Do you have a sexual worry that is difficult to talk about, or are you the spouse or partner of someone with a sexual problem?
Talk about it, if you can, in a problem-solving way. As sex counsellor Susie Hayman says, “It’s amazing how many people just lie there wishing their partner was a mind reader.” Better to suggest "I'm sure there's something we can do about this" than hope the problem will sort itself out.
Learn about it. Next, learn as much as you can about the problem. We have lots of information on this site – select a problem in the right hand box for more information.
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Seek help. Finally, and importantly, seek the help you need. Bring the problem to your doctor's attention. He/she is sure to have discussed the same issue with many patients, and will treat it like any other medical condition. Remember, your doctor is used to discussing personal matters.
Tackle it, move on.
Written by: embarrassingproblems.com
Edited by: embarrassingproblems.com
Last updated: Friday, February 7th 2014
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