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Q & A: Will I Outgrow Premature Ejaculation?

Premature Ejaculation is particularly common among young men who are relatively new to sex. It can take time to become familiar with one’s own sexual response. Men and women both need time to understand how their body responds to sexual arousal and how they experience orgasm. Most men are able to find ways to delay ejaculation or to come to peace with understanding that this is just how their body works (and doesn’t necessarily need to be changed).

Q & A: What Causes A Dry Vagina During Sex?

Take time to explore your body to discover what arouses you. Communicate your sexual needs with your partner, Have fun while engaging in sex play! If vaginal dryness continues to be a problem – even after taking time to relax and engage in highly arousing sex play – talk to your healthcare provider.

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Q & A: How Dry Can Sex Get, With A Condom?

Not adding lubricant won’t affect condom use for most people. In part, this is because condom manufacturers generally add lubricant to most condoms anyway. A small amount of lubricant on the condom can help sex to feel more comfortable and pleasurable, and may also help to reduce the risk of condom breakage.

Q & A: Are We Doomed To A Sexless Marriage?

There is not necessarily a specific time frame during which intercourse must occur, but if there is a lack of sex between the married couple and if this bothers the couple, then it may be considered an unconsummated marriage that would benefit from support and/or counseling.

Q & A: What Do Women Squirt In Orgasm?

It is quite common for females to release some amount of fluid during sexual excitement or orgasm. There is evidence that some women involuntarily release very diluted urine (often during what is called “squirting”) but there is also evidence that some women release prostatic secretions during sexual activity.