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In Asian countries, child bearing is a social obligation. Experience of infertility profoundly affects the personal well-being of women. Women with infertility are at a higher risk of anxiety, depression, and Intimate partner violence (IPV). In this background the present study was carried out to determine IPV and psychiatric comorbidity in women with infertility. Hundred consecutive women with primary infertility in the age group of 18 years to 45 years were included in the study. Psychiatric diagnosis was made according to DSM-5.
Based on review of literature World Health Organization (WHO) Global Burden of Disease Study has estimated that psychiatric disorders are among the most burdensome, around the globe and has suggested general population surveys for future research. This study aims to estimate the prevalence of psychiatric disorders and study their association with various socioeconomic variables. This was an exploratory study where a door-to-door survey of the entire population residing in a South Indian village was done (n = 3033).
Anxiety and depression are common mental health disorders that are responsible for considerable societal burden. There are no data on cost-efficacy and medication compliance related to the treatment of these disorders in rural India. All consenting adults (n = 455) diagnosed with generalized anxiety or (unipolar) depressive disorders in Suttur village, Karnataka, were treated with open-label fluoxetine (20–60 mg/day), sertraline (50–150 mg/day), escitalopram (10–20 mg/day), desvenlafaxine (50–150 mg/day), duloxetine (30–90 mg/day), amitriptyline (75–150 mg/day)
The World Health Organization Atlas reveals lower bed and mental health professionals ratio per population in India. This may be due to a poor allocation of funding in the mental health sector by the Government. This resulted in a lack of complete and comprehensive care ranging from acute treatment to long-term rehabilitation throughout the country. The spiral of specialist care needs such as deaddiction, child psychiatric needs, and rehabilitation facility are available only to a handful of the population in metropolitan cities in India.
The introduction of PDE-5 inhibitors revolutionized the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (ED). It remains the First-Line therapy for ED. Man men are initially refractory or become refractory to PDE-5 inhibitors. So, Combination therapy is gaining importance in these set of patients especially in men with severe ED.
Vitamin D deficiency has emerged as a risk factor in a range of condition, from diabetes to hypertension, and heart disease all of which are related to ED. Endothelial dysfunction has been demonstrated to play an important role in pathogenesis of erectile dysfunction (ED) and vitamin D deficiency is deemed to promote endothelial dysfunctions. Low levels of vitamin D are significantly and independently associated with low levels of testosterone in otherwise healthy middle-aged men which can also be a reason for ED.