Comdums make me soft, advice??

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    May 07, 2011 3:16 PM GMT
    I have tried ots of differant types and shapes and sizes of condoms and 99% of the time I go soft. Do you have any advice on how I can change that??

    The new things I just learned about are useing a female condom, and useing a cock ring with a condom.

    -Thanks in advance
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    May 08, 2011 7:34 PM GMT
    are you wearing ones that are not up to your girth.

    i used to have this problem before i realized they were basically like a wearing a sock that was too small. it was pushing my foot out of the sock. now i wear socks that are neither too large or too small. 90% of the time, that solves the problem. the rest of the time, chemistry helps.
  • rnch

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    May 08, 2011 8:50 PM GMT
    start masturbating once, twice, three times daily wearing a condom that fits you well....eventually you will get used to it?



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    May 09, 2011 11:51 AM GMT
    Stick a little vibrator thingy in the condom.
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    May 09, 2011 12:05 PM GMT
    Almost certainly more of a psychological issue than a physical one if you've tried a range of different sizes and kinds and it still happens.

    Why don't you do as rnch suggests, and when you masturbate do so with a condom? I really don't recommend trying to put a female condom on, if your penis is quite girthy and that's the issue, then you can find ones suitable for XL cocks.
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    May 09, 2011 5:00 PM GMT
    I recommend the opposite of wanking. Try to be a bit more Taoist about it and refrain from a lot of self-stimulation. This will allow an increase in sensitivity and longer-lasting erections.

    A lot of guys just wank to bloody much.
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    May 09, 2011 8:36 PM GMT
    Try different kinds and see if that makes a difference.

    Personally, I like Magnum Ecstasy. While because of their unusual shape they would work for larger guys the brand is really more of a marketing gimmick -in fact, they're the same product as Trojan Her Pleasure Ecstasy, but a lot easier to find in stores. They're tightish at the base but very large and loose up above, which means that when you're going at it you move within the condom and feel the friction.

    YMMV, though - I know others prefer something tighter and more form-fitting.
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    May 09, 2011 9:17 PM GMT
    Well I have tried many differant sizes, i have well hung buts still tried differant things ... thanks for the advice I will try some ... i dont JO anymore now that I have a bf, he thinks its a waiste lol ...

    Hugz,
    Thanks guys
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    May 09, 2011 10:50 PM GMT
    ttma saidWell I have tried many differant sizes, i have well hung buts still tried differant things ... thanks for the advice I will try some ... i dont JO anymore now that I have a bf, he thinks its a waiste lol ...

    Hugz,
    Thanks guys


    I do not think it's a waste. icon_eek.gif I do it all the time. icon_wink.gif
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    May 10, 2011 4:34 AM GMT
    There's a new product coming just for you:
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    The problem with condoms is that they don't get used as often as they should. But an innovative new product by a British biotech firm may change men's minds: called CSD500, the condom helps men keep their erection longer.

    It's been dubbed the "Viagra condom," but that's not entirely accurate. The new product is lined with a vasodilating gel, which increases blood flow to the penis and helps maintain erection. But unlike the pill, it's not designed for men who have erectile dysfunction; rather, it's meant for men who have trouble keeping erections specifically while using a condom.

    (More on TIME.com: Sex and Self-Esteem: A Big Boost for Men, Not So Much for Women)

    CSD500 was developed by Futura Medical and licensed to the Durex brand, which is owned by consumer-products company Reckitt Benckiser. The product is close to regulatory approval in the U.K. and may be on the market within the year, according to an article in the Wall Street Journal. If the manufacturer seeks FDA approval to market the condom in the U.S., it will have to provide more clinical trial data.

    The CSD500 is certainly an innovative idea, not least because it targets male users. Most advances in birth control - like hormone patches or pills - are geared toward women. And many men would probably agree that the stalwart but lowly condom has been long overdue for an upgrade.

    (More on TIME.com: Sex and Politics: Are Powerful Men Really More Likely to Cheat?)

    So how does Futura's new invention work? The trick was getting the gel to stay put inside the condom, so that it would not affect the condom-wearer's partner. According to the Journal:

    Finding an active ingredient was straightforward - it's a generic compound for the treatment of angina, a severe chest pain caused by lack of blood flow to the heart. However, "immobilizing" the gel in the condom, so the vasodilator only touches the wearer during sexual intercourse, was the clever part.

    "The challenge is having a stable product in a condom - a gel that doesn't do anything detrimental to the condom," Futura Chief Executive James Barder said.

    (More on TIME.com: He Wants Sex, She Doesn't. Are Beads the Answer?)

    "Some products can degrade the latex very quickly," said Mr. Barder, noting that adding the vasodilator to the lubricant is complicated. "It has to be immobilized in the condom." Most of the patents protecting CSD500 are associated with this immobilization, Mr. Barder said.

    Although CSD500 isn't meant to compete with Viagra, despite its nickname, a check of online sales of the drug would suggest there's no shortage of men who use it recreationally, which bodes well for future sales of an erection-encouraging condom.

    But regulators are more interested in what the condom promises to do for rates of sexually transmitted infections (STI). A product that improves firmness and duration will surely encourage condom use, but the CSD500 also combats another common cause of STI transmission: condoms that slip off because of erectile problems.

  • May 12, 2011 1:26 AM GMT
    Cock rings can help. So does putting some lube inside the condom as well as outside. (increases sensitivity in most guys)

    Or, here's a novel idea: how about finding a permanent partner that you trust, and staying monogamous. Then no condoms are needed.
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    May 12, 2011 9:50 PM GMT
    You try Durex Avanti Bare condoms? Google it, they're pretty awesome.
  • ohioguy12

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    May 13, 2011 5:36 AM GMT
    Viagra?
  • MikemikeMike

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    May 13, 2011 8:25 AM GMT
    fuck someone who actually excites you!

    Now get to the gym.
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    May 14, 2011 10:00 AM GMT
    The logical following is that you bareback then. In which case have both you and your boyfriend been tested for HIV in the last three months?