Premature ejaculation is a common sexual complaint that affects on out of three men at some time in their lives. However, in order to provide maximum pleasure to his partner and himself, a man needs to be able to last longer than a few minutes. If you need to achieve more ejaculatory control in the bedroom, you should know that this is quite possible with a little practice. Here is how to get started with your training.
Ejaculatory Control Solo Training
1) PC muscle exercises
One thing that you can practice to develop more ejaculatory control is PC muscle exercises, also known as Kegels.. The PC muscles are located just behind the scrotum on a man, and you can feel them when you stop urinating mid flow. All you have to do is to gently contract these muscles just at that point where you feel you are about to climax. This action can stop the ejaculatory response, giving you more ejaculatory control. My post Exercise for Harder Erections outlines a complete PC muscle exercise program.
2) Edging exercise
Edging is masturbating without ejaculating. To train to last longer, stop just before ejaculating and wait for the urge to subside. By doing this, you will be training your body to gain complete control over your ejaculatory response. This allows you to last longer, and helps to develop ejaculatory control The more you practise this exercise, the more ejaculatory control you will achieve.
Ejaculatory Control Partner Training
When you have made some progress training by yourself, it's time to take your training to the next level and practice with your partner. This will be more difficult than training by yourself as you will find yourself more aroused when you are in bed with your partner. What you can practice with your partner is edgingi: coming to that point of ejaculation and then backing off until the urge subsides. Practicing edging by yourself should give you a pretty good idea of when you need to pull out and cool off. Once you have control of yourself, return to intercourse, Keep repeating the procedure until your partner is satisfied.
You don't necessarily have to become a master of solo training before going on to practicing with your partner. However, edging with a partner is definitely harder than practicing edging by yourself. Continue your solo training even after you start partner practice until your ejaculatory control is as good as you and your partner want it to be.
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