Most newlyweds face a variety of sex-related issues

When couples get married, they plan where they will spend their honeymoon and where they will go on dates, but when it comes to sex, not everyone is comfortable with the other. So, here are some of the most common sex issues and problems that newlyweds face.

The frequency

When they are newlyweds, the heat is on, but this does not always apply to both partners. The male may be more engaged while the female takes her time or vice versa. Both partners must be on the same wavelength.

Orgasm

Men have a tendency to ejaculate far too soon, and the art of pleasing a woman takes time. It is not something that everyone is born with. The same is true for orgasms. Women frequently fake their orgasm because they believe they must make the man feel “manly” by letting him hear what he desires. This has the potential to be a major problem. Some women may also require a long period of time and the right moves to get to that point. So it takes a lot of patience, understanding, and communication.

Using a condom

This can be clumsy at first unless you’ve been doing it on a regular basis prior to the wedding night. Contraception is essential unless you are already planning a family. Some men even discard the condom in the middle of a sexual encounter without the woman’s consent, which she may not appreciate. So talk about it and assist one another.

Mood

You don’t have to be in the mood to do it all the time. There may be times when you simply do not want to do it. The partner should understand and accept this. This holds true for both men and women.

Unrealistic hopes

It’s fine to fantasise, but putting pressure on your partner to do so isn’t. Second, what you read in a book and see on television is all staged and imagined, not real. Nobody is perfect, and life cannot always be easy.

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