• Baseballtiger Baseballtiger
    November 10, 2008
    Why does my dick go limp?
    Baseballtiger Baseballtiger
    November 10, 2008

    I have been in a relationship for 5 months with this beautiful 33 yr old mother of two. I am 22 and with no kids. When we started having sex it was awesome, the best. Then lately it's happened that we would be having sex and I would be super hard and while penetrating my dick all of a sudden goes limp. No way to bring it up, no matter if she went down on me. Nothing. She feels like I'm not attracted to her and that is not the case. I have told her things about my past that  I have thought might have something to do with it but it didn't work. This limp things keeps going, 5 times already.  I'm worried... please advise

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  • anon November 11, 2008
    anon
    November 11, 2008

    You could have a number of problems, the most obvious would be that you're not into it.  I'm not saying you're not into the girl, I'm just saying youre not into the sex at the time.  Whether it be because you're tired, the position is uncomfortable, or if it has just gotten boring.  Try to liven it up a bit and change your routine.  It's happened to me before too, you're not alone.  Also, watch what you eat.  There are certain foods that affect your erection (esp. alcohol/marijuana/cigarettes).  Hope I helped

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    • i need help
      June 09, 2009
      i need help
      June 09, 2009

      elo right my feller somkes a lot of green ande he thinks there is something wrong with his dick but i dont i no it gose down sometimes i think its beacuse he wornt into me but now i no after readin urs that it is beacuse he smoke a shit load of green an he has only come once could you please tell him there nothing wrong with him he just smoke 2 much weed x thanks hope you can help use x

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