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7 years ago  ::  Nov 16, 2007 - 11:02PM #1
n0parkin
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Has anyone every tried this?  Do you have any suggestions on how to use it smoothly.  The site I looked at describes it as holding the man's base of the head of the penis before ejaculating when he is about to orgasm to prevent him from doing so.  Supposedly you can do this as many times as you want.  The site didn't mention if this actually makes the man last longer when done correctly on his own later or if this would need to be administered every time.
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7 years ago  ::  Nov 16, 2007 - 11:06PM #2
shiloh43
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its supposed to make it more intenet and last longer. would like to try that idea out though some time,
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7 years ago  ::  Nov 17, 2007 - 8:41AM #3
DustyLady
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There are a number of methods for prolonging or postponing orgasm.  Unfortunately, I can't discuss these on a PG-13 forum like this.

Dusty
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7 years ago  ::  Nov 17, 2007 - 12:49PM #4
shiloh43
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yep there sure is. but like dusty said they cant be discussed here. just experiment is the best thing to do.
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7 years ago  ::  Nov 18, 2007 - 11:33AM #5
n0parkin
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I saw the 'squirters' thread, and assumed if they have stuff like that on here, they can at least have a discussion on methods to prevent ED that are not medical.  I spoke to my husband about this, and he thinks it can be dangerous and have side effects.
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7 years ago  ::  Nov 18, 2007 - 3:07PM #6
VG59
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n0parkin,  I agree with you the squirters thread is much more eyebrow raising than this.

I would suggest that you do a websearch on Tantric Sex and that might answer some of your questions. 

From the things I have read, I don't see that there is anything that would be medically dangerous unless you are thinking about something much more extreme.

I do not see how ED could be caused by this. But it might make a guy a bit frustrated if he is not used to restraining his energies.
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7 years ago  ::  Nov 18, 2007 - 3:46PM #7
shiloh43
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I dont think anyone under the age of 18 should come here anyway, but as for the other i think the above will not cause Ed, high blood pressure and diabeties and other major things do that, its not cause by that, you copuld always use the other thing and stop right before  and go to something else, and then back to that, my friedn will not have that problem at all, he will be like a stallion, hes already  turned on so much that he cant stand it to much longer as in waiting,
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7 years ago  ::  Nov 18, 2007 - 7:14PM #8
n0parkin
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Thanks for responding.  No, I'm not worried that this will cause ED, but it was mentioned on a website I went to on how to prevent (or rather, counteract) ED.  My husband doesn't want to use meds and I'm thinking he might need them.  I went to see if there was any natural way to counteract it, and came across this tecnique.  My husband thinks it may be dangerous to use this tecnique often. 

Thanks for the suggestion of tantric sex.  I will look into it.  This may be a direction to go instead of trying tecniques per se.  We're at a funny place and it is affecting our sex lives.  He apologizes over and over about how fast it is.  And I always say it doesn't matter, but I think it's having more a more pervasive role in our sex lives than either of us would like to admit to.  Certainly quitting smoking is the best solution, but there's not much I can do to convince him to do this either. 

Thanks much for the tantric idea!
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7 years ago  ::  Nov 18, 2007 - 7:25PM #9
shiloh43
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I dont know what to say then, it seems like he does need levitra though. My husband has high blood pressure and has had it for  years , and drinks and smokes and doesnt atke his blood pressure medicine or see his doctor until his blood pressure gets so high that he has to see the doctor, and then he wont tell him that he needs levitra cause he cant do anything at all, so we have been sexless  for 20 months now, and basically over 7 years time we have had sex maybe 3 times. He doesnt want to do anything and shows no interest at all in fiixing anything and people wander why i am frusterated and would like to have a lover. I hope that you can convince your husband to get help soon its nothing to ashamed of at all, unless you dont do anything about it and punish your wife and make her think that its something wrong with her. like i am told and made to feel.
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7 years ago  ::  Nov 20, 2007 - 8:42PM #10
kilgoretrout2006
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There's a Taoist practice very similar to this. It’s called injaculation as opposed to ejaculation. (Seriously, I looked this up.) Just before an orgasm the man presses a spot halfway between his anus and his scrotum. It’s explained pretty well here:

http://www.nine3.com/Magic.html.

It’s suppose to allow a man to have an orgasm without actually ejaculating. And it’s supposed to allow him to maintain an erection longer. (I haven’t actually tried this myself because, well, I hardly ever have sex.) (Sigh.) According to Taoist thought every person is filled with a life force called Qi (Chi). And semen contains Qi so every time a man has an orgasm he loses a little bit of his life force. (This is why we always want to roll over and go to sleep after sex.) Because of this it’s believed that men should limit the number of orgasms they have. (Women, on the other hand, have everything internalized so they can have as many orgasms as they want. How fair is that?) So Taoist sex is a lot like Tantric sex. It’s not so much “Let’s go to bed and have an orgasm.” as it is “Let’s go to bed and give each other pleasure through touch.”

If you have any medical concerns you probably just need to give your doctor a call. I know it’s a little hard to talk about something like this but doctors hear these kind of question all the time.

Luck.

k
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