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Gets erection easily, loss of hardness while trying to penetrate. Cause?

Im a 16 year old boy and have had problems with an erection . Ive looked into it online and am not sure if there was a problem with me or if its just performance anxiety . Here s my story: Today I was with my girlfriend and we were about to have sex. It wasn t the first time we ve tried to have sex either. The first time we tried to have sex, I had no problem getting an erection, but once i put the condom on, it just slowly started to go soft. Again today the same thing happened, I was fine getting an erection and my girlfriend was giving me a little handjob for a couple minutes then we were ready to try again. I put the condom on and the next thing I was going soft again. I didnt know what to do and i couldnt get it back up. Like i said, ive had no problem getting an erection, it only goes soft when i know im about to penetrate her. Im really worried about this and dont know what the problem is. I was hoping you d have some advice or feedback on what (if there is any) the problem could be?
Asked On : Mon, 28 May 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. The problem you are facing is anxiety neurosis. Your mind is not accepting the deed you are doing.
Due to involuntary action of the penile vein valves you are having this negative effect. You are expected to have psychological
treatment for no fault. If drag the same process with out treatment it may become habbit in your marietal life. I advise you
to avoid pre marietal sex. It wont suit to some people. Dont worry you will be fine if you can avoid PMS.
Answered: Tue, 29 May 2012
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