Control Premature Ejaculation
Control Premature Ejaculation
Around 30% of men suffer from premature ejaculation (PE) at some point in their life, which can cause significant distress.Ejaculation is considered premature when it occurs 30 seconds to 2 minutes of the starting of penetration, depending on different cultures, countries and experts. There are two types of premature ejaculation: lifelong (or primary) and acquired (or secondary).
Primary PE starts at early age, usually when you are a teenager experiencing first sexual contact. It is harder to treat and often has deeper psychological causes.
Secondary PE happens later in life which is usually triggered by either psychological (stress or relationship issues) or physical causes (diabetes or high blood pressure).
But good news is, there are some self help techniques that can help you delay orgasm. They are described below:
Masturbate to orgasm an hour or two before intercourse; this will help to delay ejaculation during sex.
Use a thicker condom. It decreases the sensitivity of the penis and helps in delaying ejaculation.Beside this you can also try combination of an anesthetic cream with a condom. Your GP should be able to recommend a suitable cream.
Try a different Position
Sometimes changing the position for sex can help to last longer.So, try a different position while having sex.
This is a very simple technique and can be done alone or with a partner. This technique involves stimulating the penis and stopping just before you feel that you are about to ejaculate. Stop for 30-60 seconds and then start again. Repeat this process 4-5 times, stopping and “resting” every time you feel that you are about to have an orgasm. Finally, let the ejaculation occur, in this way you can identify the “point of no-return” for yourself.
Hold off penetration
Avoid penetration for the first 15 minutes of making love and Focus on other sexual play to take the stress off.
Try the squeeze technique
Have sex until you feel close to ejaculation. Then squeeze the penis in the area between the shaft and the glans (for about 30 seconds).. This will stop the ejaculation, but this could affect your erection, at least until you are stimulated again. Repeat this pattern until you want to ejaculate.
Do Kegel Exercise
Kegel exercises helps in strengthening the pelvic floor muscles; which contracts during orgasm. To correctly implement the technique, you need to know how to tighten the correct pelvic muscles. One approach of doing this exercise is by sitting on the toilet seat and urinating. And while stop the urine flow for few seconds. Medline Plus recommends a technique to carry out the exercise properly: Start by emptying your bladder completely. Then tighten the pelvic muscles for nearly 10 seconds. Relax the muscles for another 10 seconds. Repeat the exercise three times a day with 10 repetitions each time.
Discuss with your Partner
Talk to your partner about the problem. Discuss with her which techniques is will help to delay the orgasm. Don’t be afraid, most women will like it if you share you problem more openly.This will even make your relationship stronger.
And if you feel then go and visit a doctor.
Doctors mostly suggests Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) if the above self-help techniques doesn’t improve the problem. SSRIs are mainly use for the treatment of depression, but a side effect of this drug is delaying the ejaculation.
The male enhancement supplements that are available in the market can also be used. Doctors are now prescribing them to treat PE.
Although many people are using and getting benefits of using male enhancement supplements, but it is better to consult with your doctor before using them.