I have premature ejaculation

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I am a 25 year old guy. 6 months ago, I lost my virginity with my girlfriend which is also my first serious relationship.

When we first started having sex, I had premature ejaculation and I thought it was normal, being that I just started having sex and being 24 years old.

But the premature ejaculation persisted, although having sex frequently. Sometimes I can go longer, but it happens rarely. It's really frustrating, probably more for me than for my GF.

She still thinks it's just because I am horny and inexperienced.

Is that really the case or should I see a doctor?


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  • Posted

    normal guys take around 6 mins

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    • Posted

      Thanks for the reply!

      I know that it's around 6mins, but I don't last that long.

      Also, if my GF gives me a handjob or if she gives me oral sex, I don't have an issue, which I had at the beginning. So I am still thinking that I just need some time and practice.

      What are your thoughts?

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    Is your GF having an orgasm? If so at least that pressure is off your back. If not perform more foreplay on her but don't let her stroke you too much. Try stopping a bit before reaching climax, let things settle down a bit then start again. You could try decreasing your sensitivity by wearing a condom . Give it time it'll get better.

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    Sorry for the late reply!

    Yes, my GF orgasms every time we have sex. She often reaches climax during intercourse at the same time I am cumming. She says that she can feel me cumming, what makes her orgasm. That is an incredible thing for me, especially because of my PME. If that is not the case, I do oral on her until she orgasms. So that stone, thankfully, is off my back.

    A few days ago, we had playful sex, trying position and stuff, which made me last longer and boosted my confidence.

    I really think that it's a psychological thing and not a physical one.

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    It is normal for the first time.

    Do not worry about it.

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