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How to avoid pain during sexual intercourse? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 01-Oct-2014
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Very Good Posted in: Women's Health
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Practicing since : 2005
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Doctor:Hi
User:Hi
Doctor:Please proceed with your query.
User:How r u sir
Doctor:I am doing good.
Doctor:How are you?
User:gr8
Doctor:Please proceed.
User:I am goining to XXXXXXX in 3 month
Doctor:OK
User:so i need some tips regarding better sex life
Doctor:OK
User:need some clerification on myths and facts
Doctor:OK
User:can u pls help
Doctor:Sure.
User:my age is 28
Doctor:OK
User:so pls give me the tips
Doctor:Please let me know the specific areas you have doubt in or need knowledge in. As it will easier to explain.
User:My wife and me both are vergin
Doctor:Ok
User:*virgin
Doctor:OK
User:i came to we cannot use any contraceptive if she is virgin
User:is it true
Doctor:NO, you can use contraceptives like barrier method that would be condoms or pills like contraceptives.
Doctor:Virgin is only regarding to presence of hymen in females and never had a sexual contact in males.
User:does female feels some pain during intercourse if she is vergin
Doctor:Usually they do. It is not exactly the pain but the sensation felt while insertion.
User:can it be avoided
Doctor:It can't be avoided but reduced by having more foreplay and use of jellies like vaseline over the genitals before the insertion.
Doctor:In females can use lignocaine gel to reduce sensation.
User:what is vaseline
Doctor:Vaseline petroleum jelly.
User:how can i use it
Doctor:Need to apply over the male genital before insertion.
User:ok
Doctor:apply a thin film all over the genital.
User:can we use coconut oil
Doctor:Yes, any moisturiser can be used which reduces the friction and reduces the dryness of the skin.
User:My genital become sensitive after erection especially head of it
Doctor:OK
User:is it normal
Doctor:Yes, its normal.
Doctor:nothing to worry if there is no burning sensation or reddish discolouration of the head.
User:but how insertion can be made if there lots of sensation
Doctor:You can reduce the sensation by using a condom which will increase the time of act and will avoid ejaculation.
User:what is healthy age for female to make baby
Doctor:Before 30yrs.
Doctor:is considered to be best to have kids.
User:and after how many year
Doctor:Sorry, are you asking after how many years of marriage?
User:18,21 or 25 years age of female
Doctor:before 30yrs age of female is considered to be good for having healthy kids.
User:I am asking for range for both male and female
Doctor:As if there is no range. It is from 18 yrs to 30yrs of female range considered to be healthy.
Doctor:*female age
User:and for male
Doctor:It is good upto 30yrs but we have seen cases where males age upto 50 too having kids.
Doctor:so it depends.
User::)
Doctor:Do you have any more queries?
User:i have an info that if we use contraceptive for long time female is not able to concive
User:if you want we can continue this chat later
Doctor:Yes, that is a possibility as the contraceptives can cause hormonal imbalances.
User:condom as well can do the damage
Doctor:Yes, you can continue the chat later with me or any available doctor at that time.
Doctor:you need to login into your dashboard.
User:dashboard?
Doctor:No, condom is a barrier contraceptive and have no action on hormones.
Doctor:After login the page would be a dasboard or my page.
User:ok doctor thanks a lot for your valuable inputs
Doctor:Thanks for visiting me here. Bye for now.
User:i will login laer
Doctor:sure
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