PE occurs when a man ejaculates too soon during sexual intercourse. It can occur before or immediately after penetration. PE is a common sexual complaint among men. 1 out of 3 men say they experience this problem at some time. Look at the four ways you can overcome this problem;
- Go again
One of the best intervention for PE is to stop when you are about to come. Ej@cul@tion is caused by anxiety and erotic stimulation. When he is set to climax quickly, there is no anxiety. His enjoyment of s3x quickly increases as he gains control. A second intercourse usually ends with a slower climax.
- Stimulate the whole body
It’s not only the women that needs a body rub to stimulate sexual moment, a man with PE could need it too. He learns to experience pleasure in his whole body instead of just the penile pleasure. Rubbing the body can help spread the sensations and decentralizes his obsession and anxiety about his performance, thereby helping him focus more on the pleasure.
- Sex therapy
This therapy can be helpful unless if PE is caused by severe childhood upbringings, trauma, or marital distress. Standard treatment uses guided steps of progressive sexual stimulation to stop well before he feels the certainty of reaching the highpoint. If his partner is cooperative, a good result is surefire. Men should avoid delaying before they address issues of PE because waiting too long before treatment complicates their relationship and compromises their partner’s willingness to join in treatment.
Medical intervention can help in certain situations. Urologists may recommend a low dose anti-depressant of the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) type, which has the useful side effect of slowing down orgasm. There are also topical anesthetics in the form of sprays and cream that numb the sensation of the penile skin without diminishing feeling in his partner’s body.