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    What a Great Experience this group has become. The kinship in Brotherhood. There is such a diverse range of topics. This is the place we can be as open as we want to be... Everyone is welcome to join, but it is not a place to Cruise. It's for sharing sexual questions and comments among men.
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    An_242171 posted:
    My husband is 32 years old and we are trying to get pregnant.He is sexually active through out the month and gets a strong erection and ejaculates normally.But when it comes to baby making sex during my ovulation...its gets tough for him to get an erection and even if he does get an erection,he is not able to retain it for the intercourse.The penis becomes flaccid half way through before ejaculation.But within few hours he is able to have a normal erection and ejaculation,by rubbing the penis over me or by masturbating.When it comes to intercourse he loses the erection.I don't understand if it is a physical or mental problem.He claims of not having any stress or fear.After few days of refraining from sex,he is totally normal.But my ovulation phase is well gone by then and it is very frustrating especially when one is trying to conceive.Please suggest what we can do about it to overcome this problem.
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    Elle0317 responded:
    How about you not tell him when you are ovulating? The only way he would know is when you tell him. If he doesn't know then it won't affect him. Yes, it's a mental thing. It sounds like he is not as enthusiastic about a baby as you are.


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