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Quote from tigershot:
Also i dont take any medication, and i can achieve orgasm while masterbating. It takes a little while but not too long, 5-10 minutes if i dont stop.

And I usually dont use a condom, so thats not the problem

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Also I dont want to use any drugs for it because its not like i'm impotent and i dont want to get dependant on them. Just most of the time i get slightly softer like my penis gets bored after a couple minutes in the vagina, whenever i've stayed rock hard the whole time i orgasmed in good time, under a 1/2 hour. But usually it gets softer after a couple minutes like its bored and it gets kind of numb like its used to being in the vagina and i dont feel as much pleasure


well, alot of people use drugs or others like viagra, cialis, levitra not because they are impotent. It' s just that people want to "enhance" their sex lives. It's maybe just out of curiousity .. you can try it a few times but don't do it all the time :)

I heard viagra can make you go blind. i just read another article about it recently. so you better "watch" what you buy if you do use it :)
First thing I would like to say is that you said "its not like I'm impotent or anything", but it kinda is, so don't be self conscious, or so proud that you won't use viagra, or cialis(sp) or something. The biggest part of your problem is probably mental at this point; if you put so much emphasis on orgasming it makes it really difficult, trust me, I have performed in porn and when you are trying so hard to ejaculate it makes it really really hard, just relax and enjoy it. Also, have you ever thought that maybe you DON'T NEED to orgasm? The majority of women (can't recall the stats right now) don't orgasm when having sex, a lot don't orgasm from masturbating even, but they don't quit. Don't put so much pressure on yourself or your girl and just enjoy the sex, maybe then things will work.
Speak to a sex therapist. You are not impotent, so taking Viagra and Cialis won't necessarily fix it. It's mental.