Sexual concerns, including premature ejaculation (PE), are relatively common. Premature ejaculation happens when a man climaxes before he or his partner would have wanted during sex. Men dealing with premature ejaculation tend to orgasm within one minute of being stimulated sexually and are usually unable to delay ejaculation.
There are a wide range of “home-made” remedies for premature ejaculation like frequent sex, masturbating a couple of hours before sex, or having sex with the woman on top.
Thicker condoms: a thicker wall can decrease the sensitivity of the penis.
Behavioural strategies:“start-stop” and “squeeze techniques” often prove effective, but do not provide a long-term solution. start-stop” and “squeeze techniques” often prove effective, but do not provide a long-term solution.
Common treatment options for premature ejaculation include behavioral techniques, topical anesthetics, medications and counseling. Keep in mind that it might take time to find the treatment or combination of treatments that will work for you. Behavioral treatment plus drug therapy might be the most effective course.
Therapy is a way to address the negative feelings and emotions that lead to problems with sexual relationships. Psychological therapy can be used as the only treatment, or it may be used along with medical or behavioral therapy. The goal of therapy is to learn the source of problems and find solutions that may end PE. It can also help couples learn to grow closer. Psychological therapy can help you become less nervous about sexual performance. It can also give you greater sexual confidence and understanding to improve your partner’s satisfaction.
Behavioral therapy uses exercises to help build tolerance to delay ejaculation. The goal is to help you train your body away from Premature ejaculation. Examples include the squeeze method and the stop-start method. Exercises work well, but they may not be a lasting answer. They depend upon your partner’s help, which is not always possible.