I'm in my early 40's and have been PMO'ing for 20+ years. I suffer/suffered from DE (delayed ejaculation) and have not had an orgasm via Oral, Vaginal, or any other method except by my own hand in at least 15 years.
Comments: Actually, these ED rates are not 3 times the norm. Unprecedented ED rates in young men of 30% or higher are the new norm as recent studies reveal: study 1, study 2, study 3, study 4.
Men age 40 and younger who are enlisted in the U.S. military are three times more likely to have erectile dysfunction (ED) than civilian men of similar age, but few military men report receiving treatment, according to a new study.
This is not hard-mode anymore; what I consider hardmode, is fapping five times a day until so much life-energy is sapped out of you that you feel no ambition, have no energy to do anything, feel depressed anxious and can look nobody in the eye or hold a normal conversation.
So this is my 90th day report. It might seem like a lifetime to all you new guys but I stopped counting days some time ago. I checked my badge the other day and it said '85' so I figured I had to write a 90 day report.
When my soon-to-be wife and I started dating, I shared with her that I had a history with pornography and masturbation but it hadn't been a problem for a while (a couple years). She understood that it was something most guys struggled with at some time or another and she helped me feel better about being open with her.
I want to make this "short" and simple. I just want to give some back story and let you all know what happened. I am currently age 22. I started like most of you, found porn when I was 12 or 13 and have been hooked ever since. I would PMO daily at least once since about age 15. Around the age of 18 I had sex with several girls and that's when I first started noticing ED.
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