sexpert questions and answers part one
There was a time when Indians were reluctant to ask questions on sexology or on sexual behavior. But due to the involvement of a new generation, now they have started to ask questions from their partners, friends, and sexologist doctors.
They have even started to take part in discussions about sexology on many online forums. The concern here is, at least they are ready to discuss these things openly.
Here we are going to discuss some of those questions from women’s side and try to answer them in an effective and short way.
Question 1: My husband is less interested to engage on the bed? How can I make things interesting to him so that he likes to take this pleasure more often?
Answer: A good conversation is a fulcrum of any relationship. So talk to him, maybe he is going through some issues in his work life.
Secondly, don’t make him do things you like on the bed. Men tend to take charge during the sexual drive, so let him do that and appreciate it.
Third, maybe he is less experience than you in sexual acts, so lack of confidence in bed is natural to him.
And last but certainly not least, maybe he is going through some sexual issues from which you are not aware. Consult the Best Sexologist in Delhi in that case. Dr. Manu Rajput and Dr. Kanu Rajput will definitely help your partner with their wide experience.
Question 2: Is expecting sex in pregnancy is wrong?
Answer: No. Expecting something like an act of love making is not wrong. You can have sex in pregnancy, but with proper care and attention.
But since when you are in sexual act, you either focus on making love to your partner or taking care of the unborn baby who’s safety lies with you.
It’s very difficult to achieve both of these together. Thus, just to prevent you and your partner from frustration it is advisable for you to enjoy other acts of love making then penetrative intercourse.
Talking about its benefits. It can release your mental pressure to become a parent.
Question 3: Is oral sex healthy or not? Is semen is really unhealthy to swallow?
Answer: Talking about if oral sex is healthy or not is not as simple as it seems.
Firstly It’s a subjective thing. If the private parts are not properly washed or are having infection etc. Then it’s definitely not healthy. It can also lead to many Sexually Transmitted Diseases(STDs) and Sexually Transmitted Infections(STIs).
Many women don’t like to engage in oral sex. Maybe they have their own certain reasons but most of them find it unhealthy.
Frankly, you cannot put the blame on them. It is an individual choice. If you seriously like/love her then try to respect what she wishes to do. Same goes for females as well.
As far as swallowing semen is concerned there are many health benefits but complications attached to oral sex outweighs its benefits.
Apart from the risk of contracting STDs and STIs, semen due to its quite sticky nature can literally choke your partner to death, hence it should be avoided.
Note: Please be aware that we do not encourage practicing oral sex etc. Oral sex is illegal in many countries including India.
Question 4: My husband has some put on weight, and now he is facing difficulty in getting an erection. What can I do in this case?
Answer: A lot of doctors have stated that weight can create many issues in getting hard and sustainable erection for intercourse. This alone or with many other factors can cause Erectile Dysfunction (ED/ IMPOTENCE) to your male counterpart.
Apart from erectile dysfunction, being over weight can cause decrease in your energy levels, mobility during sex, and of course, buried penis syndrome, in which the penis is buried under folds of skin.
Well, this is enough for this write-up, we will come up with more discussed questions on sexual issues in another section. If you are a Male and having tough time having a blessed sexual life then you can consult Dr. Manu Rajput and Dr. Kanu Rajput at Sidri International Skin Hair & Sexology Clinic only by Booking a confirmed appointment.