Have you been to see your Gyn about this. I have found that women at times will have a problem with cumming. Did you know that approx 70% of women do not come from vaginal stimulation alone and need to be touched at the clitt as well.
I have also read that some women need aditional testosostrne as well
From your discription you also seem to have a problem relaxing and so I think I would start with a Gyn and if the the Gyn says everything is normal then see a sex therapist. Does you husband know that you have this problem. If not then you need to share this with him so he can support you in this time of you life. .View Thread
I found this site one day when i was looking as to what probiotics were and this may help you gals. I have found that if you try to click on the link it will not take you to the correct site so please copy and paste it into your browser. It talks about how probiotics help to have a healthy vagina. Let me know if it works for you gals.
Do not focus on the size of your penis. Remember that it is not the size of the pr__k that does the trick it is the throb of the knob that does the job. The bottom line is that you need to learn how to use what you have and not how much you have. Be satisfied with your size and enjoy life.View Thread
I know that for the women that doing these exercises helps to tone/tighten up the vaginal area as well as help in a more satisfying orgasm if using these muscles during intercourse. From what I have read there should be a noticeable difference in about 3 months to see some difference and then at 6 months it should be a greater difference for a woman.
My question is what are the benefits a man gets if he does these exercises. What does he gain by doing these exercises. How many times a day should they be done. How long will it take to see some benefits from doing the exercises.
I do not get on the exchange a lot but will respond when I can. It could be a while before I get back to any replies. View Thread
Elle Thank you for your reply. I have googled Kegal exercises amd each time I have it comes up with how it will halp the ladies and nothing about what it will do for the mmen. Perhaps there is a guy or gal who can give me some first hand story of how it helped them or their partner.View Thread
This is something that you need to have seen by a Doc. Do not try to self diagnose this issue. Don't put this off. It could be something normal or minor or something that needs prompt assessment.View Thread
There are many types of birth control other than condoms and birth control pills. Talk to your Doc to assist you in choosing a birth control method that is acceptable to you with a risk level that you can live with.View Thread
IF you are trying to keep things dry down yonder then just use cornstarch as most likely the powders you are using may have cornstarch in them and then add perfume to make then smell nice and that is most likely what is causing your discomfort.View Thread
So there seems to be no pain but still you should go and be seen by a provider as to what is causing this. A slight change in size is one thing but whin it is twice the size ot the other one I would recommend that you seek a provider to seee if anything is going on that is not normal.If it is painfull all the more reason r to be seen.View Thread
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