1. Who is a Sexologist?
A sexologist is a person who studies human sexuality and sexual behaviour and has a doctoral level degree in the chosen subject. Sexologists can provide sex counselling or sex therapy.
2. How can a Sexologist help?
Sexologists educate people about how to lead satisfying, safe and fulfilling sex lives by specifically addressing the issues which may include psychological or physiological problems.
3. What problems a Sexologist can treat?
A sexologist who is working as a sex therapist provides counselling or assistance related to sexual problems by talking the person.
4. When do you need to see a sex therapist?
When you are facing difficulties in your sex life like, mismatched desires to have sex or disinterest in sex, then the sex therapist will be able to help resolve the issues.
5. Sexologist and sex therapists, are they the same?
A Sexologist is a person who studies human sexual behaviour and sexuality and a sex therapist is a sexologist working in a clinical setup to advise people to overcome sex life related issues.
Medical study of human sexuality and human sexual interests along with functions and behavior is called Sexology. Doctors or physicians who are specialized in diagnosing and treating medical conditions related to sex organs and sexual activity are Sexologists. They also provide sex counseling and sex therapy.
A Sexologist can help an individual with issues related to sexual life, sexual wants, inabilities, satisfying sexual activities, satisfying their partners, sexual trauma, sexual abuse, and difficulty in getting intimate. Sexologists may also improve sexual communication between the partners and can immediately cure the problem and its suitable treatment.
A Sexologist can be consulted in the following situations:
Following are a few of the conditions treated by Sexologists:
Based on the health condition of sexual organs and sexual activity, one should visit a Sexologist on a yearly basis. It is recommended to visit or consult a Sexologist once in a year.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases [STDs] are the medical conditions or infections caused by having unprotected sex or sexual intercourse. Both men and women are equally prone to contracting STDs through either vaginal, anal, or oral sexual intercourse. STDs can transmit from one person to another through any kind of sexual contact. Sexologists can diagnose and treat STDs with the help of medications and lifestyle modifications. Having multiple sex partners will increase the chances of getting an STD.