hello I am a 23 year old male who has been dealing with premature ejaculation since I first has intercourse which was 10 years ago. I have had all types of intercourse with different clean partners and its always the same problem. I thought when I was younger that it was just normal and a part of life and that I would grow out of it.. or so I was told.. my longest relationship was 4 years and we had a healthy sexual relationship. im a guy who loves a lot of foreplay and I am very good and getting a female aroused and using other body parts other than my penis. but once it comes down to actual intercourse involving the penis I don't last long at all. steady thrusting wether its oral or vaginal I last maximum maybe a minute? and its eating at me as it isn't getting better with age. I spoke to my primary doctor and he said I was just young and it would get better. I just started seeing this girl and we are really into eachother and we are taking it slow(no intercourse yet) but when it comes time I don't want to scare her away by not lasting long enough. a little bit about my self I am pretty overweight I am a smoke and I drink occasionaly.. I am not on any type of medication nor have I ever been. I do not have a problem with getting it up because that happens when I start to kiss. I just cant seem to last as long as I would like and I have tried the start stop method and that does not work for me either please any advice would help ... thank youView Thread
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