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Posted by: Me | 2011-03-04

Sex

Last night when my bf and i had sex it was great as always, but this morning i wasnt getting moist enough and he could not cum. Do you thing i should be too woried about this, i feel that sex is one of the important things in a relationship and i feel very woried if anything goes wrong...

To add on this, he had just woken me up and i was very sleepy still when we made love, could it be because i was tied or what? please help...

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Expert ImageCyberShrink

Nothing to worry about. None of us is perfectly ready for sex at all times. It's inconsiderate for someone to just wake you up and expect prime performances. Frankly, it doesnt sound as thoughyour bf is especially skilled in sex YET - a skilled lover takes time and enjoys the foreplay and makes sure his partner is as aroused, keen and ready as he is.
Sex is more like food - sometimes its superb, ofrten pretty good, often OK, and sometimes doesn't work out quite how you hoped - that's never a necessary disaster.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2011-03-05

Nothing to worry about. None of us is perfectly ready for sex at all times. It's inconsiderate for someone to just wake you up and expect prime performances. Frankly, it doesnt sound as thoughyour bf is especially skilled in sex YET - a skilled lover takes time and enjoys the foreplay and makes sure his partner is as aroused, keen and ready as he is.
Sex is more like food - sometimes its superb, ofrten pretty good, often OK, and sometimes doesn't work out quite how you hoped - that's never a necessary disaster.

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Posted by: Lolo | 2011-03-04

Sex start with the mind so your mind was fast asleep dont blame your self it happens, that''s why foreplay is verry important, sugget to him that he should not just penetrate you before you are wet, because he is gonna tear you!

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Posted by: XXX | 2011-03-04

Sounds like your body was simply not ready for sex.Don''t let it bother you.

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Posted by: Eish | 2011-03-04

Please post this on the Sexologist Forum,,,,or Mmmmmmmm can answer you Lol! Wat u say Mmmmmmm?

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