I'm wondering if anyone else can explain to me what's going on in my new relationship.I've been seeing a guy for a couple of months now and it's going perfect other than the one problem. He can't maintain an erection. I'm starting to worry that this isn't a passing problem now and that it's not just down to nerves. Can anyone shed some light? During foreplay, he doesn't like you going near the head as 'it's just too sensitive, it puts him on edge', and he had to constantly adjust his foreskin. He seems to only get hard through masturbating himself (he hasn't been with a girl for 2 years). When he does go in for the kill he's soft before he anything can happen. I feel like I'm hurting him instead of pleasing him. But I can see how mortified he is by the situation. How can I help to make things better?
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- Thread Starter
- 26-02-2018 08:25
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- 26-02-2018 08:39
Just reassure him unfortunately we are not allowed to give actual sex tips here
- 27-02-2018 15:31
It could simply be nerves if it’s been a while, or he could be desensitised due to masturbation? Open and honest communication is key here though - you obviously don’t want to hurt his feelings, that much is clear, but if you two don’t talk about it I don’t think it’s going away
- 27-02-2018 18:06
What's his cardio vascular system like?
Could he run up 5 flights of stairs without looking like he's going to have a heart attack?
How old is he?
Is he on any medication?
Is he taking any drugs?
What is your body mass index? Sorry to ask such a blunt question - just need to establish a few things before giving advice.
- 27-02-2018 18:47
Why don't you take the lead then?