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Premiature ejaculation

Sir I recently married.while in intercourse I can play3mins only.plz tell what is the minimum time to get my wife orgasm?and plz tell what is the maximum time of sex to satisfy any woman?
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Thank you for your question. You have asked a very important question and I compliment you on thinking of your partner's satisfaction like this.
Firstly, arousal and orgasm differs in women and men. In men arousal is very obvious because of the visible erection. Orgasm too is very obvious because of ejaculation. Women are different in that there is not so much to see but her feelings are the clue. A woman is aroused gradually with romance, suggestions of anticipated sexual activity, love and intimacy, feeling special, feeling intensely desired. All these lead to arousal. When you initiate her desire may be for slow or quick sex. You need to ask or judge from her response. stimulating her erogenous zones ( skin, hair, arms, back, hair, earlobes, palms, buttocks, thighs, feet in addition to and before breasts and genitals) will build the arousal. Vary your touch and intensity. This takes about 20-30 minutes. When her arousal is at its peak lubrication at the entrance to the vagina will be maximum, skin will be flushed and nipples erect. Now she will tell you she is ready to accommodate your penis in the vagina. Stimulating the area around the clitoris at this point can trigger an orgasm as can penetrative sex. She can improve the experience by arching her back, letting her head drop over the edge of the bed and sensing your permission to 'let go' and enjoy sensations. This will lead to her having an orgasm.
Your ability to manage your arousal will determine your ability to ignore your own arousal while focussing on hers. You can learn to prolong duration of erection and delay ejaculation by practicing during masturbation exercises as well as by practicing relaxation prior to having sex. You may wish to read ' New male sexuality' by Bernie Zilbergeld.
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