Top Sex Techniques That Help With Premature Ejaculation

Top Sex Techniques That Help With Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation can put severe stress on a relationship or an individual’s sex life. It is natural, especially in a relationship, to feel ashamed and upset when discussing matters of sexual health. Communication can ensure that there is no loss of intimacy or trust in such situations, or that your partner is not in turn upset about changes that may take place in terms of sexual intimacy. Relationship counseling, visiting a sex therapist, medications such as Super P Force, and physical exercises are all ways in which people address the problem of premature ejaculation.

The pause and squeeze technique

A technique commonly used by those dealing with PE is the pause-squeeze technique. Your physician or therapist may already have recommended that you and your partner practice this method in the following way:

Stimulate the penis and continue having intercourse as usual, until the person with PE is about to ejaculate. There is a point in the penis where the glans (head) joins the shaft. Squeezing the penis at this point for a few seconds will decrease the urge to orgasm, and delay ejaculation. Penetrative sex can be attempted after the pause and squeeze method, and a few days of practicing the method may lead to the person being able to delay ejaculation without needing any external help. However, if the pause and squeeze method results in any sort of discomfort or pain, it is better to avoid doing the exercise. In this case, the ‘stop-start’ technique can be used, which is simply to wait until the urge to ejaculate has passed.

Pelvic floor exercises

Pelvic floor exercises can result in the strengthening of muscles that might have benefits in the long run. If pelvic floor muscles are weak, there may be problems such as premature ejaculation as it might affect a person’s ability to delay an orgasm.

Here’s how the exercises are performed:

First, find out what muscles need to be involved in doing these exercises. Putting stress on the right muscles and using them to exercise is important. It is also easier to practice doing these exercises while lying down, at least in the beginning.

To properly perform the exercise, tighten your pelvic muscles. Hold these muscles in a contracted position for about three seconds. After that, release the hold and relax the muscles for three seconds. Do this a few times continuously. As you get better at the exercises, make sure to not tighten nearby muscles such as those in your thighs or abdomen. You can also try doing the exercise while sitting or standing. Focus clearly when practicing and make sure to not hold your breath during the exercise. Perform the kegel exercises three times a day for best results. 

  • Type of condom

Condoms are improving for having safe sex, and they also reduce penis sensitivity. This has the added benefit of delaying ejaculation time for those suffering from problems related to premature ejaculation. A specific type of condom is made just for dealing with PE. Known as ‘climax control’ condoms, they are sold over the counter and contain numbing agents as well. Lidocaine or benzocaine are numbing agents that are used in the making of these condoms. Otherwise, they will also have a thicker layer of latex to delay orgasm and make intercourse last longer. 

  • Masturbating before sex

Masturbating before intercourse can also delay ejaculation during intercourse. Of course, it is not always possible to plan beforehand and prepare for intercourse every single time. But for the occasions when it is possible to plan ahead, it is recommended that masturbating 1 or 2 hours prior can increase the time needed to orgasm later on. 

  •  Behavioral changes

Certain simple steps can also help prevent premature ejaculation. Other than masturbating before intercourse, therapeutic results can also be obtained by avoiding intercourse directly. Removing the fear and stress of prematurely ejaculating and making intercourse more fun can also help. There are various forms of sexual play that can alleviate the pressure from intercourse. Not engaging in penetrative sex at the very beginning can also delay orgasm. Many people also use SSRIs such as Dapoxetine 60 mg to delay orgasms, but behavioral changes can also bring about noticeable results. 

  • Foreplay 

As mentioned above, avoiding penetrative sex and engaging in foreplay are both important. Activities such as massaging or any other form of intimacy that constitutes sexual play can also get rid of the pressure. Additionally, performing oral sex on your partner can also lead to prolonged intimacy without prematurely ejaculating. Such acts can help delay orgasm until both the parties involved are ready.

Thus, various methods can be used to maintain a healthy sex life even while dealing with PE. It is important to clearly communicate your needs to your partner to avoid misunderstanding.

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