For many men, a woman’s lady bits present a sense of mystery and wonder (although the same could likely be said for a female getting acquainted with a man’s equipment). Even the man who has had plenty of experience with the world down under is sure to have a few questions rolling around. Finally, get the answers to those questions that are too embarrassing to ask a woman, as well tips on how to maintain the male equipment for a healthy male organ 24/7 – and better intimacy.
Why does it make noise during intimacy?
Known as “queefing,” that funny female fart that sometimes slips out occurs due to the combination of arousal and thrusting. As the female anatomy becomes engorged, it expands slightly in preparation for intimacy. Combine that with vigorous thrusting, and air that has made its way up there is released with different movements. No need for embarrassment from either party; it is perfectly normal and healthy.
My girlfriend “squirts” during intimacy. Is it pee?
While some women may release small amounts of urine during intimacy – possibly due to stress incontinence, it sounds like what she is experiencing female emission, because it is being expelled with force from her female anatomy. Female emission is a fairly rare phenomenon, but it does happen. While the exact composition of the liquid is debated among professionals and researchers, it is thought the liquid may contain some urine along with other bodily fluids. So, there’s the answer; she’s not peeing during intimacy – rather, she is she-mitting!
Why does the female anatomy smell?
Well, guys, the male privates are no bunch of roses either, but a slight female odor is perfectly normal. The female anatomy is self-cleaning and therefore discharges dead skin cells, bacteria and the like in an effort to ward off infection, all of which contribute to the odor. Now, if there is a sudden change in her odor, or it becomes increasingly strong, offensive, or is accompanied by a great deal of discharge it is possible she has an infection such as yeast or bacterial vaginosis – both of which should be checked out and treated by a doc. Otherwise, if a man finds her odor to be a turn-off, she can take a quick shower before intimacy to freshen up. However, a woman should never use perfumes or other scents to try to mask the smell of her female anatomy, as those chemicals could very well lead to infection. Using a homemade or commercial internal cleanser is also a bad idea, since these can change the pH balance of the female anatomy and lead to infection, as well.
Is it safe to have intimacy during a woman’s period?
Yes, there is nothing wrong with having intimacy while a woman is menstruating, so long as she is healthy. If the woman has a blood-borne illness, obviously, this puts her partner at risk due to the direct contact with blood – even with consistent barrier protection use – so intimacy should be skipped during her time of the month. Not a fan of seeing blood? Try shower play to stay squeaky clean – and keep the bed sheets clean, too! And of course, make sure she is comfortable with the idea – a woman who is in the throes of menstrual cramps may not be enthusiastic about any below-the-belt action, at least for a day or two.
Keeping the Male Organ Healthy
Any man who is active should make it a priority to keep his male organ healthy. Not only does a healthy tool make for better intimacy; it also reduces the risk of giving – or getting – an unpleasant infection. Proper male organ care goes beyond just soap and water – though that is an obvious place to start. For optimum male organ health, men need to take care of their entire body. It is important to eat right, exercise and maintain a healthy weight – after all an unhealthy body leads to an unhealthy intimate life as well. Additionally, men interested in maintaining optimum male health should use a male organ health cream (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) that contains specially formulated nutrients such as L-Arginine to improve the circulation to the male organ in order to maximize the delivery of nutrients and oxygen.
For additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving male organ sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy male organ, visit: http://www.man1health.com. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.