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onehipwoman
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I was with a boy and we were kissing, and so on. I noticed he had an erection, and it looked like he already orgasmed, there was a wet spot. Does premature ejaculation really happen? If so why?
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kitka
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Did he actually ejaculate sperm and then become limp, or was it just a wet spot on the tip of his penis?

If it was just a wet spot, it was probably pre-cum. If he had ejaculated, there would have been a larger quantity of white/clear semen, and (generally) he would have become limp within a few minutes.

Pre-cum is a sticky liquid that comes out from a guy's penis when he's really aroused. (Not all guys pre-cum consistently, but in combination with an erection it's a good indicator of arousal.) It helps make a guy's plumbing more hospitable to sperm, and it also acts as a natural lubricant.

Pre-cum can contain sperm - enough to get you pregnant. And it also trasmits STDs, just like any other bodily fluid.

(btw, if you're going to have sex, you need to use condoms and a store-bought lube to help ensure that the condom doesn't break. For people who've been tested and are in long-term and monogamous relationships, the woman's natural lubrication and the wetness of pre-cum are sometimes not enough lubrication either).

See this article on male anatomy:
http://www.scarleteen.com/body/male_anatomy_6.html

In terms of premature ejaculation, yes, all guys can ejaculate early. Sometimes they get very excited and don't have the muscle control to keep from coming. Sometimes it's because of other health issues. It's nothing for a guy or his partner to be embarassed about, either way.

Hope this helps.

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23magni
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yeah PE is arel thing.
but your story sound like a easy case of lack of experience.
if the boy is a virgin he will probably come fast at the first times.
in the overhand if you like to know more about PE or to know haw can u help hin read this article...
http://www.pehomepage.com/Understanding-PE/The-basics/

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