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Premature ejaculation is the most common male sexual dysfunction.
And while there is no universal definition, ejaculation is usually considered to be premature if it occurs within 3 minutes of intercourse. There are, in fact, very few blokes who can piston away for more than a handful of minutes without some adjustment to their stimulation.
As we mentioned, premature ejaculation is common among men and while it can be frustrating, it shouldn't be something to worry about. That will only make things worse.
It's also worth understanding some of the reasons why you might be firing out of the gate a little too soon. Once you know some of these causes, you may be able to counteract them:. Sexual inexperience: Everyone has to start somewhere. And yes, practice really does make perfect.
Issues with body image: A lack of confidence can lead to a lack of control. There are three different types of treatment on the market currently. Alternatively, you can get local anaesthetic creams and gels.
Some brands are now developing condoms with benzocaine gel in the, deed to delay orgasm. If your problem is severe, your GP can prescribe a drug which slows down your ejaculatory response. All of these treatments have been proven to work, to a lesser or greater degree, but all have their drawbacks.
Psychosexual therapy is time consuming and it can be difficult to find a sex therapist in your area. Local anaesthetics reduce sensitivity and that of your partner rather than build tolerance to higher arousal. Plus, all drugs have side effects. If you feel the situation isn't getting any better, go and speak to a doctor, who may recommend you to a counsellor or a therapist specialising in sexual relationships.
If they feel it's necessary, they may prescribe you a course of tablets or creams.
If you find the wolf knocking furiously at the door, there are a few things you can try to calm him down. The 'pinching' will reduce your erection and therefore your orgasm. This article originally appeared on Men's Health UK. Subscribe Now. Get more from Men's Health.
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