Every Man faces this, few accept and fewer talk about it
What we are talking here about: sex and ejaculation. It is true that almost all men face premature ejaculation at-least once in their lifetime — a common sexual health problem. What is a big fuss about it? Not as simple as it seems, premature ejaculation is easier to treat but has complex affects on personality of a man. About 1 in 5 men suffers from premature ejaculation at some point or other. This is quite common among men less than 30 years, especially among those having sex for the first time.
Unable to talk about it many fall for counterfeit drugs. Remember the popup which disturbs you with a weird animation of elongating penis while you are spending time on the incognito tabs. These pills, herbs and magic creams are flooded in the market which are nothing but a pill of Viagra or some medicines that pumps blood in your penile veins. Some these counterfeit drugs can lead to other health problems, worsen your condition and lead to allergic reactions.
How long should sex ideally last?
There is no ideal duration for sex. On an average starting from foreplay to orgasm, the average duration of sex is 2–7 minutes. Some men often boast that they have sex for more than 20 minutes, which is practically not possible.
What is the treatment?
There is a wide range of “home-made” remedies for premature ejaculation like frequent sex, masturbating a couple of hours before sex, or having sex with the woman on top.
Some other techniques can help you in delaying ejaculation:
- Use thick condoms: Thick condoms can help in decreasing sensitivity of the penis.
- Take deep breaths before ejaculation: This can slow down ejaculation and stimulation
- Think about something that is very boring, distracting or annoying
- Psychological exercises
- Yoga and meditation
- Therapy and counselling
- Sex therapy
- Medicines (if needed)
Leaving PE untreated can have psychological effects on you and your partner as well. Sometimes, this leads to your relationship problems. It is often because of their wives/partner that men with PE go to see their doctor. Talking to your partner about PE and sharing your feelings with them is the first step towards dealing with the condition as a couple.
You need to visit doctor along with your wife/partner for more fruitful treatment (you can visit www.cupidcare.in to consult with the doctors)