Our expert says:
there are a number of options we need to look into:
firstly, you may be suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED) this may be either physiological or stress-induced (ie: anxiety regarding sex - ability to satisfy her - or the relationship). a simple visit to the doctor may be able to determine how to treat your ED.
secondly, it will be helplful to review the site www.sexualhealth.co.za once reviewed you will be in a better position / knowledge regarding female satisfaction and sex drive. in terms of female satisfaction there are a number of techniques that can be used to ensure sexual pleasure. in terms of sex drive, there is no norm. for some people it is 2 a month, others, 2 times a day. sex drive also varies according to the life cycle. it's organic, variable and the only time it should be a concern is when a partner or the relationship requires more/less sex or the lack of sexual pleasure.
most importantly though, communication is key. ask your partner how she would like to be sexually pleased and the amount of sex per week. both of you can communicate the terms / duration / satisfaction of sex in the relationship.
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