SUPER MARITAL SEX: A SEXUAL HEALTH EXAM

I’ve worried about this for almost ten years, and now you tell me it is absolutely normal that my left testicle is a little larger and hangs lower than the right? I always thought it meant that I was a little less fertile or that maybe I hurt it that one time I fell off the seat on my bike and cracked my nuts on the crossbar. I always sort of hide it whenever I shower at the club. I really don’t think my wife even knows.

HUSBAND

He has always acted funny about his genitals. He never lets me really see them or touch them. I touched his testicles one time and he pulled away like I had killed him. Why didn’t he ask the doctor?

I did. He just laughed and said maybe I had pulled on one for too long. I never mentioned it again.

HUSBAND

Several of the husbands and wives reported similar instances of worries and misunderstandings that were never clarified, even made worse, by the lack of comfort and sexual knowledge of the medical field. As with all of the tests in this book, taking the sexual health’ exam together is the best way to learn about each other and yourself Dr. June Reinisch, director of the Institute for Research in Sex Gender, and Reproduction, reports that questions to her nationally syndicated column often contain misinformation and a refusal by physicians and other health professionals to respond openly, comfortably, and directly to sexual questions from their patients. Any doctors who don’t hear such questions in their practice can be sure that they have stopped them through their own discomfort with the topic.

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