An internationally recognised authority on sexual medicine and impotence, Dr Sudhakar Krishnamurti has been working in the field since 1984, establishing India’s first andrology centre in 1989, in Hyderabad. He speaks to Omair Ahmad about his patients and their most common sexual problems.
India is the impotence capital of the world, not just in sheer numbers but also in prevalence rates. Impotence affects over 50 per cent of males above 40.
More women divorcing Non-Performing Husbands.
Paresh Desai, who practices at Bandra family court, says, “There are cases where women have cited sexual dissatisfaction as the reason for wanting divorce, but it cannot be the sole reason, as in court it doesn’t hold any merit. Such cases are either mutually sorted out or mental cruelty and other such factors are incorporated in to make the case stronger.”
Studies show one out of every 10 men in india is impotent.
“Impotence is a silent epidemic that is sweeping across the nation, the average victim being a middle-aged male otherwise healthy and successful,” says the centre’s director, urologist Vikram Sharma.
Now seeing all this it shouldn’t be a surprise why extra marital affairs are on a rise, this is definitely one of the reasons apart from many others.
This renowned h!ndu activist said impotence is rising among Hindu men.
On the other hand the musalman men are known for the highest fertility rate and potency. All the more reason for hindu females to go for musalman men.
Looks like someone followed the advice