Q&A: Can Having Sex Help To Alleviate Menstrual Cramps?

Can sexual intercourse help to alleviate menstrual cramps?

In many cases, yes, sexual intercourse and other types of sex play can absolutely alleviate menstrual cramps or other unpleasant feelings that a woman may have prior to or during the time of her menstrual period.

Q&A: Dry Vagina During Sex – What Can I Do?

My girlfriend’s vagina gets very dry during intercourse. I have to use a lot of lubricant in order to have sex with her and then it get dries again after 10 minutes. She is not taking any medication or birth pill. Sometime it is so dry that it damages the condom. In foreplay she is wet for a few minutes, but then she gets dry when we have sex.

Q&A: Virgins Having Trouble With Vaginal Intercourse

Hi, my partner and I have not been able to have vaginal intercourse. We were both virgins before getting together, but this is ridiculous! At first, he couldn’t get an erection. Now he can get one, but when he tries to enter me, it goes away. Perhaps it is how I grasp him to guide him in. I don’t know what to do or who to talk to.

Q&A: Mutual Masturbation Pregnancy Risk

My boyfriend and I mutually masturbate each other. We take turns; I’ll do it to him and then he’ll to it to me. If we are careful to wipe all the semen off of our hands, his hands especially, is there any way I could get pregnant from this? Or is it just a risk if there would be actual fluid that got inside me?