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Old 06-27-2006, 01:55 AM   #1
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could it be nerves??

i have been with my g/f now for around 2 months. we have not had sex yet but have been masturbating each other. however the last two times we have been together i have felt like i was about to ejaculate very soon and i have had to stop her (so to not make a mess of her mum's couch). whereare other times i have been ok and she could do it for a decent length of time.

could this be due to nerves or some other reason, as i think she is getting a bit annoyed by me stopping her while we are in the middle of doing what we are doing.

i am hoping its jst nerves or that she really turns me on. i am hoping its jst not me being hyper sensitive which might lead to problems when we eventually have sex.??

any help or ideas are greatly welcome...

 
Old 06-27-2006, 07:01 AM   #2
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Question Re: could it be nerves??

premature ejaculation may either occur when 1)You are highly aroused 2)When you are highly sensitive to sex 3)Due to a physical problem

Whatever is the problem , most peoples avoid it by simply using the Stop And Go technique ( the one you are using rite now ) .. others use some drugs ( highly NOT recommended ) and few others use some creams ( may decrease sexual performance *medically permanently ) .. So overall a Stop & go technique is the best as long as you're having not much of problems with it.

And one thing i wanted to post here before was that , the best thing you can do if you're having premature ejaculation coz of the first two reasons stated above is to ejaculate once and then start the process again after 20 mins or more. You can go real long without a single break , thou you won't get the same pleasure as you were having the first time you did that.

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Old 06-28-2006, 05:22 PM   #3
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Re: could it be nerves??

well things jst got a whole lot worse!!

tonight we were together and started kissin and masturbating each other and i had to stop her after only about 10-20 seconds, but carried on kissin and even then i still ejaculated and had to go clean up. this is very frustrating and very embarressing for both me and my gf.

i am hoping this is jst because i am so turned on by her but as a 24 yr old man it is a bit worrying. i know this will start to get frustrating for my gf as if i can't control myself when it comes to being masturbated how will we have good sex?

i need any advice people have on this situation....

ps the stop start method would become frustrating to if we have to stop every 15 seconds!!

 
Old 06-29-2006, 02:09 PM   #4
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Re: could it be nerves??

u ever try to just relax and just go with things. I had that problem once when I was with a girl I liked and when I ejeculated she went down on me for a a few mins and I was up again. and was up for a long time.

 
Old 06-29-2006, 02:46 PM   #5
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Re: could it be nerves??

thanks for the reply.

i will be try to relax more next time we're together. hopefully that will help.

thanks guys.

ps i'll be back on soon hopefully with good news.

 
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