The guidelines also vary based on your age and risk factors, but generally you should get tested any time you've had unprotected sex, if you have a new sexual partner, if you have multiple partners, or if you think you may have been exposed to an STD, according to the American Sexual Health Association (ASHA).
Your doctor will probably ask about any symptoms and your sexual history. It's important to tell them if the condom broke last month or if you have any partners that don't necessarily involve penetrative intercourse.
Once they're up to speed, they may tell you that you don't need one of the above tests. But you won't know unless you ask, and unfortunately, most people aren't asking.
You've probably heard about the importance of Kegels more times than you can count.
(But just in case, it's an exercise where women squeeze their pelvic floor muscles — the ones that can pause your pee mid-stream or help your, uh, grip strength — which tones them for better bladder control and stronger orgasms.) HOWEVER, let it be known that men should be doing them too.
A recent study looked at men who suffered from premature ejaculation.
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