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Methods to make sex a pleasurable act - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Sexual Problems
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Doctor :   HI
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   me and my husband not enjoying sex. i feel when he insert his penies into vagina there is nothing excited with us.... why
User :   as i have heard that sex is very pleasureable act
Doctor :   Do you have any sort of presex act or you just
Doctor :   rush into the sex
User :   we tried different positions, we love each other, there is not problem of ejculation
Doctor :   ok
User :   we do very good forplay and enjoy it very much but when SEX is concerned there is nothing
Doctor :   but What is that you would like to happen when you are having sex like they way that you might have seen in the porn movies
Doctor :   It shall not be happening that way since not necessarily every thing happens the same
Doctor :   It shall take time for you to understand the Physiology that is taking place and the react to it like wise
Doctor :   and only then you would start enjoying Sex persay
Doctor :   Are you getting what i am trying to say XXXXXXXX ?
Doctor :   Are you with me XXXXXXXX ?

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