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domncroxd
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hey all,
just need some advice. lately each time i perform oral sex on my boyfriend, he can't seem to ejaculate. that's not the big bother however. after several minutes of oral sex he starts hurting down there, and he doesn't know why. why is it that this happens? it's not my first time giving oral sex, and it's always been great until lately. any advice?
thanks loads~

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Barbarosa
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The best (really the only) person to answer this question is sadly not being very helpful to you. As an owner of a similar set of equipment I have a little trouble understanding how your partner could not know why/when/where he was hurting during these encounters. You need to talk about it together, perhaps at a time not connected to intimacy.
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domncroxd
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you're right barbarosa. however i apologize for not being clear - he does know when he's hurting and he does know where: his penis, but he doesn't know why...so i was wondering if anyone could give me an idea?
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He might want to see a doctor.

This could be due to a medical condition.

It could just be vasoconstriction, but that wouldn't account for the lack of ejaculation.


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