Most people encounter at least one problem in the bedroom. The key is knowing how to deal with it so you both can move on to a better sex experience.
1. He finishes too quickly: One of the MOST common sex problems women face is that guys "finish" too quickly. Understandably, this can be very frustrating for both parties, especially if it happens over and over again.
Consider using a desensitizing cream to help him hold off longer, or have him do kegel exercises to strengthen his pelvic region, and thus be able to exert more control. If there's still a problem, consider asking him to speak to his doctor, because there are prescription medications that may help.
2. He can't keep it up for long periods: If your guy is having issues staying hard, mostly, there are drugs he can use. Most times, this is a physiological problem with a physiological answer, so don’t hesitate to seek it out.
This issue may be particularly maddening because it can happen at any point in the sexual process, and he honestly may not be able to explain why. Don’t get angry or upset with him — instead, try to talk it through. The two of you may even benefit from counseling to help with any emotional turmoil that might come along with this.
3. He has higher se x drive: High s ex drive is very common in guys. If your man is always bugging you for sex you don’t want to give, it’s helpful to find other solutions. Make it clear that it’s okay with you for him to watch porn (unless it isn’t), or give him smaller sexual favors such as hand jobs or blow jobs. These things can easily help him blow off some steam and keep you from having to work hard to keep him satisfied so often.
4. He has no s ex drive: This can be due to any number of reasons, including depression, poor health and medication. Start by suggesting to him that he start exercising more regularly. Improving his diet and sleeping more can also help improve mood and ramp up his sex drive.
If the problem runs deeper than that, he definitely needs to talk to his doctor about whether medication is affecting his libido. Low testosterone can also be a problem, so some men benefit from hormone therapy. Instead of taking it personally, try to help your man find the solution.
5. He watches too much p orn: Porn is a healthy outlet for sexual urges, but sometimes it can pose an issue if it becomes a substitute for the loving intercourse that you should be having. Have an honest talk about how you feel about him watching porn, but make sure you listen to his side, too. His reasons matter.
Does he do it because it fulfills a need to have private sexual experiences? Does he do it because he doesn’t get enough attention from you? Another reason this might be a serious sex problem is if you are offended by porn. If that’s the case, your relationship may not work. Most experts agree that porn is a beneficial outlet for men and women alike. If you're opposed to it, however, you may need to seek out a relationship where the man is on the same page.
6. He is a selfish lover: A common sex problem reported by women (but rarely reported by men) is that their lovers are selfish. They take, but they don’t give. They have sex willingly, but they don’t make sure their partners are satisfied – sometimes they fall asleep directly after intercourse.
This sex problem is solvable, but only if you’re willing to be totally honest about your needs. If you’re too shy to tell your man what you want or what you’re missing, you can’t blame him for not giving it to you – but if you’re open and it avails you nothing, it might be time to break up.
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