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Micropenis and premature ejaculation

Postby Guest » Sat Mar 18, 2006 7:37 pm

I'm sorry to say I have been cursed with having a micropenis. I also suffer from premature ejaculation. A few times I was brave enough to reveal my micropenis to someone I was interested in. Our sex lives had constant problems. Even though she said differently I know I didn't satisfy her. Having a micropenis is humiliating enough but then suffering from premature ejaulation is even worse. Has anyone else had these types of problems?


Postby Dons 2cents » Sun Mar 19, 2006 4:20 am


I hope that you can see, in time, that the size of ones penis is not that inportant in terms of how two people can make satisfactory and enjoyable love. Somewhere recently I came across a true story (and I'm not sure where) told by a very experienced woman, that her best ever experiences with a man sexually (with intercourse) were with the man that had the smallest penis! I'm not kidding at all! I may be able in time to direct you to this story that I'm writing of.

I'm not writing from personal experience of PE but from extensive reading of the scientific literature on sexual difficulties, primarily RE. Premature ejaculation can be helped and is not nearly as complicated to find a answer to as retarded, inhibited, or delayed ejaculation. There is plenty of help out there for you. If you can, try not to allow your anxiety to get to you through the help of a caring professional. All you may need is a small amount of the right anti-anxiety drug, antidepressant, or help with behavioral modification and for a short period of time.



I suggest that you read about the use of varying drug aids for paruresis since it is my belief that most of this can be made applicable to premature ejaculation. Just some thoughts.
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Postby funnyguy » Mon Mar 20, 2006 7:50 pm

having a micropenis is all subjective, some guys with 7 inch penis might think thats small, and some dudes with 5 inch penis might think their penis is huge. i myself am realistic, i have a 4.5 inch penis, which is well below average. but i dont worry too much, since my sexual experiences were good(when i did have them). i doubt that you have a smaller penis than me, so....HA!

Postby Guest » Tue Mar 21, 2006 12:05 am

I do have a smaller penis due to a medical condition. I fit the "official" classification of micropenis...my penis is pretty much infantile. I wish I had a 4.5" penis, mine isn't even that large when erect.

Postby funnyguy » Tue Mar 21, 2006 8:08 am

yes, mine is 4.5 when erect. but theres a woman from this forum who said the best sex shes ever had was with a guy that was lke 4 inches cause that size could hit a spot really well. i was curious, what medical condition is that you have? my condition is....that im an asian...ha....ha

Postby Guest » Tue Mar 21, 2006 11:18 pm

I have Kallman's Syndrome. I'm also part Asian.

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Postby mullog » Mon Apr 02, 2007 9:01 pm

Well, I tought I had a small one with 5.2. One less thing to worry about in my life...one in many.

I think we all have to work with what we have and, even tough I have no experience at all with women and sex, from what I've read, there are many ways to please a women. I read somewhere that some women prefered an hour of foreplay than a 10 minute session.
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Postby mezi » Wed Apr 04, 2007 2:10 am

lesbians find sexual fulfillment without penis, Id suggest finding ways to have your partner reach climax before begining intercourse. perhaps through oral/fingering, ect

also look into the hitatch magic wand
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Postby tbobker » Tue May 15, 2007 10:49 pm

Well perhaps because its an issue with you that it became an issue with this woman. Dont know about you but you can always tell when your partner is not feeling quite right and not really enjoying it and letting go, this has a direct effect on me stopping me from fully enjoying it myself.

Lets face it, what is the biggest turn on of all, seeing your partner in pure ecstasy becuase of you!

Maybe if you cared less about these problems and really let go and enjoyed it your partner would as well?
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