by Benson Agoha | News On The Web
So you are in love and have always been. And you said I do - for better and for better (or as some say for better or worse).
But is there anything that will make you go your separate ways other than death - and maybe, when you caught her or she caught you cheating?
Whatever your answer, for this man in St Lucia, the reason came close. And when he decided to seek council many praised him for no acting randomly with thinking.
In an article published in the St Lucia Online, the man asked Willie to tell him what to do in a case he could not understand.
Read it in his own words:
Dear Willie: I’ve been with my wife for five years. Her virginia was very tight and out of nowhere it’s very open, not feeling the same.
I tried not having sex for a week or two to see if I notice a difference, but it’s the same issue. It feels more open and wider.
I’m so confused. I tried talking to her about it but she went into an argument. What should I do? Or what can I do? I don’t want to cheat or leave her, but I’m really confused.
Well, Willie, who has no medical knowledge frankly advised him saying: “Sagging in vaginal tissue is due to many factors such as age, hormonal status, genetics, pregnancy history, weight, medications, surgical history, smoking history, and nutritional status.”
Is that a good answer?