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An_250001 posted:
Im a male 47 in pretty good shape work out and run 3 or 4 days a week during sex takes a very long time for me to cum and have to go real hard to get there
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elle0317 responded:
How often do you masturbate? And when you do, do you use a dry, tight grip? Some men accustom themselves to orgasming only with this method, but it poses a problem when they are faced with a wet, and not as tight vagina. If this is the case, try to lay off maturbating for a while and see if it improves any.
 
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tnguy1 replied to elle0317's response:
I agree with Elle0317. Lay off masturbating if you plan to have sex with your significant other as you get older. I am in my mid 50s and I have the same issue, particularly if I have more than a few drinks that night.
 
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jsayers222 responded:
Sometimes men lose sensitivity in their penises as they get a bit older, which may be the case here; try using a good penis health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil); make sure it includes acetyl L carnitine, an ingredient which is neuroprotectvie and can help with penis sensitivity issues. Good luck!
 
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hairyd responded:
If your significant other is not complaining. No lady wants a minute man. Enjoy the ride and swap positions. Bet she loves the real hard and its good for your heart. Continue to make her smile.
Stay HEALTH, you are the the fastest Sperm from your Father.
 
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jacqui_olliver responded:
Being able to ejaculate requires specific focus. If you are too focused on the mechanical act of sex - without switching to the enjoyment of the feelings in your penis, you will be unable to ejaculate.
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