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    Sex relation issue
    An_252937 posted:

    I doing daily sex with my wife .But just 5 minutes only continue in sex after my cock drop the liquid any boady tell me any solution i lot of interest with sex but my cock not supported kindly help me
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    elle0317 responded:
    It's hard to tell if you are asking about premature ejaculation or if you are having difficulty continuing sex after ejaculation (2nd round). Either way 5 minutes is normal for ejaculation and men normally need a rest period (depending on your age, the older you are the more time you need) before round 2 of sex.
    gentle1954 responded:
    5 minutes is not bad . most men ejaculate less than 3 minutes. so be happy and go on .

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