Braxton's quickie for the day...
To Braxton: Ever since her menopause, my wife finds intercourse lasting longer than 10 minutes to be painful. We have adapted by deciding to forego all efforts to achieve her orgasm during intercourse. Instead, I focus strictly on reaching my climax during our 10 minute “window”. Then I masturbate her slowly until she gets off. (She loves a slow pace because it makes her orgasm more intense.)
Our routine was working for us, up until a few weeks ago. As we discovered later, the culprit proved to be a new drug her doctor prescribed. Now she tells me that my hand still feels good, but it no longer puts her over the top. Is this the end of her orgasm or could e-stim bring it back?
Braxton: If she says your hand still feels good, then there’s a good chance that e-stim can work its magic! I recommend the woman’s kit so that you can deploy a combination of clitoral / vaginal stim. Given her vaginal sensitivity, be sure to use plenty of electrode gel to avoid any possibility of irritation.