im starting to have some minor-moderate ED and im only 19!!! i have no problem keeping an erection when i masturbate (maybe once a week if that) but when im with a partner, sometimes i lose it very easily. ill give you an example of that. tuesday night i met a girl, and one thing led to another. i put on a condom and just as i finished doing that, i started to lose my erection. i was very much embarassed because that had never happened to me in that situation. i've had that happen very mildly, but never when preparing for intercourse have i completely lost my erection... it has happened that i do start to flag and need a little extra stimulation before im ready but ive never been so shaken and embarassed. eventually i got myself back together and all was well for the rest of the night(and morning :-D).
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Sometimes partnered sex can be really stressful for Little Frey. It doesn't mean anything is wrong with you, just that you need to be a little bit more patient with yourself when you have company, and perhaps discuss it with her. She should understand--women sometimes have trouble staying aroused, too.
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