After my break up 2 years ago, (I guess I got some confidence issues about my dick - average size) I tried out dick extension pump to make my dick larger. It was a great experience until I realized that I may have over-extended my dick and I had problem keeping it up without a dick pill while pumped. To keep it short, I have in the last year had NO problem jerking off 7-10 times a week (been doing that since age of 14), however, I can't keep it hard during intercourse and my dick seems to have shrunk too, specially when it is soft (feels like there is nothing holding the penis and that it has fallen off its base). I can get it up, however, it will go num while having intercourse. I have easier time to get off with oral sex though. I wonder if this is due to over ejaculation (my dick getting used to a firm fist - I love jerking off) or due to tissue damage? Please advise... Thank you!View Thread
Believe it or not but smoking is probably the worse thing for a mans penis. I am a healthy and physically very strong and fit guy, however, performing after smoking is what causes this reaction to me. Other causes can be that he jerks off too much so he penis has got used to his tight grip of his palms (not kidding). Last thing I can think off is just that age caught up to him. I am 35 yrs now and have jerked off at least 7-10 times a week since age 14 and had over 500 GF but never had this issues until last year. I believe it's either from jerking off too much or having partying too hard (not a smoker but I do smoke like a chimney when I drink). I hope this information was helpful to you!View Thread
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