Few things can cause issues in a sexual encounter faster than premature ejaculation. Even though this is a common issue for many men, someone who experiences premature ejaculation may feel highly embarrassed. While it's ideal if both partners can understand that this issue can occur from time to time and doesn't need to be a big deal, you should be open to some strategies that you can use to reduce the chances of this problem. In advance of your next sexual encounter, here are some things that you might wish to think about.
Pleasure Yourself Beforehand
It can be easier to ejaculate prematurely during a sexual encounter if you haven't ejaculated in a fair amount of time. While you might be holding off masturbating in advance of a planned sexual encounter to increase the excitement and stimulation of the sex, this behavior could actually work against you. In many cases, the sex will be so stimulating that you'll ejaculate before you wish to. You can often delay ejaculation by masturbating in advance of the sexual encounter. Practice this technique, including trying to masturbate at different times before you have sex, to find out what works for you.
Change Your Condom
If you're practicing safe sex with a condom, the brand and style that you choose can actually help you to avoid ejaculating prematurely. Many condom manufacturers offer products that are extremely thin so that the sensation of the sexual encounter isn't dulled. Many people reach for these condoms, but this can be a poor choice if you're someone who is concerned about premature ejaculation. A condom style that is slightly thicker will reduce the sensation that you experience, potentially helping you to last longer.
Switch Things Up
Once intercourse begins, it doesn't need to continue non-stop until you ejaculate. If you're someone who is cognizant that he may ejaculate prematurely, it can be effective to take short breaks from intercourse throughout the lovemaking session. For example, you might wish to stop after a few minutes and perform oral sex on your partner. Your partner will appreciate the attention, and you'll have a short interval in which you're not getting stimulated in a way that may increase your likelihood of ejaculating. A rhythm of intercourse and short breaks can often delay your ejaculation until you don't feel that you're doing so prematurely.
If premature ejaculation continues to be an issue, speak to a physician.Share
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