Sex problems are common - so common that doctors and therapists who work in this field tend to be swamped with enquiries. There are no accurate figures for the incidence of sexual difficulties, but it's worth noting that in America, many doctors believe that about 43% of women have a sexual dysfunction. While that extraordinary figure as not been proved, sex experts Dr David Delvin and Christine Webber do know that in Britain tens of thousands of men and women do sometimes need a little help with their sex lives. People can get very embarrassed, or even depressed, when things don't go well for them in bed. Indeed, men and women can become virtually suicidal as a result of their sexual difficulties. And all they need is a little help.The good news is that most sex problems can be solved. Treatments have improved enormously in recent years. Nowadays, people often have their love-lives transformed for the better as a result of seeing a good therapist at, or just from reading some simple, practical advice about sexual technique.Taken from the visitors to Netdoctor.co.uk, these questions and answers, written in a kind and sympathetic tone, address common sex problems and provide all the answers to help you enjoy a happier sex life.Problems include: Sex problems, premature ejaculation, delayed ejaculation, impotence, vaginal dryness, penis size, masturbation, loss of sex drive, orgasm problems, sex after childbirth, painful sex.
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