One of the most common sexual complaints among women is when a man ejaculates too early during sex. On average, it takes men about 3-5 minutes before they’re ready to ejaculate. However, for women it takes about 7 minutes on average to achieve an orgasm. If you’re ejaculating too early, it can often leave women frustrated and unsatisfied.
It’s important to mention that premature ejaculation does happen to everyone at some point. However, some men aren’t able to control their ejaculations and it begins to have a negative impact in their sex lifes and relationships.
By ejaculationg too early, it can leave women frustrated to the point where they might look elsewhere for sex if it’s a recurring problem. If you’re one of these men that have trouble controlling ejaculations, then you should seriously consider fixing this problem before your partner finds someone else that can fully satisfy her.
The truth of the matter is that many men, no matter what their situation is, no matter how old they are or what sort of health they are in, will experience premature ejaculation in their life, and the causes and solutions might be more obvious than you think.
What Causes Premature Ejaculation?
No matter what your cause is of premature ejaculation, there are certain solutions that can fix this problem right away. One way that you can deal with this problem is by masturbating an hour or so before you have sexual intercourse. This will decrease your sexual sensitivity during intercourse and give you a better control over your orgasms so you can last longer in the bedroom.
Another option for treating premature ejaculations is to just stop moving when you feel like you’re getting ready to ejaculate.
Another method for dealing with premature ejaculation is to simply stop moving when it feels that ejaculation is imminent. Then you or your partner can firmly grasp the penis right behind the head and squeeze. This might lead to a lessening of the rigidity of the penis, but it does stop ejaculation and this can allow for sexual intercourse and foreplay to continue. This is definitely something that you will want to speak with your partner about, and you will find that this can even add a great deal of stimulation to your sexual play.
There are two different options we recommend for preventing premature ejaculations: