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    Masturbation vs. pre-ejaculation
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    hoyaboy posted:
    I am a 27 yo male and I've suffered from premature ejaculation for years. I'm seeing a girl who lives about an hour from me so we only see each other on the weekends, so I masturbate almost daily during the week. Needless to say, the sex has been terrible because of my performance (or lack thereof). She questioned whether my masturbation may be contributing to the premature ejaculation problem. Could there be a connection?
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    ontbear responded:
    Hi: Your week long masturbation probably does not contribute to the PreME. It should slow it to some degree. I would suggust that you talk to your health provider AND look into a cream that makes the penis less sentive. Good luck
    P.A.


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