Dr Mittal is one of the top sexologist in Gurgaon (Delhi NCR) region. He has presented several papers on national level conferences related to sexual problems. He got INDIA HEALTHCARE
AWARD, 2014. His team include following specialist: Psychiatrist, Dermatologist, Gynecologist, Plastic Surgeon, General Physician, General Surgeon and Psychotherapist.
In allopathy (English Medicine) single specialist cannot manage all sexual problems. Many times treatment is needed from the team of doctors (like we have) from different specialties with proper co-ordination between treating doctors.
Most common reasons for sexual problems in young population are psychological. Even if primary sexual dysfunction non psychological in origin but psychological factors like secondary depression and stress exacerbate the sexual problems, so psychiatrist can also co ordinate treatment between different specialty.
Apart from that Endocrinologist (for hormonal imbalance), Plastic-surgeon (for structural defect), Dermatologist (for skin problems in genital area and sexually transmitted disease) and Gynecologist (for infertility related issues) also treat these patients and appropriate referral should taken in presence of such problems. But patient should avoid non medical persons (quacks) for treatment.
What are the common sexual problems?
Common psycho-sexual problems are Premature ejaculation, Erectile dysfunction, Dhat
syndrome, Low sex drive (decrease libido), Difficulty with orgasm, Pain during intercourse,
Problems related to homosexuality and Problems related to masturbation.
What causes sexual problems?
Sexual dysfunction can be a result of a psychological or physical problem.
Psychological causes: Most common cause in young patients. These include
performance anxiety, emotional weakness, inferiority complex, stress, marital or
relationship problems, low mood, feelings of guilt, and the effects of a past sexual
and emotional trauma. Men with psychological problem usually have normal nocturnal
erections and erections upon awakening, whereas men with physical problem often
Physical causes: neurological disorders, alcoholism, drug abuse, hormonal
imbalances, diabetes, hypertension, blood vessel disease and chronic diseases.
Are sexual problems treatable?
How sexual problems are treated?
Following steps are followed: Assessment of problem - Identification of psychological
and physical causes by history, examination and lab tests - Education and counseling
- Drug treatment - Referral from other specialist according to cause of the problem.
(1) Sohna Road,Gurgaon:
Confidence Clinic (Dr Mittal Clinic), The Sapphire Mall, 248 (Second Floor), Behind Omaxe city centre, Opposite Orchid Petals society, Sohna Road, Sector 49, Gurgaon (Haryana) Address:
Daily 12 PM – 3 PM (Including Sunday, Except Friday)
Friday Time: 6PM – 9PM (From 17/08/2015). Consultation Time :
9810971776 Coordinator: Neeraj (call time: 9AM to 9PM) For appointment contact :
(If number is busy then patient can drop their SMS on given mobile number)
600 INR. (100 INR registration fee extra from new patients and 100 INR fee extra on Sunday) Consultation Fee: :
Home Visit: Only for difficult cases or VIP patients. Charges for 30 minutes consultation: 5000 INR.
Contact: 9810971776 (Coordinator: Anubhav)
National level research presentation on Sexual Health by Dr Ashish mittal
"TREATMENT COMPLIANCE IN PATIENTS WITH SEXUAL DYSFUNCTIONS IN TERTIARY CARE CENTRE".
Dr Ashish Kumar Mittal. Poster presented in 64th Annual National Conference of Indian
Psychiatric Society conference, Cochin.
"SEXUAL DYSFUNCTIONS AND CO MORBID ILLNESS IN PATIENT COMING TO TERTIARY CARE CENTRE".
Dr Ashish Kumar Mittal. Paper presented in 64th Annual National Conference of Indian
Psychiatric Society conference, Cochin.
International Research Publication on sexual health:
Sexual Dysfunctions in Rural Population as Indicators of Psychiatric and Addiction Problems. Ashish Mittal, Gupta V, Kapoor A, Dang P. International Journal of Scientific Study. September, 2014.
Doctor write-up published in MY CITY magazine regarding sexual health in June 2014: