Men’s bodies make sperm and the fluids that make up semen on an ongoing basis. Sperm only make up a small portion of the volume of semen. Much of a man’s seminal fluids come from his prostate gland and other glands called the cowper’s glands and seminal vesicles.
Masturbation can actually help men learn to control the timing of their ejaculation. By practicing very specific masturbation techniques, you may be able to get more in touch with your body so that you can stop yourself from ejaculating before you’re ready.
A woman may be more likely to experience vaginal dryness if she is stressed, taking antihistamines or if she has just taken a warm shower or bath. Women who are breastfeeding also tend to be more prone to vaginal dryness.
As it turns out, it is not uncommon for women to feel as though they have to pee in relation to sexual arousal or sexual behavior. The clitoris, vagina and urethra (which connects to the bladder) are so closely connected that some scientists have suggested that we use the term “clitoral complex” to refer to these interconnections.
Some men find it very difficult to get or maintain an erection with partners who they do not know very well. Often they find that they cannot “make” themselves have an erection just because they want one.
Nearly all men will experience difficulties getting or keeping an erection at some point in their lives. Unfortunately, not everyone knows this and so when erection problems happen to them or their partner, they may worry that they have done something wrong.
Considering how rare it is for young men and women to have received comprehensive sexuality information in school or from their parents, it’s not surprising that many people are curious about what exactly happens when two people have sex.
Vibrators are commonly used by women and men, and they are rarely associated with negative side effects such as discomfort, pain or injury. That said, vaginal sex, anal sex and masturbation – with or without a vibrator – can all result in negative side effects such as genital itching, burning, irritation or tearing.
Given the lack of information about sex that is available to many young women and men, many people aren’t sure what to expect when it comes to sex – what to do during sex as well as what sex feels like.
My girlfriend is amazing. She can have 10-12 orgasms is one hour’s worth of sex. She says it’s always been this way for her. Is there some way to develop this ability? Or are some people just born lucky?
My partner loses his erection every time we try to have sex. This has happened 6 times. I’ve tried putting it on myself and shortening foreplay but neither has worked. He’s fine right until the point the condom is put on.
I am not a virgin. I have had sex three times but that was two years ago and now when I try to the pain is worse than my first time. I know my partner is large but is it possible something else could be wrong?