Control premature ejaculation
Premature ejaculation can be controlled with the use of some techniques and exercises, but in some cases it may even be necessary to use medication or perform psychotherapy. Thus, it is best to always consult a urologist to identify the possible cause of premature ejaculation and start the most appropriate treatment.
Tips for controlling ejaculation
In this technique man learns to recognize the sensations that arise before ejaculation and to control them. The great advantage of this technique is that it can be made by man himself.
For this, one should stimulate the penis, through masturbation or sexual intercourse, and, when one feels that it will ejaculate, one should stop and put pressure on the head of the penis.
For this, you must place your thumb on the bottom of the head of the penis, over the brake, and with your index finger and middle press over the penis, enclosing the urethra. The pressure should be maintained for 3 to 4 seconds and should be slightly uncomfortable, but without causing pain. This technique should be repeated no more than 5 times in a row.
Another compression option is to tighten at the base of the penis. For this, can be used a ring, which will tighten the base of the penis and can be used during intercourse in a very practical and comfortable way.
Use of topical anesthetics
Some ointments or sprays that contain an anesthetic substance, such as lidocaine or benzocaine, can be used to decrease the sensitivity of the penis and increase the duration of the sex act without ejaculation. This type of products should be indicated by the doctor and need to be applied about 10 to 15 minutes before the relationship.
In addition to these products, there are also condoms that contain the anesthetic inside and that can also be used.
Although anesthetics have an excellent effect to delay ejaculation, they can also have some side effects, and the most common is that man refers to decreased pleasure due to decreased sensitivity.
This is a fairly simple technique, but one that may not have worked with all men, as it consists of masturbation 1 to 2 hours before sexual intercourse, which decreases sensitivity to orgasm.
In addition, if the man does not use a condom, because he already has a long-term relationship, the urologist can advise its use, since it usually decreases the sensitivity of the penis, allowing to control orgasm.