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    Dr Sudhakar Krishnamurti, andrologist and microsurgeon, is the first Indian doctor to practice exclusive andrology. He is presently the Director of Andromeda Andrology Center, Hyderabad: India's first exclusive andrology centre. Dr Krishnamurti obtained his early medical education from the TN Medical College and BYL Nair Hospital, Bombay. During his academic career, he was awarded many gold medals, scholarships and prizes. After completing his M.S. in general surgery and serving as lecturer at the University of Bombay, Dr Krishnamurti obtained his andrological knowledge abroad - in the United States of America, Belgium, the UK, Germany and the Netherlands. Dr Krishnamurti is credited with many All India Firsts in the areas of investigative and operative andrology. He is the first Indian to start penile duplex doppler evaluation, Rigiscan monitoring and phalloarteriography for impotence. He has performed the first microsurgical varicocelectomy and the first microsurgical revascularization (bypass) operation for impotence. Many of his operative series for impotence and infertility are India's largest. In recognition of these, the Urological Society of India has conferred on him the 'Innovations in Urology' and 'State-of-the-Art Lecture' awards. Dr Krishnamurti is an active member of several academic associations and has presented and published several papers at national and international fora. He has been invited to lecture and / or operate in Germany, Italy, Malaysia, Turkey, Nepal, Muscat, China, France, Egypt, Taiwan, the Philippines, the Czech Republic, Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, Australia, Dubai and Korea. Dr Krishnamurti is the only Asian to have ever received the prestigious Herbert Newman award for original clinical research in the field of impotence. He was awarded this at the 6th World Impotence Meeting, Singapore, 1994, for having described a new penile dermal flap operation for Peyronie's disease - a disease which can cause impotence. Dr Krishnamurti is also the only Indian thrice appointed on the panel of WHO and ISSM-supported international sexual medicine and erectile dysfunction consultations. He is a committee member at the 1st, 2nd and 3rd International Consultation(s) on Erectile Dysfunction & Sexual Medicine, held in Paris in 1999, 2003, and 2008 respectively. He has co-authored, in consecutive editions, the consultation handbooks' chapter on 'Surgical Treatment and Mechanical Devices'. Dr Sudhakar Krishnamurti has also recently (2006) co-authored chapters in the International Society of Sexual Medicine (ISSM) Standards Committee's 'Textbook of Sexual Medicine'. This is the flagship reference book on the subject. In July, 2007, Dr. Sudhakar Krishnamurti became the only Indian to be admitted to the ESSM's sexual medicine fellowship program which began at St. Catherine's College, Oxford, UK.

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Yes. This is not uncommon. It occurs because the stimulation obtained during sexual intercourse is not enough to reach the orgasmic threshold. You...

Answered on : 16 Nov 2009

There are two factors here:

  1. There is a need for you to work on your relationship. After prolonged periods of separation, the need to...
Answered on : 15 Nov 2009

Treatment for Peyronie's disease aims at (1) amelioration of pain (2) arrest of progression of disease and (3) treatment of end stage deformity....

Answered on : 06 Oct 2009

If an erection is good in one situation but not in another, then the problem is with the situation and not with the penis. Anxiety on the...

Answered on : 01 Oct 2009

Your condition is known as paraphimosis. You need a circumcision. This is a simple operation, performable usually under local anesthesia, and...

Answered on : 02 Aug 2009

A lady that was getting vaginal pains during attempted intromission just two months ago is unlikely to have a `loose' (lax vagina). It is more...

Answered on : 25 Jul 2009

Of course, many elaborate tests are nowadays available to check if your colleague's son has impotence (erectile dysfunction). These include penile...

Answered on : 13 Jun 2009

Sexual arousal causes vasocongestion (increase in blood flow) of the genital organs and this might cause some congestive pain in the testes. Such...

Answered on : 10 Jun 2009

This kind of problem is quite common and eventually will occur in all condom users, especially within the same, single relationship. High levels...

Answered on : 09 Jun 2009

By leg is usually meant the calf region. Such pain is most likely to be related to posture and muscular contraction during intercourse. Sexual...

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