That depends on you. If you continue approaching your sex life the same way you used to, it may indeed. But there is another way.
In Tibetan Buddhism, it's considered one of the secret rites of the "Fountain Of Youth", a secret practice to achieve longevity. In Tantra it's used to conserve your ojas, or your life force (in yoga it's believed that when you use all of your ojas, you die). In Tao, it's used to heal and strengthen your physical body.
This practice is non-ejaculation.
If it's the first time you're hearing about it, you may be quite shocked. I understand. After all, everything we know about sexuality involves a man ejaculating. So how is it possible?
It is possible. And when mastered, it will open the door to something most men never even thought is possible for them - becoming multiorgasmic.
Shocked again? Oh yes, having multiple orgasms is not reserved for women only. Imagine experiencing waves of pleasure moving throughout your whole body, taking you to highs you never experienced before, lasting an hour or even longer...
...and all while connecting to your partner on a very deep intimate level, and giving her a chance to experience her deepest orgasm.
How is it possible?
When you learn to stop ejaculating and open to multiple full body orgasms, you get two incredible benefits: you open your heart and you last longer. And trust me, your sex life will never be the same after that.