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Is It Normal To Get Aroused By Seeing Women Having Pain For Childbirth
Lots of things: Are "normal" and i wouldn't get wrapped around one definition of "normal" and obsess over it. Arousal is complex, sometimes feeling strong emotions when your hormones are flowing can make arousal happen. It's a funny thing. I would reassure you that unless you are acting on that arousal inappropriately, it's all good... ...Read more
Sometimes: Occasionally, yes, but this should not be the normal. See your doctor in this keeps happening. ...Read more
Is it possible for a woman to feel pain if she is aroused and wnds us without having sex? Like if a man gets turned on kunda pain
Don't understand: Please rephrase or elaborate. What is "wunds us"? ...Read more
Is it normal to become sexually aroused during a pelvic exam? When this happens can my doctor tell this is happening to me?
Not unusual: It is not unusual to have decreased sensation after child birth, but it should be temporary. Trauma to the birth canal can be partly responsible. The stress of having to raise a child can also mentally affect the quality of your sexual experience. If the problem does not resolve, then call your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: I persistent, then get evaluated.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is it possible to have pelvic pain 2 days after ovulation or is this more of a concern of overstimulated ovaries due to fertility medication?
To a female doctor: is it normal to become aroused or even orgasm during my gyn exam, and what can I do about it.
Concerned Gay Doctor: I hope you won't mind, but arousal during an examination of one's private sensitive parts is normal and common. There is absolutely nothing to be ashamed or concerned with. Believe me this happens to many patients at 'inconvenient' times. Your physician will have some experience with this and i would hope continue with you in a very gentle and professional way. But, the message is you are fine. ...Read more
Gyno exams are a bit painful due to being a virgin. Tighten too easily, get nervous. Don't want my first sexual experience to be that painful, advice?
Go slow: Find someone who loves you, is patient and willing to go slow. I think another virgin would be best b/c they are happy "for anything they can get" and can go slow with you alternatively, vibrator/dildo to slowly open up. Great website here http://virginitymovie.Herokuapp.Com/search.Html. ...Read more
May be normal: The urethal opening is exposed surface. The urethra sits above the vagina with relatively small thickness layer of tissue between the two (i.e. Urethral channel and the vagina). Penetration of the vagina and associated trauma to the urethral opening during sexual activities may be experienced as pain, irritation and or inflammation. Some women may see blood associated with sex acts. ...Read more
After having unprotected sex, i've been having pain while urinating, could this be simply a infection or a std? is the only way to know, waiting?
See below: Burning with urination (aka dysuria) suggests either infection (UTI or STD) or inflammation (e.g. Non-bacterial prostatitis). Post-sex simple UTI/bladder infection quite common in females but not in males and would be concerned about possible STD (chlamydia, GC) especially if discharge from penis or just prostate inflammation. Would recommend urinalysis, urine culture, and urine for GC/Chlamydia. ...Read more
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