How to control male precocious ejaculation

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Early ejaculation is when the man reaches orgasm during the first few seconds after penetration or before having penetrated, causing dissatisfaction for the couple.

This sexual dysfunction is more common in adolescents due to hormonal changes, which make them more easily excited, but can also appear in adults, being in these cases related to psychological factors such as stress, anxiety or fear, for example.

Early ejaculation can be controlled with the use of some techniques and exercises, but in some cases it may be necessary to use medication or perform psychotherapy. That’s why it’s ideal to consult a urologist to identify the possible cause of premature ejaculation and initiate the most appropriate treatment.

Treatment options to control ejaculation

The urologist can recommend and guide various types of treatments that include:

1. “Start-stop” technique

This technique is widely used and helps the man get used to taking more time in the eye. For this technique, it is carried out with gradual steps that include:

  1. The first day the man should masturbate with his dry hand, doing 3 movements and stopping for 2 or 3 seconds. After each pause, he must make 3 new movements and stop. This boss must be maintained 10 times. If the ejaculation occurs before these 10 times, you must repeat the exercise during the following days until you achieve 10 times;
  2. After you manage to do 10 times of 3 movements, you must repeat the technique but with 5 consecutive movements, interspersed with pauses;
  3. When you manage to make 10 times out of 5 moves, you must make 7 moves in a row;
  4. When doing 10 times with 7 movements in a row, you must repeat the whole technique, starting again with the 3 movements but with the wet hand, using some lubricant or Vaseline for this;
  5. When the 7 movements are achieved again, the technique must be repeated but for the companion or the companion.

Each step of this technique must be carried out on different days or with a few hours of difference, so that the stimulus and the eyacular gains are similar.

The ideal during this technique is that the man will learn to identify the sensations and that he will be able to control them, prolonging the time until the eyaculation. To obtain the best results, it is important that you carry out a follow-up of the technique with a urologist.

2. Compression technique

In this technique, the man learns to recognize the sensations that arise before the ejaculation can control them. The great advantage of this technique is that it can be done by the man himself, in which case he needs help from the partner or the partner.

The technique consists of stimulating the penis through masturbation or during sexual intercourse, and when you feel that the eye must stop and press on the head of the penis.

For it, you must place the thumb on the lower part of the head of the penis, above the frenillo, and with the index and middle finger, press above the penis, closing the urethra. The pressure must be maintained for 3 to 4 seconds and must be slightly uncomfortable, but without causing pain. This technique must be repeated a maximum of 5 times in a row.

Another option of compression is to press on the base of the pen. This technique can be performed during penetration, but it is important to ask the partner or the partner so that he does not move, avoiding stimulation at the time when the compression will occur.

3. Desensitization technique

This is a very simple technique, but it may not have results with all men, but it consists of masturbating 1 to 2 hours before having sexual intercourse, which reduces the sensitivity to orgasm.

Furthermore, if the man does not use a condom because he has a long-term relationship, the urologist can advise its use, as it normally reduces the sensitivity of the penis, allowing him to control the orgasm.

4. Doing Kegel exercises

Kegel exercises allow you to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which are the group of muscles that fall in the pelvic region and around the urethra. When these muscles are strengthened, the man may be able to have more capacity to control ejaculation, preventing it from happening when he contracts them, for example.

These exercises are also used when there is urinary incontinence and it is performed every day in 10 series of 10 repetitions. See step by step how to do Kegel exercises correctly.

5. Use of topical anesthetics

Some ointments or aerosols that contain an anesthetic substance, such as lidocaine or benzocaine, can be used to reduce penile sensitivity and increase the duration of the sexual act, without ejaculation. This type of product must be indicated by the doctor and must be applied 10 to 15 minutes before having sexual intercourse.

In addition to these products, there are some preservatives that contain anesthetics inside and that can also be used. Some examples are:

  • Durex prolonged placer;
  • Durex retardant effect;
  • Retardant effect control.

While the anesthetics have an excellent effect to delay ejaculation, they can also cause some secondary effects, being the most common that the man refers to a decrease in the placer due to the lack of sensitivity.

6. Use of medication

Medications are generally used when other techniques do not present the desired results. Medications should always be recommended by the urologist and generally include antidepressants such as Sertralina, Fluoxetina or Trazodona that mainly treat anxiety, which is very common in these cases.

See a more complete list of drugs to treat premature ejaculation.

Does early ejaculation take a cure?

The cure of early ejaculation can be achieved using simple self-control techniques, but when this is not enough, it is possible to try to reduce the sensitivity of the male sexual organ or to take medication prescribed by the doctor. An excellent strategy to cure early ejaculation is to perform kegel exercises around 300 times a day, every day.

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