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What sex positions can help me maintain an erection?

There are some sex positions that can improve your chance of maintaining an erection. If you let her get on top, you won't have to worry that the muscles in your thighs and glutes are using up blood that could be put to better use in your penis. Having sex while lying on your side will also help you maintain your erection.
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Sexy Ever After: Intimacy Post-Cancer

Recent studies show that 40-100 percent of men and women who have been treated for cancer have experienced some level of sexual dysfunction. Sexy Ever After: Intimacy Post-Cancer will help you...

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