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What is sex?
Hi I would suggest having a look at the Scarleteen website, they specialise in sex ed and actually have a section called What’s Sex? http://www.scarleteen.com/article/advice/whats_sex Let us know if you have any more questions or concerns. Health Nurse
I'm a virgin but I am really interested in learning how to self pleasure myself. I can already reach orgasm by rubbing my legs together but I want to experiment with fingering but I have never experienced penetration before and I am really nervous I will hurt myself since I don't know what I am doing. Is it supposed to hurt because it is my first time and how should I go about doing it. Also, is coconut oil a good lubricant for masturbating or will it give me infections - is it possible to get...
Hi, Thanks for your question. Learning about self-pleasure is important, and it’s a great that you want to know about it! Betty Dodson is sexologist and author and she has created a lot of great resources to help people learn about self-pleasure and orgasms. She has an entire book dedicated to the subject called “Sex for One: The Joy of Self-Loving” which may be worth checking out! Betty also... Read Full Answer
A doctor at a walk-in clinic diagnosed me with Molluscum contagiosum. Should I see another doctor to confirm this diagnosis of Molluscum contagiosum, I just don't want there to be a mistake as I thought they were warts. Is it pretty easy to tell warts and Molluscum contagiosum apart. As soon as he saw them he new they were Molluscum contagiosum, so should I be worried?
Hi, Thanks for writing. It sounds like the doctor you saw was pretty confident when diagnosing the Molluscum. Every doctor has different specialities and experiences, and if the doctor you saw doesn’t have a lot of experience with genital warts or Molluscum it’s possible that there was a miss diagnosis. However, Molluscum is very common and it would not be unusual to be diagnosed with it.... Read Full Answer