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Sexual Problems & Sex Homeopathy Treatment

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Sexual Ejaculation problems

Although vertebral colon injury, urethral stricture or surgical removal of prostrate gland or testis may interfere with ejaculatory mechanism. Ejaculation can occur without orgasm, and if refractory period (time between one climax and the next) is short orgasm can occur without ejaculation; capacity for repeated ejaculation decreases rapidly after puberty - only 10 per cent of 41-year-olds are capable of ejaculating more than once during a love-making session. Ejaculation during dreams, ‘wet dreams', is quite normal.

'Premature’ ejaculation - climaxing before or as soon as penis enters vagina - but it does suggest anxiety, however caused, lack of concern for partner's satisfaction, and perhaps ignorance of female sexual response and of techniques for delaying orgasm.

It can lead to profound sexual dissatisfaction for both partners; woman begins to feel used, cheated, angry - all of which may depress her desire for sex man begins to feel self-conscious; dreads climaxing too soon, and may become so anxious about his sexual performance that even erection becomes difficult Rapid orgasm and ejaculation is common at beginning of many relationships; as trust and affection increase and anxiety wears off, timing of orgasm is easier to control. In isolated cases urethritis prostitutes a nervous disorder may make it difficult to delay orgasm and ejaculation, but if early ejaculation is causing problems and has no physical basis, try the self-help measures in Self Help / Remedies section; if you still feel you need expert help, ask your GP about sex therapy; it may be necessary for you and your partner to attend sessions since problem is seldom one-sided. Constitutional homeopathic treatment is strongly recommended; in the meantime, the remedies in Self Help section are useful dissolvers of anxiety and tension.

Penis Erection problems

Physical causes include injury or surgery to spinal cord or genitals, chronic illnesses such as Diabetes, various nervous disorders, many groups of drugs such as [alcohol, cocaine] fatigue, and sometimes lack of appropriate stimulation. Current thinking is that in 80 per cent of cases the inability to maintain a sustained erection is due to physical problems with blood supply to the penis.

Mental stress a state of general mental and emotional turmoil induced by pressures of modern living, or sexual intercourse easily inhibit erective response. Most men have erective difficulties at some time in their lives, often with women they feel strongly about, but a single failure or even occasional failure does not spell 'impotence'. However, if fear of failure becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy, try the self-help measures and homeopathic remedies; constitutional homeopathic treatment is strongly recommended where stress and anxiety are the culprits.

Lack of desire for sex

Lack of desire for sex due to mental stress and depression, fear of getting pregnant, performance anxiety and frequently boredom - rather than hormonal or physical. Labels such as ‘frigidity' and 'impotence' are old-fashioned and extremely unhelpful. If there is no 'normal' level of desire for sex (libido) in men or women, although in both sexes it is the 'male' hormone testosterone which sustains it; testosterone levels can be depressed by poor liver or kidney function, fatigue, pain, illness, depression, and stress, and also by tranquillizers, opiates, drugs used to treat high blood pressure, appetite suppressants, and alcohol.

In men testosterone production, and therefore libido, slowly declines with age; this leads to less urgency for coitus, slower erection, and delayed orgasm, all of which can add to sexual enjoyment rather than detract from it. In both sexes the ability to be mentally aroused lasts longest. For some women libido goes right down before a period temporary loss of interest in sex is perfectly natural after childbirth or gynecological surgery; in some women oral contraceptives and hormone replacement therapy have a lowering effect on sex drive. Treatment of underlying conditions mentioned above is obvious first step to restoring libido. Where cause is mainly psychological, sex therapy can be very helpful. Homeopathic approach is constitutional, provided there are no physical problems, but the remedies below should be tried first.

Masturbation worries

May be justified if masturbation is causing problems within a marriage or within a valued relationship, or if self-stimulation is compulsive, associated with extremely sadistic fantasies, or a symptom of inability to socialize. Worries about masturbation sapping health, leading to homosexuality, retarding development of adult sexual relationships, or undermining ability to have orgasm during intercourse are unfounded.

Studies have shown that people who continue to masturbate once they are in a sexual relationship are less likely to seek help for sexual problems than people who don't; for some couples, mutual or self-masturbation is part of intercourse or sex play. However, if urge to masturbate is causing anxiety, Constitutional homeopathic treatment can help to defuse anxiety and tension; in the meantime the remedies in-patient inquires may be helpful. Fill free contact any time.

Anxiety about intercourse

Fear of AIDS, herpes, and other STD [SEXUAL TRANSMITTED DISEASE], lack of physical affection in childhood, or parental strictures against exploring genitals or masturbating. Escaping into drugs or alcohol generally makes problem worse. Where anxiety is bound up with general insecurity or difficulty forming intimate relationships, constitutional homeopathic treatment is recommended.

Excessive desire for sex

Rarely has a physical cause but may be aggravated by certain drugs; not a problem unless compulsion to have intercourse becomes a burden to person concerned or makes unreasonable demands on a partner. Constitutional homeopathic treatment may be necessary.

Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)

In women intercourse may be painful due to vaginal or vulval infections, which cause unusual discharge or itchiness, frequent urge to urinate, or spasm of muscles at entrance to vagina pain on deep penetration or in certain positions may be a symptom of endometriosis or retroversion of the uterus, or of cervical erosion

Dryness of vagina can cause discomfort and soreness for both partners; vaginal secretions tend to become scantier, but sometimes lack of lubrication is due to or too perfunctory foreplay; KY jelly usually helps. Resuming intercourse too soon after having a baby can be painful, as can intercourse for the first time ever.

In men a burning sensation when ejaculating or urinating, and perhaps unusual discharge from penis, suggests urethritis or prostatitis pain during intercourse may be balanitis or herpes, especially if head of penis is red, itchy, sore, or blistered. Soreness or itchiness around head of penis after intercourse suggests sensitivity to spermicidal creams or vaginal secretions; problem is easily solved by using a sheath; if rubber of sheath causes an allergic reaction, switch to a non-allergenic brand.

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