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post #16 of 103
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Originally Posted by dk7m



tounge was planted firmly in cheek, btw.
post #17 of 103
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Originally Posted by veggieman
go about 20 mins
B.\tget really drunk and never finish


Ah, the ole' Whiskey Dick.

Seriously, think about Roseane Barr, always works for me.
post #18 of 103
why dont you just use insanely thick condoms?
post #19 of 103


The Emperor Caligula directed many of his male entertainers, to constrict their copulatory organs with goat gut, sometimes for days at a time, in order for them to reach crescendoes, in unison. Splat.
post #20 of 103
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Originally Posted by VersaceMan
If you feel you are getting close, take a time-out, go down on her for a few minutes, then resume and change positions. It'll help you last, and I swear that she won't complain about it.

Word. Most guys who have the problem of finishing to fast is because they stick with one position and thrust their lives away. Also, most guys don't spend the appropriate amount of time getting the girl ready (yes, foreplay. Damn now I sound like a chick). Spend time on her breasts, stomach, the small of her back, inner thighs and then have your tongue do some quality work on her privates (notice I said privates in plural?? front and back, young man!!). She'll be at DEFCON 4 before you start doing your thing. A couple of minutes of thrusting and she'll think you are a god.

If you feel like you still need to go longer or you want to teach her a lesson, dab a little China brush on your unit and you'll go until your legs start shaking.
post #21 of 103
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Originally Posted by Soph
Zoloft is presecribed by physicians for this problem.

You'll have to determine the appropriate dosage as it has varying effect from making last longer to having a hard time (no pun) finishing.

---This is the answer you seek from a medical standpoint.
Also, changing one's position is also as previously stated however Zoloft (or other SSRI's) is your answer


Serotonin for Premature Ejaculation

Dapoxetine is a member of a class of drugs called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors or SSRIs. This class of drugs includes several antidepressant medications such as Paxil or Zoloft that have also been used for the treatment of premature ejaculation. They work by increasing the amount of a chemical, serotonin, in the brain.

Studies suggest that men with premature ejaculation have too-low serotonin levels. Dapoxetine has a potent, quick-acting effect on serotonin levels that makes it possible to explore its use as a premature ejaculation treatment.

Also Dapoxetine when available.

10 minutes isn't premature ejaculation. Pre-mature ejaculation is defined as ejaculating before penetration or shortly after (within a minute), not 10 minutes after. If this guy went on an SSRI, I can pretty much guarantee he wouldn't be able to finish. I've been on them before and after 30-40 minutes of supreme effort I still wouldn't be any closer. In fact, it's estimated that 30-50% of men taking it experience anorgasmia, ED, or both, which is definitely not a good thing. Some docs supplement with Wellbutrin, which helps in some cases, but there really isn't a solution that works for everyone.

If the OP really wants to satisfy the girl, it's best to follow VM's advice. Either that or go for extended foreplay at the beginning and get her off, or at least get her close, before you start intercourse. That way she won't be disappointed when you finish in 10 minutes, which really isn't that bad compared to the average, especially among younger guys.
post #22 of 103
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Originally Posted by dk7m

Holy shit. That's funny and horrible all at the same time.

Jon.
post #23 of 103
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Originally Posted by Ivan Kipling


The Emperor Caligula directed many of his male entertainers, to constrict their copulatory organs with goat gut, sometimes for days at a time, in order for them to reach crescendoes, in unison. Splat.

That sounds like something out of the joke "˜The Aristocrats'.

Jon.
post #24 of 103
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
Holy shit. That's funny and horrible all at the same time.

Jon.
Another nominee for the Darwin awards.
post #25 of 103
The p0rn trick is to pull out and slap her area with your Senior Member, then once more into the breach. Good luck and... uh.
post #26 of 103
I would think of something like viagra or something like that, or as said, go down on her when you are about to cum...
post #27 of 103
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Originally Posted by denimdestroyedmylife
The p0rn trick is to pull out and slap her area with your Senior Member, then once more into the breach.
Har.
post #28 of 103
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Originally Posted by GQgeek
10 minutes isn't premature ejaculation. Pre-mature ejaculation is defined as ejaculating before penetration or shortly after (within a minute), not 10 minutes after. If this guy went on an SSRI, I can pretty much guarantee he wouldn't be able to finish. I've been on them before and after 30-40 minutes of supreme effort I still wouldn't be any closer. In fact, it's estimated that 30-50% of men taking it experience anorgasmia, ED, or both, which is definitely not a good thing. Some docs supplement with Wellbutrin, which helps in some cases, but there really isn't a solution that works for everyone.

If the OP really wants to satisfy the girl, it's best to follow VM's advice. Either that or go for extended foreplay at the beginning and get her off, or at least get her close, before you start intercourse. That way she won't be disappointed when you finish in 10 minutes, which really isn't that bad compared to the average, especially among younger guys.


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I'll disagree that he won't be able to finish. You're correlating your own experience and trying to say / extropolate to all males. Sorry, that's poor man's logic/science.

Its common sense that there is not a panacea for everyone. No offense.

Its very dose related like any drug. You lower your dose, cut the pill in half. And please cite the study, the protocols, the patient type etc. so I can evaluate your citation of 30-40% etc. I would need multiple studies with dosage adjustments which you can't cite with that failure rate.

10 minutes is longer than the average.

1. I think a man should usually satisfy the woman first due to a few reasons, female sexual cycle, length of time to climax, her reception to intercourse goes much higher post climax usually, men's lack of drive after climax for foreplay etc. etc. USUALLY.
2. You should lower your dose
3. Any of the ED drugs could also be of benefit, there is some data to support this.
post #29 of 103
I can last for ages, always have. Even on my first time aged 14 I took ages to finish. When I was on SSRIs I would often not come at all. They make many men unable to even get aroused to begin with.
Thicker condoms make things all numb and vague, so they might be a good idea.
post #30 of 103
Are you having sex with the same person or random people? If it is random people, it might not matter much how fast you are.
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