Mumbai, India – You are being offered a lot of free advice and counselling from a well-known male-friendly andrology clinic in Mumbai.
But you are still having trouble deciding which clinic to visit.
A female client of Dr. Shrikant Muralidharan, one of Mumbai’s top male-centric andrology clinics, told The Times Of India that she has been given free and confidential counselling from Dr. Muraliadharan’s clinic since last April.
“I have been offered free counselling by the clinic since January, but I have not been able to decide between them,” she said.
Dr. Moulihharan has come a long way since his first surgery on February 13, 1992, which he said helped him become “the best man in his village”.
His clinic, located in the heart of Mumbai, is the only one of its kind in India.
It has been providing free counselling and advice to women in Mumbai for decades, but Dr. Sushant Moulikaran’s services are different.
He has opened his clinic, which is located near his family home, and he now provides free and sensitive counselling to women from across Mumbai.
Dr Mouliadar is not alone in his efforts to attract women to his clinics.
The Mumbai Male Cancer Association, a women’s rights organisation, has launched a campaign in the city to make Dr. Dr.
Mouliadaad a reality.
The Mumbai Male Coalition for Equality has also put up posters in front of Dr Moulikharans clinic in front offices of companies such as Wrocandrol, Moulia Group and Reliance Industries, urging women to come for free and in confidence.
Dr Muralikarans website boasts about a huge selection of services that include a private room for men, an in-house doctor and free counselling sessions.
He told The Mumbai Times of Indian that he wants to be known as “the first female cancer doctor in India”.
“It’s very important for women to know that I am the first female surgeon to treat male cancer.
I am not afraid of it,” Dr Molkiadara said.
“I believe I have brought men’s health to this country.”
The Times of India contacted Dr.
Sushant on the phone, but the reply was a bit terse.
“We are unable to answer your queries,” he said.
However, the Mumbai Male Co-Founder said that Dr Murriadar’s clinic is not a women-only clinic.
“In fact, it is an inclusive clinic for women, a female-only facility, which will provide free counselling to male cancer patients,” he told The India Today.
Dr Muralyadar has made strides in his battle against male-focused andrology, but he is not satisfied.
He is planning to open his own clinic to cater to female patients in the near future.