The first time I took it, a dribble became a stream, but after that maybe double my normal meager output.
I've taken it for about 8 months. Source natural 1000mg, 3 tablets twice a day. I think it might have effected my sleep occasionally, but I can't be sure. It is something you are suppose to cycle.
The only thing I've ever taken with and adverse effect was yohimbe. I've tried a lot of sexual aid herbs and the only two where I am sure of the results and had no side effects were l-citrulline and horny goat weed (erection).View Thread
Get up earlier. A lot of men masturbate in the shower. At your age it should take a couple minutes to orgasm if you are already erect. I considered your question strange and I am suspicious.View Thread
I agree with the second part. When you have practiced the ability to last a long time and are ready to orgasm enjoying the feelings in your penis will bring a pleasant release.
The first step is to recognize that you are close to orgasm and then be able to reduce the stimulation. If things are out of control, pain; biting your lip or digging your fingernails into your hand can help. You want to be able to monitor what stage of stimualtion are at and take appopriate action; stop movement, try a less stimulating movement to you or worse case withdraw. The problem will all of this is that your partner may require continuous stimulation from your penis for some period of time. For me the longer I could go without having an orgasm the less sensitive my penis would become. While working to this point, I made sure that my partner received other stimulation when my penis wasn't available. Also a grinding motion rather than thrusting may provide you partner more pleasure and you less and is a good technique when you are feeling aroused. When you feel that is safe to begin thrusting can you can concentrate on what makes you feel good.View Thread
I disagree. One of the main functions of a vagina is to provide pleasure to a penis. Far better than a hand. A penis needs to become accustomed to this pleasure in order to not orgasm so quickly. Frequent intercourse and an understanding partner will usually resolve the issue.View Thread
Levitra doesn't work very well for me. I was taking horny goat weed for more than a year. It definitely improved my erection but nothing close to rock hard. I was taking source naturals 1000 mg horny goat weed. Three tablets, twice a day. I was buying at Amazon.com and last time was from Vitacost. The cost would be about $35 a month taken as 6000mg every day.
My HMO just switched to generic Viagra and $1.25 a dose which is a lot cheaper than Levitra. Unfortunately for me it doesn't work any better. I think my solution will be a significant weight lost. I can also recommend source l-citrulline 1000mg which does a good job of boosting your ejaculate.
My situation involves age, bp meds and weight.
I would recommend taking 6000 mg of HGW a day for three weeks and see how you do on it. That dosage is from a clinical trial. You should see results in a few days.View Thread
Think about pleasing your partner without your penis. It helps take the pressure off. Intercourse is tough. You worry about giving your partner an orgasm, ejaculating too quickly or losing your erection. Take care of your partner first and then you can concentrate on your pleasure.View Thread
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