Conception Sex Challenges for Men
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Men may feel pressure to conceive just as often as women, and that's only one issue men may face. Check out this video to learn about the most common conception sex challenges for men.
Transcript: Ian: If you think conception is only a challenge for women, conception sex, think again. Guys have a...
Ian: If you think conception is only a challenge for women, conception sex, think again. Guys have a lot of challenges too, especially during conception sex. First of all, there's the whole feeling like a walking sperm bank, sex on demand thing.Logan: But you are during that time.Ian: Well, that's the whole point. We don't want to just feel like a walking sperm bank. You know a lot of guys have issues that I would call mechanical 'malefunctions.' Not malfunctions, 'malefunctions'Logan: 'Malefunctions.,' got it.Ian: We have a lot of them that wouldn't normally happen during sex. For example, erectile disorder. If a guys feeling pressure to perform, pressure to conceive, pressure for this one to be the one, you know that creates anxiety and that can lead to erectile disorder.Logan: And we do give you a hard time because we tell you sex has to be right now, you have to ejaculate at this particular period of time. So I get it, it is a challenge for you too.Ian: For some guys it is the opposite problem: It's premature ejaculation. Again because of that pressure and anxiety. Of course during conception sex a lot of women throw out the concept of orgasm so they are probably like, 'Go ahead and prematurely ejaculate.'Logan: Right, it doesn't make a difference as long as sperm meets egg we are in good shape. I would imagine that is you're stressed too. There are also problems with delayed ejaculation, you don't want to ejaculate, your body is not ready and maybe you're not talking to your partner about that either.Ian: Exactly, I mean delayed ejaculation really happens when a guy is potentially ambivalent about having a baby. And a lot of guys are ambivalent. In theory a guy can be really into having a baby and into a sex but once you actually start doing it you start worrying a little bit. You know those financial pressures. You haven't even conceived and you're already thinking about college tuition, after school programs...Logan: And I think we forget men also have and issue at times with low sexual desire at some point. And it becomes a bigger relationship issue especially if you're not talking about it. Ian: Low sexual desire, especially if your wife is waking you up at six in the morning saying its time to have sex before work.Logan: Time to have sex right now and you're exhausted and not into it. Ian: This is a subject that goes on and on. But for more videos on men and sex during the baby years and women, check out the next video.More »
Last Modified: 2012-11-20 | Tags »
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Are you excited about becoming a dad? Staying with your wife during delivery can be an exciting experience. Watch this video to learn about dad, sex, and the delivery room.
Transcript: Ian: You know, guys are really happy to be in the delivery room. We want to be part of the joyous experience...
Ian: You know, guys are really happy to be in the delivery room. We want to be part of the joyous experience of the birth of our child but there can be some posttraumatic stress. Some guys claim to have seen' Logan: I'm rolling eyes at you by the way. mIan: I know, women don't like' you went through it, right. You had to deliver the baby. How dare we feel any trauma or stress. Logan: And no, it is not so much a how dare you. It's if you don't talk about these things in advance. Guys, you have to talk about this thing in advance. Where you're going to stand in the delivery room. Because you don't want to hurt your partners feelings if you're delivering this baby and he says, 'Ew, I'm not going in there.' Ian: I think that every couple should watch a video of a birthing of a baby. Because there really is a big difference between sort of standing next to your wife, holding her hand, which I did one time. And the other side where you're with the doctors, and I did that too. I loved that part, it was definitely intense. I mean this is a real issue. One patient of mine was like it was like Apocalypse Now in there. Logan: Oh my goodness, it's not like Apocalypse Now. Ian: No, its not. But it can leave residual traumatic memories if a guys not expecting it. Logan: If you're not prepared for it. The whole idea is that ideally the partner is there throughout the pregnancy to have these check ups, talk to the doctor about what the expectations are. Ian: Like I said, I think just watching the video. And its really important for all the guys out there, your wives, your partners they really did go through a lot having that baby. They have a lot of things to worry about in terms of getting their sexy self esteem back. Logan: So don't make them feel badly. Ian: I agree. You have to buckle up, get back in there, maker her feel sexy, and have some sex. Logan: All of that and I would say know that you can change your mind. My husband and I had this debate if he would stand above or below the Mason Dixon Line. He might have started by my head but you want to be involved, you want to be part of it. If you don't that's okay too but talk about it in advance. Ian: It is an amazing experience wherever you ate watching the birth. And for more on sex in the baby years, go to goodinbed.com, check out the book Sex During the Baby Years, or watch more in this video series.More »
Last Modified: 2012-11-20 | Tags »
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