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Dr. Mahinder Watsa's sex Q&A
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I am a 30-year-old man. My wife is four months pregnant, and the gynaecologist has advised us not to have intercourse. I have two female colleagues whom I drop on my way home from office every alternate day. One is married, while the other is single and has recently broken up with her boyfriend. I am desperate to have sex with the unmarried one. She has a crush on me and shares her feelings with me too. I am planning to take her to my home when my wife goes to her parents’ place for the delivery. Should I use a condom?

Before buying the condom — think about your wife’s feelings. However, if you are still adamant to have sex with your colleague, do not use your home. Also, it’s best you don’t leave your colleague with false hopes.
Categories: Contraception

I am a 23-year-old girl. For the last two years, I have been in a relationship, and we are getting married within six months. When we engage in foreplay, I cannot enjoy anal sex, which my boyfriend loves. Is there any medicine so that it doesn’t cause me pain and I can still satisfy him?

Anal sex is not considered as foreplay. If you don’t like it, he should understand. But if you wish to please him, then ask him to do it using a condom, else he may contract a severe infection. To alleviate the pain, you can apply a local anaesthetic like Lox 2% gel.
Categories: Pain during intercourse, Foreplay

I am a healthy 39-yearold man. I have been suffering from a neurological disorder similar to Parkinsons for eight years. I have a sixyear- old daughter. About two months ago, while having sex with my wife, I lost my erection. Tests recommended by the urologist turned out normal. I stay away from sugar and cigarettes. I am a social drinker. A five-day medication course helped for a month but now it’s back to square one.

The ejaculate will not help in the diagnosis. A visit to a neurophysician can help

I am a 29-year-old man, recently married. Three months ago, I caught my wife having sex with my older brother. I think they were having an affair before we got married. Ever since I caught them redhanded, my interest in sex has crashed. I want a happy family.

It’s a traumatic situation, I know, and needs to be handled delicately. Are you ready to forgive and forget after she promises to be loyal to you? That is probably the only way to a happy family.

One of your columns had mentioned that women experience sensation in their vagina at a depth of 2.5 inches. Is this dependent on their weight? Do fat women feel it differently than slim women?

The vagina can be divided into three sections, and it’s the outer one-third of an inch that’s most sensitive. Why are you asking hypothetical questions about fat and slim ladies, is what I am curious about.

I am a 22-year-old woman. I have been in a relationship for four years. When we first had sex, he was suspicious because I didn’t bleed after intercourse. But that was indeed my first time. I did experience pain, though. I also experience irregular periods since according to doctors I am anemic. How do I convince him that I was a virgin? I am getting married to him next year in November, and I don’t want this relationship to end.

I find it strange that after so many years, he hasn’t been able to trust you. Trust is crucial in a marriage. It is not imperative for every woman to bleed the first time she has sex. Also, often the blood is no more than a drop produced during a pin prick.
Categories: Virginity

I am a 33-year-old married man with two children. At times, I suffer from erectile dysfunction while penetrating. I wear loose underwear. Is this a side effect of the same?

It is not. An erection is similar to your appetite. Sometimes, it is good, sometimes it is not. The days you suffer from it, increase the foreplay.
Categories: Foreplay, Erectile dysfunction