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Get Pregnant The Old-Fashioned Way – Enjoy Your Sex Life And Stop Putting Pressure On Yourself

Posted on September 27, 2017 in Uncategorized

Many women struggle with the heartbreaking problem of not being able to get pregnant. But if you have had problems in the past, don’t give up! Success might be just around the corner!

One of the main problems that occurs is that sex turns into a “means to an end” – you want to get pregnant, so you have to have sex on a schedule to make it happen. Sex can become a job. It loses its spontaneity, and even if you don’t feel like it at that moment, you have to do it, because what if you don’t get pregnant?

Be careful that you don’t do real damage to your relationship with your husband or boyfriend by insisting that he perform like a machine, with no thought as to whether he’s actually enjoying it or not! What’s more, don’t ignore the pleasure you should naturally feel as part of sex. If sex just turns into a way that you can get what you want – a baby – there may be some issues you should deal with.

This may sound like a surprising topic to some people early in their relationships, but those of you who have been in a relationship for years know that sometimes you have to work to keep the spice in your sex life.

Now if you add in the fact that you and your partner are both under pressure to make sure you get pregnant, the act of sex can lose some of its joy. For some couples, it can even become a chore.

Studies have shown that female orgasm actually increases the chances of getting pregnant. So if your entire purpose in having sex is for the man to ejaculate, you might want to rethink your approach.

Some suggestions for making sex fun again: be sure to include time for foreplay. Even if you want to skip it and get “right to the main event,” it’s important to be turned on so that you enjoy sex (and want to do it more often). Also make time for afterplay – the cuddling and touching after intercourse ends. This will make sure that sex doesn’t have to feel like wham-bam-thank-you-ma’am.

By the way, carving out time for both is important. For instance, if you want to have sex in the mornings, be sure to go to bed earlier and get up an hour earlier.

If you make time for sex, it will be more enjoyable. And if you enjoy it more, you’ll both want to do it more. And the more you do it, the more likely you are to get pregnant.

Looking For Herbal Remedies For Premature Ejaculation and Tips on How to Make Sex Last Longer?

Posted on September 25, 2017 in Uncategorized

Those who are experiencing premature ejaculation are usually secretive about their condition. There are only a few men who actually consult their doctors for treatment of early ejaculation. Most men usually go about looking for treatments like herbal remedies for premature ejaculation on their own. Herbal remedies for pre ejaculation are often preferred by premature ejaculators, as they do not require prescriptions and are usually delivered in discrete packages.

There is no treatment for pre mature ejaculation, whether herbal or chemical, that has been approved by the US Food and Drugs Administration just yet. This has not stopped those who have ejaculatory problems and their doctors from experimenting with these natural and home remedies to help men last longer in bed during sexual intercourse. It may sound surprising to you, but it is a fact. You can find out more about this yourself.

There is a wide range of herbal remedies for premature ejaculation and other penile dysfunctions available from a number of venues. These herbal remedies have not been clinically tested but are popularly used nonetheless by men who want to discover how to make sex last longer. These herbal remedies are mostly in cream or spray forms. These herbal remedies work by desensitizing the penis and holding the ejaculatory response.

Among these herbal remedies include Kwang’s Solution, Iron Wood, and Wonder Drug. Again, there are no clinical studies proving the effectivity of these herbal remedies. There are users who have testified to the positive effects of these products in their own cases. It is always best to check with your doctor first before trying out anything for your premature ejaculation treatment. You need to determine what the cause of your pre ejaculation first to be able to get the right remedy for your condition without aggravating your condition or causing any other harmful health effects.

Protecting Penis Health After a Vasectomy – Pre-Op Advice and Tips

Posted on September 23, 2017 in Uncategorized

There comes a point in a man’s life where perhaps he has had all the children he wants to have – or maybe he is sure that kids are just not on the table for him – and he starts kicking around the idea of under “going the knife.” While a vasectomy may seem like a pretty straightforward procedure, it certainly isn’t something to be taken lightly. See what other men are wondering about the procedure and learn the risks, benefits and how to ensure adequate penis care, both pre- and post-vasectomy.

So, it’s 100% effective, right?

As the old saying goes, nothing in this world is guaranteed except death and taxes, and a vasectomy falls into the category of almost being a sure thing. The fact of the matter is, about 0.2% (or 2 out of 1000) of men who have undergone the procedure experience ongoing fertility, even several months after the surgery has been completed. This occurs either because of human error during surgery, or because the cut ends actually reconnect and heal themselves after the procedure has been done. Additionally, some men (1 in 2000) have a spontaneous recurrence of fertility months or even years after the procedure proved them sterile. All men should get a semen test several months after the procedure to ensure that it worked – men who are worried about spontaneous recurrence of fertility can get their semen tested at any time to ensure sterility has remained, though it is very rare after a negative test. It is also important to know that it takes a while for a man to completely go through his stores of semen in the body, therefore, condoms should be used for a few months after the procedure until that negative test has been confirmed by a doctor.

Is it permanent? What if my wife changes her mind about kids?

If there is even the slightest thought that kids could be in the future, a delay on the big V should be strongly considered. Though the procedure can occasionally be reversed years later, the surgery to reinstate fertility is only roughly 50% successful. Therefore, most doctors recommend a man consider it a permanent procedure.

What are the risks?

Breathe a sigh of relief, guys, there are typically no reported changes to a man’s sex drive, erectile strength, orgasm, or ejaculation after the procedure. The biggest risk tends to be men ditching the rubbers too soon after the procedure, leading to an unwanted pregnancy. Of course, any surgery comes with risk; however, serious complications occur in less than 1% of vasectomies.

Does it hurt?

Most men find the procedure to be mildly uncomfortable, while some men indicate zero pain at all. Of course, everybody reacts to anesthetic and surgical procedures differently, so results vary for each man. Healing is generally quick, and most men require nothing more than an over the counter medication for pain or swelling.

A guy can go condom-free after a vasectomy, right?

A man in a monogamous, long-term relationship where both partners have been screened for sexually transmitted infections can finally ditch those condoms. However, a vasectomy does not protect either partner from infections, so if a guy has multiple partners, he needs to keep the condoms handy.

Keeping the penis healthy

Regardless of a man’s surgery plans, he needs to keep the penis healthy to maintain the best possible sex life. One important way to do this is by stepping up the hygiene routine – as excessive bacteria or yeast can lead to unpleasant infections and odors. After exiting the shower, a man should use a penis health cream (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) full of essential vitamins and nutrients, including the bacteria-busting vitamin A to cut back on unpleasant odors, as well as natural emollients to support healthy, resilient and responsive penile skin.

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