"He saw, he came and unfortunately he couldn’t conquer."
Ask a man ‘What’s his biggest fear in the bedroom?’ and there’s a very good chance that ‘Premature Ejaculation’ will be the answer. As a man, you might tend to think that you’re the only one unable to perform in the bedroom but you’re not the only one. According to statistics, premature ejaculation is indeed one of the most common sexual dysfunction affecting around 30% men regardless of any cultural, racial or ethnic differences.
Why does premature ejaculation occur?
The causes of premature ejaculation can be biological or psychological. Biological factors like genetics, over-
sensitive skin, inflammation and/or infection of the prostate lead to PE. Guilt, fear, performance anxiety can step in as far as the psychological factors are concerned.
However, over time, male sexual dysfunctions like premature ejaculation have been studied extensively which have provided us with quite a few ways to deal with PE. Listed below are some ways using which one can tackle premature ejaculation:
Pelvic Floor Exercises: Pelvic muscle exercises are quite effective when dealing with premature ejaculation.
Slow down: Start slow and continue the same momentum throughout the intercourse. It will keep you from feeling the urgent need to ejaculate.
Start-Stop Technique: This is one of the most effective ways to tackle PE where once you feel the pressure building up, stop thrusting and rest for a few seconds till the need to climax goes away. Start again and follow the same pattern.
Change the position: Changing positions can help in delaying ejaculation. Try out various positions with your partner and see what suits you best.
Pre-Masturbation: Masturbating a couple of hours before sex can help delay ejaculation during intercourse.
Distract yourself: Just when you feel like you’re about to ejaculate, think of something that will turn you off like an annoying comment or a sad story.
Wear a thick condom: Thick condoms are designed to delay ejaculation and therefore are ideal to use when dealing with PE.
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