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Stepwise Approach to Overcome Poor Sexual Life

Written by
Dr. Devendra
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.

Published on Jan 30, 2017 and last reviewed on Feb 01, 2020   -  1 min read

Abstract

Abstract

Most people do not seek help when faced with a sexual problem, which puts their married life under stress. This article explains how most sexual problems are temporary and situational and can be solved merely by counseling.

Stepwise Approach to Overcome Poor Sexual Life

The brain is a larger sex organ than penis or breast. Any sexual act should culminate in satisfaction of both the partners to be successful. The way of having intercourse is more important than the physical appearance of your organs to your partner. Many marriages are under stress due to the need of sexual counseling. Social inhibition to seek medical advice on issues like premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction may lead to poor sexual quality of life.

For men, having early or premature ejaculation, a wide range of treatment is available. First, one should give importance to partner satisfaction. Foreplay is very important in sex. Considering sex as horse riding game is the biggest mistake. Directly inserting penis and knocking off in a minute is bound to leave female partner dissatisfied. So, start lovemaking with minimum 20 minutes of foreplay, fondling, caressing and stimulate your female partner till she gets the orgasm. Then, you can have intercourse, and even if you have premature ejaculation now, it will not bother much.

The next part is treating premature ejaculation and increasing intravaginal latency time. There are physical and medical ways to control premature ejaculation.

If all these measures are not up to your satisfaction, then medication can be given like Dapoxetine before sexual activity to delay orgasm. The stepwise approach in this manner helps most of the patients. So, stop worrying about the size or appearance of your organs.

For further doubts regarding sexual act, consult a sexologist online --> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/sexologist

Last reviewed at:
01 Feb 2020  -  1 min read

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