Wednesday, September 14, 2022

Can sexual dysfunction affect fertility?

You'd think in this day and age of widespread internet access that most adults would be well-versed in matters of sexual health and fertility. While some teens may get their sex education from watching porn online, this can give them a skewed view of reality, and the fact that many of them don't realize how little they know only serves to perpetuate the problem.

 Other teens may get bits of information from friends or advice from aunties who don't know too much themselves but think of themselves as experts. Partially because patients don't know how to describe them, partially because they don't volunteer this information because they are ashamed, and partially because doctors don't have enough time or empathy to be able to ask questions about these sensitive issues in order to get at the truth, the problem festers and becomes worse over time because it is caused by psychological issues, and these become self-fulfilling prophecies.

The poor couple has no idea how to get out of this chakra view, and because it's such a sensitive subject, they lack the courage to resolve it. Unfortunately, there are many charlatans in the world, both online and off, who prey on naive, ignorant, and vulnerable couples by promising them quick and easy solutions to their problems.

Prioritizing one over the other will save you time and heartache in the long run; if having a baby is your number one priority, try mutual masturbation to enhance your sexual satisfaction and self-insemination to conceive rapidly.

Having babies is a straightforward biological process, and you shouldn't conflate orgasmic sex with a woman's ability to conceive.

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