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Can You Cure Premature Ejaculation?

What Is Premature Ejaculation?

Premature Ejaculation or not being able to 'last longer' is a very frustrating and demoralising condition. Men with this problem release semen before penetrating the vagina or immediately afterward. Ejaculating too soon is embarrassing and unsatisfying for both partners. If the problem occurs often, resentment and frustration build. There are many causes of premature ejaculation both psychological, biological and environmental.

Generally, depending on the cause of premature ejaculation, as time goes by without treatment, the problem becomes harder and harder to solve.
In any case, it is critical that you choose the most suitable program, because an unsuitable programme will only generate more anxiety and stress.

Today, most sex therapists understand premature ejaculation as occurring when a lack of ejaculatory control interferes with sexual or emotional well-being in one or both partners. An estimated thirty percent of men suffer from premature ejaculation on a consistent basis. Occasional premature ejaculation may not be a cause for concern.

It is crucial to keep in mind that premature ejaculation is always treatable and even the most severe cases can be fixed. You can cure premature ejaculation. The most important thing is to keep your cool and address the problem immediately.

Premature Ejaculation Treatments

There are mainly 4 approaches to treating premature ejaculation.

  • medication
  • psychotherapy or behavioural therapy
  • sex therapy 
  • physical ie kegel exercises

In the past medication included alpha blockers and phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE5) inhibitors. Now with the new generation anti-depressants called SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors), it was noticed that it gave men more control over their ejaculation and a specific SSRI called dapoxetine has now been licensed for PE. It is essential to see a doctor before you start using these as there may be contraindications in their use for you.
Psychotherapy allows you to explore and address any underlying beliefs or traumas related to PE and behavioural therapy has been known to be very effective.
Sex therapy includes varying sexual positions, start and stop technique  and the squeeze technique.
And kegel exercises are exercises specifically aimed at the pelvic muscles that allow increased control and stop early ejaculation.

A combination of these approaches is probably the most effective, remembering of course that different men have different causes of PE and so the treatment choices should reflect this.

Some of the causes of PE include:

  • fear of being caught masturbating, which makes you try reach orgasm as quickly as possible - this can become a habit and have subsequent effect on your love life in the form of premature ejaculation.
  • inability to handle prolonged stimulation or oversensitivity.
  • poor control of sexual arousal.
  • the instinct to impregnate as many women as possible as fast as possible in order to ensure the survival of the species can send messages to our body ejaculate quickly even though reproduction is no longer the main object of sex any more. 
  • anxiety or performance anxiety.
  • poor level of confidence
  • genetic hormonal imbalance.
  • periods of long abstinence.
  • inexperience in sex and attempts to control ejaculation.

Premature Ejaculation Tips

There are some easy premature ejaculation tips you can try including changing positions, desensitising creams, hypnosis, kegel exercises for men and even special condoms - you will find the links in the menu.

Look After Your Partner

There is a tendency to get self absorbed about premature ejaculation and think that is the only thing that matters in a relationship so make sure you focus on your partner too and show them you love them in other ways. Premature ejaculation can be very frustrating and unsatisfying for them too, but reassure them that you recognise that you have a problem and are doing something about it. Almost all of them will be understanding and supportive if you do so and don't get so wrapped up in your own problem that you ignore their needs!

Here are two effective alternatives to help cure premature ejaculation...

Online help and direct consultation with a doctor or sex therapist.
If you do not want to see someone face to face, start off with an online solution. You always have the option of seeing a professional if that doesn't work. Here is a comparison of the most popular premature ejaculation cure guides.

 

 Did you know that...

Breathing can affect premature ejaculation? Better control over your breathing and paying close attention to it will give you a better sense of control over your entire body and arousal level. Shallow fast breathing fast gets your heart makes you overexcited and aroused too quickly and results in early ejaculation. Breathing correctly directly affects when you ejaculate as it increases serotonin by feelings of wellbeing and improve your energy levels...

I recommend...

Matt Gorden's Ejaculation Trainer program, which has a 3 step process to help you fix premature ejaculation.
- Psychological (control over mental triggers)
- Hormone regulation (how to regulate dopamine and serotonin) and
- Physical control (train the muscles involved in premature ejaculation). 

 

 

At a glance...

...the top 5 methods for treating premature ejaculation are using medication such as SSRIs, psychotherapy, behavioural therapy, kegel exercises and topical anaesthetic creams...



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Matt Gorden's Ejaculation Trainer program

Presents a 3 step process to help you fix premature ejaculation.
1) Psychological support - control over mental triggers
2) Hormone regulation - how to regulate dopamine and serotonin
3) Physical control - training the muscles involved in premature ejaculation). 


Priligy or Dapoxetine is an SSRI  (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor) and is the most widely prescribed medication in the treatment of Premature Ejaculation. It effectively increases the amount of  serotonin in the brain and works by altering levels of a chemical in the brain called serotonin, giving the man more control...