What does a woman really mean when she utters just few words to a man, words like, "That's okay", "Fine" or "Go ahead"? Humorous, enlightening meanings that you must know and share it with your boy friends to enlighten them too.

Nine words women use...
1.) Fine:
This is the word women use to end an argument when they are
right and you need to shut up.

2.) Five Minutes :
If she is getting dressed, this means a half an
hour. Five minutes is only five minutes if you have just been given
five more minutes to watch the game before helping around the house.

3.) Nothing:
This is the calm before the storm. This means something,
and you should be on your toes. Arguments that begin with nothing
usually end in fine.

4.) Go Ahead :
This is a dare, not permission. Don't Do It!

5.) Loud Sigh:
This is actually a word, but is a non-verbal statement
often misunderstood by men. A loud sigh means she thinks you are an
idiot and wonders why she is wasting her time standing here and
arguing with you about nothing. (Refer back to #3 for the meaning of

6.) That's Okay:
This is one of the most dangerous statements a women
can make to a man. That's okay means she wants to think long and hard
before deciding how and when you will pay for your mistake.

7.) Thanks:
A woman is thanking you, do not question, or Faint. Just
say you're welcome.

8.) Whatever:
Is a women's way of saying &*^$ YOU!

9.) Don't worry about it, I got it:
Another dangerous statement,
meaning this is something that a woman has told a man to do several
times, but is now doing it herself.
This will later result in a man
asking "What's wrong?" For the woman's response refer to #3.


Women with cervical cancer had a 40 per cent higher chance of getting divorced than other women. Men with testicular cancer were 20 per cent more likely to get divorced than similar men without cancer. In research presented today, Thursday, September 27, 2007 at a meeting of the European Cancer Organisation, Norwegian experts spoke about harsh realities of divorce. This has important connection with sex and relationships..

For nearly two decades, the study looked at 2.8 million people in Norway, comparing the divorce rates of 215,000 cancer survivors to those in couples with no cancer. Astri Syse, an epidemiologist at the Norwegian Cancer Registry led this study.
7 out of 10 women DO NOT LEAVE their husbands though they have cancer of testis at age 20 years
7 out of 10 men leave their wives who have cancer of the lower part of womb at 20 years age
Age 20 years with Cervical Cancer in Women 69 %
Age 20 years with Testicular Cancer in Men 34 %
Normal husbands in Norway who divorce even at 60 year age 16 %
(little less than women)
Normal wives divorce even at 60 years 19 % 2 out of 10
Astri Syse said that because sex is a particularly important way for young couples to cement their relationship, a cancer diagnosis that affects a couple's sex life might be very damaging. "No patient develops cancer in a social vacuum,'' she said. "The diagnosis will always have an impact on a loved one, and in some cases, they may decide to leave.''
"There's a myth that if you get breast cancer, your husband will leave you,'' she said.
In fact, she and her colleagues found that survivors of breast cancer were less likely to get divorced than similar women without the disease.
Syse said that it was only cervical and testicular cancer that produced a spike in divorces. Other types of cancer did not result in more divorces. Both types of cancer are curable and mainly affect young people.

"Sex could have something to do with this," said Lesley Fallowfield, a professor of psycho-oncology at Sussex University who was not connected to the study. "If men and women with cervical or testicular cancer aren't having sex with their partners, that may be a problem."

Fallowfield said that couples affected by cancer early on in their marriage might be more likely to divorce if they had not yet had children, or if the illness caused financial hardship.
Divorce was least likely to occur when the cancer had spread, or in most fatal types of cancer.

• Except cancer of cervix in women and cancer of testis in men other types of cancer do not show increase in divorces.
• Myth that breast cancer leads to high rate of divorces was blasted. In fact it does not.
• Doctors should be treating not only cancer but also sex and relationship problems


Hi My name is Mrs. xxxxx. I am 24 yrs old, born on 26th aug 1983 at 5.40 am. married for 7 months. I am trying to conceive for 7 months, not getting through.i have done all the test everything is Normal. My Husband name is Mr. xxxxx - 28yrs. born on 2nd June 1979 at 7.40 am. Please help us advising when will i get pregnant.
-- Mrs. xxxxx xxx, INDIA Aug 23 07

Hello XXXXX,
Please tell us about your MC.
*After how many days you have menstrual periods and have they been *regular after and before marriage?
*For how many days do you bleed?
*Have you been told you have endometriosis/pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)?
*No miscarriages (abortions) in the past I presume.
*Do you have any medical problems and have you been advised medications at present?
*Was it a General Gynecologist or an Infertility Specialist who examined you?
*Why, Which tests have been conducted? What are the reports? *Hysterosalpingogram (X-ray of the uterus and tubes)

*Laparoscopy (telescope placed through the belly button to see inside your abdomen)

*Hysteroscopy (telescope placed into the uterus through the vagina to see the inside of the uterus)

*Give the values of Hormonal blood tests:

*Other Ultrasound monitoring report.

*Was Clomiphene stimulation with intercourse or with insemination (IUI) done?

***Husband's semen report.

Are there other pertinent test results, procedures or problems that have been identified?

Why do you think you are not getting pregnant (what is your diagnosis?)

It can take up to one year in normal conditions to get pregnant. If all exams are normal with both of you it is important to relax rather than be obsessed or worried about pregnancy. Relaxed mind helps conception.

'Joy' oriented sexual activity rather than mechanical 'date' oriented is best for you. I suppose you have already seen the woman calendar, which shows what are the best dates for a woman to conceive and what days are safe days, meaning sex done on those days will not lead to pregnancy. FERTILE PERIOD ~ SAFE PERIOD is displayed in WOMAN CALENDAR at www.mydoctortells.com .

Dr. Ashok Koparday

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I am now 25 years complete. I have the habit of masturbation since I was in 8th standard. My science teacher said that it is harmful. I have not had sex with any girl till now. Occasionally I get liquid coming out with 'sexy dreams' at night. Will this habit affect my sexual life after marriage? Is non masturbation right or wrong? What are the problems i have to face because of this while having sex with my spouse? How to correct those problems? Will this leads to impotency? Kindly clarify my doubts. Awaiting with eager for ur reply


Masturbation v/s Non Masturbation

Is masturbation right or wrong?

I am sorry to say

that the advice of science teacher was either misunderstood or was wrong. There is no harm in masturbation and no gain in avoiding masturbation. Medical science has proved that masturbation is harmless.

On moral grounds also masturbation is safe and proper. Not doing masturbation is not “brahmacharya”.

Unfortunately the three letter word 'sex' is considered synonymous with the other three letter word 'sin'.

SEX = SIN true or false

There is misconception associated with masturbation, which is widely prevalent and you are no exception. Masturbation is healthy and beneficial. Not having sex with any girl till now is healthy and is qualified to be called as virtue.

The occasional ejaculation in sleep that you mention is also normal.


Basically as a boy matures, under the influence of the hormone testosterone semen starts forming. Nature is preparing the boy to grow into an adult capable of reproductive function. Sexual desires surge.

There are only three outlets for the semen to be released:

1. Having sexual relations – This you have avoided and is medically and morally good.

2. Masturbation – This has no side effects whatsoever.

3. Nocturnal emissions – Night dreams, wet dreams – This is noticed by you (you have put into apostrophe in your email: ‘sexy dreams’). In a person who abstains from sex as well as masturbation only one outlet is left for nature. When you are sleeping ‘semen’ is released. Semen is being produced 24 hours and is meant to be released and not to be stored just as urine is not to be stored.

Will this habit affect sex life?

Masturbation is rubbing of penis commonly done using hand. Sexual intercourse is rubbing of penis using vagina. Both are similar. Hence it may be said that one who is doing masturbation for him sexual intercourse is easy because the process is similar. In fact masturbation is good substitute for sexual intercourse.

Sexual growth is in progress. Sexual desires are on fire and semen is being produced by the time you are 15 years. How and why should nature wait till you are 25 years? Nature has its own meaningful timing. You will not have problem because you masturbated.

I wish the false belief that masturbation is not good is wiped out from your brain this very moment.

If you are not clear about the reply or you have any other query do not hesitate to ask.


Your wellwisher,

Dr. Ashok Koparday

Medical Director


Center for Therapy, Education, Research in Sex, Marriage, Relationships

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Dr. Koparday's
11 Love Sutras
For every couple to keep love sparkling and alive
1 Get out. Go for outings. Often, and just you two.
2 Stay away from each other at least for a few days.
3 Angry? Hurt? Glad? Don't suppress it. Express at the right time, in the right way. Say, "I feel hurt/angry/glad when ------- happened?"
4 She likes when sweet emotions are tenderly expressed. She gives sex for the sake of love.
5 He gives love for the sake of sex. Physical sex is important for him. Are you sure he is satisfied?
6 He secretly wishes to be a hero in her eyes. Don't miss an opportunity to express genuine admiration for his attributes.
7 When she wants to get things her way she better use 'please', 'thanks'. It is effective. Costs nothing. It really works.
8 Nagging with complaints make improvement impossible.
9 Did you ask her about her day, today? Do it. Shut your mouth, nod your head and listen. She likes to be heard by him. Don't take her words as complaints or blame and feel bad. Speaking out is an important release for her.
10 When was the last you gave her a gift? Gift need not be a Mercedes car. It can be a simple rose. A greeting card sensitively selected means a lot to her.
11 Appreciate anything and everything you like about her. It keeps the romance alive for her. Now, that's really important.


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