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Hi Sir, I have taken I pill in January. Then my periods were normal. I have also done urine culture it was negative. But last month my periods stops. Is it I pills reaction?
From past one month I feel decrease concentration towards sex, there is no problem in erection but I can't concentrate on sex even after erection. I have no other problems like stress etc. I am married from past 6 months earlier I feel no problem like this.
One more question doctor please help in this actually my doctor also said to avoid sexual contact for first three months right now I am 3 weeks pregnant so is it real?
I have 3 kids ,so I'm not interested in anymore kids, but this time I haven't used protection while intercourse so she is scared of getting pregnant, on 21st June she had her last mens (28 days cycle). please suggest some medicine to abort it Or reduce the chance of getting pregnant.
Good morning doctor, We have married recently ,unfortunately we have involved in sex, but we don't know whether we involved in intercourse, generally we planned a baby for next year but unfortunately it's happens, if my wife gets pregnant ,and we don't need a child right now so kindly please know me how to avoid pregnancy for my wife and what are the medicines should be taken for a abortion if my wife is pregnant?
I had sex on the last day of my period and I took unwanted 72 for safety. But I bleed a little on the 7th day of taking pill. What is this? Is there anything serious? Is this withdrawal? How long will it continue? What should I do?
The Aging Penis and Its Impact on Sexual Health
When a guy is in his prime of life, it's hard to even imagine that a day could come when his interest in sex might have died down. Young guys feel "up and at 'em" on what seems like a 24-hour-a-day basis. But what about when they get older? Society's perception of older men tends to be one of guys who have much less sexual desire than they used to; worse, the stereotype is that even when they do feet hot and bothered, they often can't attain the erectile status that they need to satisfy the desire. But is there a basis for this view? Can keeping an eye on proper care have an impact on a man's aging penis?
A 2009 article from the Journal of Sex Research provides a good starting point for looking into this issue. The article states that "biological factors have an indisputable effect on sexual activity among the elderly, but they do not directly determine it." Yes, aging does have a direct impact on the physical functioning of the male sexual apparatus, and other indirect health factors, such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes, which may increase in prevalence among an aging population, can also play a big role.
With information drawn from two national sex surveys from Finland in the 1990s, the study found that aging men had more sex than aging women and that sexual activity among aging men depended largely on an individual's sexual self-esteem, good health and an active sexual history. In other words, those who took care of themselves physically, had a good opinion of their general sexual ability and had been sexually active earlier in life generally continued to be more sexually active later in life.
More recent research
A 2016 study ("Sexual Quality of Life and Aging: A Prospective Study of a Nationally Representative Sample") looked at this perceived problem and came up with a different point of view. Analyzing data from more than 6200 men and women from the Midlife in the United State study, the scientists sought to include aging with such sexual factors as frequency, number of sexual partners, etc. When incorporating all of these factors, aging went from being negatively correlated with sexual quality of life to being positively correlated with it. It was felt that the sexual quality of life of older adults (both male and female) was affected more by the quality rather than the quantity of sexual activity. In other words, aging brought with it a kind of sexual wisdom in which sexual satisfaction had a changing definition for the participants.
More recently, a 2018 article looked at the sex lives of elderly men and women in Europe. "Seventy-Five Years Old and Still Going Strong: Stability and Change in Sexual Interest and Sexual Enjoyment in Elderly Men and Women Across Europe" examined about 3800 people in Denmark, Norway, Belgium and Portugal. It concluded that "good health, an active sex life throughout the lifespan, direction of relationship, and feeling emotionally close to partner during sex" were the major factors for sexual satisfaction among the aging set.
All these studies indicate that, while there may be some changes as one ages, it is quite possible to have a satisfying sex life in the later years.
One common factor is the state of one's penis health, so men should really consistently make use of a top drawer penis health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). The most sought-after cremes will include a wide range of healthy, beneficial vitamins, including A, B5, C, D and E, the topical application of which can more directly target the penis. Also desirable in a crème is L-arginine, which helps boost nitric oxide production and thereby aids in keeping penile blood vessels open for increased blood volume.