To do that, tell him how good he makes you feel — a carnal compliment strokes his ego and keeps his brain tuned to sex.One detail worth noting: Stick to the present tense."The follow-up round is usually less frantic, so you have more time to indulge secret desires and dream up sexy scenarios," says Lloyd."Without that erotic urgency, you can concentrate on teasing each other with foreplay, talking dirty, role-playing, and other seductive moves that take a little time and imagination." There's a practical reason to change things up too — if your man did most of the work initially, it's only fair for you to take the power position next.From Kids games to Extreme sports and from Racing to Puzzle games, we have it all!Sometimes winding down leads right into starting up again.
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"On average, a man in his 20s needs 5 to 30 minutes following his first orgasm to attain an erection again," says Dr. (A 30-something dude will need a few more minutes of recovery time; the older the man, the longer it takes for him to get that second erection.) That's because after a guy ejaculates, the muscles in his penis automatically relax, and the blood flow that caused his erection in the first place decreases.
Your strategy: Give him time to recuperate while keeping him sexually focused.
"After he's caught his breath, curl up against him so your tush grazes his crotch," suggests Lloyd.
"Or if he's on his belly, arch your body on top of him and let just your nipples skim his back."Then start caressing his chest, back, and shoulders.Instead, enjoy all phases of his longer-if-not-stronger erection, and feel free to take intercourse breaks to allow for other action.