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What guidelines should be followed by a couple who is having sex for the first time?

Q: I am married for the past 3 months. But we are still not able to achieve proper intercourse. I find it very hard to penetrate. After a hard try of 10 to 15 minutes we withdraw from the activity. We do lot of foreplay. I touch my partner’s genitals. She also cooperates for masterbationmasturbation before penetration. I have tight erection for long time even after withdrawal. It is causing a quite a concern. We are very much cooperative in the activity. My partner never allows to perform the activity in light and says penetration happens automatically just by a soft push in on the vagina. I always point my penis to vigina vagina and give a hard push. Do I need to locate the passage? Do we need doctor's help?

A:Going through the details you have provided, it appears that both of you are ignorant about the sexual intercourse technique. For the beginners, it is important to locate the passage. So for the first few times, you may do it in a lighted room. Subsequently, your partner can guide you. Don't become anxious, have patience and every thing should be alright. We also suggest that both of you read some good book on sex that explains the structure of genitals.

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