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What can reduce pain after and before sex? Is there a diet or cream for ease of pain?

hello doctor i am married my wife afraid to do sex beacuse she will be suffer pain and i want baby in first time i dont know what cream or medicine taken to reduce pain before sex and after sex my wife and i want to do sex but she afraid please explain my all question then she can do less free sex and after sex use medicine for less pain .which diet and what take i should before sex .can i take alchohel
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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Dear ajay , FIRST OF DONT RUSH TO PENILE INSERTION. HAVE GOOD ROMANCE AND FOR PLAY BEFORE FOR VAGINAL LUBRICATION COMING MEAN TIME YOU CAN APPLY XYLOCAIN GELYY 2% TO HER VAGINAL OPENING AND TRY SMOOTH PENETRATION GRADUALLY INITIALLY WITH YOUR FINGER OR ASK HER TO INSERT HER FINGER AS SHE GETS COMFORTABLE WITH THIS THEN GRADUALLY MOVE TO PENILE INSERTION IT WILL TAKE FEW DAYS FOR HER TO GET COMFORTABLE THEN YOUR ROUTINE SEX WILL BE ENJOYABLE.
Answered: Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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