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I am applying coconut oil on my penis for massage but it is safe to pour coconut oil on glans of penis.
My query is regarding conception. My wife does not want to take I pills due to side effects and I don't want to use condoms. are there other methods to stop pregnancy. I have read that 1 week before n after periods is safe but is it true. please guide me docs I am bit confused. Thank you.
Certain medical conditions can be embarrassing to be discussed with your closed ones and doctors. Sperm leakage is one of them, and if you are experiencing it, fret not; awareness about the problem will give you clarity on seeking treatment.
Read on to get an insight into the problem
Semen leakage is one of the most common issues that men face. There are many instances when sperm leakage becomes more likely, such as during urination, while using the toilet and when your sex drive is running wild. It is always recommended to have a clear idea of what is causing the sperm leakage. This is because sperm leakage can sometimes be an indication of sexually transmitted disease. Along with sperm leakage, it could also lead to other symptoms such as back pain, loss of hair, pain in the testicles, premature ejaculation and weak erection.
- Sperm leakage during urination: Various factors can contribute to the problem of sperm leakage during urination, and these causes may vary from one individual to another. Though excessive masturbation is agreed as the reason, retrograde ejaculation where semen goes into the bladder often leads to semen leakage. Other medical problems such as deformity of the genital organs, lack of zinc, chronic infection of the urogenital system and alcohol abuse are also causes of sperm leakage. It is important to reduce smoking, use of alcohol and most importantly, you have to bring down masturbation in order to reduce this problem.
- Sperm leakage during interaction with the partner: Some men also tend to leak sperm while conversing with their partner. This may happen right before sex or after sex or simply while talking to his partner. The exact cause of this is not known, and the amount of sperm ejaculated varies from one person to another. The female partner may develop STI or get pregnant if this comes in contact with her mucous membranes. There is practically no way to inhibit sperm leakage, other than controlling sexual arousal. It is very important to use a condom right from the beginning for avoiding any kind of unwanted incident.
- Sperm leakage while using the bathroom: Another common problem faced by men is the discharge of semen during bowel movements. The process of production of semen is a constant one and the testicles aid in the production of a certain level of semen while the prostate glands produce most of it. When the nerves are weakened, or the prostate glands become congested, it could lead to leakage of sperms while using the toilet. The most common causes of it are frequent hand practice, frequent arousal without ejaculation and indulging in erotic thoughts too often. There are various natural means of curbing this issue though adopting healthy habits are the most important factor in reducing sperm leakage while using the bathroom.
Though any person can face the problem of unwanted semen discharge, it is commonly seen in those who immerse themselves in erotic thoughts or masturbate a lot. It is therefore suggested to reduce these to get rid of the embarrassing problem.
I have small penis I .e 2-2.5 cms but when it erected it becomes 8-9 cms I have so suffered with this problem When I use to go to toilet I feel shy due to my small penis I consulted Dr. he told me that it's a normal don't worry So please give me the answer why this happens Give answer in telugu for understanding purpose.
Sir I have early sperm falls problem. I am not married but when the penis active and I give my hand only the sperm comes out. And I think that the sperm got thin. How to I solve this problem and what I do and what I don't?
Hello my best friend sister like she needs help. Actually she ended with her periods on 16th of feb and on 22nd feb she had an protected sex (condom) with her bf. As according to her the whole act was for around only 15 mins and she said her bf did no ejaculated inside her. Still she was worried and she took an i-pill within 4 to 5 hrs on 22nd. Then on 28th she got slight bleeding in the morning then it stopped. Then again the next day she had bleeding the whole day n then it stopped by evening and nw on 1 st again she got bleeding but very little and stopped. She was also having headache and body ache. What is the reason? Is it the side effect of i-pill or she is pregnant?
Hi Me and my boyfriend had some intimate moments last night and we were full clothed. He once fingered me that was not so deep and hand was dry that time. However he ejaculated in his pants. Is it possible to be pregnant without intercourse or by touching vagina.
Pain during or after sexual intercourse is known as dyspareunia. Although this problem can affect men, it is more common in women. Women with dyspareunia may have pain in the vagina, clitoris or labia. There are numerous causes of dyspareunia, many of which are treatable.
Common causes include the following:
-Atrophic vaginitis, a common condition causing thinning of the vaginal lining in postmenopausal women
-Side effects of drugs such as antihistamines and tamoxifen (Nolvadex and other brands)
-An allergic reaction to clothing, spermicides or douches
-Endometriosis, an often painful condition in which tissue from the uterine lining migrates and grows abnormally inside the pelvis
-Inflammation of the area surrounding the vaginal opening, called vulvar vestibulitis
-Skin diseases, such as lichen planus and lichen sclerosus, affecting the vaginal area
-Urinary tract infections, vaginal yeast infections, or sexually transmitted diseases
-Psychological trauma, often stemming from a past history of sexual abuse or trauma.