Sex Education And Counseling

Sex education and counseling is a process that involves providing information regarding sex practices, techniques, and human sexuality. It is either given by parents or teachers, or friends. It helps to know the risk associated with sexually transmitted diseases. There are three types of sex education such as abstinence-only sex education, health, safety-oriented sex education, and comprehensive sex education.

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Can premature ejaculation be a reason to avoid sex in men?

Query: Hello doctor, Lack of sex with my husband. He ejaculates prematurely. We avoid sex to reduce disappointment. Since from married years, it has never been better even after numerous counselings. No communications, we are like just best friends. I need a lover to help me get well again. I am taking Ye...  Read Full »


Dr. Krishan Kumar Sharma

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. If he has a fear of something (based on experience) like failed in proper sexual intercourse, he will try to avoid that, because he thinks that it is going to be abandoned, and going to face humiliation in front of you. So he thinks it is better to have no sex, no de...  Read Full »

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