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How do you stop premature ejaculation


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Premature ejaculation (PE) can be a distressing condition for men and their partners, but there are several strategies and treatments available to help manage and even overcome it. Below are some approaches that may be helpful:

Behavioral Techniques:

Masturbating 1 to 2 hours before sex, using a thick condom to decrease sensation, and taking deep breaths to briefly shut down the ejaculatory reflex can help. The pause-squeeze technique involves squeezing the penis to delay ejaculation. The stop-start technique, also known as "edging," can help delay climax by drawing out pleasure.

Pelvic Floor Exercises:

Strengthening pelvic floor muscles through exercises like Kegel exercises can help delay ejaculation.


Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) like dapoxetine can be used to treat premature ejaculation by delaying ejaculation.

Home Remedies:

Techniques like the start-stop method and the squeeze method can increase the time until ejaculation.
Other home remedies include pelvic floor exercises, masturbation, and avoiding intercourse for a period of time.

It's essential to consult a healthcare provider for a proper diagnosis and personalized treatment plan if premature ejaculation persists and significantly impacts your life.

How do you naturally stop premature ejaculating?

Anxiety, performance anxiety (fear of failing), relationship problems, unhappiness, and other problems can all lead to premature ejaculation.

Finding out why you're ejaculating too early should be your first step. This will help you figure out what's wrong and how to change your life so it doesn't happen again. To relax before having sex with someone else, you might need to change what you eat or drink more water. You might also need to lower your stress level.

Premature ejaculation can also be avoided in a number of other ways, such as:

When you learn to relax before sex, your body won't be tense.

You are learning how to keep your cool during sex so that you don't lose it when you think you're about to come too soon.

When you use water-based lubricants instead of oils or lotions, you can put off your orgasm until later in the session, when you're feeling more relaxed.

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Some techniques, like the start-stop method and the squeeze technique, can help delay ejaculation so that it doesn't happen too soon. Behavior changes, like finding ways to busy yourself or thinking of things that aren't sexual, can also help. A healthcare provider may also suggest therapy or medicines such as SSRIs or external anesthetics as part of treatment.