Ever had a problem or issue that you were too embarrassed to ask about? Sometimes people prefer to keep it to themselves so that nobody knows their secret? Well, this might just be your lucky day!

1. Insecurities about body image (Woman)

Well, don’t be! No man will ever worry about the that extra kilogram you gained over the holiday. Hell, he will never notice anything if there is a tsunami hitting. Once he gets going, nothing will stop him.


2. Erectile Dysfunction (Men)

Erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence, is more than just a quality of life issue, though. To maintain an erection, the penis needs good blood flow. That being said, any unhealthy habits, such as smoking,  need to be dropped. Other factors can also cause this issue such as obesity, cholesterol and other risk factors for cardiovascular disease.


3. Experiences dryness down there (Women)

It is of crucial importance to give foreplay some time. If you don’t feel as wet as you’d like to feel, it is simple because you are not aroused enough, that’s why give foreplay a little more time before moving straight to intercourse.


4. Your partner has a sex move that you just cannot stand (Both)

No, you do not have to tolerate it. While sometimes it is embarrassing to tell you partner that this new move they are so proud of just fails to curl your toes, there is nothing better than acknowledging it to them; just gently tell them what you do not like about it and how you would like to modify it and accept their reasons.


5. He sometimes can’t climax (Women)

This does not necessarily mean you get to instantly question his attraction to you. It is completely normal and is mainly cause due to performance anxiety nothing more (or medical reasons).


6. Prolonged erections/Priapism (Men)

Once an erection persists for more than four hours, you should seek medical help. Usually such a problem occurs due to medication used to treat erectile dysfunction, such as Viagra.


7. Pain (Women)

Sometimes during intercourse, women experience distressing pain making sex hard or even impossible. This happens due to vaginal spams that result from relationship problems or fear of pregnancy and child birth. The best thing to do is sex education and/or seeking medical informative counseling.