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Jaffer Khan Colony | Calicut | Kerala | India

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Sex is something that every man and woman wish to have from the time they attain puberty. And it is, in fact, the most enjoyable thing in the world for most people. But if it is not safe sex it can turn life to a most miserable one.

In general, people who begin sexual activity with high-risk individuals - such as prostitutes - are at high risk of infection. Engaging in sexual intercourse without the use of a condom at puts them at greatest risk for infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which can lead to acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) which is often fatal and there is currently no complete cure for AIDS.

Another serious sexually transmitted disease (STD) is syphilis, which if left untreated, can lead to paralysis, psychiatric illness, and death. Other sexually transmitted diseases like Gonorrhea and Chlamydia may produce no obvious symptoms in a woman, but they can lead to sterility if not treated. STDs should be diagnosed and treated, and all sexual partners must be treated in order to avoid re-infection. Individuals can reduce their exposure to such sexual risks by practising abstinence, using appropriate methods of contraception to avoid unwanted pregnancies and using safe sex practices. Most important of these are using condoms to avoid exchanging bodily fluids and limiting the number of sexual partners, preferably only with the life partner. Sexual involvement -normal, oral or anal – any with an unknown partner without precautions for safe sex is always at risk and is unsafe.

Libido ( the Latin word for Sexual desire, sex drive, sexual appetite, and sexual passion) is the psychic drive or energy, specially that associated with the sexual instinct. Libido in its common usage means sexual desire; however, more technical definitions refer to libido as the free creative - or psychic energy an individual has to put toward personal development, or individuation. Libido can also be classified as the urge to copulate. For humanity, the natural way in which this occurs is through sex.

Sometimes the sexual desire is reduced. Loss of libido may or may not correlate with infertility. Factors of reduced libido can be both psychological and physical. Reduction in libido can occur from psychological causes such as loss of privacy and/or intimacy, stress, distraction or depression. It may also derive from the presence of environmental stressors such as prolonged exposure to elevated sound levels or bright light. Physical factors that can affect libido are lifestyle factors, medications and, according to a study, the partner.

"Orga" literally means an explosion in Greek. An explosion of pleasure, physical and mental liberation, the orgasm is the peak of sexual excitement. It is also shrouded in mystery and misconception. Orgasm, or climax, is an intense and usually pleasurable sensation that occurs at the peak of sexual arousal and is followed by a drop in sexual tension. Orgasm consists of a series of rhythmic contractions in the genital organs and pelvic region. Breathing rate, pulse rate, and blood pressure increase dramatically during orgasm. The sensation is very intense-more intense than the tingling or pleasures that accompany strong sexual arousal. Orgasm is intense sexual excitement which steadily builds during sexual activity and crescendos tension and engorged blood vessels that build up during sexual excitation. Your heart pumps faster and your breathing gets heavier to fuel those tensing muscles. Hormones such as endorphins and oxytocin are pumped around your brain and body, telling you this is fun. Blood is pumped to your genitals to create the tension that will ultimately trigger a pudenda reflex (muscular spasm of the genitals). That reflex will result in your pelvic-floor muscles contracting between five and 15 times at 0.8-second intervals. This is an orgasm as we know it. We tend to make a huge fuss about orgasms in our society. Most articles about enhancing your sex life focus on improving orgasms or having more of them. But the intensity of an orgasm is not an indication of sexual satisfaction. If you want a good orgasm, you can do it yourself. If you want a satisfying sexual relationship, you'll need a lot more. In psychosexual therapy, people are told about the 2-6-2 rule. Out of every ten times you have sex, the chances are that twice it'll be fantastic and mind-blowing, and the earth will move; six times it'll be nice but nothing special; and twice you'll wish you hadn't bothered.

The most basic physical disparities between the male and the female orgasm are the most conspicuous. The typical male orgasm lasts no more than a couple of seconds, while in women, climaxes of up to a minute are known. But the difference in time taken to reach orgasm is even more significant. For perhaps three-quarters of all males, orgasm is reached within two-three minutes after the initiation of the sexual relation.

Men, moreover, are virtually assured orgasmic climaxes, but more often than not, the male mechanism is far too swift and efficient to give a female partner even a slender chance of a "classic", penetration-induced orgasm. As a result of the clitoris being sited in the wrong place to be adequately stimulated by straight reproductive intercourse, orgasm for women is nearly always produced by a masturbatory mechanism. But as if to compensate for this rather unfair-seeming physical mismatch, nature has intriguingly made the female orgasm produced by masturbation far and away the more intense. The fact is very few women get orgasm solely as a result of the penis penetrating the vagina, it's more likely to happen through stimulation (touching/rubbing/kissing) of the clitoris - the highly sensitive bump located at the top of the vaginal lips. Unlike the men, some women are able to do this without the need to rest for a short period of time. Here are some general orgasm indicators in women, describing the build-up and the moment itself: 

Rising feeling of intense pleasure; 

Increase in blood pressure and pulse rate; 

Breathing quickens; 

Increase in vaginal lubrication; 

Clitoris becomes erect and exposed; 

Breasts become enlarged, nipples erect; 

Skin flushes, particularly the face and chest; 

Pelvic muscle spasms, causing vaginal contractions and orgasmic sensations

It is mostly a dream that both partners get orgasm simultaneously during intercourse. Most important is to get to the act with total commitment and involvement of body and mind with no assumptions and misconceptions. The rest will happen, naturally.

It is fairly common for young boys and, less frequently, for young girls to masturbate (handle or rub their sex organs). However, excessive masturbation is wrong, because it is a misuse of sexual powers. Long-term involvement may become an emotional problem. Depression, low self-esteem, confusion about sexuality, guilt, shamefulness and sexual problems such as erectile disability are observed among people resorting to excessive and prolonged masturbation.

Masturbation can be defined as self-stimulation to cause sexual sensations. The use of the word masturbation usually suggests that the person is manipulating his or her genitals to the point of intense pleasure or orgasm. While masturbation can involve another person, most of us think of it as a very private act. Masturbation allows a healthy way to express and explore your sexuality and to release sexual tension without all the associated risks of sexual intercourse. Health professionals generally agree that this private touching is a natural, normal mode of self-exploration and sexual expression. Unfortunately, after the excitement of the moment has passed, many people find themselves filled with the guilty and or shame. 

Masturbation is not evil, dirty or harmful - it will not make you go blind, drive you insane, turn you into a pervert, stunt your growth, give you STD, make you sterile or get you pregnant. Both guys and girls masturbate; it is a normal and healthy part of sexual development. Masturbation is a very personal thing and should not be done in public places or around people who are not willing partners. You are normal if you masturbate, normal if you wonder about it but don't do it, and normal if you never give it a second thought and don't do it - it is one of the few things in life that are "normal if you do and normal if you don't". Masturbation may make sexual intercourse more enjoyable because you will already know what it takes to "please you". Masturbation alleviates stress and releases endorphins (the pleasure hormones) into your system making you more relaxed.

Masturbation as an exploration of the body, teens masturbation becomes more sophisticated and sexually motivated. Surveys have shown that 80% of males and 59% of females have masturbated by age 18. Many experts believe that masturbation is more prevalent in the teen years due to a strong fluctuation of hormones; masturbation alleviates the strain of this build up and is a necessary part of development. The only real problems that come with masturbation are psychological and are the result of unhealthy or weary attitudes toward doing it (if you do it but are ashamed) or abnormal practices (for example, public masturbation).

NO DAY IS ABSOLUTELY SAFE in unprotected sex. A few days in the cycle are relatively safer, but this changes from person to person and from time to time for the same person. As a general rule, the safe period method is somewhat dependable only for those women who menstruate regularly without missing periods. For a woman whose cycle is 28 days, the safer days are the last 8 days of the cycle (20th day onwards). Somewhat less safe days are Day 1 to day 7. Between 7th and 20th are the most unsafe days.

In order for the woman to get pregnant, one of her eggs needs to combine with a man's sperm (fertilisation). The woman's body releases an egg (ovulation) roughly 14 days before her period. She is most likely to conceive during this time. The ovulation period is the time when the woman's ovary releases an egg (ova) for fertilization.

A woman's menstruation cycle is generally 28 days long, but could last anywhere between 25 to 35 days (or even longer). The cycle begins from the first day of menstruation and ends on the first day of the next menstruation. Roughly 14 days before the beginning of the next period, the woman's body releases an egg. This egg generally lasts for 24-48 hours, known as the ovulating phase. If the egg is not fertilized (combined with a sperm) during this period, it is discarded by the body during menstruation. For a woman with a 28-day menstruation cycle, the ovulation period is approximately the 14th day of the cycle. For a woman with a 32-day cycle, ovulation will take place on the 18th day of the cycle.

The most fertile period of a woman with a regular 28 day cycle is between day 10 (rarely 9) and day 18. The human ovum is susceptible to fertilization for 24 hours after ovulation. The sperm ejaculated into the vagina can live upto 5 days but can fertilize an ovum only for about 3 days. In a 28-day cycle the unsafe period is from day 7 to 21.the chance of conception is minimum (10/100 women a year) when coitus is avoided during these days. The first day of menses can be marked on a calendar for 6 months. Then by subtracting 18 days from the shortest cycle & 11 days from the longest cycle we get the first and last day of the fertile period, thus coitus should be avoided during this period to avoid conception.

No, ovulation does not necessarily take place in every menstrual cycle. Even if your periods are regular, it is possible that you will not ovulate in a particular month. Painful periods generally imply that you had ovulated during that cycle. However, ovulation could take place even if the periods are not painful.

However, ovulation and menstrual cycle being different from person to person there is no 100% safe periods as such and it is advisable to take precaution to avoid conception.

Condom : male condom is a sheath of latex or animal tissue placed on erect penis; female condom is a plastic sac with a ring on each end inserted into the vagina; both may be used with a spermicidal; typical use effectiveness: 84% (male) 79% (female)

1. Effective against STD transmission 2. Available over the counter o Can be used with other methods to further protect against STD

2. Available over the counter can be used with other methods to further protect against STD

Birth Control Pill : prescription drug containing female hormones; one pill taken daily prevents ovaries from releasing eggs and/or thickens cervical mucus to prevent sperm from reaching egg; typical use effectiveness: 94%

!. More regular periods

2. No action required prior to sexual intercourse permits sexual spontaneity

3. Some protection against ovarian and endometrial cancer, no cancerous breast tumours, ovarian cysts.

Tuba Legation : surgical procedure to permanently block woman's Fallopian tubes to prevent eggs from reaching sperm; typical use effectiveness: 99%

1. Permanent protection from pregnancy

2. No action required prior to sexual intercourse permits sexual spontaneity

Vasectomy : surgical procedure to permanently block the male's vas deferens to prevent sperm from reaching eggs; typical use effectiveness: 99%

1. Permanent protection from pregnancy

2. No action required prior to sexual intercourse permits sexual spontaneity

Natural Family Planning : techniques, including checking body temperature or cervical mucus daily or recording menstrual cycles on a calendar, to determine the days when body is most fertile; typical use effectiveness: 81%

1. No medical or hormonal side effects

2. Inexpensive

3. Accepted by most religions

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