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Serexin Review

by Alisa Princy (2019-09-24)

We all have experienced the sensation Serexin Review that we feel in our testes when we don't ejaculate. It's painful and uncomfortable, and we don't quite understand it. Frankly, however, I don't believe I've ever experienced any problems ejaculating when in the arms of another man. I've got to admit that I've been involved in heterosexual relations (even been married), and that there have been times when I was unable to ejaculate when with a woman. I guess, by now, that I realize it's probably more related to my homosexuality than it is to any performance issues in general. My natural self has no issues, but when engaged in heterosexual conduct, it's not so easy. Oh by the way, the tip that was left for the ladies was that a lack of ejaculation wasn't going to mean that their men's testes were going to explode! Oh my! Let's hope not. Moving on, the next topic for discussion was a lack of erection at all. Of course, there can be many reasons for this - as we have learned in the recent past, many men suffer from ED (erectile disfunction). Hey, even Bob Dole went on the dole for the curing product. And even though they were clearly made for the heterosexual audience, didn't we get a kick out of those commercials where Bob (not Dole) was grinning ear-to-ear because of the success he was having with his new medication? But seriously, we know also, these days, that penile issues are often harbingers of other health problems, so if your guy isn't as hard as he used to be as often as he used to be, saddle him up (oops...sorry) and get on down to the doctor's office for a checkup before it gets too late. Then there's premature ejaculation. You're enjoying yourself in bed with your man, taking your time to get the ultimate pleasure, when Wham! here it comes! Okay, there are solutions to this. The ladies are told to slow down and take things slow. Isn't that what lovemaking is about anyway? Slow, soft caresses, plenty of kisses (here, there and everywhere), an occasional breath. Maybe you can take turns if you're fellating each other; there's no need to sixty-nine all the time after all. Our email hints tell us (again, for the ladies) that a start-stop method might be useful. Another option - go at it quick, and have another go-round later. I don't know if this suggestion is as meaningful for two gays as it might be with a male/female coupling. Hey, they even discuss anti-depressants as a treatment for premature ejaculation. Methinks we're going a bit too far here. Last but not least on the ladies' tips - the erection that keeps going and going - how to deal with that? This is commonly called priapism, and if it goes untreated, it can lead to ghastly results. Keep in mind that the insecure guy you met recently may feel the need to double up on his pills, and that can lead to a prolonged erection (and danger).