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My boyfriend takes a very long time to ejaculate.. (not like 30-45 mins, I mean like more than 2 hours. I've actually had to tell him I was too worn out to go on and he could tell way before I said anything.) But he has yet to ejaculate while being with me. He's in the military so we rarely see each other except when he can take a weekend to come home. I was hoping some one here could give me any tips on either how to help him get off faster or something.. I've tried oral and manual stimulation when I've gotten tired but have had no luck..
Any advise on what I (or he) could do to help solve this problem?
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Does he handle stuff himself before you guys have sex?  This usually makes a guy last longer.  Though I don't believe it lasts that long.
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No he doesn't... he usually doesn't do anything (manually or else) for at least a week or two before he sees me... This is partly why it worries me, but he says this is how he's always been and he's also too embarrassed to go to the doctors...
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well, he really should go see a doc to make sure he doesn't have anything wrong.  This is not normal, and he could have something really wrong.  He can go see a urologist that is a male, these are the docs that perform vecectomys so they see this stuff all the time.
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here is something I found on the net regarding this.

Inhibited ejaculation is essentially the opposite of premature ejaculation - ejaculation takes a long time or does not happen at all. If a man can ejaculate after prolonged stimulation he suffers from retarded ejaculation, if he can not ejaculate at all he suffers from anejaculation. Often the man can ejaculate normally in some situations (solo masturbation, or manual or oral sex from his wife) but not in others (usually intercourse). Once thought to be very rare, recent studies have suggested that from 5% to 10% of men experience some level of inhibited ejaculation at some time
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Is he on an anti-depressant or anti-anxiety drug?
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Sounds like a side effect of antidepressants to me too.  Some of them make it impossible to ejaculate.  Welbutrin doesn't !!

Woo hoo !!
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