Tell us something we don't know

Discussion in 'Sexual Health' started by monkjr, May 11, 2013.

  1. monkjr

    monkjr Senior Member

    So women, tell us something us guys don't know about the sexual health of a woman and what guys should be aware of in the context of living with them in a boyfriend/girlfriend or husband/wife situation?

    To be more specific mention:

    1. Top brands of female healthcare products

    2. When to ask or seek out this kind of information in the relationship without it being awkward, should the guy snoop and see which brands the girlfriend or wife uses or just ask?

    3. Does having sex cause UTI's? Anything a guy can do to accommodate this or does it just come with the territory of having an active sex life?

    4. How much is too much stimulation on the clit? (guys commonly press to hard or cause to much friction)

    Answers and responses to questions of these sort are what this thread is about. The thread's context isn't so much as sexual as it is medical.
     
  2. lively_girl

    lively_girl Member

    I'm sure a lot has already been written about this, but here are some answers:

    1. If you have health problems, go see your doctor or a pharmacist. They'll give you the information on health care products you need.

    2. Talk to your partner about any potential or past health problems. Discuss contraception.
    The right time to talk about this is as soon as you choose to have sex with them.
    There's no need to feel uncomfortable about it. It's all related to sex, which is a big part of any relationship, so talking about it is important too.
    Don't snoop, just ask.

    3. To avoid UTI:
    - everybody should follow basic hygiene.
    - any objects or body parts that go into the anus, are to be either washed or kept away from vagina and UT.
    There are microbes in faces that cause vaginal and UT infections.

    For women:
    - always go to the to toilet before and after sex. Emptying your bladder after sex is important, because it washes the microbes away from UT.

    4. Clit stimulation: every woman is different, therefore:
    - start really gently
    - observe her reactions
    - listen to what she has to say
    - sensitivity of the clit can vary (usually more sensitive during menstruation).
     
  3. Aerianne

    Aerianne Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    Yes, be a darling and ask her if she needs you to pick up any feminine hygiene products for her when you're making a shopping list.

    Also, ask her how to hold her and rub her tummy or back if she's having bad menstrual pain.

    She will appreciate both these things.
     
  4. creampie00

    creampie00 If you can't DODGE it....RAM it!

    here is my input, I got a UTI and found out it was from not peeing after having sex. This was about 15 years ago, ever since I learned this info, I have not had one.
    Is there such thing as too much stimulation???
     
  5. nz male

    nz male Senior Member

    Us guys don't know just how bad a female feels during the heaviest or worst part of her monthly period. A honest fact isn't it ladies ?
     
  6. vivi25

    vivi25 Guest

    volevo chiedere se qualcuno ha provato di usare lovegra? io sento la secchezza dentro, pero ho paura di parlare con dottore mi vergogno. La mia amica mi ha consigliato di provare Lovegra, pero non sono sicura che รจ abastanza sicuro usare sti farmaci e se non provo nessun effetto collaterale...avevo trovato un sito come questo qua lovegra
     

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