I'm a year-old virgin technically. Last evening, I tried having sex for the first time and maintained a decent erection throughout the oral play. However, as soon as my penis went inside her vagina, I lost the erection.
Find help or get online counseling now. Posted by lebanese. The other day, when my boyfriend and I were going to have sex - he went to put on the condom and immediately lost his erection.
My girlfriend and I have been in a relationship for seven months, and we started being sexual four months ago. I find my girlfriend very attractive, and there are strong sensual feelings and love between us. Why is this happening?
Question: "My partner lost his erection once or twice and now he is avoiding sex — I don't know what to do as I want to feel close to him and he is so withdrawn. It's when something doesn't happen according to plan, and no-one knows what to do or what to say, so nothing happens… crickets and tumbleweeds instead. I figure many of us have had one of these moments and we'd all agree: we don't want to have one again any time soon. Not doing it is certainly one way to avoid The Naked Awkward Moment, but it's not particularly useful — especially when your partner may not understand what's going on.
If you notice that your morning erections are less frequent or less rigid, visit your GP, as it could be an early warning sign of heart disease or diabetes. After orgasm, every man goes through a recovery cycle, called the refractory period, which is when it is not possible to get another erection. This resolution stage can take anything from minutes to days and varies from man to man, generally extending as you get older.
Nor is the inability to have another erection soon after an orgasm. Nearly every man occasionally has trouble getting an erection, and most partners understand that. The problem often develops gradually.
An erection problem occurs when a man cannot get or keep an erection that is firm enough for intercourse. You may not be able to get an erection at all. Or, you may lose the erection during intercourse before you are ready.
The Erection Hardness Score is a self-reporting measure that scores hardness on a 4 point scale to help men, their partners and doctors diagnose the causes of erectile dysfunction. It can be compared to foods for ease of description. Erectile dysfunction ED is defined as the inability to maintain an erection sufficient for sexual activity.
When men become sexually aroused, hormones, muscles, nerves, and blood vessels all work with one another to create an erection. Nerve signals, sent from the brain to the penis, stimulate muscles to relax. This, in turn, allows blood to flow to the tissue in the penis.
I get aroused well and can sustain an erection well during foreplay, but I tend to lose it just before intercourse. I do worry about this problem, and I think it only makes it worse. Well, you're right that worry does make matters worse. Losing the erection while trying to put on a condom is very typical of erectile dysfunction ED associated with worry.