Premature ejaculation is a problem maker frustration experienced by many men at some time in their lives. Fortunately, this is one of the easiest sexual problems solved. Furthermore, there is the opposite problem with that, tough ejaculation, experienced by about 15 in 100 people. “At first, the woman may praise durability tremendous partner, but later he became curious about the ability to satisfy a man,” said Joseph Waxberg, MD, a psychiatrist and director of the Center of Human Sexuality Stamford in Stamford, Connecticut. If you are experiencing this problem, namely inhibition of ejaculation (inhibited ejaculation), tell your doctor, as diseases such as diabetes, prostate, and vascular disorders may be the cause.
Similarly, suppose you have a painful ejaculation, consult a doctor. Ejaculation should not cause pain and the pain can be a sign of a hernia or infection of the prostate. Dr. Klein suggested stop-start technique. Start by using a hand whisk dry penis. If you feel ejaculation is almost up, stop for a few seconds, until your arousal decreases slightly. Consider using drug therapy. Medications commonly cause side effects such as delayed orgasm.
Prescription drugs such as kiproheptadin (Periactin), a type of antihistamine can accelerate ejaculation in some men. Involve your partner. When ejaculation feels imminent, insert your penis into the vagina.