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Is It Normal To Have An Aa Sponsor Of The Opposite Sex
Not advised: There are no "rules" about this, and aa is a voluntary organization where individual groups really decide what they want to see in their own group. In general, one wants to avoid "13'th stepping, " which is sexual activity with other group members, and particularly a sponsor. Such relationships can be very damaging to the individual and their sobriety. In gay persons, opposite sex sponsors may work. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I can`t be open with the people i admire much, i seem to be unable to be natural around them, especially the opposite sex.Is it bad or normal?
Normal: We all have our fears and most common is with people we like, as we also like to be liked so we don't want to make any mistakes. Try to have more confidence, and be yourself, be natural. You want to be liked as you are, not as they want you to be. Remember, when they get to know you, you want the you to be the one they like. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why am I having my pierod 2 weeks now , like I just started having this , it isn't normal . Yes I did have sexs on my pierod?
Protection: First of all, I hope you are using protection during intercourse every time to reduce possibility of contracting an STD. Your hormones may just be out of whack this month, causing you to bleed extra long this cycle.This isn't terribly unusual for a woman of childbearing age but if it keeps happening or if the bleeding goes past the 3 week mark see your doctor to help stop it. ...Read more
Very common problem: Some have more lubrication than others and your state of health/hydration as well as desire for sex influence lubrication process. The more excited you are, often the better lubrication. Also, the duration of relation is important factor--longer time, more drying out. Medication use can significantly reduce lubrication as well. Add some otc jelly/lubricant as needed. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
No!: It's not normal to feel ill after sex. If this continues to happen, you should get checked out by an MD who is skilled and knowledgeable about sexual dysfunction. You will need to pin down whether your issues are physical or psychological. Both are important causes of sexual dysfunction! ...Read more
Not normal except...: The first intercourse usually ends up with various degree of post-coital bleeding. Afterwards, seeing blood in genital area, esp. recurrent, should be checked so to see where the blood coming from - genital or urinary tract or occasionally from semen (hematospermia). How to sort these out correctly? Follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wish to health... ...Read more
Not normal : Brown or rusty colored semen is most likely an indication of infection in the semenal vesicles. Usually one is not sick with fever etc but can be. Not contagious and not a STD. See a urologist and take a semen specimen with you if you can.... Clean glass or cup is ok for transport . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably: You should probably avoid sex right before the ivf. In ivf, washed sperm that are the "best of the best" are used. With normal sex, not all the sperm are helpful...Which might be part of the reason you need ivf. Unless you have something else wrong with your reproductive organs, then normal sex should not be a problem after the ivf has been done. ...Read more
Sexual Dysfunction : The mainstay of medical treatment for premature ejaculation has been ssri type antidepressants. Paxil (paroxetine) 10-20mg is most often used. It can be taken about an hour before sex or or on a daily basis. It stays in your system for a few days and can have other side effects as a result. In the usa watch for a new short acting drug (dapoxetine) this year. It will be just for premature ejaculation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: If the sex is with someone you care for and who cares about you, relaxing and enjoying are more "normal." sometimes temporary fears about performance can be normal, if they ultimately dissipate. However if it's forced sex, or with someone who mistreats you or whom you don't trust, being unable to relax can be a useful signal from your body. Different situations, different responses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could be: This would depend on your age, how long you have been having periods, what your past menstrural history is, your size and weight, your medications, you current situation with illness or stress and many other issues. If it is absolutely true that you have not had sex in the hpast two months and you have had periods up until this time, then pregnancy is a very unlikely diagnois. ...Read more
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