Quit Waiting! Stop Your Premature Ejaculation Problems Today!

There are several ways to stop your premature ejaculation. Here are just a few. We live in a day and age when everyone knows everything about each other. Well, maybe not everything. I’ll bet if you have premature ejaculation problems, that isn’t something you’d post on Facebook for the world to see. Who would want to know about that anyway?

There are several proven methods to beating premature ejaculation. Let’s just start with these for now.

Stop Your Premature EjaculationPremature ejaculation happens to every man, at least once. If that’s all it’s happened to you: consider yourself very lucky! This is a common problem for most men and can cause unnecessary embarrassment for both you and your sexual partner. So before you throw in the towel on your sex life, try these methods to improve your ejaculation time.


Believe it or not, masturbation is one of the best ways to prevent or help premature ejaculation. This is one of the best methods to teach your body to be able to stop the orgasm because you can practice by yourself (and have fun doing it) instead of facing the embarrassment that may result from encountering a similar situation with a sexual partner.

Squeeze the Tip!

If you have never tried this method, it’s time for you to give it a go! Whenever you feel yourself close to ejaculation and you want to prolong the experience, simply try squeezing the tip of your penis for several seconds. This will decrease the sexual tension and help to prolong the experience. This method works in much the same way as learning to control your urine stream. Since the same muscles that control urination are used during sexual intercourse, you can practice holding your ejaculate whenever you use the bathroom.

Make Your Partner Come First!

One of the best ways to forget about your premature ejaculation troubles is to simply concentrate more on pleasuring your partner than on your own worries. If you feel yourself about to come and your partner has yet to reach their own sexual peak, pull back from your own pleasure and refocus on your partner. Use your tongue, hands, fingers or any other part of your body (besides that pesky, selfish penis of yours) that can bring them to the height of sexual pleasure. Don’t be afraid to ward off your own orgasm in lieu of giving your partner theirs first. It won’t be such a big deal for you to come quickly after they have already been satisfied. In fact, it may boost your partner’s pleasure even more if you come quickly after making them happy first. They’ll take pleasure in knowing you take pleasure in pleasing them.

Be Gentle and Take Your Time!

One of the best ways to make sure that you WILL have a premature ejaculation is too go fast and hard immediately. Take your time, slow things down and enjoy the experience you and your partner are having. There is no need to rush pleasure. Try changing up sexual positions very frequently to keep things hot. The change in direction, tension and/or speed of the intercourse will keep your penis from thinking he’s got to come right now! Variety is the spice to life, especially in the bedroom, and switching it up often is a fun way to keep things fresh. Best of all, it’s a sure fire way to help you last longer!

Perhaps a Helping Hand? Or Pill?

If you have tried all these listed techniques and are still having trouble with premature ejaculation, perhaps you should seek the advice of a doctor. While there are many non-prescription drugs on the market that you can try out before sucking it up and heading to the doctor to discuss your intimacy issues, these may not always be marketed truthfully. At least if you are receiving counseling and a certified prescription, you know it should work for you, unless there is an underlying psychical affliction.

So, if you’re not living up to the man you want to be in the bedroom, there are several proven methods that may be able to help you in your attempts at having a longer ejaculation time. And if none of these methods work for you, perhaps the best thing you can do is talk to your doctor about it and undergo a physical examination to rule out any ailments.