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Monday, November 07, 2016

I am a 32 year old man deeply in love with a Muslim girl. I am to marry her soon. Her family members have insisted that I should get myself ‘circumcised’ before marriage. I want to know how many days it will take to heal the wound of circumcision.
Circumcision is a small surgery. It takes only 20-30 minutes and is done under local anaesthesia. The patient is sent home on the same day after a couple of hours. One can have it done by any general surgeon in a hospital or a nursing home. The wound heals within seven to ten days, however sexual intercourse in not advised for about four to six weeks after the surgery.

Non-Consummation of Marriage
I am 21 years old married woman. I have been married for last eight months. Till now I have not allowed my husband (Age 26) to have an intercourse with me, as I am too scared about it. We do make love but not intercourse.  Is there anything that can make this easier for me?

What is happening with you is either due to “Vaginismus” or due to “Penetration Phobia”. Vaginismus is an involuntary spasm of the muscle controlling the entrance to the vagina during attempts of penetration that invariably causes pain and discomfort. Penetration phobia is usually a psychological phenomenon. Its cause is invariably a deep rooted psychological fear related to the genitals, mostly due to physical and/or psychological trauma in the earlier years of life or as a learned fear caused by hearing myths about painful penetration during the vulnerable and impressionable growing years. You may or may not be consciously aware of the root cause. Once the root cause is identified through psychoanalysis, the treatment progresses rapidly. No medication can help in this situation. A sex therapist trained in counselling and psychotherapy is better equipped to help you.

Wife not interested in Sex
I’m a 43yrs man and physically and sexually very active. My wife is 44 years old and has been very active physically & sexually we both enjoy making love very much. But during the past 6 to 9 months she does not seem very interested in having sex. In spite of her having a couple of orgasm each time we make love. What I want to know that can I give her some kind of sex booster (like viagara for men) which is easily available in India without her knowing {If she comes to know that the drug is for arousing her she will not feel very happy about making love) I do not want to force her to make love to me and do not want to seek pleasure outside my marriage. We used to make love 2-3 times a week now it takes much longer time for me to arouse her after 15-20 minutes of foreplay but then she enjoys the lovemaking. Pls advise.

What is happening is the natural result of ageing. Your wife is nearing menopause, and her female hormones are declining. As a result, it is taking her longer to get aroused. She may be having inadequate lubrication too. You need to understand this as a normal and natural process and help her through it if you can. You say that she still enjoys lovemaking. So what’s the problem? You will need to continue the foreplay till she is aroused, so I would advise that you stop looking at the clock!! There is no sex booster like Viagra for women.

Having said that, the relationship between a husband and wife is much more than just sexual intercourse. Sharing intimacy and closeness through other meaningful ways could take your relationship to a completely different level. You are both life partners not only sexual partners, maybe it is time that both of you explore other dimensions of your married life.

Risky form of Contraception
I am married for the past 5 months. Since we both are professionals we plan not to have any child for at least next 1.5 to 2 yrs, but we will welcome if it comes in as we love children. We had been taking all precautions till now (using condom), but at times would like to have without it. Can you suggest what is the safe time between periods where we can make love without precautions. I know it is not foolproof but never mind. Would like to know the days which is considered to be safe between the two periods which my wife has. She is having normal duration periods.

There is absolutely no safe period to have unprotected sex if you wish to avoid pregnancy. Attempting to estimate when a woman is least fertile is a risky form of contraception.

Ovulation happens around 14 days before the first day of the next expected date of MC. About five days before and after this day of ovulation, including the day of ovulation are the days when there is a possibility of pregnancy, making them ‘unsafe’. Rest all the days are supposed to be safe from the conception point of view.

Safe periods are not very safe, as they are calculated with the presumption that the MC periods are ‘regular’ (30 days). It is very common for periods to go irregular most unexpectedly due to various physiological as well as psychological causes. In that case the calculation of safe period can go wrong, making it ‘unsafe’.

Heart To Heart Counselling Centre runs Certificate courses in Counselling & Sex Education at 10 Jerbai Baug, Byculla (E), Mumbai-27.
Tel: 23755866 / 9821093902.

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Dr. Rajan B. Bhonsle, M.D. (Bom)
Consulting Sex Therapist & Counsellor
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