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Training to Delay Premature Ejaculation

1. Stop-start technique – Seman’s manoeuvre

A simple training procedure is to stimulate your penis (either yourself or by your partner) but stop stimulation before you reach the point of inevitability (i.e the point beyond which you can’t control ejaculation). Then rest for 30 to 60 seconds and then start stimulating your penis again stopping short of point of inevitability. You should repeat this cycle of stimulation- rest- further stimulation five or six times before allowing yourself to ejaculate every time you masturbate on your own or have sex with a partner. There are three stages - dry hand, wet hand and vaginal intercourse penetration.



2. Squeeze technique – Masters and Johnson technique

When you are sexually excited and having an erect penis, squeeze the tip of the penis where the skin joins with the tip of the penis (frenulum). Use thumb to squeeze the frenulum against your index finger. The squeeze has to firm but not too painful and should last for only 10-15 seconds. For this technique to work, you should be able to feel the approaching of the point of inevitability. When you are about to reach the point of inevitability, you or your partner can squeeze and then start again.

Note: the above techniques are simple to read but may not be easy to practice and don’t try once or twice and claim that it is not working. For the first few times, you may do it exactly as what is said and that is fine. It is an exercise that has to be learnt from repeated practice and your own mistakes.



3. Masturbation

Masturbation can be a good exercise to focus on how your body feels and what your mind does. Also, there is no pressure of a partner. You can learn the above techniques (start-stop and squeeze) by masturbating yourself instead of sexual intercourse. This is an excellent opportunity to learn, make errors and practice your mind before you have sexual intercourse with another person. If your partner is co-operative, then it is even better to involve your partner (if applicable) in this exercise.


Many men have moral and health concerns about masturbation. Click hereto know more about these. There are some specific ways to masturbate by which you can learn about your sexual responses in a better way, feel more satisfying and positive and making masturbation a whole-body experience. Masturbation should not be a rushed one and just focused on the penis and ejaculating.


Sensitiveness
Most men if asked what part of your penis is more sensitive will reply, " I don't know", "all of it", or " I've never really thought of that". Men are not taught how to masturbate, thus there are many ways for a man to masturbate. Some men avoid sensitive area, or only touch these parts during masturbation when they want to orgasm. So when they enter their partner this maybe the only time that the penis is in a tight, moist environment and the man experiences a " too sensitive" feeling and ejaculates quickly. This leads the man onto believing that he has no control over rapid ejaculation.

Foreskins
Some men masturbate by keeping their foreskin over the head of their penis. Thus when the penis is entering a partner a man experiences a "too sensitive" feeling leading to quick ejaculation. Some men may have a tight foreskin or in the past have torn their foreskin or frenulum (where the foreskin is attached to the underside of the head of the penis) causing them to either be more sensitive or causing anxiety at the thought of being hurt again.

4. Communication

If you have a partner, one thing you need to start practicing is to communicate about your concerns and problems to the partner and involve them in finding a solution.


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