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Posted by: irene | 2010/10/07

early ejaculation

for the 1st time my boyfriend and i had sex and for the 5 rounds that we had,he had early ejaculation.he says its because he hasnt had sex in a long time and was enjoying himself.He also says next time will definately be different because he has relieved himself now.Could this be true?is there anything wrong with him?

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He is right that it is more difficult to control ejaculation if he hasn't had sex for a while, but it may also be that he ejaculates quicker than you want him to. The question is, how quick is he? If a man doesn't delay his orgasm it takes him, on average, two minutes from beginning stimulation to ejaculation. Since it takes women much longer for them to experience orgasm (around 13 mins), men have to learn ways to manage their excitement/delay strategies. There may not be anything wrong with him - he may be right and on future sexual encounters he may be better able to control his ejaculation. If not, he may need to learn how to do this - it is not necessarily a problem.

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Posted by: XXX | 2010/10/07

If it was 5 rounds staright after each other then I would find it very starnge that he had an early ejaculation for each occasion.If you mean you had sex 5 times but on different occasions,then he simply needs to learn to control himself.
If he continues to have a problem then he can try using Stud 100 which is a spray that should help him last longer.

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Posted by: librix | 2010/10/07

not necessarily anything wrong with him, as you have to look at it for a period of time. in the meantime, he or even better you as a couple can do some exercise on delaying the climax for him. i had to do it as i was embarrassed while i was busy. So all he needs to do is (i know it sound weird) but when masturbating and reaching climax he could stop, and wait, or try something else, and go on. with time he will know when to listen to his body, and therefore control his ejaculation. same goes when your busy, just before his close, try something else, let him pleasure you for a while.
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Posted by: Tom | 2010/10/07

Wow 5 rounds. No its not true - he suffers from premature ejaculation. How old are you guys?

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Posted by: Sexologist | 2010/10/07

He is right that it is more difficult to control ejaculation if he hasn't had sex for a while, but it may also be that he ejaculates quicker than you want him to. The question is, how quick is he? If a man doesn't delay his orgasm it takes him, on average, two minutes from beginning stimulation to ejaculation. Since it takes women much longer for them to experience orgasm (around 13 mins), men have to learn ways to manage their excitement/delay strategies. There may not be anything wrong with him - he may be right and on future sexual encounters he may be better able to control his ejaculation. If not, he may need to learn how to do this - it is not necessarily a problem.

Claire - SASHA

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