How long should you wait after sex to go again

How long should you wait after sex to go again

After a successful session in the sack, you might be ready to call it a night but what if she is looking for an encore?

Unlike women, men must take into account their refractory period before they can consider having sex again. This refers to the time lapse between your initial climax and when you are able to experience another erection.

The male refractory period varies with some men, ready for sexual stimulation within a few minutes, while others may require hours or days. There is no definite duration a man must wait for the second round of sex following another.

Sometimes winding down leads right into starting up again. And indulging in a second mattress session could increase your orgasmic potential because when your body is still turned on from a previous round, it’s easier to climax. Plus, chances are your man won’t come on as quickly the second time, so he will have more time to dedicate to pleasing you.

But you can’t just expect sex after sex. And it’s certainly not smart to demand it, because when it comes to repeat performances, women have an anatomical advantage. As long as she is aroused and lubricated, a woman is physically capable of having sex as many times as she wants without a break in between with many even achieving multiple orgasms in one session.

Men however, aren’t so lucky. No matter how sexed up their minds are, their members need time to recharge. On an average, a man in his 20’s needs 5 to 30 minutes following his first climax to attain an erection again.

A 30-something man will need a few more minutes of refractory time; the older the man, the longer it takes for him to get that second erection. This is because after a man releases, the muscles in his penis automatically relax, and the blood flow that caused his erection in the first place decreases.

Men can check if slowing down their frequency of sex can help them decrease the time needed for a second round. For example, if the man has sex everyday, he should instead try having sex on alternate days.

Trying new position once in a while may provide some men with a different type of sexual arousal that could influence the time they get aroused for the next session.

Areas such as the ears, neck, nipples, lips and testicles are more sensitive to touch than other others. Playing with these areas but pulling or twisting them can heighten sexual stimulation and lead to a shorter refractory period.

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