fuckyeahsexedquestions

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so i had intended to use birth control to skip my periods entirely as i'm ftm, but my therapist told me that if i do that the blood would build up and cause uterine cancer?? is that true?
Anonymous
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Oh my gosh no, your therapist is way mislead. There is no medical reason why we have placebo weeks or day while on birth control. What the bleeding is isn’t a true period because that would need ovulation to occur as periods are shedding of the uterine lining and broken down egg. While on birth control our cycle stops and we don’t build up a uterine lining or ovulate. What our “periods” are while we’re on birth control is our body withdrawing from the hormones on a cycle which causes what little uterine lining we have to be flushed out as our cycle restarts. Then we go back on the hormones before ovulation can occur. This is why periods are much lighter or even nonexistent while on birth control most of the time. Doctors just originally put the placebo pills in because they thought it was psychologically better if people on the pill felt like they were on the same cycle. It does nothing medically. It is perfectly safe to skip placebo/withdrawal weeks while on birth control, although it’s best to talk with a doctor beforehand.

-FYSE 


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To the guy who cums too fast, try and change your breathing pattern. My bf had the same problem, try inhaling while counting to 5 slowly in your head, but then count to 8 as you exhale at the same speed. By doing this, you pull yourself out of the stress of cumming too fast, and concentrate more on the feeling. Hope I helped! :)
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so i got pregnant and i can still have an abortion but there isn't anywhere to get an abortion (away from the CPC and pro-life organizations posing as legitimate places) that isn't an hour away and i don't have any siblings to drive me to appointments and i can't tell my parents because they're extremely pro-life, please help?
Anonymous
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Do you have any friends or extended family members that may be able to drive you? Maybe look for buses that may go out to one? Depending on the laws in your area you may just need one appointment to get the procedure done which will be easier. Any followers have any ideas?

-FYSE


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Anal sex question: cism never had sex before. I know douching is not good for me, but I dont want to use an enema? Can I shower and loosen up with a dildo an hour or so before? Or is there something better I can do?
Anonymous
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Here’s my basic information in my post: Beginner’s Guide to Anal Play

Definitely shower beforehand and clean well with soap and water. Make sure you’ve used the bathroom and aren’t constipated. If you have regular bowel movements there shouldn’t be any stool around your anus. If you want to make sure you’re relaxed and ready you can use a dildo or butt plug. Use lots of lube and have fun!

-FYSE


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20 y.o cisf. I think I'm going through pre menopause; I have all the syptoms. Hot flashes, moodiness, vaginal itching (I even thought my boyfriend had given me an std), vaginal dryness, etc. I don't have insurance or a job or any kind of income. I'm honestly freaking out because I want kids some day and I don't know what's going on with me.
Anonymous
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Have you stopped having periods? These things can happen, even for years, and it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re going through menopause. At your age weird things like this can happen. If you’re still having issues into your mid 20s I’d talk to a doctor (hopefully you’ll have insurance by then). Until then, look for free clinics in your area. A lot of doctors when they see patients with these symptoms will suggest they try going on birth control for a while to see if that helps with the symptoms.

-FYSE


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I'm gender fluid have a pretty high sex drive. On my male days I sort of have issues with masturbation. Do you have any resources for non-bianary related dysphoria?
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I'm a transguy, and I also have pmdd which really kills me on top of my other mental illnesses. I really really want and need to get a hystorectomy, oovectomy as soon as possible. Do I need to get a therapist letter for this or what? I don't have any physical health problems there, but the pmdd and dysphoria is becoming completely devistating and I'm nonfunctioning for a week leading up to my period.
Anonymous
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It varies from state to state and country to country. A lot of places do need a therapist letter for that, others need a doctor’s letter. It’s really difficult for young people to get a hysterectomy/oovectomy even if they do have medical conditions like PMDD, PCOS, or Endo. Even if you don’t necessarily need a therapist’s letter, getting one and using the angle of being trans will probably help a lot.

-FYSE


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Hello, I was looking on the Wikipedia page for Anorgasmia and it is mentioned there that a Danish study in 2008 found that the Hitachi vibrator solved the issue for 93% of women involved- seems like a high figure, and it's not cited- google results just turn up websites quoting the wikipedia paragraph. Is this a real study, let alone a real figure? Don't know if you know anyone who's overcome anorgasmia using that brand...?
Anonymous
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Never trust wikipedia. 

I’ve known a lot of people who suggest Hitachi for anorgasmia, but I’ve also heard people who say other brands are better, especially as new sex toys are released. I definitely suggest looking into different vibrators, especially high powered massagers, if you’re having issues orgasming.

-FYSE


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Is it possible to get vaginal infections if you aren't having sex of any kind?
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oh yes definitely. Infections like yeast infections, UTIs or bacterial vaginosis happen occasionally even if you’re not doing anything. They can also be caused by not cleaning up and peeing after masturbation, UTIs can be caused by trying to “hold it in” too much. Vaginal infections can be caused by certain soaps, unwashed new underwear, “feminine hygiene products”, douching, certain clothing detergents, certain lubes, not washing well enough after going to the bathroom, and many more things.

-FYSE


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I'm female with a vagina and I sweat *a lot* down there. Like if I don't use a panty liner or something I'll soak through three or so panties a day. Is this just a thing or is something wrong? Anything I can do to change this?
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That’s normal! What I suggest is not using a panty liner as that makes things worse. What you need is more air flow by wearing cotton underwear and loose pants as much as possible. Patting cornstarch around your thighs can also help a lot with soaking up sweat. Wash your genitals with water and not soap regularly and dry well.

-FYSE