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Premature ejaculation

By Anonymous September 27, 2010 - 1:57pm
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My boyfriend has a consistent history of ejaculating after 2 minutes and it's affecting his psyche and my pleasure. I want to help and have read that this is possibly hereditary but he won't ask his father. None the less, even if it is, is there a way to prolong his erection to 6 1/2 minutes which I read is the average amount of time? I have heard of energy work, SSRIs and could use a better description of the "pressure" technique.

Thank you.

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As the article notes, untimely discharge is a regular sexual dissention the same number as one out of three men can influenced by this issue around then. Realizing that he's not distant from everyone else, and that assets are as close as his specialist, may help him in pushing ahead.

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The two usually in vogue techniques are the 'squeeze technique' and the 'stop-go technique'.

In the Squeeze Procedure, the woman begins stroking off the man. The focus when the man feels that he is almost at the hike behind release, he pointers to the woman. The woman stops stroking off him, and presses the head of his penis for between 10 to 20 seconds. She then let's go and sits tight for an extra 30 seconds former preceding masturbation. This method finishes various times before release allows to happen.

The Stop & Go or Start & Stop technique is similar to the press system with omission that the woman does not press the penis. When the man feels surer about conceding release, the couple can begin to have sexual intercourse, stopping and starting as wanted.

These techniques may sound fundamental, yet they do need a huge amount of practice.

Note: This is a method to overcome from premature ejaculation, yet a better way to obtain even Better Sex.

June 17, 2013 - 3:49am
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Anon - It's clear that this is a problem for you, but it's up to your boyfriend to decide whether or not he views this as a problem and needs help, and whether he feels comfortable asking his father such a personal question.

He may have an underlying medical condition that is causing his premature ejaculation or he may feel so pressured to perform that it ends up affecting his performance.

You may find the following link from the Mayo Clinic helpful, and may want to share it with him: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/premature-ejaculation/DS00578

As the article notes, premature ejaculation is a common sexual complaint - as many as one out of three men may be affected by this problem at some time. Knowing that he's not alone, and that resources are as close as his doctor, may help him in moving forward.
Good luck!

September 27, 2010 - 6:27pm
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