How can I come to know that My Partner has reached Orgasm or Not?
An orgasm is difficult to describe it can be experienced but difficult to explain in words. But any way we are trying to explain it. When a person reaches orgasm he/she has gasping uncontrolled movements or a sense of suspension which are Non- Verbal communications to the partner that one has had an orgasm. It is mostly accompanied by rhythmic vaginal contractions in Females and the Ejaculation in Males. Later, The person appears to be calm and satisfied. The signs of having had an orgasm are quite fleeting. The best way to confirm is to ask the Partner.
· What is Foreplay?
Foreplay is quite vital part of complete sexual play. It enhances sex pleasure and in most cases helps to reduce the anxiety and fears associated with sex. It gradually stimulates the partners so that their enjoyment span is enhanced and particularly a man can have delayed ejaculation. Foreplay is particularly useful in combating problems related to vaginismus in females and psychogenic impotency in males. It stimulates natural lubrication, which is secreted from sex glands (Cowpers glands in males and Bartholin’s glands in females) and that facilitates a pleasant sexual intercourse.
· What is an Orgasm?
An orgasm represents the zenith of human pleasurable experiences. Orgasm is derived from the Greek word orgaos which means to swell with lust. Orgasm is defined as “an explosive, cerebrally encoded, neuromuscular response, at the peak of sexual arousal by psycho biological stimuli, the pleasurable sensations of which are experienced in association with dispensable pelvic physiological concomitants”.
· Do women ejaculate?
Some women do report squirting of fluid at the time of orgasm, but this is rare. Whether this can be called female ejaculation is controversial.
· What is phimosis?
Inability to retract the foreskin due to adhesions between the foreskin and the glans penis is called phimosis. It may lead to pain, frenulum tear or paraphimosis during intercourse and also predisposes the individual to recurrent infections. It can be prevented by good local hygiene and can be easily cured by circumcision.
· Is it a fact that a woman must bleed at the first attempt at sexual intercourse?
No! Such bleeding usually occurs due to the rapture of the hymen in virgins. However, the hymen may be absent from birth or might rupture while playing games, doing exercises or using tampons. Hence, a woman may not bleed during the first sexual intercourse though she is a virgin. We have seen many marriages on the rocks because of this misconception. It is a matter of a big issue over a small tissue!
· Which is the best contraceptive?
Condom is the Best contraceptive, easy to use, economical, safe and also protects from STD’s.
· Does the curve of my penis will disturb my sex life?
No! Curve in the penis does not affect or disturb your sex life so there is nothing to worry about it.
· What is Dhat Syndrome?
When a man exerts pressure during defecation, a few drops of urethral fluid trickle down is called Dhat. This is NOT semen, so there is no need to consult the doctor in this regards.
· What is Night Fall (Nocturnal Emission)?
it is the discharge of semen from the penis while the man is asleep. Semen is being manufactured continuously and cannot be stored indefinitely even if one wants to. If a man does not indulge in coitus or masturbation then semen will be expelled as sleep emissions. You need not to consult a doctor for this!
· What is Loss of Libido and is it treatable?
The condition where one can have sex but doesn’t feel to have sex. Male or Female any body can suffer with this, but , the good thing is that it is a treatable condition and the person can enjoy his/her sex life after the treatment.
· Is Male Infertility treatable condition?
Yes! majority of the male infertility cases are treatable and a man can become father after the treatment.
· Is Female Sexual Disorder (FSD) treatable?
Yes! FSD is treatable condition, so in case any woman suffering with any problem related to her Sex Life should discuss the matter with a qualified Doctor and after the treatment she can enjoy a good Sex Life.
· What is Premature Ejaculation?
Ejaculation during the early stages of sexual excitement or soon after the insertion of the penis into the vagina is called Premature Ejaculation.
· Is Premature Ejaculation treatable condition?
Yes! Premature Ejaculation is a treatable condition and the man who is suffering with this can enjoy a good Sex Life after the treatment.
· What is Masturbation?
Stimulating your penis/vagina with your hands, fingers or any other way is called masturbation.
· Is masturbation bad?
If one masturbates to satisfy his/her sexual urge then nothing is bad in to it, but, if one masturbates to satisfy the urge of masturbation then, in that case it will be like an addiction to masturbation and addiction is never good in any case.
· Do Females Masturbate?
Yes! Females also masturbate as males but it depends on individuals personal liking.
· What should be the Penis Size?
The vagina’s length is about 6″. The outer 2″ is most sensitive, the inner 4″ being insensitive. To arouse a female one needs to stimulate only the outer lips and the outer 2″ of the vagina. SO, for female sexual satisfaction, the size of an erect penis can be anything from 2″ or more.
· What is erectile dysfunction (ED) ?
Erectile dysfunction is one of the most common sexual disorder effecting men. This distressing condition can destroy a man’s ego and threaten happy relationships. Erectile dysfunction is nothing but a condition, wherein a person has difficulty getting and /or keeping an erection. It affects about half of all men aged 40 to 70 years.
· Why erectile dysfunction should be treated ?
Erectile dysfunction can have a significant impact on a man’s life. It may affect his self-confidence & self image. If not treated in time, erectile dysfunction may have devastating effect on man’s personal, professional and social life. Fortunately, erectile dysfunction is a treatable condition in majority of men who have it.
· Who is likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction?
Chances of developing this condition increases with age. Studies have shown that approximately 50% of all men above the age of 40 years experience some problem with erection. Apart from increasing age, following lifestyle factor also increase the risk of ED. Excessive stress, Smoking, Excessive alcohol consumption, Drug addiction Apart from above mentioned lifestyle factors certain medical diseases can also lead to difficulty with erection. The medical conditions which can lead to this problem are: Diabetes, High Cholesterol, Mental Disorders e.g. Depression, Injury to spine, Kidney diseases, Hypertension In addition, certain medication & surgery of prostate can also lead to difficulty with erection. Medications causing erectile dysfunction. Many commonly used medications may bring about erectile dysfunction as an unwanted effect. These include some drugs in the following categories: High blood pressure medications, Anti-depressants, Diuretics, Certain drugs used to treat cancer If you suspect that your erection problem is a result of a medication you have been prescribed, DO NOT STOP TAKING THE MEDICATION WITHOUT CONSULTING YOUR DOCTOR. Your doctor may prescribe an alternative medication which may be less likely to interfere with erection.
· Is erectile dysfunction treatable?
If you think you have any difficulty with your sex life talk to a qualified DOCTOR. Remember there is nothing to be embarrassed about. Today, many different options are available for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Certain medicines, surgeries vacuum pumps etc. can be used to treat erectile dysfunction. Consult DOCTOR to know more about these options.
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