Many men wish they could last a bit longer in bed with their wife or girlfriend.
It’s very bad when you can’t last longer for your wife or girlfriend while in bed. If you find yourself unable to control the timing of your ejaculation, and cannot delay it a few moments even if you want to and try, then you may meet the criteria of what we consider “premature ejaculation.”
Well bruh, you’re not just alone in this matter ok. Many men wish they could delay their ejaculation – and for good reason! (1) Sex feels good, so why not help it last longer? and (2) Many women take longer to orgasm than men do. For men with female partners, lasting long enough to stimulate her to the point of pleasure or orgasm can help make the time spent with their partner very great.
We at Doronize.com have gotten some tips on how your can actually outsmart your premature ejaculation issue.
1. Wear a latex condom
But, if you’re trying to get her pregnant, you may want to only use this strategy when your wife or girlfriend isn’t ovulating and then during her fertile days, go condom-less and trade a few extra minutes in bed for the possibility of a baby.
2. Use a desensitizing condom
Consider a performance-enhancing condom that contains a numbing agent, such as lidocaine or benzocaine, inside the condom. If you’re also prone to erectile problems, or if you have very sensitive skin, these condoms may not be the best choice for you.
However, please avoid slathering lidocaine or benzocaine on your naked penis and then having sex without a condom – this could numb your partner‘s vagina and feel uncomfortable for her. Also, don’t expect mouth job from her afterwards as she probably doesn’t want her mouth to go numb.
3. Try the squeeze technique (Stop-Start Technique)
This involve stimulating the penis during masturbation until just before the point of no return (when a man will ejaculate no matter what) then either stopping all stimulation (for stop-start) or gently squeezing the glans (head) of the penis (for the squeeze technique), wait for arousal to decrease slightly then start again. Repeat one more time and on the third time, give yourself a break and let yourself ejaculate.
This awareness will eventually give you the chance to last longer by reminding you to hold still, pull out from your partner and gently squeeze the head of the penis, or pull out and briefly switch to a less sensational position for a few moments.
4. Consider SSRI antidepressants
Somehow, men who take SSRI antidepressants sometimes experience difficulty with ejaculating. Other times, men who have problems with PE find that SSRIs help them to delay ejaculation by several minutes. This has led researchers to study certain doses of certain types of SSRIs for the treatment of PE.
If this possibility interests you, please speak with a health-care provider who is experienced in treating male ejaculatory issues and see if it’s the right strategy for you.
5. Try out new adventures in bed for more experiences
If your girlfriend or wife assures you that whatever you’re bringing to the table – or the bed, as the case may be – is all right by her, then please believe her! It’s frustrating to not be believed. Just make sure to make the entire sexual experience pleasurable for her.