The Cause Does Not Feel The Climax During Intercourse?
Hello, I want to ask. Every time my husband and I have sex intimate my husband said he could not feel anything during intercourse. How is that? Explanation please. Thanks.
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Need to clarify, what kind of taste does your husband mean? Does he feel passionate about sex? Does he not feel climaxed during intercourse? So, did he experience problems during erection and ejaculation? How old is she? Does he suffer from certain diseases?
If what your husband means is, can not reach a climax, then in men, this condition will usually appear accompanied by other complaints, namely erectile disorders (tension and enlargement of the penis size) and ejaculation (discharge of semen and sperm from the penis). There are many causes for this condition, including:
Physical factors, for example due to heart disease, atherosclerosis, high cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, metabolic syndrome Psychological factors, for example due to depression, stress, conflict in the household Unhealthy lifestyles, for example due to smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, drug consumption, poor quality or quantity of sleep Side effects of drugs, for example drugs used in patients with prostate cancer or prostate enlargement Other factors, such as poor communication with a partner, lack of sexual stimulation provided, etc. Have you made it clear to your husband, complaints such as what exactly is he experiencing right now? How long has he experienced it? Are there certain problems he is facing?
If not, now is the time. Establish good communication with your husband so that it is clear, exactly what sparked his complaints. Often, difficulty in reaching a climax is a natural condition if it only occurs occasionally. However, if there is perseverance and repetition, of course this can affect the confidence of your husband, as well as the potential to trigger conflict in the household. It is not impossible, your husband will be difficult to concentrate in doing other activities.
With good communication, you two can both know what sexual relationship techniques each of you likes. Also learn better about each other's points of satisfaction so that sexual intercourse becomes a pleasant and comfortable activity, not the other way around. Cultivate mutual understanding with your partner, treat him as you want to be treated. Do not forget, many do activities together, for example eating together, taking care of a shared home, vacationing together, joking, pouring out hearts, and so on. Accompany him also in leading a healthy lifestyle, including by exercising regularly, sleeping and waking up with discipline, eating healthy and balanced nutritious food, maintaining ideal body weight, and avoiding cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, especially free sex.
If with the steps above your husband's complaint still does not seem to improve, you can persuade him to want to check his complaint directly to the doctor or sexologist. It is feared, there are certain diseases that underlie his complaints and require further treatment. It may also be that the doctor refers your husband to the right specialist, for example an internist, urology surgeon, or psychiatric specialist for a more in-depth evaluation.
Hope this helps ...