Viagra And Sexual Side Effects Of Antidepressants

Between 40 and 60% of women taking SRIs, a common type of anti-depressants, experience sexual side effects, including loss of arousal, lubrication and orgasm problems. Researchers, including Dr. Julia Heiman of The Kinsey Institute, found that women given Viagra were more likely to report improvement in sexual functioning than those on a placebo.

Q&A: Non-Lubricated Condoms And Vaginal Bleeding

Last night, my boyfriend and I had sex and he used a non lubricated condom, which became painful, so I had him stop. This morning when I went to the bathroom I noticed that there was some bleeding, like from a cut or something. Is this something that will heal on its own or if I need to go see my gynecologist?

Q&A: Vaginal Tearing and Healing Time

How long does it take for the vagina to heal from tears (tears from sex)? If one had consensual sexual intercourse 2 weeks ago and had some vaginal tearing, could it be re-irritated by sex, fingering, other foreplay? Is it possible to obtain tears in the vagina if the male only penetrated once and then withdrew?

Q&A: Sex Is Painful For My Girlfriend

My girlfriend and I have been trying to have sex for the past few months. Each time we try the experience is painful for her. We stop trying because the pain is uncomfortable for her. We expected this the first few times, but it has not gotten any better. Is there anything that we can do to make the experience better for her?