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What is the best exercise for premature ejaculation?


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Kegel movements, which strengthen the muscles in the pelvic floor, are the best way to stop ejaculating too soon. These muscles are very important for controlling ejaculation. Here's how to do your Kegels:

Figure out the muscles: To find your pelvic floor muscles, stop urinating in the middle of a flow. These are the muscles you'll work out.
Tend the muscles: Squeeze these muscles and hold for three to five seconds. Then let go for three to five seconds. It's important to make sure you're only squeezing the muscles in your pelvic floor and not your legs, belly, or thighs.
Say it again: Do this exercise three times a day, ten to fifteen times each time.
Keep things the same. Over time, making your pelvic floor muscles stronger can help you control your ejaculation better, which can delay it. Using breathing and awareness methods during intercourse can also help you feel more in control. If you keep ejaculating before you should, you might want to talk to a doctor or nurse for more advice and possible treatment choices.

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Kegel routines can help if you ejaculate too soon. Kegels can help you control your ejaculation better and delay climax by strengthening the muscles on the floor of your pelvis. Pull the muscles that help you hold your urine in tight, hold for a few seconds, and then let go. Make sure to do this several times every day. Regular practice can help you control your ejaculation and get better at being sexual over time.