Posted On Thursday, July 26, 2012 at 09:17:29 AM
I’m a 20-year-old man. Whenever I indulge in foreplay with my girlfriend for more than an hour, I start experiencing excruciating pain in my testicles and abdomen. My scrotum swells up as well. This happens only if I don’t ejaculate. Do I have to ejaculate every time I have sex? What should I do to stop the pain?
You have the answer: ejaculate.
I touched my girlfriend’s vagina with semen on my hands. I just touched the clitoris and did not insert the finger inside the vagina. Her periods had ended two days ago. She is a virgin and her hymen is intact. Can she still get pregnant because of this?
Why would you be so foolish? Do you not carry a tissue? Pregnancy can occur even with the hymen intact.
I am a 28-year-old married man and my wife is 26. We got married a month ago. Before intercourse, a foul smelling fluid comes out of her vagina which is huge turn-off for me. Please help.
A visit to the gynecologist will solve the problem. Meanwhile, ask her to use some perfume.
I’m a virgin, but can I still get pregnant? Should I opt for an emergency contraceptive?
As mentioned on the pack, the tablet is for an emergency only and not to be used as a regular contraceptive. The low dose hormone tablet has been found to be safe and accepted birth control solution across the world. You will have to take one tablet daily for 21 days and repeat the cycle after a gap of five to seven days. See a gynaecologist who will prescribe the right one.
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