Low Libido

The decreased interest in sexual activity in both men and women is called low libido. Usually, there is a decrease in sexual desires as the person ages, and it is also normal to lose interest from time to time. But low libido due to an underlying illness like low production of sex hormones, sexual diseases, etc., is not healthy.

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Please suggest yoga asanas that would improve blood flow to testicles.

Query: Hi doctor, Please suggest me the yoga names to improve blood flow to the testicles. I have weak erections, watery semen, and loss of libido. I am taking Pantogem DSR for indigestion and Stalopam plus for stress. My local doctor prescribed these medicines.  Read Full »


Shakti Mishra

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Continue with the prescribed medication. Along with that meditation, exercises, and yoga can help improve your condition. Deep breathing, inhalation through nose and exhalation through the mouth, improves blood circulation. Suryanamaskar is the most efficient form ...  Read Full »

How can I increase my libido and erection for longer duration?

Query: Hello doctor, I have been watching porn since my 18 years and now I am 31 and got married. Recently, I am getting an erection but after ejaculation, I am unable to regain my erection and sometimes it goes down without even ejaculation. Please suggest so that I can have two to three times in the nig...  Read Full »


Dr. Parth Singh

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Good and satisfactory sex is never related to the frequency of intercourses in a day or duration of intercourse. Although these factors play an important role in sexual satisfaction but not the only factors. It is the quality of sexual encounters that matter. One can ha...  Read Full »

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