Do cold sores mean herpes? Is cybersex really cheating? Where’s my G-spot? Get answers to questions women are often too embarrassed to discuss…
Embarrassing things happen to everyone – not just you. So we asked experts to tackle 7 questions about sex you’re too afraid to ask. Sit back, relax and read on…
Unless you’ve had a boob job, don’t count on perfectly symmetrically breasts.
That’s because breasts are made of mammary gland tissue and fat, and have naturally different amounts in each.
For some women, the difference is more pronounced – but it’s usually a cosmetic issue.
The fix: If it’s embarrassing or affecting your sex life, surgery is an option.
If one breast suddenly becomes much larger than the other, it could indicate an infection or tumor. Run to your gynecologist to have it evaluated immediately.
When you climax, the muscles around your genitals – including the sphincter muscle – relax, so it’s not unusual for a little gas to escape.
But even before orgasm, the in-and-out motion may trigger gas because the penis rubs against the anus through the vaginal wall.
The fix: If it happens frequently, take an over-the-counter anti-gas medication that contains simethicone before having sex.
It could mean you’re attracted to women (or a particular woman). But also it may signal that you’re missing the close, cozy feelings of hanging with a girlfriend.
Sometimes women symbolize nurturance, love and closeness.
If you’re in a relationship with a guy and you’re not getting enough closeness, such a dream might mean you need more of that.
Remember: An erotic dream doesn’t define your sexual identity.
Even if it means you feel sexually attracted to another woman, you don’t need to pigeonhole yourself. Maybe you’ll be attracted to women at times. There’s a scale rather than being gay, straight or bi.”
For starters, a good cardiovascular routine helps build energy and stamina.
Strength training and stretching can help you build muscles and improve flexibility so you can get into – and maintain – various sex positions.
The best exercise to improve sex is the Kegel squeeze. It’s basically strength training for your pubococcygeus (or PC) muscles, which hold up your vagina, anus, uterus, bladder and urethra.
The stronger these muscles, the more intense your orgasms.
Try it: Your first step is to locate your PC muscles by trying to stop your urine flow when you pee.
Hold the squeeze for five seconds, then release.
Do 50-150 Kegel squeezes a day to keep those muscles in good shape.
Warning: Don’t do Kegels regularly while urinating. This can lead to urinary tract and bladder infections.
Many people may not consider provocative emails to be cheating. After all, they reason, you’re only exchanging thoughts or fantasies, not bodily fluids.
But ask yourself: Would you want your partner to read your exchanges and would he be hurt, angry or resentful if he did?
If your partner wouldn’t feel comfortable with what you’re doing, you’re probably out of bounds.
BTW, this is what counts as cheating.
Try to figure out what’s missing from your relationship that you’re looking for online. Bored with your sex life? Does your husband see you as a mom instead of a sex kitten?
So don’t act out online. Rather, talk about it with your partner and expand your sex life together. Real sex beats the virtual kind any day.
If you push a baby out through your vagina, expect some stretching.
After delivery, the vaginal opening is anywhere from 1-4 centimetres bigger than before. Whether it snaps back to pre-delivery size after your recovery depends on several factors …
If you do Kegel exercises to strengthen the vaginal muscles, the outcome is better. If you had an episiotomy and your OB-GYN was meticulous about sewing it up, she adds, you could be better than before.
That said, after multiple deliveries, your vagina may still feel roomier and you may want more tightening than you’ll get from marathon Kegel sessions.
The fix: Ask your gynaecologist about vaginal reconstruction. The surgery can help lift and tighten the sagging muscles at the vagina’s opening.
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