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Forum Name: Female Sexual Disorders
|zzizza - Sun Apr 05, 2009 9:48 pm|
I'm 18 years old girl.When i was 13 I used to masturbate 3-4 hours a day continiously.My feelings was fresh and I got sufficient pleasure.My orgasm was great.But after 1 year I stopped getting enough pleasure.My orgasm didn't last more than 3 seconds.Then I stopped Masturbating.Now I always have a desire.I can easily start getting pleasure but it doesn't last long.I can say that I start super fast.Even when I think about SEX.Unfortunately,I lost my fresh feelings and getting sufficient pleasure.Are there any medications that makes my pleasure last longer?
|Debbie Miller, RN - Fri Apr 10, 2009 3:19 pm|
I am not aware of anything that would help this particular concern. Sometimes antidepressants affect libido but I would not expect it to prolong orgasm. Perhaps taking a break would result in things working out better for you later on. It would be worth trying.
|plumadw - Wed Apr 15, 2009 1:48 am|
The person who comes up with something that increases women's sexual pleasure WILL BE A MILLIONAIRE! When I find this MILLIONAIRE, I'll be sure and contact you and every other woman waiting in America!!!
Good luck to you and have a great day!!!!
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