Joyful Sex With Joint Pain
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There's no reason that you can't enjoy great sex - even when you're suffering from joint pain! Here are the best positions for sex with sore joints.
Transcript: Luckily, it's easy to find new positions that put less strain on achy joints, so your sex life stays...
Luckily, it's easy to find new positions that put less strain on achy joints, so your sex life stays steamy! If movement causes you pain, ask your partner to provide most of the acrobatics. You may prefer a position that lets you move away if you suddenly experience joint discomfort. When a man has hip or knee problems, he can lie down on his back with pillows for support. His partner can then support her weight on her elbows and/or knees. When a woman has hip or knee pain, both of you can lie down on your sides, with a pillow between the woman's knees. The man should then enter from behind. The goal is to work together for your mutual pleasure and comfort. Learning what your partner enjoys will give you confidence that you can safely please your mate!More »
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You can ease the pain of intercourse with the help of some lubrication. To know more about having painless intercourse, check out this video.
Transcript: Pain during intercourse is no reason to surrender your sex life! Up to 50 percent of women may suffer...
Pain during intercourse is no reason to surrender your sex life! Up to 50 percent of women may suffer from dyspareunia, / [dis-puh-roo-nee-uh] which refers to painful intercourse. But there is help for this all-too-common condition! An obvious start is to use plenty of lubricant to ensure that penetration goes smoothly. If vaginal burning is a recurrent problem for you, your doctor can prescribe a topical gel. Most brands contain a five-percent concentration of a local anesthetic. Is pain after intercourse a problem? Try applying a frozen gel-pack wrapped in a towel to ease post-sex irritation. It can also be beneficial to urinate immediately after intercourse, and then to rinse your genitals with cool water. Dyspareunia shouldn't be suffered silently-sex is supposed to be fun! Try these tips to love your love life again!More »
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Sex during menstruation may seem like a very odd idea but with the right technique you don’t have to deny yourself the pleasure just because it’s that time of the month. Learn more here.
Transcript: Don't let a little blood stop you from having a great time! Here, tips on getting it on when you're...
Don't let a little blood stop you from having a great time! Here, tips on getting it on when you're menstruating. The best position for minimal mess involves your partner straddling you while you're on your back, a move which slows blood flow. Of course, it's always best to throw an old towel down in this scenario! Or, protect your sheets by wearing one of the newer forms of menstrual cups, like the INSTEAD Softcup. Inserted deep inside the vagina, the cup collects menstrual blood in its dome-like base. The cup works like a tampon, but it can be safely worn-although not felt-during sex. When having sex during your period, know that you are even more susceptible to STDs, as most can pass through menstrual blood. And yeah, you can get pregnant. So period sex should still be protected sex. Enjoy the experience more by being smart!More »
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If you are concerned about your vaginal scent, watch this video to get tips on maintaining a scent that is more pleasing to you. Check out this video to know more.
Transcript: Listen up ladies: Are you uncomfortable with your smell "down there?" The first step to smelling sweet...
Listen up ladies: Are you uncomfortable with your smell "down there?" The first step to smelling sweet is understanding why you don't. A truly unpleasant scent is usually the product of "bad" bacteria in your vagina. Bad bacteria cause the vagina's pH to change from a healthy acidic level to a smell-inducing alkaline one. Outsmart them by changing the way you wash. Harsh products strip away healthy bacteria, encouraging harmful bacteria to enter and leave the wrong kind of scent behind. Instead, wash your outer vaginal lips once daily with a mild, fragrance-free soap. But don't put soap inside your vagina. Your vagina is self-cleaning and can take care of that on its own! And pick panties with 100-percent cotton crotches, to improve air circulation and allow the vagina to breath. If you really want, you can try one of the feminine products which are commonly available, but make sure you scout out "pH-balanced" products to get the best benefits. But if you follow these simple tips, you won't have to use extra products to return to a sexier smelling state!More »
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Did you know that cranberry juice is quite effective against urinary tract infections? Find out what other steps you can take to prevent UTIs by watching this informative video.
Transcript: Okay, so cranberry juice may not be the sexiest food to throw on your partner, but it could prevent a...
Okay, so cranberry juice may not be the sexiest food to throw on your partner, but it could prevent a urinary tract infection! UTIs occur when harmful bacteria enters parts of the urinary tract, like the bladder. The result? Painful urination and a constant urge to go. Luckily, a glass of cranberry a day can keep UTIs away! Cranberries are thought to prevent bacteria from adhering to host cells in the urinary tract. Even easier, prevent UTIs by peeing immediately after sex. Because intercourse can push harmful bacteria up the vagina, urinating essentially "flushes things out." Finally, know that if you're using a spermicide you may be more prone to UTIs. If this becomes a problem for you, talk to your doctor about an alternate form of birth control. See, you can avoid UTIs without avoiding sex!More »
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Premature ejaculation is embarrassing, but remember that it happens to everyone! Watch this video to learn about ending premature ejaculation for good.
Transcript: Did you know that one in three men experience premature ejaculation? If you're no Energizer Bunny, here...
Did you know that one in three men experience premature ejaculation? If you're no Energizer Bunny, here are some tips that can help. If you're tired of her disappointed look, try masturbating a few hours before you plan to see her. This can often be effective, particularly for men who only occasionally deal with premature ejaculation. For a more permanent solution, try Kegel exercises, which strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, in turn helping you hold back. To locate and strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, the next time you're peeing, clamp down and stop the stream. Do this several times whenever you urinate. A great "in the moment" fix is a method called the squeeze technique. When you get close to orgasm, pull out and have your partner squeeze the end of your penis, maintaining pressure until the urge passes. Repeat this process whenever you feel ejaculation is eminent until you WANT to come. Soon, you'll find that you can keep going and going and going...More »
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Anorgasmia is a dysfunction where a person is unable to experience an orgasm. Learn why this could happen and how it can be treated.
Transcript: Can you imagine being able to get aroused during sexual stimulation, but never reaching orgasm? Orgasmic...
Can you imagine being able to get aroused during sexual stimulation, but never reaching orgasm? Orgasmic dysfunction, or anorgasmia, is a real medical condition, which means it is not something to be embarrassed or ashamed about. In primary anorgasmia, an individual has never experienced an orgasm, while in secondary anorgasmia, a person once attained orgasm, but now cannot. Anorgasmia has multiple causesbut 90 percent of them are psychological! For example, the condition can stem from performance anxiety, rape, negative attitudes about sex, or past abuse. For this reason, sexual therapy is often recommended for people with orgasmic dysfunction. In 65 to 85 percent of cases, this treatment cures the condition and allows patients to lead normalfulfillingsex lives! If allowed to persist, anorgasmia can cause discontent and conflict in a relationship. For this reason, its important to talk to a doctor if you cant climax!More »
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If you're struggling to get hot and bothered, it could be a sign of an arousal disorder. Take a look at this video for arousal disorder basics.
Transcript: You want sex, but cant get stimulated enough to have it. It might be sexual arousal disorder. Arousal...
You want sex, but cant get stimulated enough to have it. It might be sexual arousal disorder. Arousal disorders can exist throughout life, or they may begin unexpectedly, despite past normal responses. Men with sexual arousal disorder may not maintain an erection long enough for sex. Women may be unable to produce enough natural lubricant for sex. Whether the cause is physical or mental, treatment can ensure a patient is eventually able to haveand enjoy!sex.More »
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Low sexual desire, or ISD, is a medical condition where people experience decreased sexual interest and failure to initiate or respond to sexual activity. Watch the video for more details.
Transcript: Can you imagine not wanting sex? For twenty percent of the population, inhibited sexual desire is an...
Can you imagine not wanting sex? For twenty percent of the population, inhibited sexual desire is an everyday reality. Inhibited sexual desire, or ISD, is a medical condition that refers to a low level of sexual interest resulting in failure to initiate, or respond to, sexual activity. ISD can be primary, where a person has never felt much desire, or secondary, where the problem is recent. Sexual aversion disorder, refers to a lifelong repulsion to any genital contact. This condition occurs less frequently than ISD. In most cases, a physical cause is not found for these disorders. Luckily, that means that relationship, marital, and/or sexual counseling can often combat ISD. While having inhibited sexual desire is perfectly normal, not getting treated is harmful for both you and your partner-so talk to your doctor about ISD.More »
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Wile erectile dysfunction is certainly treatable with the aid of medications such as Viagra, there are side effects that can occur. Watch this video to get the real deal on Viagra.
Transcript: Viagra is the brand name for sildenafil citrate, which is used to treat erectile dysfunction, and was...
Viagra is the brand name for sildenafil citrate, which is used to treat erectile dysfunction, and was approved by the FDA in 1998. Sildenafil citrate is a prescription medication which is available as a generic drug and under the brand name Viagra. Sildenafil is a member of the phosphodiesterase inhibitor family. Heres how sildenafil works: When a man becomes erect, the arteries in his penis carry blood through the spongy tissue inside. When a health problem keeps genital blood from flowing properly, sildenafil increases blood flow to the penis, resulting in an erection. This increased blood flow to the penis makes sildenafil effective for treating erectile dysfunction. Sildenafil has a four-hour duration of action, meaning that sex play can last for some time. Viagra is available in twenty-five, fifty and one-hundred milligram tablets. Sildenafil should be taken as needed about thirty to sixty minutes before sexual activity. For maximum effectiveness, it should be taken on an empty stomach or with a low-fat meal. The most common side effects of sildenafil include headaches, nausea, and skin flush, but please ask your doctor for a complete list. Also, be sure to tell your physician immediately if you experience an erection that lasts longer than four hours, alterations in your vision, or any other significant changes. Sildenafil should not be taken in conjunction with medications that contain nitrates and should be used cautiously in people with low blood pressure. Ask your doctor for a full list of medications and conditions that should not be combined with sildenafil. Over fifty percent of men over the age of forty suffer from some sort of erectile dysfunction, and Viagra can be quite effective at easing symptoms. However, this drug should always be used under the direct care of a physician. Please ask for and review all of the information provided by your doctor before taking sildenafil. The information in this video is intended to supplement, not substitute for, the expertise of your physician. Always consult your doctor before using this drug.More »
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Cialis is a prescription medication used to treat erectile dysfuntion. Learn how Cialis works in this video.
Transcript: Cialis is the brand name for tadalafil, which is used to treat erectile dysfunction, and was approved...
Cialis is the brand name for tadalafil, which is used to treat erectile dysfunction, and was approved by the FDA in 2003. Tadalafil is a prescription medication which is available only under the brand name Cialis. Tadalafil is a member of the phosphodiesterase inhibitor family. Heres how tadalafil works: When a man becomes erect, the arteries in his penis carry blood through the spongy tissue inside. When a health problem keeps genital blood from flowing properly, tadalfil increases blood flow to the penis, resulting in an erection. This increased blood flow to the penis makes tadalafil effective for treating erectile dysfunction. Tadalafil has a thirty-six hour duration of action, and has thus become known as the weekend pill. Cialis is available in five, ten and twenty milligram tablets. Tadalafil should be taken as needed about thirty to sixty minutes before sexual activity. This medication can be taken up to once a day. The most common side effects of tadalafil include headaches, nausea and back aches, but please ask your doctor for a complete list.Also, be sure to tell your physician immediately if you experience an erection that lasts longer than four hours, alterations in your vision, or any other significant changes. Tadalafil should not be taken in conjunction with medications that contain nitrates or with alpha-blockers. Men who have been advised by their doctors not to engage in sex should not take this medication. Ask your doctor for a full list of medications and conditions that should not be combined with tadalafil. More than fifty percent of men over the age of forty suffer from some sort of erectile dysfunction, and Cialis can be quite effective at easing symptoms. However, this drug should always be used under the direct care of a physician. Please ask for and review all of the information provided by your doctor before taking tadalafil.More »
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Hymenoplasty is a surgical procedure through which the hymen is restored for virginity. Get more hymenoplasty facts in this informative video.
Transcript: Losing your virginity used to be a one-time experience. But using cosmetic surgery called hymen restoration,...
Losing your virginity used to be a one-time experience. But using cosmetic surgery called hymen restoration, or hymenoplasty, todays plastic surgeons may be able to help you relive your first time. Named after the Greek God of marriage, the hymen has been considered a sign of virginity since the Stone Age. Its a thin mucous membrane that partially covers the entrance to a womans vagina and often ruptures the first time she has sex. But the hymen can also tear during normal activity, such as horseback riding, gymnastics, and even inserting a tampon. When the hymen breaks, some women experience mild pain and bleeding, while others feel nothing at all. So why would someone want to restore their virginity? Some cultures and religions value virginity so much that men may request a certificate of purity showing the hymen is intact before they marry. In cases like this, a woman may be humiliated, or even punished for not being a virgin bride. For this reason select plastic surgeons in the United States and Europe offer hymenoplasty. The surgery is performed under local or general anesthesia and it takes about an hour. A surgeon uses a laser or scalpel to bring the fragments of a womans hymen together, and then stitches them back together around the vaginal opening, leaving only the small opening associated with virginity. Hymenoplasty costs from $2,000 to $5,000 and only lasts until the hymen is broken again. Still, women continue asking for the procedure for both religious and nonreligious reasons. Some women cough up the money in the hopes of reviving their sex life, or surprising their partners in bed. Although it DOES appear to effectively give the illusion of virginity, hymenoplasty is not approved by any official plastic surgery or gynecological association. So it isnt covered by insurance, and it can be hard to find a surgeon to do it. To learn more about various forms of vaginal restoration, check out other videos on this hot topic!More »
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In recent years, labiaplasty, a surgical procedure for reshaping the female labia, has become a common plastic surgery. Know more in this video.
Transcript: Women can have cosmetic surgery to change the appearance of their noses, breasts, lips, and thighsso...
Women can have cosmetic surgery to change the appearance of their noses, breasts, lips, and thighsso why not their vaginas? Labiaplasty is surgery to reduce or re-shape a woman's labia. This surgery involves the labia minora, which are the vaginas thin, inner lips. Generally, labiaplasty is done to correct elongated or asymmetrical labia, which may be a result of genetics, dramatic weight fluctuations, childbirth, or age. Whatever the reason for the labias appearance, most women choose labiaplasty for cosmetic purposes. In other words, they want their vaginas to look better.' For some women, labiaplasty is treatment for pain during sex or discomfort during normal everyday activities, both of which may be caused by an oversized or asymmetrical labia. Labiaplasty is an outpatient procedure thats performed under sedation, local or general anesthesia. During surgery, the vaginal lips are cut and remodeled using a scalpel, laser, or specialized scissors. Some women under-go clitoral hood reduction at the same time, which removes the folds of skin that shield the clitoris. Clitoral hood reduction allegedly increases arousal by making the clitoris more pronounced, but this has never been proved, and being close to the clitoris, is highly controversial as it may do more harm than good. The cost of labiaplasty ranges from $3,500 to as much as $10,000, and it is not covered by insurance. Three to five days recovery time is required before going back to work, and AT LEAST four weeks before having sex. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists state that labiaplasty may be appropriate in properly selected patients, but does not currently support clitoral hood reduction because more research is needed to assess that surgerys safety, risks and effectiveness. If you choose to have a labiaplasty, it is vital that you find a board-certified surgeon with A LOT of experience. If youre interested in learning more about other vaginal rejuvenation surgeries, check out more videos on this site!More »
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