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An_252161 posted:
I'm totally confused with what is going on.He is 25 and I'm 21 We live a few hours apart son it is usually about 3 weeks before we see each other. When we do, usually,we have sex and he breaks four to five times before his penis gets soft. This time was different. After a few weeks I came to see him and the first day he only broke twice before it went soft. The next time it was about the same thing which is strange. The tuesday he came about 3 to 4 times. And then the saturday he only came once and got soft just after.Is this normal? He is using a cream and pills for an itch that came out. Could that affect him in any way? Can someone help me please?Could it be me?
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fcl responded:
He "breaks"?
There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
 
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dfromspencer responded:
Ok, I am totally confused here!!! What do you mean by "Breaks"??? Do you mean he comes? I have to hope that is the case?

So, you two live a considerable distance apart from each other, and see each other rarely? And, on those few occasions you do get together, he used to orgasm quite a few times in one go? But now, he has a problem by only orgasming twice??? Hmmmm? I wish I could still do that!

I would say you are LUCKY!!! But then again, maybe he is having an affair, and is too worn out when you come by??? I'm not saying he is, but maybe?

TALK to him!!! Communication is one of the most important keys to a happy relationship!!! Just don't do it while in the bedroom, ok?

Good luck to you!!!

Dennis


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