Doctor insights on:
Great sex comes with experience and a deep and intense relationship with a partner.
Good sexual relations can come with safe experimentation and communication with a partner ready to connect with you.
Do not be afraid to talk with your partner about what works best; what is a fantasy; or what would bring your great pleasure. ...Read more
Balance hormone: We first need to know what your hormone levels are: saliva testing is a good way to get this information. Salvia testing tells you how much free hormone is available, and then with the help of some one experienced in natural hormone therapy, many problems can be corrected. ...Read more
Good question! Hard?: Nature designed us for sexual reproduction, complete with hormones, pubertal transformations, physical capacity and appetite. But how much is too much? There is a difference between chemical addictions and compulsive behaviors. Most clinicians would consider compulsive sexual behavior to be a problem and "addictions" are behaviors over which there is a sense of loss of control and harmful results. ...Read more
Medical or Relation:
There can be medical reasons why your husband seems to have lost interest in sex or there could be something in your relationship.
If possible, have a conversation about what he thinks about this change. He may not even know the reason. He may guess correctly or incorrectly.
A medical evaluation can check for nerve, blood vessel, depression issues and many other possible causes. ...Read more
No, but a challenge!: We all have a drive 2have sex, just as we all have a drive 2eat. But one person's drive sex will B stronger or weaker than another's, just like one person's appetite 4food will B stronger or weaker than another's. What's more, sex drive, just like appetite 4food, will fluctuate 4 many reasons (age, time since last sex or meal, emotional state, etc.). What satisfies 4 U may B too much 4 another! ...Read more
In eyes of beholder: One persons "deviation" can be another persons norm. Some may regard standard, heterosexual, missionary position sex as normal & all else deviation. Whereas others may consider any form of sexual encounter between consenting adults as acceptable. Whatever you & your partner willingly and enjoyably undertake sexually is ok. Try not to judge others except for obvious deviations like child porn & sex. ...Read more
Depends who you ask: If you are a victim, then it is a crime. If you are arrested for doing it, you claim it is an illness. If you are a doctor treating a sex offender then you might think it is a personality disorder. If you are a lawyer, then it is a legal definition. Sex offenders rarely think of themselves as offensive. It also varies in different cultures. Perhaps child abuse leads to becoming a sex offender. ...Read more
Make an appointment: There are a number of possibilities. Most are not dangerous: vaginal/cervical lacerations, bacterial infections, cervical/endometrial polyps, etc. Others may be more serious: cervical cancer, endometrial hyperplasia or cancer, etc... See your doctor soon. An exam and few simple diagnostic tests will likely give you an answer. ...Read more
Start with feelings: Any form of physical expression starts with a feeling between the two parties. The feeling should be mutual, so that it becomes instinctive if the form of touching is a hug, a handshake, a kiss on one or both cheeks, or on the lips, or with an open mouth, or touching various parts of the body.....Well it is not my intent to get graphic here-:). ...Read more
Sexuality: Of course. But, one never should get this permission from doctors. Your sex life is yours to be responsible for. It is outside of the scope of medicine to tell you how to have sex or when to have sex. Being an adult and being human gives you the right to enjoy your sexuality as you see fit. ...Read more