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    rwe79405 posted:
    Ok so the problem is i cant seem to get off but maybe once out of evrry 3 or 4 times me and my girlfriend have sex. Yes she excites me. Yes im completly in love with her. No im not having sex with anyone else. We have sex usually 4 to 5 times a week. She thinks its her or prostate cancer and it deffinatly isnt her. So could it be cancer(yes im afraid to go to the dr) or what else could it be. PLEASE help
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    Elle0317 responded:
    Maybe you use your hand too much to the extent that you cannot get off now with your g/f (and yes this does happen, more than you would think). When men masturbate they usually use a dry, tight grip that a vagina cannot possibly duplicate during intercourse. If this is the case with you, lay off the masturbation until you can 're-train' yourself to orgasm with your girl.


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