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You know when you orgasm your like on the edge for a second and then you feel it? Well now when I orgasm I'm on the edge for like 2-3 seconds and it use to be a really quick thing. I always think It's going to be stuck. Am I just worrying to much or is this normal for it to be on the edge longer as you like progress in masturbating? So does that mean in months to come I'll be on the edge even longer?
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Each orgasm is and usually different from another. When I started out a particular way mine were more intense than the are now. It'll probably vary so you don't have much to worry about. Maybe doing it a different way could change how long you're on the edge. You never know.

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