So this guy and I were fooling around the other day and I was giving him a handjob when he came, although I thought it was precum so I kept going and moved onto a blowjob. While doing this he was very pleasured and was loving it. But then he looked like he was in pain and i asked him if he was alright and he said we should stop.
So my question is, why did it hurt for us to continue fooling around? Also, was it normal for his penis to be pulsating? Like, alot?
It's perfectly normal for men to find further stimulation after an orgasm painful or uncomfortable. It's called a refractory period and can last anywhere from minutes to hours. It's not exactly clear why it happens, but it does for most guys.
It's also normal for an erect penis to pulsate. After all, there's a lot of blood going through it!
Hope that answers your questions :]
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What you are describing is perfectly normal! I would say what he may have been experiencing was more likely discomfort from being hyper stimulated than pain (in the negative sense). There can be ‘to much of a good thing’ sometimes. I would simply talk with him about it and ask him to let you know when to keep going and when it has been enough. The same situation can occur with the roles reversed too. I would like to take this time to remind you about being safe, since you are sexually active, with possible pregnancy and STI risks. There are many articles here that you may find helpful and informative so please feel free to look them over. Please let us know if we can help you in any other way!
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