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Condoms Help: Condoms can reduce the risk of std transmission during sex, whether oral, anal or vaginal. However, they are not 100% effective as some stds such as warts can be transmitted outside the area covered by a condom. Mutual masturbation (not orally) reduces the risk as well, though not to zero. The safest way is to have both partners tested and maintain a monogamous relationship. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I sometimes loose my erection just before penetration or even a few moments in the sex act with a new partner. Is this normal?
Normal?: Yes it could be normal but it could also be telling you that you are not doing the right thing. Please discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more
Abuse, any sort: But requiring a partner to have unprotected sex as a condition of the relationship is utterly vile and also unmasculine. To conceal a sexually transmissible disease in this setting can get you prosecuted in some jurisdictions. Threats, verbal or physical abuse, ridicule, damage to property -- all of these happen; the other person should end the relationship and maybe get help from the law. ...Read more
Here are some ....: Just see, feel, and ask him. If sex takes place consensually for lovely tender relation - not for mutual manipulation & control, sexual partners should honestly communicate with their visible & invisible spheres of life; thereby, you'll know if ejaculation occurs. Meanwhile, usually, a 31-yr sexually active female should be able to see if semen was ever inseminated. Detail? See Doc for counseling. ...Read more
I tried an sadly liked an unsafe sex act today. Not being the safest act, I'm worried I might try it again. Does that mean I have self control issues?
Humans and Sex: Humans and their sexual choices can be a very simple and a very complicated part of the human experience. First, I will speak frankly and try to teach at the same time. First you need to know how to prevent STDS. There are twelve common ones. Some can be vaccinated for. Some can be prevented with a medication before exposure. Third you need a doctor who get's you and can teach you both. ...Read more
Not harmful: Basically, the options are to have sex (of whatever kind), masturbate, or abstain. To abstain or masturbate should not harm you medically (i.e., "blue balls"). With that information, you can make your decisions according to your belief system and circumstances. Whatever your choice, be smart and be safe. If you feel your drive is harming you or others, then a psychiatrist or therapist can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This will help: A smaller penis is a plus with many women; the first three inches supply most of the nerve endings that give her pleasure. Nothing will really make it bigger, and if you're good with other aspects of lovemaking, it become a non-problem. Ejaculation can be delayed by learning methods such as the squeeze technique or a very small dose of a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor such as zoloft (sertraline). ...Read more
I had sex with my boyfriend and at the end i passed such act and not remember what happened the first time that happens to me is this normal?
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