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By Anonymous April 20, 2012 - 2:10am
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we are married for almost 2 years. we both are working and life is bit hectic for both of us.
we stay far from our in laws but use to frequently meet them. so every two or three months we need to travel. He has many responsibilities from his home.

As far as out fitness is concerned, I am underweight(but not very thin) and my husband it bit overweight.
We usually do sex twice in a month or may be less than that.

Out problem is that we are still not able to do a proper intercourse. I know it sounds very stupid that after nearly 2 years married but I am still virgin.

6 months back we both consulted a Dr. regarding this, She examined me and told me that I don’t have a proper insertion till now.
we both love each other and are loyal to each other.
I have talked with my husband regarding this, that we should try more frequently.
He agrees to me but do not try from his own. Most of the time I need to initiate.
though the result is still not successful.
From the outside we look like the most perfect couple.
I am struggling with the feeling that we are just like roommates, though he admits his part in it. Please suggest me what should I/we do.

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Hi Anonymous,

Just to clarify-- your hymen is still partially intact due to lack of penetration? 

It's very difficult to give relationship advice when there are many reasons why men don't want to have sex with their wives. It can be medically related, lack of desire or attraction, sexual dysfunction, or poor self esteem. This is something that you have to address with your husband and determine if it can be worked on or not. 

I wish you the very best,


April 20, 2012 - 8:14am
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