hi, i m 31 year married man. i have a problem in my sex life. at the time of making love and virginal intercourse i got ejaculation within 25-30 sec. and i cannot not satisfy my wife. before inserting into her vegina i have ful erection..what should i do for my problem...and what is a normal time for intercourse.......please halp me.
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