If you want to understand how to control premature ejaculation, you have to start off with the facts first. After all, how can you cure a condition (common as it is) without understanding the factors behind it?
Fact #1 - Do I have premature ejaculation?
Start with the basics. Do you have premature ejaculation? It is quite common among men. However, I won't say that you have it if you are just complaining about not lasting an hour in bed. Truth is, premature ejaculation occurs when you ejaculate before you or you partner want you to.
I can understand the frustration and pain you go through when you fail to satisfy your women repeatedly. The good news is that in most cases there is no medical reason behind it. What's more, it is not something you have to tolerate forever. There are authentic ways in which you can tackle PE for good.
Fact #2 - Why do I have premature ejaculation?
Well, it is usually the result of two factors.
1. Genetic Programming - This is the result of years of genetic conditioning. Sex is primarily meant for reproduction and not for pleasure. After all, what did cave men care about satisfying their women? It is a genetic programming among men that make them fail to last longer. So take heart. It is not your fault. You are just the result of Mother Nature's efficient means of human reproduction!
2. Overly Responsive Nervous System: When men are younger, their nervous systems are more acutely attuned to sexual sensations. As a result, younger men suffer more from PE. Your condition should improve as you get older.
The great news is that with a responsive nervous system, you have less chances of getting an erectile dysfunction (another common sexual dysfunction) even when you age!
Fact #3 - Do I need to go to a doctor?
In all likelihood - no. Of course you can arrange for a visit just to make sure that there is nothing medically wrong with you. After all, you don't need to go on worrying if a simple antibiotic can clear up your problem!
Fact #4 - How can I satisfy my partner even with premature ejaculation?
The truth is that people vary in the time they take to come to an orgasm during sex. While some may take up to 20 minutes to reach a climax, others may need just 5 minutes! The trick is to understand YOUR partner and how to satisfy them according to what they need. Do they prefer foreplay? What about oral sex? These are great ways to give them a tantalizing climax before you even begin penetration!
About the author:
The author Lloyd Lester is the creator of "Ejaculation By Command", a complete, step-by-step blueprint to help men permanently end premature ejaculation and last longer in bed. Learn how you can develop superior sexual endurance and enjoy transformative sex by visiting: Ejaculation By Command.