Doctor insights on:
Couples often worry about having sex during pregnancy. They may be afraid that having sex could cause a miscarriage or harm the baby. It is best to talk to your doctor or nurse midwife about your specific situation to make sure you are considered at low risk for complications such a ...Read more
Low saturated fat: Erectile dysfunction (ed) is often due to hardening of the arteries. So the best diet is one that will keep your arteries from getting clogged with cholesterol. If you eat meat, make sure it's lean. Fish is generally better than red meat. Eat whole grains and fresh vegetables as well. Use oils rather than solid fats. Exercise will help arteries too and may improve sex life. ...Read more
Maybe, in a way: Beets are high in nitrates, like most fruits and veggies. Beet juice is even more potent in this. Also it's a great antioxidant, and the high boron content may benefit sex hormone balance. The body converts nitrates into nitric oxide, a compound that enhances blood flow throughout the body -- including sex organs -- and helps lower blood pressure. Viagra (sildenafil) works through a similar mechanism. ...Read more
There are many: Medications that have sexual dysfunction as a a potential side effect. They are too numerous to list in 400 characters or less. Please feel free to re-ask about a specific medication you are concerned about or discuss with your pharmacist. Take care. ...Read more
Lowered function: While sexual potential can carry through into quite older age, the erectile capacity and ejacualate volume decrease with age. Some lose desire which is entirely psychological. Note the many products on the market for this and the destruction of endangered animals for this (rhino horns, bear gall bladder stones, etc.). ...Read more
Important: "key" is probably too strong a word. We know that a healthy sex life in a committed relationship is often part of what many people define as an important part of life. However there is much individual variation and there are many heathly adult male for which sex is not part of their life for various reasons. ...Read more
Get creative: Depending on your specific condition, some adjustments may be necessary. An understanding partner and a doc you feel comfortable talking to can make a big difference. For example, if your disability impairs movement, you may need positions in which you are less active. Some medications and treatments may also affect sexual performance or response, so work with a doc you can talk with comfortably. ...Read more
Yes, discuss w. Dr: Some women with low blood testosterone levels (yes women also have circulating testosterone, much lower levels than men) which can reduce libido. Small application of testosterone gel (1/7th of packet) boosts the libido in some women. Your dr. Or sex therapist are best people to advise. Good luck. ...Read more
Healthy stuff: Food won't improve your performance directly, but staying physically fit, lean & buffed will improve your relationships & getter sex follows. Enough protein for fitness, a good selection &/or a cheap vitamin-mineral tablet. Avoid sugar and grease as we all tend to overeat these. Find exercise you like and do it hard; get used to being a little hungry which will keep you trim. ...Read more
Highly variable: I have patients in their 90's who are still active, and others who, for a variety of reasons, gave up sex in their 40's. If one does not have debilitating underlying diseases, and no major decrease in testosterone levels, men remain active most of their lives, although frequency may diminish. ...Read more
Usually not: Normal men, women, boys, and girls masturbate (it's universal). It isn't harmful, as the body goes through similar effects during regular sex with a partner (but too much of anything may become a problem). Masturbation does not stunt height, cause hair loss or gray hair, make you weak, create heart problems, lower testosterone, affect virginity, lower fertility, change your weight, or damage eyes. ...Read more
Talk to sex therapis: Or discuss together u expectation and what make u feels better. ...Read more
I have been with my boy friend. 3 yrs and I am 52. He is 53 we have no sex life, I don't want it?
I m 20 I ejaculat from 14 everday and sometime twice is there any problem in future to my sex life?
No...: You are a normal maleGet a more detailed answer ›
What the normal sex life for sombody 48 years old haw many times a week need to bi with normal sex life?
Can I have a healthy normal sex life with a 40 years old man.? I am 22 years old. Can his age can affect our love life?
This does not sound like a normal question a patient would ask a physician.
But here are my thoughts. Of course you can have a normal sex life. You are responsible for your own sexuality and sexual pleasure. You are only 22. You have a full life ahead of you. If you choose to partner with a person older than you then you will share the responsibility for sexual pleasure. Ask for your needs. ...Read more
I cant get wet anymore. Can you tell me why and what I can do to fix it please? This is really becoming a problem in my sex life.
More info: Needed age any medical problems etc we might be able to guide you towards help ...Read more
After hving 4.Kids my sex life lessen cnt hv the sensations as before? It takes me longer to feel it. Is there something wrong wif me?
Sir I hv problem in sex life I can't give more time in sex to my girlfriend. I can do sex only for 5 minutes. Please help me about this problem?
This is a very frustrating situation for both the man and his partner.
There are two common approaches. One is to actually start the man on a low dose medication that has a side effect of prolonging ejaculation.
And there are plenty of sex therapists and other experts that can work with your partner on practicing how to prolong the time it takes to ejaculate...To learn some techniques.... ...Read more
My fiancé and I are having trouble in our sex life he can't stay erect the entire time. I don't understand why he doesn't have ED what am I doing wrong?
Not directly: Cidp affects motor nerve function, and typically does not disturb the autonomic nervous system directly. Secondary weakness or sensory issues do occur, which could interfere, and medication adverse events could influence sexual function, but most of this can be readily stabilized, allowing resumption of normal activity. ...Read more
None: Calcium is of course essential to the whole body's function. Some men, especially vegetarians, may have a total-body calcium deficiency and/or vitamin d deficiency that can lead to bone pain and overall discomfort. Vitamin d deficiency is in fact rampant among adults nowadays. Beyond this, I can't recommend a calcium supplement for male enhancement. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor online
- While doing sex my spirms get out without satisfying my partner so what to do
- Does hydrocele affect your sex life?
- Will masturbarating daily affect my sex life
- Rash sex sexual intercourse skin
- Unprotected sex without ejaculation
- Unproteced anal sex safe
- Sex timing
- Sex before map
- Sperm in partners anal before intercourse gay
- Sperm in partners anal before intercourse
- Oyster shell calcium vs sex life
- Unprotected anal sex and ejaculation
- Syphilis ejaculation without intercourse
- Can two sexual partners get any stds without both partners having them?
- Unprotected sex before missed abortion
- Unprotected sex before abotion
- Is a sex life possible after a person has had a heart bypass?
- I have a hernia will it effect my sex life
- Affect sex life