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Sex drives my wife nuts!

I have been married for last 25 years. Initially, my sex life sex was satisfactory except for the last 13 years or so. Now, it drives my wife nuts! She is least interested in it. What to do?

india Updated: Jan 07, 2006 18:05 IST
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Sex drives my wife nuts!

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I have been married for last 25 years. Initially, my sex life sex was satisfactory except for the last 13 years or so. Now, it drives my wife nuts! When I do get to make love with her, she does not enjoy it. She can't wait to get back in her clothes. Even if I am able to get her an orgasm she does not like it. She has threatened to leave me if I go to someone else for sex. Please help me.

Frank

HIV through sex

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I am a 34-year-old bisexual man. I have had sex only with my wife, among women, but otherwise I was involved with men too. I have never had anal sex, open mouth kissing, etc. My partners have performed oral sex on me but I was always wearing a condom. Is there any risk of contracting HIV? Please advice.

Ganesh

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'I am too weak for sex'

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I am a 25-year-old man. I have indulged too much in masturbation in my teenage. Now, I am too weak to get married. I cannot enjoy normal sex life. I am suffering from nightfall and premature ejaculation. Just the feeling of a girl with me excites me so much that semen comes out. My problem is that I am going to be married soon but I do not want to spoil someone's life. I want to get treated but there are so many doctors I don't know to who to trust. Please guide me.

Mukesh

Reply From Dr. Prem Lata Chawla:
Your problem is premature ejaculation. It is as such is not caused by masturbation. You should see a psychiatrist and discuss your problem. One of the common causes of premature ejaculation is anxiety about matters related to sex and a few counseling sessions usually help.

 

Pleasurable sex without condoms

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I am 30-years-old and about to get married. My fiancée is 27-year-old. We both are virgins but talk about sex over the phone. We don't want to use condoms but at the same time we don't want the risk of pregnancy. What are the contraceptives we can opt for?

Anonymous

Reply From Dr. Prem Lata Chawla:
Your fiancée should see a gynecologist and get a prescription for oral contraceptives. Most of these preparations contain very low dose of hormones and are safe in every way.

 

First Published: Jan 07, 2006 18:05 IST