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Hi, I am 22 and I am facing prejaculation problem and my sexual life is disturbed nor I am satisfied nor my partner, i can't last more than 45 sec ?

Hi, I am 22 and I am facing prejaculation problem and my sexual life is disturbed nor I am satisfied nor my partner, i can't last more than 45 sec ?

Hands: Teach each other to give the other orgasm using just the hands and fingers. Use a lubricant like petroleum jelly. That way the pressure will be taken off both of you when, and if, you do have intercourse. Try giving her orgasm before you have intercourse so that 45 seconds will not be too soon. You may find you prefer to be brought to orgasm more slowly with her hands. ...Read more

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Can overweight effects sexual activities and fertility of a man and also can it effect the ability to satisfy his partner sexually?

Can overweight effects sexual activities and fertility of a man and also can it effect the ability to satisfy his partner sexually?

Yes: Overweight can have a negative effect on the sperm as well as on the sex drive and other sexual activity. It should not however influence your ability to satisfy your partner. ...Read more

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During sexual intercourse when I am not inside my partner or dry humping her I lose my hard on. I do not have diabetes or any disease. Help me?

During sexual intercourse when I am not inside my partner or dry humping her I lose my hard on. I do not have diabetes or any disease. Help me?

E.D.: You seem to have a mild case of Erectile Dysfunction (ED) which can be caused by many things including, but not just limited to medical conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure, etc. but also to psychological issues, etc. If this persists, see your Dr. for some routine testing to get properly evaluated and treated. Best wishes. ...Read more

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If one partner has herpes but no outbreak during intercourse how long after sexual intercourse will the other person have an outbreak ?

If one partner has herpes but no outbreak during intercourse how long after sexual intercourse will the other person have an outbreak ?

Maybe, maybe not: 70% of people contract genital herpes when the partner does not have an outbreak. Taking antiviral meds will help to reduce the chance of passing it to your partner. As to when the other partner might have an outbreak, that is variable and when an outbreak occurs depends on may factors, such as stress and your immune system. ...Read more

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During sexual intercourse when I am not inside my partner or dry humping her I lose my hard on. No morning wood sometimes and I don't want viagra (sildenafil).

During sexual intercourse when I am not inside my partner or dry humping her I lose my hard on. No morning wood sometimes and I don't want viagra (sildenafil).

Full exam: Go to your physician and get a full physical exam. Sometimes people focus on sexual performance which has many factors like sleep, nutrition, level of relaxation/anxiety, hormonal factors, and medical factors. Get a full physical exam from your MD. ...Read more

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I think I have a yeast infection. What are the symptoms of one? I am sexually active, with only one partner ever. But lately its been really itchy and hurts during intercourse.

I think I have a yeast infection. What are the symptoms of one? I am sexually active, with only one partner ever. But lately its been really itchy and hurts during intercourse.

Itching : Itching is the predominant symptom. Most patients have white, cheesey-discharge. If you look at your vagina with a mirror, you may see small white "dots", which are the areas of candida. There are over the counter medications you can treat this with, you can ask your pharmacist. ...Read more

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Is bleeding during a pap smear and tender cervix normal? Hi, I am 19 years old I have only had two sexual partners I have had lower abdominal pain which the doctors think is from my scar tissue. Today i had a pap smear and my gyno said my cervix was swoll

Is bleeding during a pap smear and tender cervix normal? Hi, I am 19 years old I have only had two sexual partners I have had lower abdominal pain which the doctors think is from my scar tissue. Today i had a pap smear and my gyno said my cervix was swoll

First : First of all your concern about cervical cancer is valid, given that your grandmother had cervical cancer. But, at 19 yrs old cervical cancer is not something to be concerned. The incidence is almost none to rare. In fact, as per new guidelines by health care leaders, pap smear should be started when woman is 21 yrs old. However there are other reasons why a pap smear was thought necessary before age 21. The most important thing for woman exam (pelvic exam) at your age is std screening and if woman has any menstrual problems or pelvic pain issues. So, with the above information i provided, bleeding during pap smear if it is unusually more and if the cervix is very tender, i would recommend that you should get std screening. Infections with chlamydia and trichomonas can cause tender cervix, pain with intercourse and also can make it bleed easily. Sometimes, woman might not have typical symptoms of burning and vaginal discharge with chlamydia infection. Just that infection with chlamydia has long term implications on fertility and other complications, it is worth getting checked. My sincere advise is to use protection without failure any time to prevent stds. I do want to provide you with some more information about cervical cancer and how to modify any risk factors to decrease your risk of cervical cancer in the future. One of the risk factors that causes cervical cancer is hpv infection. But more than half of women of your age fight it off and get rid of it. Human papilloma virus is a infection that is transmitted sexually. This puts women at high risk for cervical cancer. There is a vaccine available to prevent the risk of getting high risk hpv from partners. At your age that is very well worth the cost to get the vaccine. It is a series of 3 injections over a period of 6 months. Please talk to your doctor for more information about risk factors for cervical cancer. I hope this is helpful information to you. ...Read more

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