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March 03, 2020, 11:25:05 AM
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ButHeyItsSomething


Hi there, I hope you people are open to my problem, so let's go for it...

In short: I (m25) have a (my first) girlfriend (f26) and when having any sex with her I cannot get an orgasm.

A bit longer: We dated for about 2-3 months now and are already in love. We enjoy our sex regularly and she has no trouble orgasming. I, on the other hand, came only once in two month and that was with her just laying by my side, hardly doing anything while I masturbated. She obviously enjoys her part (which she told me), but she's also frustrated that I haven't come yet.
I have no problem coming when masturbating, but as soon as it differs from my normal masturbation-routine even slightly, it's a lot harder. This leaves in the position of being able to sustain my erection, but not getting physically sufficiently aroused to have an orgasm.

Do you have any idea what I could try? Maybe you have experienced this or similar things? Change my masturbation technique or something?

I've read up on it, so I think I maybe have some kind of delayed ejaculation/anejaculation...? Maybe this gives you a term to search for or you can relate to when giving advice.

I've tried some stuff myself, but I don't want to make this question too long, so if you want more information, please ask. I'll be happy to share.

March 11, 2020, 04:02:54 AM
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Tim Du


Don't worry, my friend. Maybe you can try to have some extra support during sex, for example, watching sex video, have you tried it? it can help you get orgasm very effectively.
Moreover, you also can try extra sexual tool, I know an All inclusive male massager, it can used for couple, the massager can stimulate your scrotum, perineum, the skin surround thighs during make love. So it can really help you get orgasm, or extend your orgasm time. I have tried above two methods, good experience.
Tim

March 24, 2020, 06:11:20 AM
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MustacheMan2020


Try different stimulating methods.  Try watching porn with her. Maybe even experimenting s little (i.e. prostate massage).  Sexual stimulation is an open forum and you're young so step out a little.
MM2020

July 13, 2020, 08:37:44 AM
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Chords


most women unlike most men need to feel safe and secure in order to achieve orgasm. If you aren't comfortable with your partner  or you are anxious for some other reason, you must set aside your worries.
You need to release yourself totally to your partner to experience the satisfaction of orgasm. you need to let go of your anxiety. You need to loose yourself ilot her..
Watch the video below for you to have orgasm during sex
https://youtu.be/WxevJ5vHhuM

July 16, 2020, 10:23:41 AM
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Bennett


Hi there, I hope you people are open to my problem, so let's go for it...

In short: I (m25) have a (my first) girlfriend (f26) and when having any sex with her I cannot get an orgasm.

A bit longer: We dated for about 2-3 months now and are already in love. We enjoy our sex regularly and she has no trouble orgasming. I, on the other hand, came only once in two month and that was with her just laying by my side, hardly doing anything while I masturbated. She obviously enjoys her part (which she told me), but she's also frustrated that I haven't come yet.
I have no problem coming when masturbating, but as soon as it differs from my normal masturbation-routine even slightly, it's a lot harder. This leaves in the position of being able to sustain my erection, but not getting physically sufficiently aroused to have an orgasm.

Do you have any idea what I could try? Maybe you have experienced this or similar things? Change my masturbation technique or something?

I've read up on it, so I think I maybe have some kind of delayed ejaculation/anejaculation...? Maybe this gives you a term to search for or you can relate to when giving advice.

I've tried some stuff myself, but I don't want to make this question too long, so if you want more information, please ask. I'll be happy to share.

Try to read this article and get the solution

https://bit.ly/309UxvD


July 17, 2020, 01:42:28 PM
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July 21, 2020, 02:39:15 PM
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BethanyT


I am just in my first sexual relationship and slept with boyfriend just four times , it has got past the stage where it is uncomfortable yet I cannot say I get fireworks so I guess I yet to climax , maybe this will happen later with more practice and becoming more relaxed.

July 27, 2020, 06:07:16 PM
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Hykiri


Are you on any medication? That can be a problem.

July 28, 2020, 10:02:00 AM
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citydove941


It definitely might be helpful to try different methods in the bedroom. Things like toys, porn, etc. Also, I know at least from a female perspective that oftentimes when you're over thinking an orgasm, it usually never comes. Try to relax and enjoy the love making session as it is, without adding the pressure to orgasm. Good luck!

 

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