreal Heart Institute study appears in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

It is important to remember that benefits seen in animals do not always translate into human medicine
Dr Marita Pohlschmidt
Muscular Dystrophy Campaign

Muscular dystrophy is a genetic condition causing wasting of the muscles.

The first signs of muscular weakness appear at roughly age five, leading to a progressive loss in the ability to walk by the age of 13.

People with the condition are also at a higher risk of heart failure due to a weakening of the muscles which keep the organ pumping strongly.

For this reason, many people with Duchenne muscular dystrophy – the most common form of the condition – die in early life, often in their 20s or 30s.

Blood flow

The Montreal team found that Viagra – known technically as sildenafil – prevents the loss of a molecule, cGMP, which plays a key role in keeping blood vessels dilated.

In the penis, this increases blood flow, and helps to combat impotence.

But in the heart it helps to ensure the organ itself receives a proper supply of blood, and remains healthy and strong.

With the heart in a strong condition, it is more able to withstand the impact of weakening muscle cells caused by muscular dystrophy.

Viagra works by blocking an enzyme, PDE5, which breaks down cGMP.

Professor Jean-Claude Tardif, director of the Montreal Heart Institute Research Centre, said: “These experimental results give us hope that one day it will be possible to treat with this approach cardiac problems in patients with muscular dystrophy, and perhaps even treat other heart diseases.”

The researchers also inserted a gene that increased cGMP production in the mice’s heart cells, and found that this helped the animals to maintain normal cardiac function.

Dr Marita Pohlschmidt, director of research at the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign, said the research was interesting.

However, she added: “It is important to remember that benefits seen in animals do not always translate into human medicine.

“Although this is promising, it is still very early days and we look forward to further research that will demonstrate the impact it might have for people with muscular dystrophy.”

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Mind your Mind

Backache, Body aches and pains, especially when all pathology investigations are normal, can be HIGHLY FRUSTRATING. They persist despite all medications and sincere efforts of ALL doctors.
How does this happen? How common is it?
What is the ETIO-PATHOLOGY of these illnesses called as Psycho-somatic illnesses.

ANATOMY OF PSYCHO-SOMATIC DISORDERS is interesting and provides key to the BEST MEDICINE.

Fever, Diabetes mellitus, Hypertension, Overweight, Ischemic Heart disease, decreased libido, premenstrual syndrome i.e. PMS, Arthritis, Asthama, Acidity, recurrent infections are some more examples of psycho-somatic illnesses. They have their root in mismanagement of stress.

70 % to 80 % of all human illnesses are PSYCHO-SOMATIC. The Autonomic Nervous System translates Emotional Disturbances into Somatic Symptoms,
i.e. Body ailments.

STRESS


EUSTRESS = Normal Healthy Useful

DISTRESS is not caused by
high stress, but is due to
IMPROPER REACTION to stress.

What is STRESS?

Adaptation required when there is CHANGE in situation.

Getting 1 st rank or winning a lottery and such other happy incidences or unexpected and excessive change though DESIRABLE is also stress just as UNDESIRABLE change is stress. Nasty boss, unruly subordinates, flirting spouse are known to generale UNPLEASANT feelings. Being sacked from job or failure in examination or other important task are examples of common, immediately recognized happenings that are believed to cause DISTRESS.

CAUSE – CONSEQUENCE

It is not the good or bad happenings that cause Emotional Disturbances, but improper REACTION to them that causes DISTRESS. If unresolved, one EXPRESSES (arguments, fights, SADNESS OR MADNESS -extreme rage) or SUPPRESSES or if the situation passes away it lies dormant and SENSITISES making you vulnerable when similar situation resurfaces.

This is the way we REACT to stress. This REACTION is unhealthy as it leads to DISTURBANCES, —> DISORDERS, —> DISEASES depending upon the severity and duration of Emotional Disturbances.

Thanks to Dr. Mahesh Parikh MD PhD


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Girls parents often hasten for marriage (or engagement)once they are convinced that a GOOD match is found for their daughter. Please, check the information provided by the boy thoroughly. This appears a trivial warning, but the story below should be an eye opener.

before-marriage-check-credentials-of-boy

Does he really work in the stated post? (His pay slip)
Does he have loans?
Neighbors do not volunteer information unless you (or mediator) asks them about the ‘boy’.


Conman arrested for taking wife for a ride

TIMES NEWS NETWORK

Mumbai:


He
appeared to be a successful lawyer and the perfect bridegroom. It was only months after the wedding that Sudhir Surve’s true identity emerged—that of a conman and a polygamist.


Surve (40)
is currently in the Oshiwara police’s custody. He has married thrice and his second wife, a 27-year-old beautician, has accused him of cheating her of Rs 14.5 lakh. The police suspect that he duped all the women he married.
Surve’s father is a former Mhada official and his mother was a schoolteacher. Surve is an Arts graduate.


According
to the police, beautician Sumita (name changed) had issued a matrimonial advertisement in a national daily in January 2007. Surve responded to the ad and visited Sumita’s Jogeshwari house. He posed as a lawyer and boasted of cases in the Supreme Court, which required him to travel to Delhi often. He also made false claims of owning a 5-acre plot at Thane, where he intended to build 50 bungalows for sale.
“Surve gained Sumita’s confidence by inviting her to his home at Sai Aishwarya building in Kandivli (E). His parents live in the same house but they were away that day. On May 14, 2007, the couple got married according to Hindu rituals and in the presence of few of Surve’s friends. But Surve did not get the marriage registered,’’ said senior inspector Kiran Sonone.


For
a few months after the marriage, all was well. Surve then told Sumita that he had bought a new flat in Malad (W) for Rs 50 lakh after selling the Kandivli (E) home. He, however, was falling short of money. He forced Sumita to sell a flat that belonged to her and part with Rs 14.5 lakh.


Later,
Surve stopped contacting Sumita. Whenever she called him, she was made to believe that he was not in town.


Sumita
then decided to visit some neighbours in the Kandivli building. She then learnt that Surve’s parents continued to live in the house and that the accused had remarried in August. Surve had also been married to a woman from Kolhapur before being introduced to Sumita’s family; he claimed to have obtained a divorce from her.
After Sumita lodged a complaint with the Oshiwara police, they trapped Surve on Saturday. A sum of Rs 11 lakh was recovered from him.


Surve
was booked on charges of cheating and produced before a local court, which remanded him in police custody till March 18.
Source of Image:
TIMES OF INDIA, police in action as
LUCK RUNS OUT for Sudhir Surve, who posed as a lawyer before marrying his second wife. The police suspect that he cheated his other wives too
Source:
TIMES OF INDIA
March 18, 2008

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Treatment of Premature Ejaculation consists of A and B as follows:

A
HOW TO SATISFY THE FEMALE PARTNER?
This is topic merits exclusive separate chapter.
B
HOW CAN I DELAY THE DISCHARGE?

ATips for satisfying female partner are not discussed on this page.
B
How to delay ejaculation?
1
Know what is normal time of discharge
Kill Unrealistic Expectations
They will only breed frustration
The causes of unrealistic expectation is given in
premature-ejaculation-2
2
Methods that do not use Medicines
Includes Yoga, Exercises, sex positions
3
Medicines
• Medicines Modern, Allopathy
• Homeopathy
• Ayurvedic or Ayurveda
meaning: Ancient Indian Science of Medicine
• Herbal or Natural Remedies

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Medicines used for delaying ejaculation

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HEALTH METER ©
1. Do you get sleep immediately?
2. Do you feel tired the whole day?
3. Do you experience exhaustion/fatigue easily?
4. Do you tend to postpone things that you have to do?
5. Do you feel guilty?
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6. Do you feel you are a failure?
7. Do you feel fresh on getting up in the morning?
8. Do you feel like you have not had enough rest and need to sleep more, but because it is compulsory you force yourself to get up for work?
9. Comparatively, do you feel fresh in morning or evening?
10. Do you feel afraid?
11. Do you sense heart beat increasing?
12. How many times in a day or week you feel fear like feeling?
13. Do you feel sad?
14. Do you feel it is better to die?
15. Do you feel like crying?
16. Do you feel like being alone and not mixing with people?
17. Do you tend to avoid social meeting and much talking?
18. Do you feel more irritated?
19. Do you tend to forget small things?
20. Does it appear difficult to take decisions?
21. Do you feel hopeless?
22. Do you feel helpless?
23. Do you have body pains and aches in different parts of body?
24. Have you done any blood or other investigations and if so are all of them normal?
25. Do you get only temporary relief when you take treatment for body health troubles?

Dr. Ashok Koparday
MBBS, FC SEPI
Medical Director
Samadhan India
Center for Therapy, Education, Research in
Sex, Marriage, Relationships

Ex. Teaching Faculty
Seth G. S. Medical College and K. E. M. Hospital and
Grant Medical College and Sir J. J. Group of Hospitals
University of Mumbai, India


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Sex Pictures

When I began my medical school, I wanted to see the female genitals. I rushed to the Anatomy Department’s Dissection, Room braving the smell of formalin, but the bodies available for dissection were a great disappointment. We had to share one body part amoung group of five students.
I sought some real pictures of ‘how it looks’ in the text books of medicine. They were disappointing too. Diagrams or dissected and labeled pictures were what we could get with maddening details about blood supply, nerve supply and the lymphatic drainage.
Mind you, I was not looking for pornography. Till then I had not seen porn pictures.

I am sure normal human beings, curious as they are, want to not just know but to see the hidden, hush hush, private parts.

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