Hi, Patricia, not being able to have an erection good enough for sex is ED (erectile dysfunction) but there are lots of reasons for it as you will see below. OK what follows, any one of these can give him ED. To little sleep. Prostate problems. Performance anxiety. High cholesterol. Diabetes and its meds. Blood pressure and its meds. High cholesterol and its meds statins. Recreation drugs. Depression and its meds. Alcohol. Smoking. Meds, over the counter meds that is. Stress. Anger. Anxiety. Middle-aged-spread. Self image. Low libido. His general health. Low testosterone and very high testosterone. Over masturbation. Porn and masturbating to it. All the above are sex killers, do any of these ring bells?
He really needs to see a uro and he needs to tell all, lots do depend on his age to what is going on and have had ED and now over it, if you need to now how just come back to me. Its not drugs.
Hi found this info on Paragard. The copper IUD also contains barium sulfate to render it radio-opaque and thus making it easier to see on an x-ray. Although barium sulfate suspensions are generally considered to be safe and non-toxic at proper dose levels, partly because barium sulfate is highly insoluble (meaning it does not dissolve well in water). Barium sulfate can often, however, cause cramping , constipation or diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, sweating, ringing in your ears, confusion, fast heart rate or pale skin and weakness.
Hi Jessica, So sex is know boring and you not enjoying it anymore, perhaps its from doing the same old thing in the same old way.
Try different rooms, try it in the shower or the bath, find that spark that gone for you.
How about masturbation, have you tried it, have you gone all the way to orgasm, have you tried a dildo or vibrator for pleasure?
Go have a good read on this site, you may find an answer to your problems with sex, you may find that missing link, that you have lost, www.dodsonandross.com lots to read and as you go through it your find lots of links to other sites, all packed with info, if your still cant find what your missing, just join and post to Dr Betty Dodson, see if she can help with your problem
Find out what other women do to get back in the game, you do say it what you want, when it comes to lubrication do try coconut oil, extra virgin, gives lots of extra slip.
Does your guy give you oral sex them same as you give him? is his foreplay magic? does he take you to orgasm? before you get to intercourse? if not then he needs to read the Dodson site, all of it.
Hi Just remember we are all different, but try cutting back on your work load, try and keep it to just 5 days.
Try spending more time in bed with your wife, get in some good foreplay time and things should slowly get better, but do look up edging as way of increasing your intercourse time, it works, and kegels also work in improving your sex life.
For more info on both just get over to www.pegym.com your find its all there.
Hi And from mensfitness.com comes your answer. Everyone knows that too little exercise can lower sex drive, but too much can, too. Excessive exercise that leads to conditions akin to eating disorders and Body Dysmorphic Disorder can have a negative impact on sex drive, putting your body into a negative, catabolic-like state. Overall, being fit helps people feel sexy, so moderate exercise is good. Bonus points if the exercise contains some sort of erotic element. For women, that's salsa and tango, while men are more interested in traditional bodybuilding. Yoga has been known to increase sexual interest and enhances sexual pleasure. According to a review published in the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, yoga has even been reported to stimulate genital blood /B02ow, which enhances erectile capacity and may improve orgasms. And obviously yoga is a huge de-stresser, which can stave off low sex drive as well.
Your find if your over exercising the it has the reverse on your libido, unlike weight lifting which boosts your testosterone, boost that and up goes your libido.
Hi, I would say its just a small tear, may help any stools coming out if you push a well greased finger up just to help stools coming out, but sounds like if your having very hard stools you do need to drink more water.
And yes going anal to vaginal is a big, no, no when its comes to anal sex. as long as you did wash after you should be OK, don't go putting to much pressure/stress on yourself, or stress will make you ill, just try relaxing and get better.
If your in the mood some time do find out all about anal sex, lots of women do enjoy it, so go and have a read on www.dodsonandross.com down the left hand side your sex anal play, all the facts you will ever need.
Remember lots of lubrication, be relaxed and do be in the mood.
Hi This is from www.incresesperm.com Sometimes, men and their partners report that the semen smells foul and strong and fishy. This is not something normal. As mentioned above, foods and liquids may have an effect on the smell of your ejaculate but they will never make them smell fishy. So, if the smell is foul and fishy, it is probably time to consult a doctor. Foul smells are usually associated with infections of the prostrate gland or other organs of the male reproductive system. If the smell is accompanied with a change in color of the ejaculate to red, brown, yellow or green, you definitely have an infection. It is time to consult a physician and get a diagnosis done.
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