Since that is a pretty sensative region I would think that Salcyclic acid would be very harsh there. I doubt that there is a whole lot more you can do for prevention. Maybe add wet wipes just for extra cleanliness.
I am assuming that by "expressing" he just squeezed them. Maybe this is something you can do yourself and avoid the embrassment of going to the doctor.
And really you shouldn't be embarassed as it is a health condition and you didn't do anything to get the condition, and you are doing everything you can to prevent it.View Thread
Well I assume you realize that this will lead to the end of your marriage. While it can be understood that you may not like sex anymore, most men cannot deal with. And he will begin to look else where for what he can't have at home.
What is it you don't like about sex? Have you ever had an orgasm? Do you enjoy having them, if you have?
Have you had a bad experience in the past? Any trauma?View Thread
Sex is different on different types of surfaces. My wife had a full wave waterbed when we first got together and we had some fun on it, but a regular mattress is a different experience as is the floor with no padding at all. It is fun to try all the different places that you can. Couches, chairs, tables, cars, standing, kneeling, from behind, ect.View Thread
Might be common is porn movies, but seems like most of them they pull out and then finish on the womens faces. Which seems kind of degrading to me. I don't really get that at all. How does he finish out? Masterbating himself? Where does he finish at? Sheets, you stomach?
I was talking to a woman I work with about a guy she was dating and she said she felt he had never had sex before and was just mimicking porn movies he had watched, trying a bunch of unusual positions and then pulling out and wanting to finish on her face. She wasn't impressed.
To be honest I experience the most intense orgasm when my wife uses her hand, however that is only occasionally and usually when she isn't really in the mood and just wants to please me. Intercourse is much more intimate and I always finish inside her just because of the feeling of intimacy.
It isn't always just about what feels the best, or I would just have her give me hand jobs.
I think he should realize that you would like the intimacy of feeling him orgasm inside of you. Even if the other feels better it still feels great.
The best thing to do about the wetness issue is to buy some lubricant. They sell it at just about any grocery store or drug store. It works great and can enhance the experience. I have used it with almost all of my long term partners. It doesn't mean that something is wrong with you to use it or that you don't find your partner exciting. And once you try it he will like it too.
Mainly with the orgasm , you need to find out how to make yourself orgasm first, and then you can figure out what it takes and then help him to get you there.View Thread
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