The head of my penis is extremely sensitive causing me to ejaculate very quickly. Often before I have fully penetrated. I don't have any problem getting an erection just maintaining it. Is there anything that can be done to correct this problem?
I finally confessed to my doctor last year that I could only last for about a minute during intercourse. Yes, a problem I have dealt with since puberty. O.K. maybe I jerked off some when was younger but no more than a couple times a week. I thought with time things would settle down, I am now 35 and time hasnt changed anything. I can get rock hard on the spot, have an ave. size shlong but just cant last long. I tried everything, double condoms, gels, prejerking before sex, nothing worked. The doctor prescribed me Zoloft, yes an anti-depressant, for the problem. Two weeks and I started seeing results. A month later and I was in total control of ejaculation. I remember one time with this sexy little blonde bombshell, I started hittin it from behind and I went on and on until her vaginal walls pulsated, then I flipped her over and started ram humpin her until I decided it was my turn. What an experience, best of all, I was satisfied and fullfilled by the length of my sexual encounter and my labido relaxed a little bit. Well I finally got off the Zoloft and my body quickly returned back to 30 sec and my sex life sucks again. I want sex all the time, cant last, oh, did I mention my tongue is short too but I love sushi. Long story short, like my sexual performance, talk to a doctor about Zoloft, it will help you be a marathon runner instead of a sprinter.
Best of luck
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