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The long and short of it...

Is it possible to work on the thickness and length of the male organ?

india Updated: Feb 25, 2006 11:07 IST
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The long and short of it...

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I am a 40-year-old married man. My sexual life is not very pleasurable because of my penis size and thickness. Moreover, the erection doesn't last long. I have heard that it is possible to work on the thickness and length of the male organ without any side effects. Will such pills prove useful for my sexual life? Please advise.

Rajesh Kumar

White marks on penis

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I am a 31-year-old married man. Of late, I am noticing some white patches on my penis head and it seems to be increasing each day. It is even causing irritation. I am not sure but can it be due to oral sex? I am uncomfortable discussing it with anyone except for you, so please guide me.

Raj Kumar

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What's an orgasm?

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I want to know about the ejaculation of a woman. Also, what is meant by an orgasm? Please guide me, as I am completely unaware of these sexual terms.

Sharat

Reply From Dr. Prem Lata Chawla:
Orgasm is just another word for the pleasure experienced at the time of ejaculation.

 

Hubby has changed after marriage!

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Ours was a love marriage in 1997, after a steady relation for six years. Till two years after marriage everything was smooth. My hubby loved me a lot but now he has changed. He does not love me any more; he does not even care for me. I just want to know if this is normal or do I have to rethink about this? Please suggest me as to how do I win his love? I do all possible things - like cooking that he likes, wearing what he loves seeing me in. I have even adjusted to his likes and dislikes but nothing seems to be working. I am dying everyday. Please advise me. I am very sure he will never accompany me for counselling so please do not advice going to a counsellor. Help me out.

Suman

Reply From Dr. Prem Lata Chawla:
You are at liberty to ignore my view as it is a stock advise for unhappy wives pinning for the love of a husband - a mere man. You should stop being unhappy; stop dying a number of deaths every day as no man is worth such a sacrifice. From now onwards start living for yourself - cook your own favourite dishes, dress up the way you feel most comfortable with, organize your entertainment, concentrate on your own job, children (if any). You should thank your husband in your heart for providing you an opportunity to grow up and live as an independent adult in your own right and not as a grown child dependent on his love, affection or even attention. After all what is he? An incompetent man who cannot even manage his family life? Good, you reminded me not to recommend counselling. Counselling a grown man without his wish accomplishes nothing. You sure are going to need counselling for yourself in case you continue the way you are - an adult only in physical form.