PATIENT CASE HISTORY - 2
Pradeep came with his wife, who was looking for a child at that time. But Pradeep was suffering from erectile failure and some sort of impotence. He visited a number of sexologists, without any benefit. Our gynaecologist enquired after a short interview about the educational qualifications of the couple. Pradeep’s wife who looked very unhappy and bit reluctant to co-operate, informed that she was a Ph. D. student in Anthropology. Pradeep mentioned that he could not complete his post-graduation and had to join a service, to meet the demand of his family. Our gynaecologist immediately shouted at his wife and told that she should not boast about her Ph. D. programme, as even a child can do Ph. D. in this subject, and that she suffered from personality disorder as she was not speaking to the doctor directly. Pradeep’s wife broke into tears and she left the doctor’s room with Pradeep’s intimate support forever. After one and a half months, Pradeep came back with positive pregnancy test report, and informed that his sexual dysfunction had passed off. In a clinical meeting, the gynaecologist explained that this impotence was psychological, as Pradeep suffered from inferiority complex because of the disparity of educational status, which his wife reminded him every now and then. The doctor anticipated it and shattered Pradeep’s wife’s ego during the interview. Thereby, success came without using any medicine.
PATIENT CASE HISTORY - 3
A young engineer who was quite successful in his profession, came with his school teacher wife because of their childlessness. He was suffering from anejaculation, both during staying with his wife and if he attempted manually. He was subjected to even test tube baby programme by collecting his sperm from his testis through needle aspiration, but all went in vain. On enquiry, it was found that he suffered from insensible ejaculation (night fall, as called), which happens weekly or at fortnight interval. During that, he wakes up because his night dreams get soiled .Our gynaecologist took advantage of this and made a plan. He sterilized condoms and thereby the spermicidal jelly of the condom was destroyed, and he advised the young engineer to wear it at weekly interval and following the spontaneous ejaculation, he should collect the semen in the syringe and inseminate in his wife’s passage. That resulted in spontaneous pregnancies, and the couple could parent 2 children.
PATIENT CASE HISTORY - 4
Mampi came to the clinic at the age of 15 with primary amenorrhea, and she was found to have absent passage as well as womb (RKH Syndrome). On ultrasound and laparoscopy, she was found to have normal ovaries and tubes. Our director performed a surgery to create her uterus as well as vagina surgically. She started her periods following the operation, which continued for 2 to 3 years and then it became scanty and far between. Mampi completed her education and got married to a generous gentleman, who was her friend from college and ultimately became her colleague. Mampi approached our clinic to have a baby, but it was not possible to have such in her own womb, because it was not a normal one. Our teams arranged for an IVF with surrogacy and it became successful in the first attempt, and Mampi is a happy mother of a nice baby girl.