Our expert says:
Your comment is very brief and does not give much information but it seems that what you are describing is what is know as premature ejaculation. In other words, you husband finds it difficult to delay or control the time it takes for him to orgasm and it happens very soon after or at the time of penetration. The average time it takes men to ejaculate is 2-3 minutes. It is important for men to learn to delay this so that adequate satisfaction for their partner can be achieved. There are medications (SSRI's) which if taken before intercourse can delay this response. But this effect is not permanent and the medication would have to be taken at each attempt. It may be possible for him to learn how to slow his response. This can be achieved through masturbation. He can stimualte himself and when he feel that he is about to reach orgasm, he stops this stimulation and in this way can learn to gain control. When he feels that this is possible you could be involved and stimulate him but stop before climax is reached. Once he feels a bit more comfortable it would be a good idea to try intravaginally. This may be more difficult as the vagina is moist and warm. It may work best with you in the on top position so he can focus on the sensations and stop when appropriate. If he feel that he is about to climax then any movement must stop. It will hopefully help him to gain more control over the time it takes to ejaculation. For further information please consult SASHA’s website at www.sexualhealth.qw.co.za/dru. For referral to a professional in your vicinity, please send an email to email@example.com
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