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Why Does It Take Alot Of Stimulation For Me To Get Wet For Intercourse
Lubrication varies: It usually takes signicantly longer for most women to become engorged and lubricated than men. See masters & johnson's human sexual response (1966). [i was medical director at the m&j institute during the 1990's.] ask your partner to take their time. Then both of you could enjoy yourselves a bit more. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My vagina gets so wet nside that i can no longer feel any stimulation during intercourse and is unable to to have an orgasm. Any suggestions? Help
Benadryl (diphenhydramine): Benadryl is diphenhydramine which is an anti-histamine used to treat allergies. A side effect can be a dry mouth, because diphenhydramine blocks glands from releasing secretions. If a dose of 25 mg taken 2 - 4 hours before intercourse is not sufficient to decrease vaginal wetness, 50 mg may be, but not more than that. ...Read more
Alright so here's my problem with erections blood will get to head with stimulation then there's a inch in half that gets hard like blood vessels are stone and then its expanded by base to fix it for intercourse I have to sqeez quite hard at base and head
Natural Lubrication: I assume that you are a female and will answer based upon that assumption. You have glands that allow natural lubrication during sexual activity. This allows the easier insertion of your partner and/or other toys. Lubrication increases pleasure and helps avoid damage from friction. ...Read more
Whenever I have intercourse with my wife. She feels pain or nothing. She used to feel good sometimes but after having a baby now she doesn't get wet?
Hormonal issues: I suggest you go to a4m.Com and use doctor locator function to find a local functional medicine doctor to help you properly evaluate your hormones. Having kids can dramatically change your body and if your adrenals are under-functioning a more common issue is fatigue after having a baby. Get it properly evaluated and get on with a healthy, productive life with a happy sex life! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please Clarify: If you are on birth control then this question would be unnecessary. It makes no sense. If you are on birth control and taking them correctly then there is little to no risk of becoming pregnant. If you are wanting to become pregnant then please explain why you are taking birth control. ...Read more
Can you get pregnant if you miss a few of the birht control pills and take one after you have intercourse?
My vaginas been dry and irritated and I have dried up glue like discharge. It doesn't want to get wet during intercourse and wiping hurts?
See Women'sHealth dr: Go see a women's health clinician, who can examine your vagina, and order some tests if needed to determine the cause of your symptoms, which can be due to irritation, infection, or allergy. It would be difficult to make any treatment recommendations without examining you. ...Read more