'I dream of beautiful women'
1. I am a 43-year-old man, happily married with two kids. From past several months, I have been dreaming of beautiful women and when I wake up in the morning I notice that my bed is wet! Could you please let me know the reason for this? My wife has also noticed this and is asking for an explanation. Is this normal at the age of 43? Please guide.
Bed life issues
2. I have recently got married. My problem is that my husband discharges very early during intercourse. He is not able to sustain erection due to which we both feel uncomfortable. He loves me very much but is always very sad after sex, as we are not able to enjoy the climax. How can we make our sex life more pleasurable?
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Wife unable to conceive
1. I am 28 and got married in February 2002. My wife was using a contraceptive pill (Triquilar) until December 2002. January 2003 onwards she is trying to conceive but has been unsuccessful. I have certain doubts. We are using KY-Liquid as a lubricant during intercourse. Does this affect my wife's chances of getting pregnant? I read somewhere that egg white can be used as a vaginal lubricant. Is this true? Since my wife is not getting wet naturally, can I use some lubricant, which does not affect her chances of getting pregnant? Can you suggest a suitable one? Please clarify my doubts.
Reply From Dr. Prem Lata Chawla: Both of you should see a fertility specialist as three years is a long time for not having conceived in spite of trying. Most couples would seek treatment within a year of trying. Easily available creams or moistures are good enough for vaginal lubrication.
Male organ hurts
2. I am 32-year-old married guy. I have a problem in my organ. Sometimes, during sex with my wife, a nerve at the tip of the penis becomes red and hurts when I touch it. But after few days, it becomes normal. This has been happening from the last 2-3 years. This also happens when I masturbate. What could be the reason?
Reply From Dr. Prem Lata Chawla: What you have described as a 'nerve' is actually not a nerve but just a location on the tip of the penis. There should be no pain after sex in any form. You should see a doctor when you are actually undergoing the pain for a proper diagnosis and its management..
First Published: Apr 20, 2006 19:17 IST