How To Prolong Erection
Men seeking information on how to prolong erection can learn how to perform pelvic floor muscle exercises, otherwise known as Kegel exercises. Squeezing the pelvic muscles can keep you from ejaculating during an orgasm, allowing you to recover quicker and maintain an erection longer. Another benefit of this erection exercise in men is to improve bladder control.
To prolong an erection, you will need:
- Ability to locate your pubococcygeus muscle
- The first step in prolonging an erection is to locate the muscles involved in Kegel exercises, particularly the pubococcygeus (PC) muscle. To locate, try to stop the flow of urine mid-stream briefly. In order to do this you will contract the muscles near your anus, as if you were trying to hold in flatulence. Once you stop the stream, you know you have located the right muscle to exercise. Do not do this multiple times, as you can cause urine to back up and cause an infection.
- Next, the muscles must be developed. Pelvic floor exercises can be done standing, lying or sitting down—pretty much anywhere and at any time. Slowly contract the PC and hold for a ten count. Release the tension in the muscles slowly, and relax for another ten count. Repeat this up to ten times for several sets per day. Before performing Kegel exercises, try to urinate. After about four weeks of this, you should have pretty decent control of the PC.
- When you are having sex, at the crucial moment, squeeze the PC muscle and allow the wave of orgasm to pass through without unloading your seed. This takes some practice, but it might allow you to go for round two immediately. Even if you need to rest briefly after your orgasm, your erection should come back rather quickly. Your woman will not know what hit her, if she is used to you collapsing and falling asleep after sex!