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Im 30 year old and im not getting wet doing sex like i use too what can i take n do so i can get wet again cuz my boyfriend is getting cut doing sex.
Sensual focusing: Spend at least 20-30 minutes of extended foreplay, communicating to your sexual partner what feels good and what doesn't. Use sexual lubricant like AstroGlide. Massage therapy ( no intercourse ), music, aromatherapy, adult movies, and/or oral stimulation may all help. Avoid intercourse for a least 3 days and concentrate on erotic stimulation: be vocal and direct with your sex partner. Get GYN chec ...Read more
Having penis cut after sex and sometimes after erection. Heals itself after few days and comes again when sexually active. Please help?
Penis: not a usual occurrence so perhaps a visit with a Doctor would be best. ...Read more
I have a poor healed scar after my delivery.Nine years since then &i suffer from pain durin sex.The cut is on the side of opening.Could vagisil help?
Probably not: Vagisil is unlikely to provide relief. It sounds as if you have an unstable scar. Vagisil could even slow healing. I would recommend twice a day sitz baths. Plastic surgeons differ in their recommendations for wound healing creams such as silvadene (silver sulfadiazine) or copper containing solutions. I would refrain from sex until healed for 3-6 weeks. If the pain persists scar revisionist be necessary. ...Read more
Lately i cut my perineum by sex, inside cut is white and after days there is a white head bump, so it goes away but cuting again or by itself!!
May be an infection: Small lacerations or cuts may occur after intercourse. In your case, it may have become secondarily infected, based upon how you describe it. I would clean and irrigate the area and you can even apply antibiotic ointment to the area. If it worsens or becomes red and painful then you should have your Gynecologist look at the area. ...Read more
I had sex & ended with cut on my foreskin. More sex, the cut increases & bleeds. It recover & tear again. Top foreskin is tight. 3 mths, still persist?
Go to the Doctor: There are scenarios here online that are absolutely obvious that the patient needs immediate and real in person evaluation with a medical doctor. In your case you have several reasons to get to a urologist. Please do so at your earliest conveniences. ...Read more