When you say ‘seconds’ it sounds like you mean a second round of intercourse, which naturally requires a second erection. Here’s the hard part (or in your case, the not hard part. ) Every man has a different Refractory Period (length of time required to obtain a second erection after an ejaculation. ) For some men, it’s ten minutes, for others 20 minutes, one hour, hours, days, or even weeks.One way to shorten Refractory time is to allow your stud to take a nap after sex, which rejuvenates the body. If he still can’t get another erection right away, then try to prolong his erection (and length of intercourse) so that you get your ‘seconds’ during the first round. How to prolong erections: One way is to make sure that he has ejacualted earlier in the day, which helps him wait longer before ejaculating the next time, thereby prolonging intercourse and enabling you to get your seconds during the first round.Other intercourse prolonging techniques include: 1) The Squeeze Technique: Squeeze behind the bulge at the head of his penis (called the Coronal Ridge, ) with your thumb and forefinger until the danger of his orgasm recedes. Don’t do this technique after he’s started coming, that would be like bolting the barn door after the horse has fled; and 2) Another slowing technique is the Stop-Start Technique in which you stop all stimulation until the danger of orgasm recedes. Another way to make sure that you are satisfied is to obtain the bulk of your pleasure before you have intercourse. If you wait to be satisfied during intercourse alone, and he doesn’t last long enough or can’t have intercourse again, you will be left high and dry. And, if he is too tired for another round of intercourse, he will probably be too tired to satisfy you through other forms of stimulation.Lots of luck. I hope you have seconds, thirds, and fourths, just remember, your extra helpings need not come after intercourse. Take your seconds however you can get them! Let me know how it goes.