When a man exerts pressure during defecation, a few drops of urethral fluid trickle down is called Dhat. This is NOT semen, so there is no need to consult the doctor in this regards.
No! Curve in the penis does not affect or disturb your sex life so there is nothing to worry about it.
Condom is the Best contraceptive, easy to use, economical, safe and also protects from STD’s.
No! Such bleeding usually occurs due to the rapture of the hymen in virgins. However, the hymen may be absent from birth or might rupture while playing games, doing exercises or using tampons. Hence, a woman may not bleed during the first sexual intercourse though she is a virgin. We have seen many marriages on the rocks because of this misconception. It is a matter of a big issue over a small tissue!
Inability to retract the foreskin due to adhesions between the foreskin and the glans penis is called phimosis. It may lead to pain, frenulum tear or paraphimosis during intercourse and also predisposes the individual to recurrent infections. It can be prevented by good local hygiene and can be easily cured by circumcision.
Some women do report squirting of fluid at the time of orgasm, but this is rare. Whether this can be called female ejaculation is controversial.
An orgasm represents the zenith of human pleasurable experiences. Orgasm is derived from the Greek word orgaos which means to swell with lust. Orgasm is defined as “an explosive, cerebrally encoded, neuromuscular response, at the peak of sexual arousal by psycho biological stimuli, the pleasurable sensations of which are experienced in association with dispensable pelvic physiological concomitants”.
Foreplay is quite vital part of complete sexual play. It enhances sex pleasure and in most cases helps to reduce the anxiety and fears associated with sex. It gradually stimulates the partners so that their enjoyment span is enhanced and particularly a man can have delayed ejaculation. Foreplay is particularly useful in combating problems related to vaginismus in females and psychogenic impotency in males. It stimulates natural lubrication, which is secreted from sex glands (Cowper’s glands in males and Bartholin’s glands in females) and that facilitates a pleasant sexual intercourse.
An orgasm is difficult to describe it can be experienced but difficult to explain in words. But any way we are trying to explain it. When a person reaches orgasm he/she has gasping uncontrolled movements or a sense of suspension which are Non- Verbal communications to the partner that one has had an orgasm. It is mostly accompanied by rhythmic vaginal contractions in Females and the Ejaculation in Males. Later, The person appears to be calm and satisfied. The signs of having had an orgasm are quite fleeting. The best way to confirm is to ask the Partner.