A female Health And Fitness advise-needed-please-about-sex-and-time Advise needed please, about sex and time. Relationship & Sex    age 30-35, anonymous writes:

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I’m in a long distance relationship. My boyfriend and I see eachother every 3 months. Recently, when we saw eachother, we had sex on the first night. He lasted about 30 seconds. The next morning we had sex again and he lasted a long time, maybe 5 minutes or even more. He rarely lasts this long unless we’ve been having sex 2-3 times per day for 3-4 days straight. This time, he lasted so long after the first time, it felt weird. And previously when we had sex, he would eject with me facing him so he can see me and touch me, but during this visit, every time he ejects, he turns me around so that my back is facing him, and even when I’m front facing him, he only focuses and concentrates on my breasts. I felt different, as if he was having sex with me but thinking of someone else. I asked him why he last so long this time, but he just brushed it off saying I’m talking non sense.

Can you please give me some advice and let me know if it’s true that if a guy hasn’t had sex in a long time, he will eject very fast, won’t last a whole 5min?

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A female reader, Youcannotbeserious Health And Fitness advise-needed-please-about-sex-and-time-1 Advise needed please, about sex and time. Relationship & Sex     + , writes (27 September 2018):

Health And Fitness advise-needed-please-about-sex-and-time Advise needed please, about sex and time. Relationship & Sex    Our bodies’ responses can change due to many reasons. Age, health, emotional welfare, stress . . . and lots more. Your boyfriend didn’t last long the first time you had sex. That is normal if you have not had sex for a while and are excited to see a partner. The next day he lasted longer because he had already had sex the previous night. Perhaps he has been practising lasting longer but is embarrassed to discuss that with you. However, if YOU feel this is something to worry about, then you need to trust your gut instinct. As he has brushed it off, I am not sure what you can do about it except be vigilant and use effective contraception.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (27 September 2018):

Maybe he was trying to concentrate on lasting longer and thought that by not looking at you would help that.Maybe he wants to last longer so he thinks you are more sexually satisfied. If you’re still having a lot of sex to make up for lost time it doesn’t seem like it’s because he had someone else, if he did why would he still see You?

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