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    Hiya,

    Question for the guys really, but is it quite common for a guy to go almost instantaneously flaccid after (prematurely) ejaculating? I had sex with a new guy for the first time and this seemed to happen (but considering how quick the whole episode lasted I originally presumed he's just lost his erection...)

    So yeah, I was just interested really.
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    I guess if you p.e.'d the embarrassment would make you go flaccid pretty damn quick
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    (Original post by Lyndon1504)
    I guess if you p.e.'d the embarrassment would make you go flaccid pretty damn quick
    true say
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    Same thing happened to my bf...he said it was because he was nervous and things got interrupted so found it hard to keep an erection before he went in.

    It sucks but ask what you can do to help things go better next time. I did and my bf asked me if I could do some things / explained how he was feeling. I reassured him that it didn't matter if things went wrong and that it didn't change my feelings towards him and that as he's new to it all I don't expect anything in the beginning.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hiya,

    Question for the guys really, but is it quite common for a guy to go almost instantaneously flaccid after (prematurely) ejaculating? I had sex with a new guy for the first time and this seemed to happen (but considering how quick the whole episode lasted I originally presumed he's just lost his erection...)

    So yeah, I was just interested really.
    you go flaccid within a minute from normal ejaculation, so doesn't sound unlikely that embarrassing PE would cause it to go soft quicker
 
 
 
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