Our expert says:
We live in a time where patient rights are recognised and protected. The woman who is the patient of the gynae has the right to decide whether she wishes to have her partner present or not during a gynae consultation and/or examination. If the gynae has a problem with it the patient has the right to then consult another gynae who is comfortable with her wishes.
As a sexologist in the process of couples sex therapy I often recommend to couples, who are able to accommodate it withing their value system, to masturbate for each other. It is a potentially a significantly erotic experience in its own right if both are open to the experience of it. It also serves as an excellent opportunity for the couple to learn from each other how they enjoy to be stimulated in an effective manner. This increases the possibility that the couple can learn how to best stimulate each other and ultimately contribute to a satisfying sexual relationship.
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