How To Prolong Sexual Intercourse

One of the greatest blows to a man’s ego is premature ejaculation. Occasionally ejaculating before either you or your partner is ready should be of no great concern.

It should only be viewed as a problem if it happens on a regular basis. It is believed that as many as one in three men will suffer from this condition at some point in their life.

The cause may be physical or mental, but in most cases, it is easily treated. If you are worried about your sexual escapades not lasting long enough, try these tips for prolonging intercourse.

  • Stop/start method. This method involves masturbating to the cusp of orgasm then stopping. Once the urge to ejaculate has passed, masturbating resumes until the urge strikes again. Keep up this pattern for as along as possible. The ultimate goal of this method is to slowly increase the level of stimulation needed for orgasm, thus ensuring a longer encounter. This method can also be practiced during intercourse, but may prove frustrating for the woman as intercourse stops and starts repeatedly.
  • The squeeze technique. Begin sexual activity as normal and when you are near orgasm, have your partner gently squeeze the penis where the head and shaft meet for several seconds, until the urge to ejaculate disappears. After about 30 seconds, resume activity. Repeat the process as necessary until you are ready to orgasm. Again, the goal for this method for prolonging intercourse is to raise the level of stimulation to reach climax.
  • Apply a delay gel. Gels made to prolong intercourse contain benzocaine, a numbing agent, which lowers the sensation felt during sexual intercourse.
  • Restrict blood flow. Once erect, place a cockring around the base of the penis to restrict blood flow. This works in a fashion similar to the squeeze technique.
  • Wear a condom. Sometimes, the simple act of putting on a condom is enough to prolong intercourse. The thin barrier can diminish the amount of sensation felt slightly and allow for a longer encounter.
  • Masturbate to ejaculation before having intercourse. For some men, two sexual encounters is all that is needed to prolong sex. Masturbating before intercourse removes some of extra sensitivity, excitement and tension that comes from having sex and often leads to premature ejaculation. This is an especially good idea if it will be your first act of intercourse with a new partner.

In some cases, these techniques will not help control premature ejaculation. If that is the case, you should seek out the help of your physician. Therapy or prescriptions may be the answer.

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