Let’s not put too fine a point on it. Do you come too quickly? When you embrace your partner, are the festivities over almost as soon as they begin? Is premature ejaculation ruining your love life?
If you climax faster than you want to, or quicker than your partner wants you to, you’re not alone. It may be small comfort to know that most men experience premature ejaculation now and then. In fact, too-rapid climax is the #1 sexual complaint of men under the age of forty. Lots of things can make it happen, and several things can be done to make it stop. Try these three easy ways to prevent premature ejaculation, if you want to last longer.
It may be easier to find your pubococcygeus muscle than it is to pronounce. Begin to urinate and stop in midstream. The muscle you contract to do that is the “PC” muscle, and it’s the same muscle that can stop a too-quick climax. When you feel the urge, contract and hold until the urge passes.
Topical anesthetics that contain lidocaine and other desensitizing agents provide on-demand relief to many men by reducing sensation just enough to delay orgasm. Modern formulas in products such as Promescent absorb quickly and do not transfer to partners.
If you feel yourself about to come too soon, pull out, tuck your chin to your chest and take a slow deep breath. Contract and hold your PC muscle until the urge to ejaculate subsides. With practice, tantric techniques can prolong lovemaking indefinitely.
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