This is my first post ever about this subject, but I think I am finally able to talk about it.
I was going out with my now ex-girlfriend for 2 years before we broke up, during this period I've never had any sexual problem (be it ED or PE), I am easily aroused and I used to last double the amount she lasted. During this period also, I wasn't addicted to porn, and masturbated occasionaly (PMO).
After we broke up, I took confort in porn unfortunately, I PMOed regularly and even started going to massage parlours with happy endings. This went on for about 6 months, after which I got back with the same girl.
When we got back together, I didn't stop PMO nor the massage parlours because I was hooked (but reduced the frequency). The sex was awful with my girlfriend (or at least it was for her) I didn't have a problem with getting it up (except maybe a couple of times) but I couldn't last for over a minute.
The relationship lasted for a year, during which, I am not proud to say I didn't not even once make her orgasm from penetration, The same girl that I was giving multiple orgams 6 month earlier. I am sure the sex was a big part of the breakup the second time.
Now two month after the breakup, I know that I am addicted to porn (and happy endings) and it is been four days today that I have stopped PMO (also stopped masturbation without porn) and happy endings.
However opposed to others that posted about their addiction, I don't have an erectile problem, and I am always turned on by hot girls I see on the street. I should probably mention that I am 27 yrs old.
The only problem that I have is PE, even masturbating to porn I don't last for more than min.
Do you think that after a successful reboot from porn and massage parlours I could get rid of my PE?
I would appreciate any feedback or comments from you guys,
Thanks for reading,
I should also add that I have been PMOing from around age 17 but not at the same frequency as the past year and half, and although it did not affect my sexual performance at first, I think it did contribute a lot to what I am today.