I think it is part of the healing process. You have to remember that you used porn for many years. Make sure you take care of your partner first before intercourse. Make sure she's satisfied. I think things will get better for you as time goes on. If it does'nt then talk to your Dr about what's going on.
I don't see too many reports of people making it past 120+ days though. A few mentioning the they're still experiencing issues, but haven't really read much about anyone coming back if 120 days didn't fix the problem.
These blue pills are for people with a medical sexual dysfunction, like prostate problems and such.
Your very young and i would recommend seeing your doctor about this. maybe you have a low testosterone level
Hi Beegee, well done for getting that far I know its been a struggle for you, you've done the hard part, didyou clean out your compter of all porn site and any down loads, so it now clean, and have got rid of any discs, all very important for you, whole long did you go without masturbating and sexual contact, the blue pills are viagra, and wont do you any good as you can get erections now,, and as for getting further erections well you are starting a new sex life so just give your body time, its still healing.
As for ejeculating quick, there is an exercise called edging, just go to pegym, you'le find it on there and take it from there.
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