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Is masturbation considered being sexually active? I haven't had a sexual intercourse with other, just masturbation.
First, slightly painful sexual intercourse, then fishy vaginal odor. Completely monogamous sexual relationship. Sometimes no condom. What is it?
Possibly: This could possibly be a sexual dysfunction, but could also be related to depression. Medication use, or difficulty the relationship with your partner. Hoping your partner cares for your enjoyment as much as his or her own. You could meet with a psychologist or psychiatrist to discuss the problem -- evaluation is needed to move towards healthy solutions. ...Read more
Anal sex is not safe: Anal sex is not safe at anytime. This type of sex can lead to the spread of HIV and other serious venereal diseases. Anal sex is also associated with infections & physical damage to the anus, Anal sex may also be a cause of anal and cervical cancer due to it's association with infection with the human papillomavirus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
From guilt or upset?: U haven't said how u get ill. Be it psychological, psycho-somatic, real or imaginary. Anxiety, stress, upset, disappointment etc. Can all cause real or seemingly real symptoms. Asthma, migraines, abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, neuralgia & so on. These can be caused by wanting your affair to become permanent whilst knowing that he'll never leave his wife & children, & u can't give him up. ...Read more
Yes: If you are having unprotected sex, the seminal fluid can leak out after intercourse. If using condoms, the natural lubrication from the vagina increases during intercourse and can result in a discharge. Also, if you orgasm, this can also increase fluids your vagina secretes and will increase drainage after sex. ...Read more
Im a circumcised man. Always had protected sex with women. But engaged in frottage with my penis. Is it good im circumcised? Hiv chances?
Masturbation vs sex: With masturbation the experience is often solo unless another person is manually stimulating your genitals. Normal sexual intercourse still results in climax but it is without the other benefits you get with a partner: an intimate closeness on an emotional and physical level...The smell, taste, sound and feeling of a sexual partner...The joy of pleasing someone else and being pleased. ...Read more
Cracked Penis: I think we may need more information than what you wrote. But, in general men can break their penis with some types of vigorous activity. This can lead to a bend developing or a blood clot developing in the shaft of the penis. If there is pain, a change in shape then this gentleman will need to be seen at his doctor's or a good urologist. ...Read more
You probably: Made her hemorrhoids angry or you tore her anal canal. Do not insert anything into the rectum. Let her soak in a tub of warm and stay at bed rest for 24 hours. If still having issues she needs to see a colon and rectal surgeon for evaluation. Needless to say, avoid anal intercourse until this isue has been properly resolved. Also watch for possible infection after the injury. ...Read more
Anal sex = anal sex: The label gay does not necessarily imply any specific sexual behavior. It connotes attractions and self-identification with a cultural group. Men who engage in anal intercourse may identify as gay, bisexual or heterosexual. Studies of men who have sex with men (msms) have shown that up to 75% of those men identify as heterosexual. It is important not to conflate identity with behavior. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
No, but it happens: If the sex is too rough, too long, too dry etc, the labia minora can become inflamed. It is not normal, but it is not uncommon. Using extra lubricant such as astroglide or pjur can help. Allergy to condoms can also cause the problem. It the problem persists, it is time to have your doctor examine you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Girlfriend cant feel any pleasure during sexual intercourse, she never has had with anyone. Her cliterous is VERY sensitive. No sex drive either?
Relationship Turmoil: I understand your unhappiness about lack of sexual intimacy with your Girlfriend. It is likely that her symptoms are due to traumatic experiences causing intense hurt, sadness, anxiety, fear and resentment leading to Depression. Have Heart to Heart talk with her about need for Emotional, Physical and Sexual Intimacy; and to see a Therapist for Individual Therapy and Relationship Therapy. ...Read more