Ok so here's whats up, Im a perfectly healthy 21 year old college student & in the past have had no problem with time lasting in bed, etc, but I'm in a new relationship & have been for 2 months its very serious & I feel like that the problem I have suddenly developed could put a damper on our relationship. The first time we had sex i had been drinking and went for well over an hour, but for some reason with her sober I might go 5 minutes at tops & she still gets off usually 2 times or 3, but she wants more & I want to give her more. Can anyone help me without me having to pay big money for a solution? Thanks A lot!
One more thing, please don't post links for me to read, I have already read 2 books in two weeks & been to plenty of websites & nothing is working & honestly is slowly making me feel useless in the bedroom.
No she is coming I can feel it & she always clinches up when she orgasms, I had asked her if she was faking and she said she will never fake an orgasm, so I know she isn't faking, also we hardly ever use a condom she is on the pill so were good there, actually this weekend I did break in between and orally stimulate her, and we went for about thirty minutes after I cleared my mind, but its a one time thing I know it wont happen every time.
Dude, try a little willpower. I mean there are positions and speeds which feel better or worse for you, try slow or really fast, sometimes they help keep the volcano from going off. Better yet, just focus on your will power and determination. Also kegels will help you control ejaculation so do a lot of those, they will take a bit of time to build in strength though. Another thing I have had work well is having her finish me off orally first, then after I give her some return oral, I am back in business and the rebound is a lot longer than the first time.
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