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I'm finding it particularly difficult to get penetration to

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I'm finding it particularly difficult to get penetration to my girlfriend. Generally I'm hard going in, but am either slipping out of the vagina in a second or losing my erections after a couple of tries to get in. It's been this a few weeks now, and I feel really embarrassed and lacking in confidence now. My girlfriend was wet as well. Neither of us are virgins. Please help
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Mental Health
Expert:  Dr. Z replied 1 year ago.

*This website DOES NOT constitute treatment and only provides information and advice in a Q&A format. For treatment (therapy and/or medications) you must go to a licensed professional in your area. Please note that anything said here is not private or confidential, as this is a public forum.

Hello and thank you for using JustAnswer. I am sorry that you are having this issue, I can understand how distressing this can be for you. Can you masturbate with no erectile difficulties? If you believe this to be a mental health issue, have you considered seeing a Sex Therapist for treatment?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Hello,Yes, I can masturbate regularly with no erectile difficulty.At this point, I don't think it qualifies as a mental health issue as the problem is new to me and isn't triggered by any emotional or mental stimuli.I want to understand my possible problems and probable solutions first. If I try all that and don't find the necessary changes, I may consider the possibility of a mental issue.
Expert:  Dr. Z replied 1 year ago.

Well you did ask this question in the mental health category, so if you believe this may be a physical issue do you want me to move this question to the Urology category?

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Umm, honestly I am not sure what category it fits best? Sexology? Urology - really? A sex related issue does have a mental aspect I suppose.You are the expert, so I'd let you decide where to transfer my question.I'm just a guy with a problem, seeking solutions.
Expert:  Dr. Z replied 1 year ago.

There is no treatment available on this website, so in order to rule out physical issues you would need to undergo an examination by a urologist to determine if there is nothing physically wrong with you. If you are deemed physically okay than this is a mental health issue and I would recommend that you see a Sex Therapist for treatment to help lessen what is called performance anxiety.

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