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not sure if this is health related but i get overstimulated during oral sex

By April 8, 2011 - 4:35pm
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which kills the mood for any additional sex such as intercourse. i just want to stop when i get to that point. any ideas on how to stop that?

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I feel I have this same problem. My boyfriend enjoys pleasing me by hand. Focusing a lot on the clit, it feels like there's a huge wall blocking me from actually achieving an orgasm. As enjoyable as it is for the first while it gets unbearable. I do find some relief when he penetrates me even for a brief moment. I'm thinking about introducing a toy because I feel I wont orgasm otherwise. He really enjoys the squirming, I totally understand. But the orgasm just never comes and by the time we start fucking he's already so worked up I can't build up to an orgasm in time.

May 13, 2019 - 2:01am

For me, having an orgasm increases arousal, and I can have 20+ orgasms in one session - each one becoming more intense. There are some great arousal gels available that help increase blood flow to the clitoris making it easier for multiple orgasms. [G] Stimulating Gel is my favorite, as it is all natural and works the best. Also, if you can manually stimulate your clitoris during intercourse, you can stay aroused and perpetuate the pleasure.

April 13, 2011 - 2:32pm
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I have the same problem. Right before I reach orgasm, I make my husband switch to regular intercourse. It does help.

April 9, 2011 - 3:28pm

Sounds like you are reaching an orgasm with oral sex. Many people, both male and female, lose interest in sex after having an orgasm. Some individuals, especially those who are young, can have multiple orgasms. But they need some time to "re-boot". Maybe, you should switch to vaginal intercourse just before you feel that you are about to reach a climax with oral sex.

April 8, 2011 - 5:17pm
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