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ask: Ask EmpowHer's Relationship & Sex Expert Dr. Marty Klein Anything - Post Your Questions Now

By ToddHartley
 
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Dr. Marty Klein -- A member of EmpowHer's Medical Advisory Board, marriage counselor and sex expert is looking to answer your most intimate sex questions. Dr. Klein will be answering your questions on Friday June 26, 2009 at 1pm ET / 9am PT, so be sure to submit your questions before then.

*No question is too embarrassing to ask Dr. Klein.

If you have a question, you can post it anonymously in the box below.

To find out more about Dr. Klein, to see his videos and to read previous questions and answers, click on this link.

http://www.empowher.com/users/dr-marty-klein

Visit Dr. Klein on the web click on this link.
http://www.sexed.org/

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Anonymous

I am suffering with premature ej a c u la t i on, I dis charge with in 30 sec to 1 min. Is this normal or not.pls suggest should I start any treatment for this , also tell me the time period. And side effect if any

November 1, 2012 - 6:05pm
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Anonymous

i am a 19 yrs old girl.whenever i see any sexual scene on T.V or so i feel excited and i take both my hands and press my main part.but dat is only for 2-3 seconds.im scared whether ill lead a good sex life and whether ill be pregnant.will it caus some complications when il be pregnant.will i get pregnant or no wen im married.

September 11, 2009 - 3:47am
Francine Hardaway

At what age is it "normal" for a woman not to have any sexual desire -- or is this a side effect of long term use of anti-depressants?

June 25, 2009 - 4:21pm
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Anonymous

As a marriage counselor, I'm sure you'll have a terrific response for this question. A close friend of ours is not fond of fatherhood. He has admitted that time spent with his children is 'overwhelming' and avoided spending time with them on his birthday. Because of this -- his wife, another good friend of ours, takes on almost all of the responsibility for raising their kids while working a full-time job. Of course we want to pitch in and help but wonder if this would only encourage more non-involvement on the father's part. So the question is ... should we help out or butt out?

June 25, 2009 - 12:29pm
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