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Erection issue after 10 mins of foreplay
I have erection problem after 10 mins of foreplay with my wife. My dick erects only for 10 mins. I still have full excitement but dick gets down after 10 mins and we have to leave it in between.
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You have two options, either to enter the vagina as soon as you are erect or you may learn techniques to postpone the ejaculation. Both are Okay. If you can enter the vagina with small foreplay, it would solve most of your difficulty.
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Learning ejaculatory control is not so simple and it involves learning the technique from a sexologist.
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To delay ejaculation, one has to learn ejaculation control and this is NOT something everyone can master. You can try and see. At masturbation, men can identify that point of time when even stoppage of the masturbation will not be able to prevent an ejaculation and he will release semen. This is the point of no return. To learn ejaculation control you must use the following technique at masturbation. If at masturbation, you squeeze the penis head between the thumb and finger, just before the" point of no return" then you will find that this squeeze of a minute or two will prevent ejaculation. Your erection may be reduced a bit, but you can make it hard again and masturbate again till that squeeze point and repeat that squeeze. At masturbation, use lubrication, and try this again and again till you can maintain your erection without ejaculation for a good 15 minutes. If you can do this you would have mastered the art of ejaculation control. You can use this technique to last longer and prevent early discharge, at masturbation or even when with partner. There is no need to take medicines for everything.
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