Posted Tue May 08, 2007 11:35 AM
The reason I'm posting isn't really a "problem", but any advice would be very appreciated nonetheless. I feel like I should be capable of having more orgasms than I do - I usually masturbate (or have sex) once or twice daily. If I orgasm more than that, my testicles get sore; I'm still capable of having sex, but it takes longer to orgasm, is more difficult, and is sometimes painful. Even twice daily--if done several days in a row--has this effect. Similarly, I could orgasm 3-5 times in one day, but would then need several days off.
I understand that this may be higher than the "norm", and perhaps my expectations are too high. However, my sex drive does not significantly decrease as a result--it seems that the equipment just can't satiate the desire. Furthermore, I am a healthy, fit, 21-year old male who practices kegels. My initial thought was that it was simply a matter of the "reserves" being low. However, I've done extensive research and take several supplements to both increase volume and improve orgasm and drive (Fish oil, L-Arginine, Zinc, Multivitamin, drinking plenty of water, and more..). These supplements do work great, and allow me to come twice a day regularly with more comfort, but do not seem to ameliorate the soreness that comes with several orgasms in a day. That is, there does not appear to be a direct/linear relationship between semen production and orgasm capacity.
So - does anybody know of ways to improve this? I'm not seeking to have 5-6 orgasms every day or anything like that, I just don't want to feel limited in this way; I would like to be able to have sex 3-4 times in a day without having to take days off afterwards. Can any one help?
Posted Tue May 08, 2007 12:11 PM
I'm sorry, I don't have any answers for you, but I'm sure some of the good members will be able to assist.
Thanks for joining and posting... this truly is a great place!
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Posted Tue May 08, 2007 03:39 PM
Posted Wed May 09, 2007 01:29 PM
Yes, I think your expectations are too high. We are all different, and just because you can do it a few times in one day doesn't mean you can keep doing it at that rate. The fact that you get soreness and it takes you longer each time is your body's signal - "THAT'S ENOUGH".
Posted Sat May 12, 2007 02:08 AM