No pain, no pleasure!
1. I am 27-years-old and unmarried. My foreskin, during erection comes back from the head normally. And I don't find any pain during masturbation. But a small part of the foreskin remains attached to the tip of the organ. But this attachment doesn't prevent uncovering the total head of the penis. However, I can't pull the foreskin beyond the head due to that attachment. Is it normal? I have heard that for phimosis, the head doesn't come out of the foreskin. But in my case, it comes out completely but with one small part attached to the tip. The attachment portion is in the bottom part of the penis. Will this create problem after marriage?
'I reach climax before time'
2. I am married from last three years. My problem is that I ejaculate very soon (about 3-5 minutes). I want to know the average time for a man to ejaculate during sexual intercourse.
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Trouble after sex with lover!
1. I am really worried about my vaginal discharge. I had sex with my boyfriend seven months back and after that my periods were normal, nothing happened so I thought I am safe. As it was my first time, I did not take any precautions and had unprotective sex. (Although, now I realise my mistake) However, now suddenly some brownish blood - which I can't say looks normal, comes out. I didn't have periods - infact they are not regular. Although, I have not experienced such a thing before, is it possible that I have got any sexually transmitted disease or anything else? Why am I experiencing this after seven months? How can I get help and is it curable? What steps should I take?
Reply From Dr. Prem Lata Chawla: A change in the colour of vaginal secretions is commonly due to local infections but still it would be better to consult a gynecologist.
My snoring is horror for others!
2. I am a 22-year-old postgraduate student living in a hostel. My problem is that I snore badly. I have this habit from past few years. Initially, I used to snore occasionally but now it has become a ritual. It puts me into a very embarrassing situation as my friends always make fun of me in public. I will be getting married by next year that is making me even more upset as I feel I will become an object of laughter! Please help.
Reply From Dr. Prem Lata Chawla: As such there is no cure for snoring. One learns to live with it and the roommates learn to sleep with it as they learn to ignore the noise.
First Published: Mar 24, 2006 20:21 IST