What works for my wife and I is we both rock back and forth in the missionary position at the same time. It is the only intercourse position that I've got her to orgasm in. Is that what you are describing Nohard ? I'm not sure what the position is called... Anyone ?View Thread
Are you using condoms ? They made it very difficult to climax and to stay rock hard for me. You feel so little its very frustrating. The first few times with them I actually lost my erection.View Thread
30 minutes is too long if he is young. As soon as he can re-get his erection you should try. It worked for me. As soon as I was about to cum, I went to our bathroom and ejaculated there, cleaned up and waited 2 minutes and started again. My wife had an orgasm and was so happy she phoned me the next day at work .View Thread
I'm in a similar position to you. I got married and for the first time had sex without a condom. I was finishing far too quickly.
I now masturbate or let her help me just before sex. It works very well. I am able to stay erect after ejaculating. At your age you should be able to do the same or might just need a couple of minutes rest.
Its almost impossible (for me anyway) to ejaculate that quickly again and it gives you more than enough time to satisfy your partner.
Hi Kram/Dennis. I'm not a youngster anymore. I'm 43 !
The problem is I very often wake up at 2-3 in the morning with one. I don't sleep very deeply so the throbbing erection is actually waking me up and what's worse it messes up my night's sleep.
I do find if I masturbate before I go to sleep it happens less. The odd thing is my sex drive is the same as in my teens and I can stay erect after having an orgasm. Maybe I'm wrong, but raging teen hormones at 43 seems a bit weird to me !View Thread
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