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'My girl ditched me for her ex'

I had a friend, whom I loved a lot and she also used to love me. But she had an affair before she met me and it was okay with me. But, now she dumped me for her ex-boyfriend...

india Updated: May 29, 2006 19:25 IST

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'My girl ditched me for her ex'

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I had a friend, whom I loved a lot and she also used to love me. But she had an affair before she met me and it was okay with me. But, now she dumped me for her ex-boyfriend and she does not even want to talk to me. This happened seven months back. I was okay with that for last six months but now I feel like talking to her and just want her back but she is being rude to me. This is killing me and I am feeling very much depressed. Please tell me what to do?

Anonymous

Does size matter for sex?

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Is masturbating compulsory for men after 14 years of age to increase penis size? What exactly is the organ size that a man should have to satisfy a woman? Does size matter for sex?

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Sex with friend causing dilemma

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I had unprotected sex with my girlfriend five days before her menses. Everything was fine. She had her periods on time. But, this month she skipped them. What does this indicate? Will she become pregnant now?

Swarn

Reply From Dr. Prem Lata Chawla:
You need not worry about pregnancy in case you are sure that there was no unprotected sex after the February menstrual cycle. Pregnancy should be suspected only if there is a delay of nine days in a sexually active person.

 

Don't want to get my self checked

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I am a 31-year-old married man. My wife is six years younger to me. We are sexually very active but still there is no sign of pregnancy till now. My wife has got tests done is declared perfect. Now, I dread the feeling of getting myself checked. What if there is some deficiency in my sperms? Will it be curable? Please guide.

Ramesh

Reply From Dr. Prem Lata Chawla:
Investigating a woman for infertility is waste of money, effort and time without first checking her husband's semen that costs less than Rs. 100. It is painless and least time consuming. Only unethical medical practioners do it for the sake of money and some insecure husbands get it done. You better be more responsible for yourself and get the test done and consult an Urologist in case any problems with semen.