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Will Masturbarating Daily Affect My Sex Life
I have been masturbating daily for the last 8 years and I am still virgin. Will this affect my sex life at all?
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
I do masturbation daily once. I m afraid about the health issues. Does it affect my sex life in future. What are the problems of masturbation?
How to stop masturbation? I do it daily. It feels good while doing it. But I feel guilty. Will it make any issue with my sex life and having baby?
Define TOO MUCH: Since I cannot determine how much is too much, it is best to address the health benefits. Sexual activity requires, but also aids in providing, good cardiovascular health. The stress relieving properties of orgasm are well known, as are improved mood and outlook. Studies also suggest a boost in immunity and, as a result of hormones released during orgasm, better sleep. ...Read more
A man mastuburating daily from last 7 years twice a day or more can it effect to sex life if he is overweight and age is 27 and effect on intercourse?
Married good sex life but recently im addictive to porn and mastubate when I don't have sex with wife. I need to do it daily sex or mastubate suggest?
Consult: Hi Amjad, you might check out this resource for information about porn/sexual addiction: http://www. Psychguides. Com/guides/porn-addiction/. The site includes a self evaluation and also lists and describes types of treatments. Strongly suggest that you contact a professional with expertise in this area as this problem, untreated, can exert substantial negative effects on your life. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Month ago I got fractured vertebra and am now wearing daily an elastic brace. Can I have normal sex life as long as I feel comfortable?
Yes: Like you said you have be comfortable. ...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
Depends: This really depends on what type of cancer you have and the treatment that you will receive. For example, if you have prostate cancer then surgery or radiation can result in erectile dysfunction. It is also possible to have psychological issues related to a new diagnosis of cancer or treatment that can impact your sexual health. ...Read more
Sex is normally safe: If you have any complications during your pregnancy, either you or your partner may be scared to have sex without really saying anything. There are some pregnancy problems that make it unsafe to have sex but normally it is fine. Some couples have heard from other people that they shouldn't have sex while pregnant or that there are restrictions. If you're not sure, ask your doctor. ...Read more
No: You might need a day or few for acute recovery, depending on depth & extent, but will not interfere with function or sensation in long run. ...Read more
Possibly: Phimosis is a tightening of the foreskin making it difficult or impossible to retract. You may have pain with erections because of the tight foreskin. See your md, sometimes a steroid cream can be used to loosen the skin but sometimes a circumcision is required. If you aren't having any problems with intercourse now, your phimosis is likely not that severe. ...Read more
It can: Epididymitis is inflammation of the epididymis, which is a tube located at the back of the testicles. The tube stores and carries sperm. It is caused by an infection, usually a bacterial or a sexually transmitted infection. Symptoms can include: painful and swollen scrotum, pain with intercourse and ejaculation, blood in the semen. See your doctor for testing and antibiotics. ...Read more
See ur Dr/Urologist: There is a chance the tightening is due to a fungal infection or skin change that may be amenable to topical steroid and/or antifungal. Should get urological exam to identify treatment options best for your situation. (aka: phimosis, for more information see: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/phimosis). ...Read more
I'm 22, virgin. I am having constant virginal discharge is there anything to worry? Will it affect my sex life and conception.
Normal: You are supposed to have a vaginal discharge much like your mouth is supposed to have saliva. It is bad if either does not have lubrication. Like your mouth, sometimes you have more moisture than other times. Use panty liners. If it itches, hurts, burns or smells very bad, see your gynecologist. ...Read more
Yes: Periodontal disease is a risk factor in erectile disfunction. ...Read more
Depends on severity: Mild proctitis is a nuisance that does not significantly effect much else but severe proctitis can severely effect you energy overall, sexual and otherwise. When your body is putting a lot of energy in healing your proctitis not much is left for other "optional" activities. ...Read more
Not a gland: The clitoris is a part of a woman's body that is important to sexual stimulation. It's not a gland in that it doesn't secrete anything. It gets large when stimulated due to inflow of blood. If you're not feeling turned on during stimulation of the clitoris you and your partner can look for other areas that are sensitive, like the g spot in the vagina or the nipples. ...Read more
Unpredictable: Radiation has a hardening and drying effect over the skin of the treated area and my affect sweat glands and nerve endings causing lack of sensation or paresthesis (numbness, tingling). If radiation is placed inside the vagina will dry and harden the area. In short... Is unpredictable. ...Read more
Not adversely: This will not be a problem at all. The procedure is often life-saving. ...Read more
Removal of rectum: Cancer of the rectum may require removal of the rectum and anus. This type of resection may damage the nerves instrumental in erection and render a person impotent. If your practice receptive anal/rectal intercourse, not having the requisite organs would make it infeasible. ...Read more
I'm 18 and haven't pulled back my foreskin completely (im not circumcised) I am worried this will affect my sex life and am unsure of what to do?
Not a problem: Just keep in mind to pull back the foreskin and clean glans penis. In contrast, some circumcised guys complain they don't get same degree of sexual pleasure. As uncircumcised guys do. ...Read more
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