Currently, an increasing number of people are getting sexually active. And who can blame them? Besides the intense pleasure derived from it, there are also many benefits one gets from having sex. It won’t be much of a surprise that many people, experienced and inexperienced have many questions concerning sex.
There are some questions that many people deem embarrassing and consequently, hesitate to ask. We are going to address some embarrassing sex questions in this article.
1. I smell down there, what can i do?
It is best to see a gynecologist. A strong odor or scent is a sign of bacterial infection.
Also, avoid the use of feminine sprays or douches. They can irritate and alter the vagina’s natural flora. This increases the risk of getting an infection.
2. I have never had an orgasm during intercourse. Is there something wrong me?
Have no fear. It is quite common for women not to experience orgasms during vaginal intercourse. Without direct clitoral stimulation, most women do not climax.
To increase an individual’s chances, talk to your partner about massage of the clitoris during sex. Be patient. If you have never experienced an orgasm, it might require an hour of stimulation to produce results the first time. It might even take multiple tries until you get comfortable with the feelings of strong arousal.
3. Can anal sex give me hemorrhoids?
Hemorrhoids are painful swollen veins in the anal area. This occur as a result from excess pressure around the anus. For instance, when one is constipating and straining to go to the bathroom.
So can anal sex cause hemorrhoids? NO, anal sex should not cause hemorrhoids to pop up.
4. Does piercing my genitals increase my risk for infection?
Ideally, it is not the best to have a foreign objects around the genitalia. This is because areas prone to moisture attract bacteria.
According to Dr. Rosenzweig, genital piercing is not going to increase one’s risk for yeast infections or bacteria vaginosis only if she has a great hygiene and a normal immune system.
5. Where is my G-spot?
One school of sex researchers says the G-spot is the glandular tissue around the urethra (found behind the pubic bone, about 2 inches inside the vagina).
Others believe it is farther back, in a triangular area on the back of the bladder wall. This is called the trigone or T Zone, where three nerves come together.
6. Will my vagina be noticeably bigger after I have a baby?
If you push a baby out through the vagina, expect some stretching.
“After delivery, the vaginal opening is anywhere from 1-4 centimeters bigger than it was before,” says Bruce Rosenzweig.
It usually regains much of its elasticity within six weeks. Kegel exercises and other pelvic floor exercises performed during and after pregnancy help increase vaginal tone and decrease the risk of organ prolapse into the vagina.
7. Why don’t my breasts match?
There are many potential causes of significant breast asymmetry, but it is often unclear exactly what the cause is in a given case. Some women just naturally develop uneven breasts, while hormone imbalances, injury, or certain medical conditions may be the cause in other cases.
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