How to treat pre-mature ejaculationFreyja
February 27, 2023
There are many different ways to treat premature ejaculation. Most causes of premature ejaculation can be treated with behaviour therapy or counselling. This can assist with emotional concerns, stress and performance anxiety.
What is behaviour therapy:
These methods teach you how to control your ejaculation, body and feeling and to delay your orgasm. This includes some of the following methods (but is not limited to):
- Squeeze therapy: this technique stimulates your penis close to the point of orgasm. You then gently squeeze the head of the penis for about 20-30 seconds so that you begin to lose the erection. You should repeat this a few times before you actually let yourself orgasm. Practice this continually, and it should enable you to gain more control and delay your orgasm.
- Start and Stop: your partner will stimulate your penis so that you are close to cumming. Then they stop stimulating it when you feel close. Then they will repeat this. It's essentially like edging. You should do this around 4-5 times before cumming.
- Distraction: you should focus your attention on things that you do not find sexual whilst you are being sexually stimulated.
If this doesn't work for you, you should also consider counseling. This can help with the psychological, and relationship issues that can surround premature ejaculation. In certain cases they may even suggest medication.
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