And when you give guys some anonymity, they admit it. I had this same problem. Eventually, I figured out what worked, but figuring it out was a huge pain in the ass. Which brings us here.
What is premature ejaculation?
Is your penis a little quick on the trigger, so to speak? D, scientist at Liberos. At that point, it may be worth a trip to the doctor for a legitimate diagnosis. Prause assures that if you want to increase your latency to ejaculation, you will be able to do so with treatment. Psychological problems such as stress and depression can aggravate this condition, and are far more common than a specific physical condition, such as increased sensitivity, inflammation of the prostate or a spinal cord issue. To better understand your problem, your doctor will need to discuss your sexual history with you.
Step 1: Reduce Your Sexual Anxiety
Thanks to cheap sitcom jokes, the marathon power poundings of porn , and a host of other cultural and societal pressures, many men worry about not lasting long enough in bed. Lasting as long as Kanye West , they learn, is a perquisite for good sex and self-respect. Popping off too early is visceral proof they cannot please a partner or live up to the expectations of masculinity. Nobody wants no One Minute Man , after all. The consensus opinion among sex therapists seems to be that most heterosexual couples think seven-to minutes of pure penile-vaginal penetration is desirable, but that three to seven minutes is completely adequate. Meanwhile, studies of human sexual behavior have found that the average man can thrust for about five-and-a-half minutes before climax; few last over twelve minutes.
Just can't stop yourself from coming super-fast during sex? There you are in the throes of passion and suddenly it's all over before it even began. But before you write yourself off as a sexual failure, it's worth knowing that coming quickly is actually very common, and premature ejaculation affects most men at some point during their life. The good news is it's also easily fixed and most men can learn how to delay ejaculation. Sex and relationship expert Annabelle Knight , and psychosexual therapist Krystal Woodbridge offer their expert tips on learning to put the breaks on ejaculation and enjoy a healthy, satisfying and perfectly timed sex life:. Premature ejaculation is a very common issue in which sexual intercourse generally lasts less than two minutes before the man reaches orgasm. Coming too quickly is one of the most common sexual anxieties men suffer from, but fortunately there are a number of ways to learn how to last longer - and ensure your sexual partner is satisfied too.