6 Annoying Sex Problems Most Women Encounter (& How to Fix Them)

Posted by on September 26, 2016 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 24 Comments
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By Sean Jameson | Your Tango

Don’t give up!

Whether you’re having sex for the first time or the thousandth, it’s no fun when problems crop up. Yet, for as horrified as we often are about sex problems and as much as we have trouble dealing with them, they are SUPER common.

If you and your partner are experiencing a sex issue, you are NOT alone. Most people encounter at least one bump in the road in their sex lives, and many will experience quite a few. Instead of dwelling on the problem, your best bet is to look for a solution as soon as possible.

Below, I will discuss some of the most common sex problems out there, as well ways you can work to find a solution. If you’re experiencing some of these problems, know that they don’t always resolve themselves right away, but things will improve with consistent effort over time.

1. He finishes too quickly

One of the MOST common sex problems I hear about is that guys “finish” too quickly. Understandably, this can be very frustrating for both parties, especially if it happens over and over again.

Related Article: Men: These Exercises Will Help You Last Longer & Be Your Best Sexually

Consider using a desensitizing cream to help him hold off longer, or have him dokegel exercises to strengthen his pelvic region, and thus be able to exert more control. If there’s still a problem, consider asking him to speak to his doctor, because there are prescription medications that may help.

If no matter what you do this still poses a problem, then have an honest talk about how it really affects your relationship and if it’s SO much of an issue that you need to work something else out.

2. He has trouble keeping it up for an extended period of time

If your guy is having issues staying hard, you’ll be happy to know that there’s a pill for that! Tons of women who experience this problem with men wonder if there’s (a) there’s something wrong with the guy, or (b) if there’s something wrong with themselves.

Despite what you may have heard, just because he can’t stay hard doesn’t mean the he isn’t into you (or isn’t in to women in general). This is a physiological problem with a physiological answer, so don’t hesitate to seek it out.

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This issue may be particularly maddening because it can happen at any point in the sexual process, and he honestly may not be able to explain why. Don’t get angry or upset with him — instead, try to talk it through. The two of you may even benefit from counseling to help with any emotional turmoil that might come along with this.

3. He has a higher sex drive than you

High sex drive is very common in guys. If your man is always bugging you for sex you don’t want to give, it’s helpful to find other solutions. Make it clear that it’s okay with you for him to watch porn (unless it isn’t), or give him smaller sexual favors such as hand jobs or blow jobs. These things can easily help him blow off some steam and keep you from having to work hard to keep him satisfied so often.

Related Article: How Much Sex Is Too Much? Doctors and Sex Experts Weigh In

In rare cases, you might consider an open relationship so that he can see other girls as well (and you can see other guys – no one-way streets here!), which might help satisfy his insatiable sex drive.

Of course, sometimes it’s the woman who has a higher sex drive, and if this is the case, there’s nothing wrong with that! You can use the same techniques to deal with your sexual urges too. Just make sure that whatever route you take has his approval too; seeking sex outside the relationship without his knowing is just cheating, so don’t go there.

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  1. 10207950975363060@facebook.com' James P Moon says:

    The most annoying sex problem is the myth that women are supposed to enjoy it 🙂

  2. 950311935004328@facebook.com' Fifimay Lyons says:

    Please I’m vomiting

  3. 10207190136905243@facebook.com' Christina Espinoza says:

    Why’s her neck so long?

  4. 1685581741653611@facebook.com' Kristina Erickson says:

    They need to use a different picture?

  5. 10207950152132349@facebook.com' Lana Muir says:

    This article is garbage and all about cheating and porn… I’m officially unliking your “awakened” page.

  6. 10207560881198315@facebook.com' Em Griesbach says:

    Wow! You lost me about suggesting porn and ‘open’ relationships! Seriously people. This is not OK. Suggesting that men are just sex driven machines that women are here to ‘satisfy’ and that if you can’t be ‘enough’ then he will have to find other ‘outlets’ is disgusting and offensive. What about despite the fact that it is nice and does matter in a relationship, life does not in fact revolve around sex? What about men have to be able to focus on other things in their lives that are in fact more important? What about the fact that many many studies have shown that our unhealthy fixation on sex and pornography is literally making people stupid and damaging their brains? That we have such a problem because we are all brainwashed by porn all our lives?? That men are having to go into rehab for it? Have had relationships destroyed, their libidos die, and more committing suicide?? Really, I thought this was supposed to be an enlightened page!

  7. 724181114349805@facebook.com' Jade Gaskell says:

    All you ever post about is sex, so annoying.

  8. 10205420369776390@facebook.com' Mia Lockard says:

    Stop having sex and you don’t have to worry about it

  9. 10205298586929661@facebook.com' Maria Dolores says:

    Esto es un fotoshop. Y también una publicación sensacionalista, como tantas; sólo para manejarnos

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