How to Delay Ejaculation
Sex and relationship psychotherapist Paula Hall outlines the cures for premature ejaculation.
What is premature ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation is the most common male sexual dysfunction. Research suggests it affects between 20-30% of men and can cause anxiety, depression and, of course, relationship problems.
It’s important to realise that every man comes quicker than he wants to occasionally, and some women can have unrealistic expectations of how long a man should last. There are, in fact, very few blokes who can piston away for more than a handful of minutes without some adjustment to their stimulation.
You’re unlikely to set longevity records if you’re feeling particularly fired up, or if it’s been a while since you last had sex. But it’s only classified as a ‘dysfunction’ if you feel you never have any control and you always come after just a few minutes’ stimulation.
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