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Let me define early stages of impotence as the time before I knew and believed I was impotent. That time frame is estimated at about 45 days. In the ealy stages our reaction was mutual. We blamed it on overworking, stress, over eating. We were like 2 people flipping fuses trying to get the lights on. We laughed about and cuddled. We focused on us and made the best out of the situation. She would say I love you more than the intercourse and I would come up with something to compliment her words. Towards the end of the early stages anxiety developed and we both developed phony feelings (make the face) about it. It moved into being taxing and awkward. Our minds were running out of excuses. That was the end of the early stages.
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No Don there was not a time when I could still get a erection but it took a while. I stopped having REM erections, I did not have good soft erections. I had enough nitrous oxide to barely puff the penis. Impotence came all at once. There was no time frame for me to have a orgasm with her. I did not have any. I would retreat to masturbation at un disclosed locations in the house .
My wife was always willing to physically stimulate me but I would shut her down because of not having an erection nor easily having an erection. I would attack her and stimulate her and make sure she had an orgasm. I would fake alot of stuff to distract her from my pleasure and keep her focused on herself being satisfied. sometimes it worked sometimes it did not.
Never in my life has a women said I was inside her to long. Always not enough.
I have always used oral sex to stimulate. I have believed a lie all of my life so I used oral sex, foreplay, as the predominate means of having intamcy.