Our expert says:
It is always good to seek advice from your medical doctor on specifically the impact of medication on you as an individual. By the sound of it you are fine with your ability to achieve and erection, but it is the time between erection and orgasm that is the concern. Time is once again a relative concept and it is always much better and more individually accurate to speak to a specialist such as a psychologist/medical doctor that specializes in sexual concerns to explore whether you are experiencing anything that would be classed as a dysfunction, or whether it has more to do with your emotional distress or expectation that is delaying the orgasm – the more we stress about the time it takes to reach an orgasm the longer it often takes. Maybe if you start enjoying the journey and stop stressing about the outcome/end (orgasm) the more enjoyment you will most probably experience.
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