Cause Couples Do Not Feel Pleasure When Having Sex?
Hey this is new “this can be said of my first night, what I want to ask is why my husband doesn’t feel pleasure or feel anything when making love?
Thank you for the question.
Satisfaction during sexual intercourse can be many factors that influence it. In the first nights, often the problem is the lack of knowledge related to partner's reproductive organs, in this case you may not know where the points that can satisfy your partner, or vice versa. This point of satisfaction during sexual intercourse itself can be very subjective in nature. However, in men, this point is often around the penis, testicles, inner thighs, lower abdomen, neck, back, or lips. Not only the location, techniques in sexual relations can also affect sexual satisfaction. Some people may feel comfortable when having sex with a certain position, with a certain style, and so on. You need to communicate this openly with your partner, so that both you and your partner can be satisfied during sexual intercourse. Try to do lots of romantic things together, including holidays, doing homework, joking, and so on so that you and your partner can get to know each other better. Do not hesitate to also deepen your knowledge regarding your partner's reproductive organs, including a variety of sexual intercourse techniques that can be selected when making love.
Several other factors can also affect satisfaction in sexual relations, including stamina, mental condition, hormonal conditions, the influence of drugs, illness, and so on. It may also be that your husband feels uncomfortable during sexual intercourse because he is tired, stressed, or has certain diseases, such as diabetes, prostate disorders, thyroid gland disorders, heart problems, as well as other chronic diseases.
Because of the factors that influence it quite a lot, so besides improving sexual intercourse techniques, so that satisfaction during intercourse increases, you and your partner also need to do:
Live a healthy lifestyle together, including by getting up and sleeping more regularly, exercising every day, eating nutritionally balanced meals regularly, and drinking enough
Manage emotions well, don't think too much
Stay away from cigarettes, alcohol and drugs
Not taking drugs or any strong herbs without doctor's advice
If the steps above have not succeeded in overcoming your and your partner's complaints, do not hesitate to consult both your doctor or sexologist.
I hope this helps.