Is every female-bodied person capable of reaching orgasm someway or another? Or is it possible to just not be able to due to some physical dysfunction?
Every female is capable of reaching an orgasm in someway or another. A while back a group of German researchers claimed that the G-Spot is merely a myth but it turns out that they are actually full of it.
I've been sexually active for about 5 months with one person who I am very much in love with and who loves me back, but have never been able to completely orgasm with. I have been able to orgasm on my own so I know my body is capable, but as frustrating as it is I can't go all the way with him. and lord knows I've tried many different ways to reach that satisfaction. The worst part is is that I am too embarrassed to admit this to him, which makes me feel rather guilty. I'm just at a loss :/
Have you tried telling your partner what you do to yourself to make yourself orgasm?
I discovered a couple years ago that I'm a squirter. Today something really bizarre and scary happened - my husband and I were having sex and after the second time I squirted, he looked down at himself and he was covered in blood. It's nowhere near time for my period and I don't have any tears. Should I be alarmed?
I would definitely check that out with your doctor.
According to the book Hidden Bedroom Partners: Needs and Motives That Destroy Sexual Pleasure, what your partner does after sex may have lots of hidden meanings. Immediately rolling over and going to sleep may indicate anger. Going to the bathroom may reflect feelings of guilt.
Alright. My boyfriend and I just had sex yesterday. I woke up today and went to the bathroom and I was bleeding like I was on my period. I've had cramps and an awful headache all day. Not to sound stupid but could we have triggered my period? And if not why so much blood? Could I be pregnant? Just a little freaked out I guess. We did use a condom and he stilled pulled out even then. Just need some advice.
Was this your first time? Some people get sick after their first time and there may be some bleed. If not you’re most likely on your period. You couldn’t possibly get pregnant that fast.
in regards to your response to a question about penis size, i can definitely feel more than the first two inches of my vagina, and i'm 85% positive that i gotta have something deeeep in there to even get off at all.
I agree that it feels like that when I’m really aroused, but it’s only a feeling. Scientifically there are only a gratuitous amount of nerve endings on in the first 2 inches. I promise.
Question: are there warning signs of having endo ? if so what are they and how do the dr’s check to see if you have it?
For those who don’t know endo is endometriosis. Endometriosis is a chronic disease in which a female’s endometrium enters the blood stream and grows outside the uterus, normally the endometrium is lost as a monthly period. In females with endo, it attaches itself to other parts of the body, anywhere that has contact with the blood stream can experience attachment. Popular places of attachment are the ovaries and bowels. I have heard of endo of the ear and leg. Females with endo do have a period but they also experience internal bleeding.
FYSH has a vested interest in endo because I have endo.
Endo is an autoimmune disease, which means your immune attacks itself, that is also in some cases hereditary.
Symptoms range from mild to severe and everyone’s experience is different.
Some symptoms include:
-pain (which in some cases can last all month)
the pain can be:
Severe menstrual cramps.
Low backache 1 or 2 days before the start of the menstrual period (or earlier).
Pain during sexual intercourse.
Pain during bowel movements.
-Infertility may be the only sign that you have endometriosis. Between 20% and 40% of women who are infertile have endometriosis.1-Abnormal bleeding. This can include:
Blood in the urine or stool.
Some vaginal bleeding before the start of the menstrual period.
Vaginal bleeding after sex.
To get a diagnosis is the hardest thing I have ever had to do in my life. Ask any female who suffers from endo and they will probably agree with me. Doctors are VERY hesitant to give their patients this diagnosis. I don’t know why. I had to go through 5 OGYNS and countless pelvic exams to find a doctor that was willing to listen to me.
The only way to diagnose endo is with a laparoscopy. Its a out patient procedure. You’re asleep the whole time. The doctor makes a 3 incisions in your abdominal area: 1 for a camera, another for a tube that inflates your abdomen and lastly one for a probing tool. The doctor pretty much explores and takes pictures of your insides.
To show you how different everyone’s experience is I will share my symptoms:
-severe pelvic/cyst/back pain all month long.
-2 week period
-pain during intercourse
My endo is mostly attached to my ovaries (my doctor said my left one is pretty much useless because of it), my bladder and a little on my bowels.
As of right now I am told I am going to have a VERY difficult time having children. Which is ironic because my sister swears I should never be aloud to reproduce and my body listened to her.
I hope this answered all your questions. If you have anymore. Ask again! Also, women with endo, if I missed anything or if you want to share your story let me know.
Is it... "normal" for males to get the occasional pimple on their penis? I, myself, have never heard of this, but my boyfriend has had about 3 in the 2 years we've been together.
Yes it is. It is completely normal for males to get pimples and ingrown hairs. You just have to keep and eye out for suspicious appearance, pain and/or discharge because they could easily get infected or they may be something else.
I'm a 20 year old guy and it feels like I can't last very long at all. I'm in pretty good health, but I can't masturbate for long without stopping and starting. The first time I had sex, I finished in the first couple minutes. Any tips?
Lots of foreplay. Bring your partner really close to climaxing or have them climax during foreplay.
When you start and stop during masturbation you’re training yourself to last longer. Keep up with that practice.
You may also want to look into the teachings of Tantric Sex. Tantric Sex teaches one to with hold an orgasm and last longer. I would use that as a last resort if the foreplay and the practice fail to work in 6 months or so.
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Be gentle with the clitoris. It’s more sensitive than the penis, so touch lightly at first. Some females prefer gentle pressure around it rather than direct stimulation. Go soft, then increase speed and pressure.
My penis is 6 inches, bit less ... and surveys told that the average is something around 5 ~ 7 ... I never got any complain, my gf actually say that she loves my penis ... but I don't know, I just don't believe it. I feel horrible sometimes, I see other guys pictures, or videos and stuff and they never seen to be those average sizes, I know that there's all that "it only matters how you use it" stuff, I do a lot of things my gf loves ... but I just can't seen to get any confidence about it :(
The information I posted about the average penis size was exactly that, an AVERAGE. A lot of males most likely don’t fit into the average but that is what the researcher’s data said.
Size seriously doesn’t matter. A woman can only feel the first 2 inches of her vagina, even when aroused. What matters is confidence. Your is pleased so there is no reason not be confident.
Hi! This is for the anon who asked about the pill. It may take up to three months of usage for your body to get into the rhythm the pill creates. I wouldn't quit based on spotting - I've been on my pill for 3+ years and I spot once in a while stil, usually right before my period is due. It's nothing to worry about unless there's pain with the spotting. Happy pilling!