Our expert says:
The issue of rounds is something I find myself dealing with often, especially in South Africa. The concept of rounds is very much culturally based. In certain cultures the idea and belief exists that in a sexual session between a couple, which could mean starting tonight and by the morning the male has had to "perform" on average 3 to 4 rounds.
The reality is that every man in individual and unique. All men have a refractory period. This is the time that has to pass after a man has had an orgasm and ejaculated before it is possible for him to get physically aroused again for penetrative sex. This time frame can be different for various men and as men get older this time gets longer.
Women do not have a refractory period. If a women chooses and is in the "mood" she can have orgasm after orgasm. A man can still bring his partner to orgasm by stimulating her clitoris with his hand, tongue or with a vibrator if the couple want to explore that.
I would suggest that you consider talking to a sex therapist for more help.
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