to prevent premature ejaculation
There are several techniques to try:
Masters and Johnson Method
This is the technique developed by the
famous sexologists. It involves masturbation, either by
yourself or with help from a partner:
Masturbate (lubrication with Astroglide
may be helpful). Allow yourself to stop just before ejaculating,
relaxing, even letting your erection to decrease. Repeat
this until you have a better idea when you have reached
the "point of no return". With a partner allow
her to stimulate you either via mastrubation or oral sex,
and then signal when you are close to ejaculating. Signalling
can often come in the form of a gentle squeeze or, more
bluntly saying "Stop" or "Slow down".
It may take several attempts to be successful using the
Masters and Johnson Method. Using this "start and stop"
method during intercourse may take practice.
This is a variation of the Masters and
Johnson Method. This is where the partner "pinches"
the tip or base of the man's penis before ejaculation. This
decreases the amount of blood flow to the penis, causing
the man to lose his erection. Squeeze
Technique to prevent premature ejaculation
The Pressure Point
If you are close to ejaculating you may
want to know about nature's own Panic Button. Between the
scroum and the anus there is a duct that can prevent ejaculation.
Have yourself or your partner press with their fingers and
you can often stop the ejaculation in its tracks.
Pressure points to
control premature ejaculation
The Pelvic-muscle (PC Muscle)
Controlling the pubococcygeus muscle is
another way of preventing ejaculation. This is the muscle
we use to stop ourselves from urinating midstream. Learn
to contract that muscle ten times a day and you can use
this as another alternative of the start-stop method. PC Muscle Exercises
to prevent premature ejaculation
Second Time Around
Men often take a longer time to ejaculate
during the second time of coitus. If the first time was
too quick, you may want to engage in extended foreplay or
oral stimulation while preparating for a repeat performance.
Condoms can help decrease the amount of
stimulation during intercourse. Ribbed condoms are often
the least sensitive. Of course, their greatest importance
is in preventing sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy.
Out on the market are creams that contain
anesthetic gels similar to use in offices to decrease stimulation.
Most common are the creams that contain the active ingredient
benzocaine. Your mileage may vary on these, as some men
feel that they make intercourse less pleasurable.
Topical lotions used to reduce sensitivity
in the highly sensitive areas of the penis. It can be presented
in a variety of ways, from an all natural liquid roll on
to spray on solutions. Desensitizing creams containing local
anesthetic agents can also be useful for some men with premature
ejaculation. These agents are not approved by the FDA specifically
for this use, but they are believed to be of at least some
efficacy and are a minimal-risk option for patients. One
of lubricant's numerous unique qualities is its fast start
of action. Users have described feeling the tingling sensation
as fast as 1 min after application.
It is suggested that laying down with the
woman on top is the best way of prolonging an erection during
intercourse. This causes the man to be relaxed and can better
guide their thrusting to delaying the inevitable. The missionary
position is often considered the most difficult one to preventing
Sometimes men go to their doctor for this
problem. Recently, primary care physicians and urologists
have been prescribing medications to reduce anxiety in helping
with premature ejaculation. Zoloft and Klonopin are medications
that have been tried. Although considered an off-label use
for treatment, Viagra has also helped with premature ejaculation
particular those who suffer from intermittent impotence
as well. Other times a referral to a sex therapist or psychologist
may be needed. Premature ejaculation is a common problem
that can seriously affect a relationship or marriage. It
is important that couples are upfront with the problem so
they can work on doing something in fixing it.