About the INTERCOURSE

About the MALE SEX ORGANS

About the FEMALE  SEX ORGANS

About the  IMPOTENCE

About the  FRIGIDITY

All about MASTURBATION

All about BIRTH CONTROL

All about ABORTION

All about VENEREAL DISEASE

GUIDE TO SEX PROBLEMS

 

CHAPTER TEN

GUIDE TO SEX PROBLEMS

Absence of Orgasm

I have been married to my husband for four years.  During this time I have only had orgasm about eight times.  I frequently dream I am having intercourse and I have orgasm then. However, intercourse with my husband I find it impossible to reach climax although I desperately try to.  We have tried different positions, but this has no effect.  Because it is so upsetting I often don’t wish to have intercourse.  Consequently he is becoming annoyed.  What can I do?

There are some women who are able to reach orgasm while they dream but have difficulty achieving it while engaging in intercourse.  A possible explanation for this is that inhibitions which interfere with sexual response when a person is awake may not exist during the sleep.

Perhaps additional stimulation while engaging in sexual relations would help.  If you were to permit,  or ask  your husband to stimulate  you in the area of the  clitoris  prior  to and even during  intercourse, it might  make  substantial  difference.  You must also overcome your distress and stop straining to reach climax, but rather relax and let the feeling overcome you.

Pimples at the end of nipples

While taking a bath under very bright light recently, I noticed little pimples on the tips of my nipples. A girl friend and my husband, too, said there was nothing to worry about but I would like to know the truth. Should I have an examination?
There is nothing to worry about it the impotence. What you call little pimples on your nipples are probably papillae. They sometime fill up with secretion and stand out a bit more.

However, it would put your mind at rest to have your breast examined by a gynecologist, or other physician, who could make a determination after examination.

Cancer        

My neighbour’s sister died from cancer of the womb about a year ago. Many people have told me that cancer is not contagious, but I don’t know if that is true.
Cancer is definitely not contagious. There is no reason why you should fear at all.

Venereal Disease              

I would like to know if performing an oral genital act upon a woman can result in gonorrhea or some other disease. If she is infected and it is possible to get it this way, would the immediate rinsing of the mouth with a mouth wash can kill these germs?

If the venereal disease is present it can be spread by oral genital acts. Rinsing the mouth with mouth-wash containing some alcohol would undoubtedly lower the chances of infection, but in mouth-genital contacts on a casual basis are always fraught with the danger of infection. There is no certain method of avoiding infection, since the possibility of your destroying all the germs, even by a mouth wash is not at all certain. Syphilis can be spread if there is an open sore, no matter how small, where a germ can enter the system.

 

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