Q&A: When I Haven’t Had Sex For A While, I Bleed A Lot. Why?

Try using a water-based or silicone-based lubricant to make sex more comfortable and pleasurable and to reduce the risk of tearing. You might also try sex positions that give you more control so that you can make sure the sex that you do have is gentle in terms of impact and the way that it feels.

Q&A: Should You Take a Break Before Having a Second Round of Sex?

When men are younger, such as in their teens and twenties, they are often able to get an erection that is firm enough for intercourse even minutes after they have sex. On occasion, they may not even become soft again after they first ejaculate – they may maintain some level of hardness for several minutes or longer and continue having sex.

Q&A: Vaginal Clamping When Reaching Orgasm

Some people describe vaginismus, a condition that makes vaginal penetration difficult or impossible for some women, as being characterized by uncontrolled muscular spasms that are painful and prevent penetration. However, in research, these muscular spasms have not quite been identified even though women’s experience of pain in very real.

Q&A: Sex Feels Robotic, What Can I Do?

Often when women and men describe sex as “robotic”, what they are really noticing is a lack of connection with their partner. When two people aren’t connecting emotionally during sex, then all that’s left are the physical aspects to sex, which can feel like they’re “going through the motions”.

Q&A: Masturbation Guilt And Health Problems

I’m 25 years old and I don’t have sex often, but I have masturbated every day for about two years now and I feel so guilty about it. I’m scared, too, because I’ve heard that masturbation can cause health problems or physical damage. Is that true?

Q&A: Having Trouble Ejaculating During Sex

I’m 18 and recently had sex for the first time. My girlfriend and I have now done it five times in the past month and I haven’t ejaculated any of the times. Is this something to be worried about? I’m still new, and thought maybe it just takes time. I still enjoy it, so it’s okay, but I’m just curious about what you think.

Q&A: Is Sexual Chemistry A Sign Of Healthy Relationships?

My sex partner and I have really good sexual chemistry together, but we’re complete opposites when we’re not having sex; is this a good thing? Is intensely passionate sex a sign of a healthy relationship or just a strong libido?