You may find that the next time you urinate that your urine is a bit cloudy, that is your semon that went into the bladder. You seem to want to serve him and please him. I know it can't be nervousness, and he also wasn't taking pills for anything--and I trust him. When we first got together we had sex all the time. We can't help but to see different women expressing themselves provocatively with minimal attire. When we met, we could not stop talking to each other. The first time this erectile disfunction occured was a couple years ago.
I don't know how to get him out of it. My boyfriend and I wnet through this. Remember, if he truly thought you were unattractive, he would have avoided sex altogether with you. And it might be the jacking off thing because his nickname he gave to himself is Sir-Jerks-A lot, and I know he does it often, but he's tried stopping for a bit at least he's claimed to but that hasn't helped. This doesn't mean he doesn't like you - it could just mean he cannot be hard around you.
After like three slip ups, I just feel embarrassed which makes it even worse and even harder to get going again. If I'm looking at your numbers right, there really isn't anything wrong. Can't stay erect Since your Boyfriend doesn't come quick my guess is he doesn't suffer from premature ejaculation. We had gone two plus years without real sex, mostly just blow job and foreplay. Sometimes I go soft because I think that I'm not performing well enough, other times I feel the orgasm coming but I try to hold it in, and when I do I feel a sharp pain shoot back inside me and it makes me go soft. All my friends boyfriends are crazy about sex - I'm not like that though, I just want to share an adult and intimate sexual relationship with him because I think it would make us closer. He does drink quite a bit - at 2-3 times a week with friends - but the sex I'm describing is totally sober.
He is removing himself from the pressure ie your expectations of him when he goes off to masturbate. We tried an otc herbal supplement that a doctor recommended that worked very well he got as hard as he used to but the past couple times it's not working. Alas, however, it won't, and it will bid both you and him adieu until morning. I have mentioned the drinking could be an issue; from his perspective, he says he's just not that interested in sex anymore. He truly treats me with great respect.
After experimenting with different condoms trying a very thin condom helped tremendously and no condom for foreplay was found to yield the best results. Might any of the following apply to him? Could be the positioning of him being on his back just makes it hard for him to keep an erection? It was just wierd cause the whole time we were just messing around, foreplay and such, i was totally ready. He is 37 years old and i am 27 years old. Rest assured that the moment will pass. Hi I'm not sure how to explain so here it goes. As a final point, his inability to perform has nothing to do with how attractive you are either.
Get naked, relax, play with each other, get crazy. Once you get more comfortable, you probably won't have any problems. Yes, we found out about lubricating the inside of the condoms. Is your dominance not hot enough? I can always stay hard for a bj, but usually lose it all for penetration. Awesome blocked out my link because I'm not lvl 4 and made me rewrite all this. You haven't eaten anything since breakfast, so your stomach, which normally carries a few pounds more than you wish it did, looks particularly flat right now — there's even an illusion of washboard abs. He's mentioned viagra maybe 2 times, but I'm not sure it's the answer.
Dont' make it sexual in the beginning, wash his hair or scrub his back or something. And anti-depressants in particular can significant decreases in libido and inhibit a dude's ability to get a boner. Why can't my boyfriends stay hard after he puts on a condom, and how can I help? We've also tried starting off naked to and still nothing. Get him excited about sleeping with you again not terrified and paralysed with performance anxiety. It's a lot harder for some guys to stay hard in a standing or kneeling position. Between the ages of 15 and 17 I was in a long term relationship.
The 2nd part is the retrograde ejaculation, I think it is called. If this were the case, then I'd recommend seeing a medical practioner. I don't know what to do about it. One other obvious observation that you have to be blunt with her about is her bringing negative attention to when you are going limp isn't going to help. So instead of keeping quiet, just tell him it's okay and you don't mind, and he'll feel more relaxed. You can also consider couples or even sex therapy to help you two through this.