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Marriage and Sex Problems: Why Should We Take it Seriously?
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From vary long time in India, sex in marriage is often something which is brushed aside and joked about. But now we have to take this matter seriously because this is deeply related with our marriage, love, health and vary important for a healthy vibrant relationship. 

Sex related problems can easily arise in a marriage where these things are not given the priority they deserve. How much importance is placed on them depends in part on each partner's views and personality. For some people the idea of a sexless marriage is unthinkable. For others, it may be a trade off in an otherwise happy relationship. The key of course, is making sure that both partner's views are in synch.

Sexual problems in marriage should never be waived off or made fun of. Your spouse may be self-conscious of the issue already, and highlighting it unnecessarily will not help resolve the problem. Instead, married couples need to work together to create solutions and, if necessary, accept reality. 

However, some people who experience sex problems like erectile dysfunction, hormonal imbalance, loss of desire due to a temporary condition (such as illness or pregnancy), inability to achieve orgasm, premature ejaculation etc, find the impetus to maintain their marriage very difficult. 

Having an active, sexy marriage helps couples to feel connected at a deeper level, beyond words and ideas and day to day problems. Having difficulties in the bedroom is definitely something to talk about and should be resolved as quickly as possible.

In the-fast changing social scenario setting out new standards for man-woman relations, the Honorable Supreme Court of India on 21 March 2006 ruled that a wife can seek divorce for husband's sexual incapacity and his failure to consummate the marriage due to such a physical handicap. 

However, if you are having problems, you may want to seek professional help, so need not to worry about this because, now a days a few good sex clinics are there, those are giving all the services like consultation, examinations, diagnosis, sex counseling for couples and singles, sex therapies and treatments of sex problems to get you out of these sex problems and have the best possible sex life.

Further more, statistics show that most people who attend some kind of sexual therapy or treatment from qualified doctors can actually improve their marriage as well as their health. Almost 93% of those who have undergone sexual therapy or treatments have significantly improved their married life. 

Marriage experts agree that healthy sexual activity can save marriage from divorce (divorce due to sex problems).

31-Aug-2008
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