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Frequently Asked Questions PART 2

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We receive a lot of questions from you and here we will  try to answer the most interesting ones! :
  • If a guy fingers a woman with dirty hands, can she get a yeast infection?
Yes! Ask partner to wash his hands before even thinking to go there. Vagina is very delicate place and its easy to bring in a bacteria/ Friction and pressure from fingering   can cause irritation in the sensitive genital area.  Even if you're not having intercourse, fingering  can lead to infection.  As a result, you might have an unpleasant odor, irritation, redness. So better just wash hands its not that hard. If you did get yeast infection, you can try Vagistat 3 or 7 day treatment on amazon, but If you are not sure if its yeast or something else, check with your doctor first.  
  • Can you get genital herpes through oral sex with someone who has a cold sore?
Cold sores don’t carry the same stigma as genital herpes. But strains of the same herpes simplex virus cause cold sores on the lips (and face, chest, even the fingers), as well as blisters around genitals. About 50%-80% of American adults have oral herpes; 20% have genital herpes.  But you can get either virus in either area through oral-genital contact.“ Both types of herpes  can be treated with antiviral medications. But neither is curable  
  • How do you know if a woman has really orgasmed, or if she’s faking it?
Every woman's body has some typical body responses at this time and some general signals include contractions in your vagina, pelvic lifting or thrusting, increased heartbeat, twitching of muscles, curling of the toes or fingers, and moaning.but if you have any concerns, ask her to show you how she masturbates to learn from her technique, see how her body reacts when she does it herself.  And it’s a way easier  to bring a woman to clitoral orgasm, than vaginal. So maybe start with that.  
  • Is there really such a thing as female ejaculation, or “squirting”?
Ejaculation occurs when fluid is expelled from your urethral opening during orgasm, so not only guys can do that. It doesn’t smell like urine , it has no smell at all and tastes sweet. Ejaculate comes from the Skene’s glands, or “the female prostate on the front wall of the vagina the amount of ejaculate released can range from approximately 0.3 milliliters (mL) to more than 150 mL. That’s more than half a cup!  Cheers! In another video we talk about squirting and techniques , pls check it out!
  • How do you tell someone exactly what you want in bed without sounding like an asshole, or a slut?
Remember sex is meant to feel good for you, too, so if there is something your partner can do to make you cum, you gitta say about it out loud! The best way to tell your partner what you want in bed is to be direct, but also complimentary and kind. You may want to avoid doing it right after sex, when they’ll probably be feeling particularly vulnerable. You can integrate it your build up, try to put everything you want in sexting. Make it a part of the game, but don’t complain, its very easy to cause a performance anxiety.  start with something light, watch a porn video for example or just  make a suggestion, then talk about something else you like, ask him if there is anything he has in mind. It’s a great way to have an open conversation about your sex life, rather than it just feeling like criticism.  
  • Why do guys get “morning wood”?
Your testosterone level is at its highest in the morning after you wake up. It is highest immediately after waking up from rapid eye movement (REM) sleep stage. The increase in this hormone alone may be enough to cause an erection, even without any physical stimulation.  
  • Is it normal to pass gas during orgasm?
Unfortunately, yes. It’s normal for people to pass gas 10 to 20 times per day. The upper part of the vagina is near the lower part of the rectum, so during sex, any thrusting and banging against this lower part of the rectum can lead to gas being expelled.mWhen you climax, the muscles around your genitals – including the sphincter muscle – relax,  so its very common situation when the gas escapes .  try to let it go without too much embarrassment or worry    
  • I’ve never had an orgasm during intercourse. Is there something wrong me?
Nope. In fact, about 70% of women don’t orgasm during intercourse without direct clitoral stimulation. About 10% of women have never had an orgasm -- either with a partner or during masturbation. The common reasons are insufficient lubrication. slow blood flow in pelvic floor . lack of foreplay, Fear to lose control, Pain, How often you play with yourself can be an important factor in reaching orgasm. Besides, there is a number of mental factors that contribute to ability to reach orgasm. For women orgasm is a way more complicated and complex than for men, so your mental condition and feelings towards your partner play an important role in orgasm.  In another video we review all the reasons for not having orgasm    
  • can anal sex give me hemorrhoids?
Not as long as you’re relaxed and enjoying it,  Hemorrhoids (painful swollen veins in the anal area) can result from excess pressure around your anus – for example straining to go to the bathroom. But when you use a good lubricant and the penetration feels comfortable –  there’s no risk of anal sex causing hemorrhoids. True fact: Some sex researchers believe tush play may actually prevent hemorrhoids.
  • I smell down there. What can I do?
Even when you’re taking good care of your body and your vagina, you may experience unfamiliar smells.  Vaginas have natural odors, and each woman’s odor is different. A healthy vagina’s typical scent may best be described as “musky” or “fleshy.” A menstrual cycle might cause a slightly “metallic” scent for a few days. if you notice a stark difference in your odor, then you may be experiencing a sign of a potential problem.  Strong odors, itching and irritation,  are all signs you may have something other than just unusual vaginal odor. If you’re concerned, see your gynecologist. If there’s no infection and you’re still worried, avoiding spicy or pungent foods may help.   Practice good hygiene. Bathe the area between your legs. Change your underwear. ...Consider a pH product.
  • Is it OK to use Vaseline as a lubricant with a latex condom?
No. Use only water-based lubricants,   with condoms. Oil-based lubricants, like Vaseline, can weaken the condom and cause it to break.