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Comfort Partner Experience Ejaculation
Essentially no: If you mean female genital mutilation where the clitoris is removed. Preventing orgasms or interest in sex is a significant reason for female cirumcision/mutilation. Some women in the usa request removal of the clitoral hood to expose glans clitoris. Called by some female circumcision. This makes clitoris more sensitive more sensitive ; manipulation is more likely likely to result in an orgassm. ...Read more
Ejaculation occurs with a sexual climax during sex or masturbation or during so called "wet dreams". Pre-cum emission comes from cowper's gland with duct that opens into bulbar or mid- urethra urethra & ? Without warning. Then ejaculation occurs after semen enters urethra from ejaculatory duct, just beyond bladder neck which reflexly contracts followed by ...Read more
The usual way: There are no limits to sexual pleasure even after menopause. There are a few physiological changes which can be a problem, particularly dryness which can be compensated with solutions commercially available. You may need to increase your allure with lingerie, perfumes, special treats and times and sometimes more exotic activities (and locations). You can do it! ...Read more
Hiv risk with oral sex no ejaculation. unprotected vaginal sex without ejaculation. little to no precum. 6 years ago. ?
Have an HIV test: Assuming you're a woman with male partners, the chance of HIV is extremely low from just 2 exposures, especially if partner(s) not gay, bisexual, or injection drug users. But the answer to your concern about it is to have an HIV test. If these are your only HIV risks, you can definitely expect a negative result, after which you can stop worrying about it. Good luck! ...Read more
Partial anal penetration with no ejaculation no condom with circumsised men hiv risk for the women ?
Protection needed: What you describe could be a risk for a sexually transmitted disease, including HIV. Mucous membranes do not have 'protection' since they are moist, unlike skin say on the back of your hand that is tough and dry. So a penis inserted into an anal opening is technically a risk. Sorry to say. You should get information on having safe sex -it's highly advised. Women are at higher risk than men for HIV ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Here are some ...: The quality and quantity of sexual pleasure during sexual intercourse may widely vary among men although the feeling during climax and orgasm of coitus - for pleasure or reproduction - is its traditional ultimate goal; so do among women. How would you feel? That is a personal unique matter, and no one can answer for you. ...Read more
It you could: Experience it before, you can experience it after. It's still the same old penis you've grown to know and live, just in a new convertible model with the top down. ...Read more
High sex drive lesbian, in a 6yr relationship, patient but has been depresed&frusterated, no sex life even after talking wit partner, are feelings normal?
Hiv risk of unprotected oral sex and vaginal sex. separate incidents. no ejaculation. little to no pre ejaculate.
Use a condom!: All forms of unprotected sex leave both partners at higher risk for HIV, as well as other sexually transmitted diseases. Sexually transmitted diseases leave you more vulnerable to acquiring HIV. When you have unprotected sex, it is easy for semen, vaginal/rectal fluid or blood infected with HIV to enter your system, no matter the amount. ...Read more
My wife don't reach orgasm through penetration.She only reach orgasm through oral sex and manual stimulation.?
That's not uncommon: Assuming you are wanting both to happen at the same time you could try: her on top- she should be able to find the right stimulation. Start oral and near climax switch up. Place hand or fingers in a position near her clitorus while inside her. But make sure she is not having pain with the penetration- this will prevent orgasm, as will fear of pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Achieve hard erection while masturbate but not with the partner,no feelings and i many time wake with an erection.But lose erection during penitration?
Male HPV. 3 female partners. Stances on contacting these former partners? Vaginal AND oral-only partners? Trust they are already getting proper care?
Probably no need: There is no need to inform them. Since 90% of all people get HPV, and at any time 30-50% of sexually active persons are infected, your partners are at no higher risk because you have been diagnosed. If any of your partners is quite recent (in the past 6 months) and if you have genital warts, tell them so they can be on the lookout for warts. Otherwise don't worry about it. ...Read more
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