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What Can I Do To Help My Husband Give Me Pleasure
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
It feels like my pelvic floor sags--what exercises can I do to restore it, and give my husband more pleasure during intercourse?
Kegel exercise : Kegel exercises are the classic. The easiest way to think about doing them is as if you were tightening up your muscles during mid stream of urinating with the goal of stopping your flow. So simply squeeze and hold for 5-10 counts and repeat. Also basic core exercises like plank, side plank and bench with a pillow pressed tightly between knees while tightening buttocks are helpful. ...Read more
My husband is having sex for 5 minutes within that sperms coming out and i'm not able to feel the pleasure. What are the foods I have to give him?
Chocolate: It's said that chocolate increases the feelings of love. But honestly, you don't need to give him food, you need to teach him to hold his pleasure back until you've had some. With lots of love and patience, show him how to pleasure you so that you both have fun. He will have way more fun if he does. ...Read more
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
No: Not nbecessary, but hygenic.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends how many wks: The closer you are to term the more risk you may be at for triggering unwanted uterine contractions that could be problematic to the pregnancy from masturbation. I'd recommend speaking directly to your OB/GYN about this because we don't know if your pregnancy is high risk which then, already place activity restrictions on you. All the best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Never: There is no age range to this. It depends on the woman, the man, and what is meant by "pleasure, " for both. If you mean sexual pleasure, ability to experience this can be affected by a variety of things in both men and women -- including medications and depression. Loss of interest in one's partner can be a different issue, and may come with relationship discord. See your doctor for help. ...Read more