This year, you had some very important questions about S-E-X. Lucky for you, we called on OBGYN, Dr. Jessica Shepherd, to offer her medical expertise and answers on everything from rough sex to female ejaculation.
The answer: Yes and no. Dr. Shepherd said that just like men can ejaculate, women can too.
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The answer: During pregnancy, women are encouraged to get sexual pleasure from their partners but there are some limitations.
The answer: Yes, there is such a thing as big being too big and Dr. Shepherd happily sets the record straight about all things size.
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The answer: Every woman experiences discharge, it’s just a part of life but Dr. Shepherd makes one thing clear–there’s a difference between normal and abnomral discharge and you can often tell the difference in your undergarments.
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The answer: Yes, your vagina can endure traumas that can lead to irritation and other things.
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The answer: Absolutely! There’s more sperm in pre-cum than you can ever imagine.
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The answer: Well, it could be the lubricant but it could also be a host of other things. Dr. Shepherd advises on what to do.
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The answer: If you have normal test results, recommendations for a pap smear have changed but Dr. Shepherd gives her expert opinion that everyone should take heed of.
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