to start i have had troubles with my dick staying hard. i am still a virgin because it hurts whenever i try to get it in. if i get i get it into her anus it comes out after a few minutes all limp and i can't even try thrusting or it goes away. i am 19 btw and like 210 at 6ft 2in. i don't know why it does it and it does it even when i am jacking off, causing me to cum after a long effort and cum while limp. what is wrong with me? does this happen to everyone?View Thread
thank you for your advice. i am bout 6-7 inches fully erect and i don't use lube. i have a lot of precum. i will try the fruit thing and see if i stay erect longer. are there any exercises a 19 year old guy can do to help keep an erection? i don't know how to ask my doctor the right way about this; i can't be shy about it but i am because i don't know how it will go down, any advice?View Thread
jumper it can take a long time for me to masturbate. it usually goes limp half way. I would say it usually takes me an hour to three hours to masturbate, because it goes soft. after that it hurts from extreme chaffing. the only reason i tried anal on her was because i don't want some girl pregnant and there is less risk this way.View Thread
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