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Inhibited Ejaculation

Posted In: Sexual conditions 4 Replies
  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 14, 2008
  • 06:07 PM

I am having problems with my partner in bed. There aren't any problems with sexual attraction whatsoever as I am extremely attracted to him in that way. However, my partner has no problem with ejaculating during sex, but I do. It seems that it takes me way longer to get off than it does for him, so at the end of sex, after he has already ejaculated, I end up laying there trying to get off as well and sometimes, it takes so long that I end up losing the erection before I ejaculate. This is becoming a problem for me because my partner has asked me if I am not sexually attracted to him. I reassure him that it is not the case, but it bothers me because everytime this happens I can't help but think he is hurt by it and that he thinks that I am not attracted to him. Are there any remedies for this? Anything I can do at home to help myself ejaculate quicker? any help would be greatly appreciated...

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  • First, try to teach him the spots to play with as he is doing it. The clitoris should be played with simultaneously during intercourse if you're having problems. Also, try using different positions, and adding a vibrator sex toy if necessary.
    CHiMCHiM21 3 Replies Flag this Response
  • First, try to teach him the spots to play with as he is doing it. The clitoris should be played with simultaneously during intercourse if you're having problems. Also, try using different positions, and adding a vibrator sex toy if necessary.I think the poster is referring to two male partners here. I don't have any advice, just wanted to clear up who needed the help.
    Beth56 272 Replies Flag this Response
  • I think the poster is referring to two male partners here. I don't have any advice, just wanted to clear up who needed the help.HA HA HA:D:D:DUse stimulant for hardest and longest erection.
    jackperry 1 Replies Flag this Response
  • inhibited Ejaculation you mention is also refferd to as 'delayed' ejaculation. Currently there are not many options to aid you with your troubles. The best thing you can do would be to talk to your partner.Just as PE exists and is a sexual disorder, Delayed (or retarded) ejaculation is also a disorder.Go and see a urologist or your GP for some help, they may be able to prescribe something for you.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
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