Our expert says:
You mention that you do not feel anything at all when you have sex with your partner. It would be important to know whether you mean that you do not feel anything in the genital area or that you do not have sexual feelings for your partner. It would also be important to know whether you have always felt like this or whether it is just with this partner. From what I understand from your question, it seems that you do not feel when you have intercourse. Sometimes it is necessary to explain to your partner where you like to be touched. Often women find that they do not get adequate stimulation from penetration alone as the penis does not make contact with the more sensitive clitorus and lips surrounding the vagina. It would be a good idea to try to show your partner where these sensitive areas are and for hime to stimulate these areas before he inserts the penis so that you might get aroused and lubricated before penetration. Women generally take longer to reach orgasm and it is often necessary to stimulate these areas for a longer time before he inserts the penis as men often reach orgasm quite quickly (2 - 3 minutes) after vaginal penetration and this might leave their partners feeling unsatisfied. He could manually or orally stimulate you eventhough he has reached orgasm before you. For further information please consult SASHA’s website at www.sexualhealth.qw.co.za/dru. For referral to a professional in your vicinity, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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