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Why penis comes to normal position during intercourse ?

I m 27 years old. Just three months ago I have married. Now, during our intercourse my penis comes to its normal position. I don t know why is it being. So, please advice me what can I do now. Thank you.
Asked On : Tue, 23 Aug 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
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Are you taking any medicine. You could be having erectile dysfunction. When this happens, ask your wife to masturbate your penis for you. This may help in making it stronger. If this does not help you need to consult Urologist for help. Get blood pressure, blood sugar tested.
Answered: Tue, 23 Aug 2011
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you have not expalined your problem clearly. is it that you get an erection but when you try for intercourse you erction comes down or whether you dont get erection at all. you ahve also not mentioned whether you sexual life has been normal in the intial phase of your marriage. If you are getting a full erection at any point of time then your problem is not physical but pschological. It may be because of performance anxiety, the pain you may be experiencing during penetration primaliy because of lack of lubrication in your partner, lack of interest and arousal in your partner etc. If you are not getting anr ercrtion at any point of time consult a sexologist else contact a clinical psychologist at the earliest

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Answered: Mon, 29 Aug 2011
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