How Many Times Can a Guy Come?

Boys and men can become sexually excited through masturbation, erotic activity with another person, wet dreams, or even just sexy thoughts. When a man is aroused, his penis becomes engorged with blood, causing it to become hard and erect. During sexual climax, neural signals are sent from the brain through nerves in the spinal cord to the genital region, and the pelvic muscles contract. Waves of these contractions cause sperm, along with some fluid, to travel from the testes through the vas deferens. Extra liquid to protect the sperm is released from the prostate and seminal vesicles. Finally, this sperm/liquid mixture, known as semen, passes through the urethra to the end of the penis. Here it is released during male orgasm – this is ejaculation.

How Many Times Can a Guy Come?

Men vary in the number of times they can ejaculate, with some able to come more frequently than others. Ejaculation is followed by a phase known as the refractory period, in which a man cannot become erect or ejaculate again. This can last from a few minutes to more than several hours, often depending on the man’s age.

Broadly speaking, younger men can ejaculate more than older men. Research has found that men aged 18 have a refractory period of around 15 minutes, whereas 70-somethings can take up to 20 hours. The average across all age groups is about 30 minutes.

So on average, if one has sex right after the refractory period is over, how many times can a guy come at most? That’s 24/0.5=48 times. But we all know this is a theoretical number because this is too physically demanding.

Are There Harms of Too Much Sex?

Ejaculation in itself does not do any damage. However, if you are having sexual stimulation several times a day, the skin on the penis can become sore, so make sure you use plenty of lubricant. Ejaculation should not hurt – if you experience any pain, you should seek medical advice.

Unfortunately, unlike women’s multiple orgasms, repeated male climax is largely a myth, or at least tricky to prove. It can depend on how you classify orgasm.

Don’t Worry Too Much About the Numbers

Many sex myths are based on numbers – the number of times you have sex, how long it lasts, etc. However, it’s important not to worry too much about the figures – it’s quality, not quantity that counts. Don’t get caught up in worrying about the size of your penis or your sexual stamina. Sex is about your and your partner’s sexual needs and wants. Remember that you’re both human, and don’t have an innate understanding of everything to do with sex – as with most things, it takes practice.

As for the legendary G-spot, don’t spend all your time searching for this. Instead, explore your partner’s body and find the areas that give her pleasure, and she can do the same for you. Everyone has different sexual desires, and the notion that there is a particular spot you need to find is ludicrous.

 
 
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