Our expert says:
The descrotpion of the problem you are experiencing alludes to some finer subtleties and possibilities that this type of forum would not be adequately able to address.
I would suggest that you have the opportunity to sit down with an experienced sex therapist who would be able to help you explore in more depth what you are experiencing and tease out the factors and possible solutions.
For example you say that after penetration takes place you "start thinking about it". This could be a form of psychological distraction that may be raising anxities of performance anxiety which could then impact on you staying present in the moment and with the pleasure sensations of the sexual encounter, which could result in loss of erection.
You talk about periods of substantial foreplay. This would need to be unpacked. What type of foreplay and stimulation and for how long as this may clue us into how this istranslating into what is happening when you then later have penetrative sex. You talk about being very wet. I would assume this may be the production of precum, or may it be that you have actually ejaculated etc.
I hope the examples I mentioned helped illustrate my point why it would be best to rather see a professional in person.
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