Sex Advice: 44-year-old man frustrated due to lack of sex as wife suffers from critical illness

Question. I am a 44-year-old man. I have been enjoying a happy sex life with my wife for the last 20 years. We have two teenage children too. From the beginning, I have always had great urge to have sex. My wife was supportive until she suffered a critical illness. She is 42 years old. For the last three months, we have not had intercourse. Masturbation is not satisfying me. I feel miserable. Is there any other way to reduce my urge? Should I take my wife for a second opinion?

Answer. Unfortunately, you will have to be patient until she recovers from her illness. A gynecologist can decide whether any medication can help her.

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Gradually we covered most the distance without saying a word, couple of times I thought about talking to her on red light stoppage but I remained silent. I don’t know what was running in her mind but I was really messed up, behaving selfish since beginning I was taking all this very lightly moreover using her personal problem I was seeking opportunity to fuck her but now I was feeling pity for her, also I was little scared of present state of affairs.
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Sex Advice: Guy worried about younger brother feeling like a male only physically

Question. I am very worried for my younger brother. He is 28 years old. From a very young age, he has always been an introvert. But for the last few years, he is facing a rather peculiar problem. He says that he feels he is a male only physically. But in his mind, he is a female. He refuses to socialise with the opposite sex, and does not want to get married. Also, I have observed he's isolating himself from his friends and family due to this reason. My parents are old and are concerned about his future. What can he do to fix the problem and what specialist can we take him to see? What is the reason for his behaviour?

Answer. Most likely, a psychiatrist will help to decide whether he is a transgender (people whose gender identity is the opposite of their assigned sex; for instance, a female trapped in a male body). Should he be a transgender, he will feel more comfortable after the investigation. Don't worry. Please take the help of an organisation like Humsafar Trust, which helps in such matters.

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Sex Advice: 69-years-old man worried about frequent white discharge

Question. I am 69-years-old and am a retired man. I have been confronted with a strange physical problem over the last 20 days. I have been a diabetic but with proper diet and medicines, my last sugar level was 130. However, about two weeks back, I had pain due to the lesions on my penis and I applied rash cream and anti-fungus powder to the area. Although it gave me temporary relief, I am now facing the problem of frequent white discharge which has now become a regular occurrence. I have abstained from sex for over eight months, but this constant emissions bothers me. Whom should I consult?

Answer. You can have your discharge examined by a pathologist. With the report, visit a urologist for further advice.

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