My penis has become slightly curved to one side due to sex and masturbation techniques. What can I do to correct this?
If your penis curves now that you masturbate, your penis most likely curved before you started masturbating -- you just never bothered to take a careful look down before then. Slight curvature of the penis (referred to as congenital curvature) is normal. There’s nothing you can do to correct the natural shape or lean of your penis; the way it’s shaped is no more controllable than the shape of your ears, for instance.
If the change in penis shape during erection is significant, however, (I’m talking about an hour-glass-like shape) consult a physician, as this may be a sign of Peyronie’s disease.
first-timersI will be married in the middle of this year and my future wife and I are both virgins at age 24. We are both nervous and excited at the same time. What advice can you give to ease the nervousness for both of us that night?
It’s normal to be nervous, but you and your fiancée have one great advantage: There’s no way you can disappoint her or be disappointed yourself. Take comfort in the fact that neither one of you has any preconceived expectations. Not only won’t your fiancée be comparing you to anyone, but she also won’t know what to expect -- which means that she’ll love any impromptu technique you break out on her.
If reminding yourselves of this fact still doesn’t ease your nerves, opt for a glass or two of champagne to give you a little liquid courage.
Having wet dreams and dealing with her vaginal odor...
post-baby orgasmMy wife gave birth to our first child six months ago, and she hasn’t been able to have an orgasm since. Before she had the baby, she used to have intense orgasms every time we had sex. Did having a baby “ruin” her?
Your wife’s difficulty with orgasm after giving birth is actually a very natural physiological response. The female orgasm begins with the pubococcygeal muscle (aka the PC muscle), the muscles that support the genitalia. Naturally, the stronger the PC muscle is, the more intense the orgasm will be. During child birth, however, the muscle stretches and may lose much of its elasticity, thus affecting the strength of the woman’s orgasm.
How can this be remedied? Why, by the magic of Kegel exercises, of course. Very much in the same way a man would stop and start the flow of urine to strengthen his PC muscle, a woman should perform the same exercise to regain PC muscle elasticity.
no wet dreamsI’m 20 years old and I’ve only had a handful of wet dreams in my life -- like two or three. Is this normal?
Are you a frequent masturbator? Or do you have an active sex life? If you are voiding your semen by other means, you’re probably not having wet dreams because your body simply doesn’t need to expel any excess semen.
But if you like doing laundry frequently and changing bed sheets, you might be able to increase the occurrence of your wet dreams by temporarily putting a halt to your frequency of masturbation and/or sex. This might give you a wet dream or two, but if you still manage to wake up dry, don’t panic -- your body knows what it’s doing.
vaginal odorI have horrible vaginal odor. I shower every day, but nothing helps. It always ends up with the same weird smell at the end of the day. Help me.
Vaginal odor varies from woman to woman, and changes from mild to strong throughout the course of her menstrual cycle. Some women might have a scent that is hardly recognizable, while an unlucky few might have a very pungent odor. There is only cause for concern if you notice a sudden and irregular change in odor (like a foul or “fishy” smell), this might be a sign of infection. If this is the case, consult your physician.
The problem might also be sweat-related. Avoid, wearing fabrics that don’t allow air to circulate, like synthetic underwear and spandex. Instead, opt for cotton underwear and other “breathable” fabrics.
As a final step, carefully wash the vulva on a daily basis with a mild antibacterial soap.
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