HairyD I have tried the masturbation before having sex. My recovery time is almost 20 minutes. i dont know what is normal or not? when i do masturbate before sex most of the time it doesnt work. on the occasion it does.View Thread
Looking for some advice. ive been married to my wife for 8 wonderful years. needless to say we have been having issues in the bedroom. i think i am be having problems with premature ejaculation. i dont know what to do with it. ive tried almost everything i can think of to try to make the session last longer. i have been to the doctor already and talked to him about it. they prescribed an antidepressant. seems to have no effect on me. ive tried de-sensitizing condoms all i do is lose my erection, and countless other things. i guess im just looking for tips or anything that could help me give my wife what she wants.View Thread
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