so me and my boyfriend have been dating for a little over a year and we used to have sex all the time and then it started to decrease to a couple times a week and now i have lost all desire to have sex im perfectly healthily and i still love him just as much as i ever did i just never want to have sex and i know that it bothers him can somebody please give me some helpful hintsView Thread
I doing daily sex with my wife .But just 5 minutes only continue in sex after my cock drop the liquid any...
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I doing daily sex with my wife .But just 5 minutes only continue in sex after my cock drop the liquid any boady tell me any solution i lot of interest with sex but my cock not supported kindly help meView Thread
fighting is healthy in a relationship as long as it's calm and there are boundaries set on both sides. there is bad fighting or as you said"childish fighting" and there is healthy fighting where there is a solution at the end. our arguments might start off bad for a very short while but we know how to take care of ourselves enough to change that around to make the convo go smoother.View Thread
what you women don't get is, the needs of of man. Yes! Men should have self control, that is what separates us from animals.When you man tells you he wants something and you are unwilling to meet his needs, many times he will go outside of the relationship. I am a man the has enough self control not to do this, but you have to decide as a woman are you willing to meet your mans needs. It really is very simple! Think about it. Good LuckView Thread
Jesus said in the Bible, "Ask anything you wish of your Father in Heaven in My Name that your joy be made complete." God is the Creator of the human body and of all of its components, the penis included. Since penis enlargement is, in fact, quite possible, simply put faith in God in this matter in the Name of Jesus Christ. Three things are written in the Scriptures that should be applied here: "I am fearfully and wonderfully made," "Now, this is our very great hope: the redemption of our bodies," and, "Physical exercise is of some value, but godliness is of value in all things." Simply pray to your Father in Heaven. How much does this cost us to do so? Absolutely nothing...we need not purchase books, pumps, pills, etc., nor do we need the assistance of surgery. Simply go to God.View Thread
Me and my boyfriend have been together for more then 3 years and I had my iud inserted last year at 18 years old. I didn't want to get mirena or take the pill because I was afraid of what the horomones might do to my body. My doctor reccomended the iud to me and she said that my period would get heavier and I would experience some cramping.
At the time it seemed like a great idea, so I decided to get it. After the insertion I was in great pain. I decided that I would wait it out to see if my body would get use to it. It seemed that everytime I got my periods the pain became worst. I was experiencng nausea, fatigue, chills, major cramping, diarrhea, and bloating. At times I would vomit and spend a lot of time on the toilet, not good. My flow was heavier and a lot would come out in clot. When I tried to go out I would end up feeling extreme pain. It was interfering with my life and my overall health.
Not only did it interfere with my life, but also my sex life. At times my partner would feel the iud during sex and hurt him. There were numerous times I would experience major camping during intecourse and we would have to stop completely. Sometimes we could have intercourse without any problems, but we would get really frustrated when weren't able to.
I don't recommend the iud for young ladies that have not had kids because our cervix isn't as big and our body will just reject the iud and you might have the same symptoms as I did, but not everyone is the same. The iud is great for Mom's who already have children and want to wait to have more children, but I haven't been pregnant, so I'm not sure if the body would take the iud much better then it did for mine.
I wasn't aware of all the symptoms I would get, so I ended up taking it out myself after a whole year and it was like a burden lifted of my shoulder. The symptoms vanished, and I went back to normal. If you have the iud right now and your waiting to let your body to get used it, it probably won't. My symptoms got worst and I was living in hell. When I tried to go out I would run back home and crawl into bed . It was a nightmare, but when I wasn't on my period I would feel ok, except when it came to sex I would cramp up and wasn't abe to finish. I hope my experience with the iud was helpful and I'm done with iuds, I'm thinking about going abstinent because birth control isn't the right choice for me and I know condoms aren't full proof because my sister got pregnant and her partner was wearing one. Hopefully I can resist the temptation or find a better birth control that has no hormones.View Thread
am aroused easily and always have a hard on while playing around with my gf.the issue is that i feel satisfied easily and nearly cum at the begining of intercourse and hence loose it until i feel aroused again and then works fine,it is the time between both that i feel helpless ,how can i control myself from coming easily.View Thread
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