as a placebo. The strength of the ingredients is too weak and throwing the kitchen sink of every herb that is reputed to work in small doses won't get it done. 100mg of Yohimbe won't do anything. 2000mg will put lead in your pencil, but also make you think your having a heart attack.
Read the ingredients and dosage on the bottle and look up the ingredients.
I've tried horny goat weed, yohimbe, Korean ginseng, l-citrulline,l- arginine, tongat ali,Muira Puama. all in much stronger dosages than the OTC pills.
HGW definitely improves an erection without any side effects. It depends on how much help you need. 1000mg of Yohimbe is even better, if you don't mind being jittery for 4-5 hours. It raises blood pressure.View Thread
Your relationship went down the tubes. It could have ruined your sexual relationship or your sexual relationship ruined the entire relationship.
PE is something that needs to be resolved by both partners. Your partner needs to be willing to be satisfied other than by intercourse, so you can work on your ejaculatory response.
If you partner needs lubricant she should say so and it should be available. From your comments, I get the impression that sex is more about you and you aren't too interested in what is going on with her.
If the relationship was stronger and she was more open about her issues earlier you might have worked through this. Better to find out now than after being married.
Next relationship, concentrate more on your partner's pleasure and choose someone who is open and honest about her needs.View Thread
There are women who object to anything other than intercourse. They think that oral sex is unnatural. First orgasm my wife ever had was from oral sex and that went on the no go list pretty quickly.View Thread
There isn't an instruction book on love making for a particular partner. Asking ruins spontaneity. Listening and observing are the best skills. Also letting your partner know that her input is appreciated. She should be able to tell yu when Some women would feel uncomfortable offering constructive criticism.
Additionally, there will be women where lovemaking won't go well and there isn't anything that can be done to fix it. Fortunately, there are a lot of women who appreciate a man who is attentive to their needs.View Thread
I've been married for 33 years and until the last two years we had a good if sporadic sexual relationship. The last two years has been limited to the activities that you like. I can understand why we don't make love and that makes it better.
I think the biggest issue you have is with his penis. A man is capable of performing any activity on a woman that another woman can. It would be nice if your husband would be interested in sexually pleasing you without his penis and you would be willing to give it a try. You view intercourse as a form of assault. You could orally or manually stimulate him and you would be in control. Since you have an otherwise good relationship it would be great if both of you could get past anger and resentment.View Thread
I didn't have any long term sexual relationships until I was past 30. the first one was after many weeks of affectionate behavior and was a failure. Since I was in a high state of arousal, I couldn't last long. My second was on a first date and I was interested in pleasuring my partner. I asked her what she liked and took direction. She was extremely appreciative and after a short while, I was able to engage in all kinds of sexual activity and felt very confident. Since many women can't orgasm easily from intercourse a trained penis isn't that important. Concentrate on what pleases her. It still took a while to get over PE issues, but my third partner was so pleased that I knew how to please a woman and wasn't only interested in getting off. At one point I was having so much regular intercourse that I was able to gain good control of my ejaculatory response and the sexual relationship with both women was excellent. The third partner was my wife and we have been married for over 30 years.
The reason I waited so long was that sex was a step toward a long term relationship and relationships are complicated. I missed opportunities to have mutually satisfactory sex.
The women you would be dating should be sexually experienced and know what pleases them. On the top of the list is a man who is interested and willing to learn what they like.View Thread
My wife to be were coworkers and she invited some people to work over her to place. Everyone left and she asked me to stay. She asked if I would spend the night and it didn't have to be sexual. We had never dated before. I said ok and shortly we were making love. She was having her period and was on birth control. I usually wore a condom, and she felt so incredible without one that I orgasmed rather quickly and immediately went down on her; blood, semen... She started to orgasm and her hips started bucking. I wasn't ready tor intercourse so soon so I put my fingers in her vagina so she would have something to orgasm against. It was so arousing that I recovered and entered her again. She was bucking so violently that I had to hold on or be thrown off the bed. This went on for some time until she relaxed a bit. She was still so aroused that, if I touched the small of her back she would orgasm again. Even though she had been sexually active for a long time she told me it was her first orgasm. We made love frequently after that as she enjoyed this new experience.View Thread
Training your body to orgasm is good. I don't think it's essential to help you orgasm when making love. Communication and being open to trying things is more important. How you self pleasure can or cannot carry over well to lovemaking.
The pleasure areas of a penis are large and making it orgasm is easy. The female pleasure areas are smaller and less accessible. Even if a man could perform intercourse for 20 minutes there's no assurance that his partner would have an orgasm. A man has to be able to provide precise stimulation, either through a position that provides it or manual or oral stimulation. The level of stimulation is also important. I doubt many men complain about too much stimulation. Both of my long term partners have told me when the stimulation is too intense and that is more about what their arousal level is at then what I was doing. In short it is more about physiology than culture.iView Thread