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redrider92
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My girlfriend and I, both virgins and rather unexperienced, have been experimenting lately. We had been learning quickly but when we decided to have sex, my problem is this. I am much to sensitive. I ejaculate so easily and frequently during foreplay that when it comes time, I'm limp as a hot dog. Even when I am hard enough, I ejaculate within moments of starting. What should I do?
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HotGrrl99
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You have premature ejaculation, a common problem for boys. Just try thinking about baseball or aliens or something when you are doing it!
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Etch
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Does the same thing happen when you are masturbating? If yes then try slowing down your breathing, think about something that totally turns you off, and move slower. If you can master those things on your own then try it with your g/f. Move slower, dont think about where you are and breath.
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