Premature ejaculation therapy can be completed by yourself or with a partner. To completely overcome your premature ejaculation problem, it’s best to at some point, practice the therapy with a partner. That way, you won’t become over-stimulated during sexual activity, which can lead to premature ejaculation.
- Learn how to do Kegel exercises. If you’re unfamiliar with your pubococcygeal muscles, or pelvic floor muscles, try stopping the flow when you urinate. The muscles you use to stop the flow are your pelvic floor muscles. Strengthening these muscles is the first step in your premature ejaculation therapy. Tighten these muscles for about ten seconds. Then, release. Repeat as often as you can to strengthen the muscles.
- Use a stopwatch when you masturbate. This will teach you to only ejaculate after your partner has climaxed. Put fifteen minutes on the clock and start masturbating. Before time is up, you will need to stop every time you feel that you are about to ejaculate. This might involve a lot of stopping and starting at first, but the more you practice this premature ejaculation therapy, the easier it will be to last the whole fifteen minutes.
- Squeeze below the penis head. This is the area where your urethra is located. Squeezing it will move blood flow temporarily out of the penis and suppress premature ejaculation. This premature ejaculation therapy can be used while masturbating or during sexual activity with a partner. You can even teach your partner how to do it for you.
- Press your penis into your partner. This type of stimulation is a type of premature ejaculation therapy that you need to practice with a partner. Put your penis inside the vaginal canal, but do not thrust. Instead, press firmly and limit movement. Stay within the first few inches of the vagina for more effective premature ejaculation therapy.
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