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Pleasure Imagining Pain
Ask: Being sensitive to her responses to your different touches is the starting point. If she gives no clue, you can ask what feels good. If still no response then likely she is not very comfortable in the relationship or with some aspect of being sexually active. The latter could be to some form of abuse in her past. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Communication: You picked and loved your husband for certain characteristics that are valuable: e.g. Stability, income potential, appearance, etc. Probably you took communication for granted but you need to have discussions with him to express your needs in a mutually beneficial way. Most men are receptive to this and are shy, even in marriage to initiate such a conversation. ...Read more
Hmmm...: I wouldn't say so. Too much of anything seems to be a problem, but if you learn to enjoy the little things and find good in even the bad... Is that unhealthy? ...Read more
Clarify your meaning: I am not sure if your suggesting sexual, intellectual, emotional, physical, or spiritual pleasure. I assume you may be referring to sexual pleasure and therefore suggest a visit with a sex therapist or counselor and have your boyfriend get checked by his physician for any medical issues. ...Read more
Endorphins: The brain's endorphins (opiate like molecules) are released any time there is injury and pain. The pleasue from these endorphins can be greater than the pain of the injury. This explains some of the behavior of self mutilation. Sexual pleasure can also be generated by painful experiences in some people (ex. spanking). ...Read more
Highly individual: The obvious sensory pleasure derives from stimulation of the breasts and genital area. Heightened sensitivity comes from the warmth of the relationship between the partners. But almost any sensory area can provide pleasure depending upon the connection between the partners, the history of contact and the arousal of the partner. ...Read more
No it is not normal: I don't exactly understand what things and sticking in what places and at one age in boys. But if your question is putting objects in urethra, rectum or ears and nose. But it is no normal . I suggest your concern be discussed with the boy's Pediatrician openly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on Position: Every woman's anatomy is a little different, but the g-spot is located on the upper wall protecting the urethra from damage during sex. It is also a place of high nerve density and thus, usually more pleasure. If he eneters while you are facing each other, that curve could then reach that g-spot. ...Read more
Philosophical : Enjoyment is more related to physical experiences, while pleasure is a cerebral quality. These are philosophical not medical questions. ...Read more
No health risk: This should not cause any health issues for you. ...Read more
I can't get wet and I don't know why. I feel like a failure. I don't get any pleasure from down there. It's not even sensitive.
More questions: Dear Sydney, what makes a woman sexually aroused (manifested physically by lubrication in the vagina) can be SO different from woman to woman. Whereas some of us -women - may get arouse with the "traditional" sexual behaviors (kissing, etc) some other of us -women- might need other things! I would suggest seeing this a challenge, take an exploratory trip of your own body. I hope this helps,DrC ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why don't I get aroused anymore? I work long hard hours and take care of multiple family members and want just one guilty pleasure.
Find fudge the most common cause the most important things to do so by law to the right to be able and the other day I had the pleasure?
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I used to find pleasure in eating and now I’ve completely lost my interest in food. I sometimes could go for a whole day without eating as well.
Depressed: You describe several of the symptoms associated with clinical depression. If you had said you were sleeping more I would definitely say so. You should see your family physician for a more thorough evaluation and possible treatment. If you develop thoughts of self-harm or the urge to harm others, please call 911 prior to acting. ...Read more
I pleasure myself about 3 times per/day, is there something wrong with me? It doesn't interfere with anything day to day, but is it ok n normal?Weird?
Not necessarily: Hypersexuality can be normal esp in a young person, however sometime it may be a sign of some other underlying problem psychological and/or organic; you should discuss this with ur doctor- which maybe embarrassing , but very helpful in a long run; Good Luck ...Read more
Man to man: The woman you with is unique. Ask and observe to discover what makes her happy -- both in bed and outside. Work hard to do what turns her on, and be the man that she wants as a lover. Make sure that she is satisfied before you get your final satisfaction. Simple consideration and respect to a long way to making a woman satisfied on every level. And congratulations on finding love. Good luck. ...Read more