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i can mastrubate for long periods of time. even when i try and make myself ejaculate the quickest i can usually do it is around half an hour. i am 16 and have always used some sort of lotion to mastrubate like vaseline or burts bees hand lotion. i get destracted very easily so i can be in the middle of mastrubating then i can easily stop and go on doing something else without finishing. is this normal?
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replied March 17th, 2010
Hi there, thank you for posting your question on Ehealthforum. This is not intended as a substitute to visiting your own doctor.

From what you say, you sound perfectly normal to me.





Dr Andrew Rynne.

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replied August 11th, 2012
How to ejaculate faster
Ok help, I'm 31 and had a lot of fun escapades with various women who love marathon men. Now I married a women who hates the fact that it takes me so long to ejaculate. She says any sex lasting longer than 5 min gets very painful. Doc help! how do I become a minute man !?
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