How to Control the Premature Ejaculation
Premature ejaculation happens when a man reaches orgasm just within the first few seconds after penetration or before you have penetrated, and ultimately be unsatisfactory to the couple.
This sexual dysfunction is more common in teenagers due to hormonal changes, which make them more excitable, but can also arise in the adult, being, in these cases, more related to psychological factors such as stress, anxiety or fear, for example.
The premature ejaculation can be controlled with the use of some techniques and exercises, but in some cases it may even be necessary to use medicine or conducting psychotherapy. Thus, it is best to always consult with a urologist to identify the possible causes of premature ejaculation and start the most appropriate treatment.
Treatment options for ejaculation control
The urologist may recommend and guide various types of treatment, which include:
1. The technique “start-stop”
This technique is widely used and helps to accustom the man to take a longer time to ejaculate. For this, the technique is performed with incremental steps, which include:
- On the first day, the man should masturbate with the hand dry, making 3 moves and stopping for 2 or 3 seconds. After each pause you should do this again 3 moves and stop. This standard should be maintained for 10 times. If the ejaculation happens before those 10 times, you should repeat the exercise in the following days until you can hold out for 10 times;
- After you are able to do 10 times in 3 movements, you should repeat the technique, but with 5 moves in a row, interspersed with pauses;
- When if you can do 10 times 5 movement-do 7 movements followed;
- After you achieve 10 times with 7 movements in a row, you must repeat the entire technique, starting again with the 3 movements, but with the hand wet, using some type of lubricant or petroleum jelly;
- When you come back to the 7 movements, the technique must be repeated, but for the partner or partner.
Each step of this technique should be done on different days or with a few hours of difference, so that the stimulus and the willingness of ejaculate are similar.
Ideally, during this technique, it is expected that the man go learning to identify the sensations and go managing to control them, prolonging the time until ejaculation. To get the best results, it is important that if you go doing a follow-up of the technique with a urologist.
2. Technique of compression
In this technique the man learns to recognize the sensations that arise prior to ejaculation, and to control them. The great advantage of this technique is that it can be done by the man himself, not needing the help of a partner or partner.
For this reason, you should make stimulation of the penis through masturbation or sexual intercourse, and when you feel that you will ejaculate, you should stop and make pressure on the head of the penis.
For this reason, you should place the thumb on the underside of the head of the penis, on top of the brake, and with the index and middle finger to press over the top of the penis, terminating in the urethra. The pressure must be maintained for 3 to 4 seconds and must be slightly uncomfortable, but without causing pain. This technique should be repeated, at maximum, 5 times in a row.
Another option for compression is to push on the base of the penis. This technique can be made during penetration, but it is important to ask the partner or partner for that do not move, avoiding stimulation at the time of compression.
3. Technique of desensitization
This is a technique quite simple to do, but that may not have result with all men, for it consists in making masturbation 1 to 2 hours before intercourse, which decreases the sensitivity to the orgasm.
In addition, in case the man does not use condoms, because they already have a long-lasting relationship, the urologist may advise its use, since it usually decreases the sensitivity of the penis, allowing you to control the orgasm.
4. Do Kegel exercises
Kegel exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which are the group of muscles that sits on the pelvic region, and around the urethra. When these muscles get stronger, the man may be able to be more able to control ejaculation, and avoiding that from occurring when the muscle contracts, for example.
5. Use of topical anesthetics
Some ointments or sprays that contain a substance anesthetic, such as lidocaine or benzocaína, can be used to decrease the sensitivity of the penis and increasing the duration of the sexual act, without the occurrence of the ejaculation. This type of products must be indicated by the doctor and need to be applied about 10 to 15 minutes prior to intercourse.
In addition to these products, there are still a condom that contains anesthetic in its interior and which may also be used. Some examples are:
- Durex Pleasure Extended;
- Prudence Effect Retardant;
- Prudence Ice.
Although anesthetics have an excellent effect to delay ejaculation, also may have some side effects, the most common is that the man refers to a decrease in pleasure due to a decrease in sensitivity.
6. The use of remedies
The remedies are usually used when the other techniques do not show the desired results. The remedies should always be recommended by a urologist and usually include antidepressants, such as Sertraline, Fluoxetine or Trazodone, for example, that deal with, mainly the anxiety, which is very common in these cases.
Premature ejaculation has a cure?
The cure of premature ejaculation can be achieved by using simple techniques of self-control, but when this is not enough, you can try to decrease the sensitivity of the male sexual organ or to take medicines prescribed by the doctor. A great strategy to cure premature ejaculation is to perform the kegel exercises about 300 times a day, every day.