I have been with my husband for 9 yrs. (he is 27). We never had a problem during sex, he could always 'finish'. But we separated for a couple yrs. and he was very depressed, and we ended up back together, but since we have been back together he can barely ever 'finish'. and when he does it takes a looong time (it never used to) He told me that when we seperated he had sex with other people and couldn't 'finish' He is not on any medication, and I thought that maybe it was because it had been a while since we had sex, but it's been a year and a half now, and he's still having problems. I think he would be able to reach climax during masterbation, but he tells me he doesn't masterbate. And he has almost NO sexual desire. But we want to try for children, and I don't know if this will make it harder to have a baby, or if theres something wrong with him, if it will transfer to the baby.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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