Before going to the sexologist in Delhi, many people have spent time asking questions such as: What professional can help me with this sexual problem? Is it time to go to a sexologist? What problems does a sexologist treat? Why do people go to a sexologist?
A sexologist is a professional who has completed MBBS, MD, and who develops tasks related to sex education, sexual information or orientation, sexual dysfunctions, and sexological counseling and/or sex and couples therapy.
Therefore, one of the tasks that sexologists frequently perform is caring for people with sexual and/or relationship difficulties or problems.
At Dr P K Gupta Sexologist Clinic in Delhi, people with difficulties or problems in their sexuality are cared for, as well as people with doubts or concerns about sexuality, couples or affective relationships.
Therefore, it is common for people to attend the sexology consultation:
As we can see, a wide variety of difficulties (or problems, or concerns) are dealt with in the sexology consultation. Occasionally, and as we have mentioned on other occasions, there is the collaboration of other professionals (urology, gynecology, pelvic floor physiotherapy…).
Although it is less frequent, in our work as sexologists we also find that there are people who come to a consultation simply to ask about a matter that they are unaware of, related to sexuality, or to clarify a doubt, or to enrich and improve a sexual life that already exists.
And, of course, and linking to the above, people who are dedicated to sexology also carry out sexual education at all ages, adapted to the people or group in question.
In our work as sexologists we have seen that people have traditionally found it difficult to go to a sexologist doctor in Delhi, often thinking about it for a long time before going, or going when the problem was already serious or they had been suffering from it for several years.
But for some time now, we have seen that the situation is changing, people are valuing mental and sexual health more and the taboo that existed in this regard (if a person went to a psychologist or a sexologist, it was very difficult for them to discuss it with their friends or relatives) is disappearing.
Possibly the fact that many people with mental health problems are sharing it on networks (or with their friends) has contributed to the partial disappearance of this taboo. We also see that there is a greater social debate about the mental and psychological health needs of the population, which have also influenced the vision of sexuality problems and the need to receive attention to them.
Hopefully every day it will be easier to go to the sexology consultation, because happiness and sexual health are valued as part of the well-being of the person, because the taboo related to talking about sexuality is eliminated and going to a sex specialist doctor in Delhi if it is normalized you need. Just as some part of our body hurts and we go to the doctor, or our back bothers us and we go to a physiotherapist, and we have no problem commenting on it, or we don’t wait until it’s very bad to seek help.
And of course, hopefully the day will come when the population pressures public administrations to allocate more resources to the much-needed sexual education, which would avoid so many problems and disappointments.
Meanwhile, and returning to the question with which we began this section (“Is it time to go to a sexologist?”), one could answer that if the person feels bad about some aspect related to their sexuality, or does not have erotic satisfaction, or you feel bad about a matter related to your affectivity or relationships, or you have concerns or doubts, or you simply want support to enrich your sexuality and your relationships, indeed, a sexologist in Delhi can be very helpful.