Cumming issues?

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  1. King_ding_a_ling

    King_ding_a_ling New Member

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    Recently when I've been having sex I've only been able to cum once, maybe twice, a day. I can keep it up for as long as I want to, I just can't cum. Does anyone else have this issue? (or gift I guess) :tongue:. Also, are there any supplements that increase this portion of a mans labito?

    Thanks :smile:
     
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    same problem here. Sometimes I don't cum after a lengthy session with the girlfriend who doesnt seem to like it much. Most of the girls Ive been with seem to rather I cum quicker than what I do. I guess they feel they're not doing as good or as good as they should.
     
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    Having sex or masturbating for long periods really dulls the sensitivity. If you go for too long you're really gonna have to work up a sweat at the end and be really turned on if you're gonna orgasm.

    This is why pacing is so important; not just so you don't orgasm too quickly but also so you don't kill your sensitivity all at the start.

    Check out my blog and see if it helps you.
     
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    ^This.

    I forgot what it's called but I remember them discussing how although some people would think this is a blessing in all actuality it's not that simple. Many women get sore after prolonged sexual activity and the frustration it causes is sometimes very detrimental psychologically.
     
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