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Sexology ytt

  1. 1. SEXOLOGY• YESTERDAY• TODAY• TOMORROW
  2. 2. Presentation ByProf. D. Narayana Reddy Dega Institute A-2, Ravi Towers, 53 / 22, Hindi Prachar Sabha St. T.Nagar, Chennai – 600 017. Ph No : 044 – 52024828 / 24354242 E.mail : dnr@degainstitute.net Website : www.degainstitute.net
  3. 3. Menu• Time Frame• Pioneers & Their Works• Therapeutic Options : Evolution
  4. 4. TIME FRAME• Yesterday ( Past : ? – 1950 )• Today ( Present : 1950 – 2005 )• Tomorrow ( Future : 2005 - ? )
  5. 5. PIONEERS & THEIR WORKS • Indians • Non Indians
  6. 6. PIONEERS & THEIR WORKS INDIANS (Slide 1 of 2) .• Prajapathi :  1,00,000 chapters• Nandi :  Kamashastra ( 1000 chapters)• Swetaketu :  500 chapters• Bhabhravya :  150 chapters / 7 Parts.• Vaatsyayana :  Kamasutra (300–400 AD)• Kokkoka :  Rati Rahasya (1000-1200 AD)• Padmasri :  Nagara Sarvasvam (1000 AD)
  7. 7. PIONEERS & THEIR WORKS INDIANS – (Slide 2 of 2) .• Jyotirisa or Kavisekhara : P ra ja p a th i  Panch Saayaka ( 1300 AD) N andi• Yasodhara :  Jayamangala (1000 – 1300 AD) S w e ta k e tu• Praudha Devaraja : B h a b h ra v y a  Rati Ratna Pradipika ( 1400 AD) V a a tsy a y a n a• Jaydeva :  Ratimanjari ( 1500 AD) K okkoka• Kalyanamalla : P a d m a sri  Anangaranga (1600 AD)• Narsing Shastri :  Sutravritti ( 1800 AD)• Bapalal Vaidhya :  Abhinav Kamasastra (1962 AD)
  8. 8. PIONEERS & THEIR WORKS NON - INDIANS (Slide 1 of 2) .• Plato : (427 – 347 BC)• Marquis de Sade : (1740 – 1814 AD)  120 Days of Sodom, The Adversities of Virtue, Justine, & Juliette• Leopold Von Sacher – Masoch (1836 – 1895 AD)  Venus in Furs• Sigmund Freud : ( 1856 – 1939 AD)  Psychoanalysis  Id, Ego & Superego;  Libido• Henry Havelock Ellis : ( 1859 – 1939 AD)  Studies in Psychology of Sex Criminology & Sexology as Sciences
  9. 9. PIONEERS & THEIR WORKS NON - INDIANS (Slide 2 of 2) .• Kraft Ebbing : (1840 – 1905 AD)  Psychopathia Sexualis Plato• Ivan Petrovich Pavlov : (1849 – 1936 AD) M arquis de Sade  Conditioning Leopold V on Sacher –• Magnus Hirschfield (1868 – 1935 AD) M asoch  Journal on Sexual Pathology Sigm und Freud  Homosexuality & Transvestism H enry H avelock Ellis• Margaret Sanger : (1883 – 1966 AD) 1st President of IPPF• Marie Stopes : (1880 – 1958 AD) 1st British Birth Control Clinic• Charles Alfred Kinsey : (1894 – 1956 AD)  Sexual Behaviour in the Human Males  Sexual Behaviour in the Human Females
  10. 10. PIONEERS & THEIR WORKS Non Indians Indians
  11. 11. PIONEERS & THEIR WORKS NON - INDIANS (Slide 1 of 3) .• Lawson Wilkins & John Money : (1950’s)  1st Paediatric Endocrine Clinic; Gender Identity• James Seman : (1956 AD)  Stop Start Technique• Michael Balient : (1957 AD)  Female Sexual Dysfunctions - Brief Psychotherapy• Wolpe : (1958 AD)  Systematic desensitisation
  12. 12. PIONEERS & THEIR WORKS NON - INDIANS (Slide 2 of 3) .• Masters & Johnson : (1966/ 1979) L aw so n W ilk in s &  Sexual Response Cycle Jo h n M o n ey Jam es S em an  Dual Sex Therapy M ich ael B alien t  Textbook of Sexual Medicine W o lp e• Sexual Response Cycle : » Excitement Phase » Plateau Phase » Orgasmic Phase » Resolution Phase
  13. 13. PIONEERS & THEIR WORKS NON - INDIANS (Slide 3 of 3) .• Helen Kaplan : (1974 - 1979) L aw so n W ilk in s &  Desire Phase - Sexual Response Jo h n M o n ey Jam es S em an  New Sex Therapy  Disorders of Sexual Desire M ich ael B alien t W o lp e• Beverley Whipple : (1981) Masters & Johnson  The G-Spot Sexual Response Cycle• Pfizer/ Irwin Goldstein : (1998) » Sildenafil Citrate (Viagra)• Laura & Jennifer Berman : (2000) Female Sexual Dysfunction - Cutting Edge Research
  14. 14. PIONEERS & THEIR WORKS INDIANS – (Slide 1 of 2) .• Dr A.P.Pillay : (1889 – 1956)  Family Planning Practice  International Journal of Sexology  Disorders of Sex and Reproduction• Dr C.S.Agarwal : (1979)  Founder of Defunct “Indian Academy of Sexology”  The 1st National Conference of Sexology• Prof. Prakash Kothari : (1979)  Founder IASECT  Orgasm- Reclassification( 1981)  Orgasm– New Dimensions (1989)• Prof. J.V.Bhatt & Prof. Prakash Kothari : (1981)  The first Department of Sexual Medicine in India
  15. 15. PIONEERS & THEIR WORKS INDIANS – (Slide 2 of 2) . Dr A.P.Pillay Dr C.S.Agarw al• Dr Mahinder C. Watsa : (1982) Prof. Prakash Kothari Dr J.V.Bhatt & » ICSEP / CSEPI Prof. Prakash Kothari• The 7th World Congress of Sexology : (1985)• Prof. D. Narayana Reddy : (1998)  The first Department of Sexual Medicine in South India
  16. 16. PIONEERS & THEIR WORKS Could be
  17. 17. THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS: EVOLUTION YESTERDAY – (Slide 1 of 2)• Herbal Preparations :Oral, Topical Applications & Genital Applications• Mechanical gadgets• Spanish fly (Cantharidine)• Androgens / Testosterone• Alcohol• Barbiturates & Hypnotics• LSD
  18. 18. THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS: EVOLUTION YESTERDAY – (Slide 2 of 2)Amphetamine, Cocaine, Serotonin, DopamineVasodilators (Amyl Nitrite)Andrenergic antagonists ( Yohimbine)Topical anestheticsClomipramineIndoraminePenile ringsVibrators, Dildos (1869 / 1883)
  19. 19. THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS: EVOLUTION TODAY (Slide 1 of 2)Sex Counselling / Sex Therapy (1960’s)Vibrators (1968)Vacuum Suction Devices (1917 / 1973)Penile Prosthetics (1970’s)ICIVAD (1980’s) (Papaverine, Phentolamine, Prostaglandin E1)Electroejaculation(1981)Intra Urethral Delivery Systems (MUSE) (1997)
  20. 20. THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS: EVOLUTION TODAY (Slide 2 of 2)Antidepressants (Fluoxetine, Paroxetine)PDE 5’ Inhibitors (Sildenafil Citrate) (1998)Nitric OxideApomorphine – SL (2000)Clitoral devices, (2000)Doctor K’s Cream (2000)PDE 5’ Inhibitors (Tadalafil, Vardenafil) (2001)Testosterone patches (2004)Dapoxetine (2005)
  21. 21. THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS: EVOLUTION TOMORROW (Slide 1 of 2)Second generation PDE 5’ InhibitorsSecond generation Dopaminergic agonistsOral PhentolaminePotassium Channel ModulatorsTopical preparations ( Prostaglandin E1)Endothelin antagonists
  22. 22. THERAPEUTIC OPTIONS: EVOLUTION TOMORROW (Slide 2 of 2)Gene growth factor TherapyPheromonesEpinephrine / Nor – EpinephrineNeurotransmitters ( Dopamine, Serotonin, Alpha – MelanocytePolypeptide)OxytocinVasoactive Intestinal PolypeptidesCavernosal Tissue Culture & TransplantStem Cell Application
  23. 23. “With gratitude to Lord Kamadev.”
  24. 24. Thank youProf. D. Narayana Reddy Dega Institute A-2, Ravi Towers, 53 / 22, Hindi Prachar Sabha St. T.Nagar, Chennai – 600 017. Ph No : 044 – 52024828 / 24354242 E.mail : dnr@degainstitute.net Website : www.degainstitute.net

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