Dr. Rajsinh Sawant - Manas Sex and Psychotherapy Clinic
Dr. Rajsinh Sawant
Dr.Rajsinh Sawant is Consulting Sexologist, Psychotherapist & Hypnotherapist in Kolhapur, Maharashtra. He is one of the best sexologists in Kolhapur as well as South Maharashtra & has an experience of 17 years in the field of Sexology. He is Certified Sex Therapist, Sex Educator and Counselor. He is also available at Manas Sex and Psychotherapy Clinic, 3rd Floor, Omega Towers, Rajarampuri 9th Lane, Kolhapur - 416008, Maharashtra, India..
Dr.Rajsinh Sawant is super specialist in the field of sexology & sexual health. He is very much interested in creating awareness about sexual health in Indian Society. He continuously participates in activities regarding development of sexology and mental health that are organized by various organizations, societies and institutes of Reproductive and Sexual Health. He wrote more than 120 articles about sexual and mental health in the leading Marathi Newspapers and Magazines. His motto is 'Enjoyble and appreciable sexual and mental health for everyone.' According to him 'Sexercise' is must for everyone to attain positive sexual and mental health.
Most couples who face sexual problems are keen on getting it solved by seeking expert advice and take appropriate treatment but they don't know where to go and whom to approach. If they know, they feel shy to visit a sex clinic or discuss it with a sex therapist. Dr.Rajsinh Sawant is a qualified sexologist and sex therapist who can deal with sexual problems in a friendly way without making the couples feel uncomfortable.
Dr.Rajsinh Sawant offers personal counselling to individuals or couples facing sexual problems that includes low sexual desire, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, vaginismus, inability to orgasm. Dr.Sawant believes in using medication as well as sexercises, psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Manas Sex and Psychotherapy Clinic Kolhapur
Treatments We Offer
Today, 1/3rd People on the globe are suffering from Sexual Problems. Most couples who face sexual problems are keen on getting it solved by seeking expert advice and take appropriate treatment but they don't know where to go and whom to approach. If they know, they feel shy to visit a sex clinic or discuss it with a sex therapist. Dr.Rajsinh Sawant is a qualified sexologist and sex therapist who can deal with sexual problems in a friendly way without making the couples feel uncomfortable.
Sex Therapy and Counselling
Sex Therapy can help improve your love life and physical intimacy – 93% of couples said our service improved their sex life."Sex therapy is conducted by a person trained in psychological methods of treatment and rehabilitation for sex and relationship problems."Read More
Sex education is instruction on issues relating to human sexuality, including emotional relations and responsibilities, human sexual anatomy, sexual activity, sexual reproduction, age of consent, reproductive health, reproductive rights, safe sex, birth control and sexual abstinence.Read More
Premarital counseling is a type of therapy that helps couples prepare for marriage. Premarital counseling can help ensure that you and your partner have a strong, healthy relationship — giving you a better chance for a stable and satisfying marriage.Read More
Marriage counselling is conducted with couples in individual and joint sessions in order to resolve marriage and relationship problems.Read More
Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, is a way to help people with a broad variety of mental illnesses and emotional difficulties. Psychotherapy can help eliminate or control troubling symptoms so a person can function better and can increase well-being and healing.Read More
Hypnotherapy is a type of complementary and alternative medicine in which the mind is used in an attempt to help with a variety of problems, such as breaking bad habits or coping with stress.Read More
Sexual problems are very common and most men and women will experience problems at some point in their life. Sexual problems are only a concern if they are consistently affecting your ability to have or enjoy sex, or if you find them to be an issue.
Premature ejaculation means ejaculation of semen during sexual intercourse before or immediately after penetration.
Delayed (Retarded) Ejaculation
Delayed ejaculation (DE) is a common medical condition. Also called' retarded ejaculation', this condition occurs when it takes a prolonged period of sexual stimulation for a man to ejaculate.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to get or keep an erection firm enough to have sexual intercourse. It is also referred as impotence.
Male infertility refers to a male's inability to cause pregnancy in a fertile female. In humans it accounts for 40-50% of infertility. It affects approximately 7% of all men.
Dyspareunia is defined as persistent or recurrent genital pain that occurs just before, during or after intercourse.
Vaginismus is a painful spasmodic contraction of the vagina in response to physical contact or pressure, especially during sexual intercourse.
Female Orgasmic Disorder
Female orgasmic disorder (FOD) is the persistent or recurrent inability of a woman to have an orgasm (climax or sexual release) after adequate sexual arousal and sexual stimulation.
Female Sexual Arousal Disorder (Frigidity)
Female sexual arousal disorder (FSAD) refers to the persistent or recurrent inability of a woman to achieve or maintain an adequate lubrication-swelling response during sexual activity.
Years of Experience
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FAQs : Frequently Asked Questions
Sexology is the scientific study of human sexuality, including human sexual interests, behaviour, and function. Sexology may use tools from a variety of academic fields, including biology, psychology, education, sociology, anthropology, criminology, medicine, epidemiology, and neurology. Sexologists study and work within specialist areas in the field including sexual development over the lifespan (child, adolescent and ageing sexuality), sexual relationships, sexual behaviour and activity, sexual identity and orientation and also with groups (cultures, people with a disability, adolescents, sex in older age). The study of sexual function is also part of the sexology, and may include, sexual dysfunctions like anaorgasmia, erectile dysfunction, vaginismus, and sexual pain, among others.
A sexologist is someone who has studied all areas of sex including anatomy, physiology, sexual development, sexual orientation, the dynamics of sexual relationships, as well as the mechanics of sexual contact/acts. A sexologist looks to other disciplines to understand human sexuality such as history, sociology, psychology, biology, gender studies, and more, in order to see how sex works in the context of social, cultural and religious environments.
A clinical sexologist focuses on treating sexual dysfunctions, disorders, and variations.A clinical sexologist will use psychological counselling methods such as cognitive behavioral techniques to identify dysfunctional myths and beliefs surrounding sexuality, sex education and couple's counselling to empower clients to experience sexuality in a different way.
No, masturbation is not at all harmful. It is a healthy sexual activity and one of the ways of experiencing sexual pleasure. Masturbation does not cause impotence, sexual weakness, infertility, low sperm count, deformity of penis etc. In fact, masturbation has several health benefits.
This is one of the most commonly asked questions by men. It is the mental perception of the men that longer penis size means greater satisfaction, which is not true. Actually the depth of the vagina is about 6 inches and only outer one third (2 inches) is most sensitive. So for female sexual satisfaction, the size of an erect penis can be anything from 2 inches or more.
It's common for the penis to curve slightly to the left or right when it's erect. However, if you have a more significant bend in your penis, which may cause you pain or difficulty having sex.These can sometimes be symptoms of Peyronie's disease.
Yes. ... Usually, the right testicle is larger than the left. Also, one testicle (usually the left) often hangs lower than the other.
Trauma or injury to the testicles can cause pain, but pain in the testicle is often the result of medical issues that will require treatment. These include: damage to the nerves of the scrotum caused by diabetic neuropathy. epididymitis, or inflammation of the testicles, caused by STD.
Phimosis is defined as the inability to retract the skin (foreskin or prepuce) covering the head (glans) of the penis. Phimosis may appear as a tight ring or "rubber band" of foreskin around the tip of the penis, preventing full retraction.
Paraphimosis is a condition that only affects uncircumcised males. It develops when the foreskin can no longer be pulled forward over the tip of the penis. This causes the foreskin to become swollen and stuck, which may slow or stop the flow of blood to the tip of the penis. The condition can lead to serious complications if it isn't treated.
Andropause is a condition that is associated with the decrease in the male hormone testosterone. It is unlike menopause in that the decrease in testosterone and the development of symptoms is more gradual than what occurs in women. Approximately 30% of men in their 50s will experience symptoms of andropause caused by low testosterone levels.
Yes. For many people sexual health issues present within an intimate relationship so it is often useful to explore other aspects of that relationship. The most important thing to remember is that at Manas Sex and Psychotherapy Clinic, we use our knowledge and experience to help you achieve your goals. If your goals of therapy extend beyond the sexual aspects of the relationship then we can assist you with them too.
Some people prefer to attend an initial session by themselves and then bring their partner to subsequent sessions. Sometimes both partners have individual sessions 'to get stuff of their chest' prior to commencing couples work. Others prefer to attend with their partner from the onset and some choose to never bring their partner to a session. Whether you attend alone or with your partner is entirely up to you and what you feel most comfortable with. At Manas Sex and Psychotherapy Clinic, we have the experience and expertise to work with you however you choose to engage in sessions.