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my wife and myself do sex but we don't get orgasm and I penetrate my penis in to her vagina with a great difficulty and try to ejaculate ..we don't really enjoy sex ... we are just doing this from past 3 years just to have a baby ... my wife vagina don't have proper lubrication because she don't get sexual aroused while I am inserting my penis .... I too don't get such a sex feeling ..I use VIAGRA to get proper erection during sex with my wife ... I normally get proper erection and do musturbation but when I start doing sex with my wofe I don't get sexual arousal ...
Your post is very complex, but I will try to answer as much as I can.
First, you two don't enjoy sex and are merely using it to become parents. I wonder if you've thought about what kind of life a child will have in a loveless, sexless marriage? Did you grow up in one? That might give you a clue as to how your child's life might be.
My question to you is why the two of you don't enjoy sex. You need to figure this out before you become parents; otherwise, your loveless sexless life will cause your children to have their own relationship problems as adults.
Viagra doesn't help with emotional or psychological concerns. As you've discovered, pills can't do everything. I'd suggest you two consult with a therapist who is trained to help people will sexual concerns. You need to find out why you don't enjoy being sexual with each other. Best of luck to you. Dr. J
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