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How Do You Get A Women To Orgasim
Communication: Your partner needs to know what excites you and what you find pleasurable. Studies show that most women infrequently experience orgasm with insertional intercourse. The majoirty of women who do have orgasm, do so as a result of some form of direct clitoral stimulation (manual, oral, vibrator, etc). Read the original text by "masters and johnson" (the joys of sex) or a later text with your partner. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Conventionally, orgasm is the culmination of sexual arousal (and may be repeated) and typically produces great pleasure through direct genital stimulation of the male penis and female clitoris. However, orgasm may also be achieved via the brain or as a reflex arc. The physical characteristics are an explosive peak & repeated neuromuscular action causing release of male ...Read more
No set timing for...: There has been no set of rule in the timing of vaginal penetration to help women reach orgasm, which can be reached in as short as 1-3 minutes or as long as 10 to 30 minutes or longer or never. How to master the art of intercourse to capture much desirable pleasure? That requires applying the spirit & effort in playing duet piano for bravo. More? Seek counseling and I may and can help. ...Read more
How do you know when a man can get a women preganat ? Like how do you know if he is shooting blanks?
Vasectomy: Vasectomy costs around $1000. Most health insurance plans have some coverage for vasectomy, because it's cheaper than pregnancy and healthcare for children. As far as age for vasectomy, that's not the most important issue. You have to be old enough, mature enough to make a permanent decision. If you're not 100% sure that you will never want to father another child, don't have the procedure. ...Read more
Termination: It varies from state to state, also how early you can get a termination. I'd recommend contacting a local planned parenthood if there is one in your area; if not, their website can point you to resources. Best wishes! ...Read more
See a REI specialist: If you're not ovulating (releasing an egg) every month and have irregular periods it may take longer to conceive. Need to find the cause: polycystic ovarian sydrome (pcos), thyroid or prolactin hormone issues, aging of the ovary (less likely at 22), or low hormone levels from exercise, eating disorders, or stress. See a reproductive endocrinologist for tests and treatment to help you get pregnant. ...Read more
Depends.: In Washington, teenagers can get birth control, abortion, or mental health care at 14. But I don't know what the rules are where you live. Wherever you are, seek out the advice of your doctor or find a Planned Parenthood. Do NOT try to bring on an abortion on your own, as this can be extremely dangerous. Good luck. LGromkoMD ...Read more
Maybe never: By age twenty, you usually know whether you're one of the 5% of guys who just won't be able to grow a beard. Many women say the prefer it. You don't see Justin Bieber, Paul Newman, Muhammad Ali, or Larry Bird complaining. Get physically fit and you'll look fantastic regardless of where you do and don't have hair. ...Read more
Post-pubertal: For pregnancy, you have to have ovulated and had a menstrual cycle. While girls may start at age 8 or 9, most are between 12-14 years of age. Alternatively, hcg, the hormone tested, can be elevated in children with ovarian or testicular tumors, so it is not only used to test for pregnancy. ...Read more
Can you tell me how much time after you have a baby do you get your first naturally occurring period?
Transgendered: Thank you for being brave enough to ask this question. You are about to start on an amazing journey. First and foremost is finding an appropriate therapist who can help you in these early days of the journey. You will find lots of information and support on line. Then once you are connected the friends on line or your therapist will get you to the right doctor to begin this journey with you. ...Read more
Hard to say: It depends what you mean by "frequently." many women will have an increase in their basal body temperature just prior to ovulation. Others note a change in their cervical mucous. Still others will notice dull, pelvic pain, termed "mittelschmerz" .... Or some combination of the above. ...Read more