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How To Increase Intercourse Time
How i increase our intercourse time. Early discharge problem in 1 or 2 min . How i increase it at least 10 min?
Some ideas: A condom or a dab of a topical anesthetic on your glans may be all that's required. Your physician could write for a very small dose of a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor. Best choice may be the squeeze technique, in which you and your partner work hard to learn how to keep you lasting longer and bring each other to new heights of physical and emotional satisfaction. ...Read more
Depends: What is affecting time? Cardio exercise can help with endurance. Lubricants can help with drying of vagina, irritation and tenderness. Kegel exercises can help with orgasm and sensation. Mental stimutation and fantasy can help with arousal. Masturbation or sex itself can help because practice makes perfect. ...Read more
Ask ur partner: The average time varies by many factors as diverse as age, health, gender balance, even culture. Perhaps the optimal amount of time is what the partners mutually and enjoyably put into the act. ...Read more
Is it too risky to have intercourse without a condom but use the pull-out method? We are trying to increase our time during sex. He only lasts about 5 minutes with a condom on before he ejaculates. Anything we can do to make him last longer?
No condom = parent: Condoms typically prolong duration of intercourse (you are covering the skin and decreasing the sensation). People who use the pull out method are commonly known as parents. Topical anesthetics can decrease sensation further, as can consideration of baseball... Or the budget deficit. Good luck! ...Read more
Mc on nov4, intercourse w/ejac inside me the 7,10,13,14.Increase in white vaginal fluid, nausea, br all time, headaches, no pain, could be pregnant?
Ovulated with 21mm follicle, timed intercourse but no pregnancy. This cycle going for iui... Will this increase the odds? Dh sperm count 38million..
Depends: Depends on your diagnosis. Iui may not improve pregnancy rates for all women (ie those that do not ovulate and partner has a normal sperm count during first few cycles of therapy) but is certainly beneficial for unexplained infertility, minimal endometriosis and some other diagnoses. ...Read more
Lubrication: there are several approved vaginal lubrication products you could use. Vaginal secretions otherwise can be caused when highly stimulated, so if you are not too stimulated, you may try discussing other options with your partner with foreplay, etc. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Erection troubles: Hi even at your age difficulty maintaining an erection can cause significant worry. Erections are more than 50% in our head..So worrying about it can lead to more troubles. My first question would be if the condom is too small or too tight for you. Second would be if you are on any medications that can be causing this? Too much alcohol? But, please find a good doctor to help figure this out. ...Read more
Get checked: Anatomically, this is always a risk ("honeymoon cystitis") but if it is occurring so regularly you need to be checked for possible vaginal infections or anatomic problems. Meanwhile, drink plenty of fluids, drink cranberry juice or take a cranberry capsule daily, and be sure to empty your bladder immediately before and after sex. Also, if applicable, you are best to avoid oral and anal sex. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Every time me and my husband have intercourse I itch really bad for about a week this has been happening for a couple months now
If i paricipate in intercourse with my partner for first time.. will she secretes lubrications naturally or whether i have to apply any lubrication.
Sexual Anxiety: I understand your concern. Have Heart to Heart talk with your partner to have Emotional, Physical and Sexual Intimacy, and how you both can be sensitive to each other’s feelings, caring of each other’s needs; discuss each other’s sexual needs and what both can do to have intimate experience. Have Harmony and Flow in the Relationship and Sexual Intimacy and feel good about sexual fulfillment. ...Read more
During sexual intercourses I come really fast (can be within few seconds) pretty much all the time. I know it's unusual and I wonder what could I do?
I and my boyfriend tried physical intercourse 2 or 3 times but not able to do because it became very painful for me i want to know is there a problem?
Maybe maybe not: Schedule a visit with an obgyn for an exam and you can find out together if there are any issues. ...Read more
Refractory Period: This is normal. The "refractory period" is the time between climax and having another erection (or renewed interest). The interval gradually increases with age and is variable between men. At 17, one may have a refractory period as brief as 10 (or even zero) minutes, while a 70-year old man may take several days to be able to have another erection. In the 40s, a few hrs to a day is normal. ...Read more
Read on line: Communicate with partner. Partner will guide you. ...Read more
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