1. Who is a Sexologist?
Sexologists are persons who study the sexual health and behavior of people. They are people from different backgroungs such as medicine, psychology, anthropology etc. but have advanced degrees in this field. Clinical sexologists are doctors who have a degree in medicine and have specialized in sexology.
2. How can a Sexologist help?
A sexologist can help in resolving various issues of sexual concerns. They offer medicines as well as therapy to individuals as well as couples to improve their intimacy and sexual health.
3. What problems a Sexologist can treat?
Sexologists can treat problems such as low sexual drive, abnormal sexual behaviour, pain during intercourse, vaginal dryness, sexual fantasies, guilt about having sex etc.
4. When do you need to see a sex therapist?
One needs to visit a sex therapist when couples and individuals need to have a fair talk about sex. Sex therapists get to the root of the problem about the conditions that alter sexual patterns such as erectile dysfunction, difficulty in orgasms, permature ejaculation, cancers, low libido etc.
5. Sexologist and sex therapists, are they the same?
Sexologists can offer sex therapy if they are appropriately trained. In general, sexologists offer medications for treating diseases affecting sexual health.