If you’re a man who’s ever experienced early ejaculation when you weren’t ready for it, you’ll know how upsetting this feels. Perhaps you’ve been ashamed or embarrassed that you couldn’t ‘go the extra mile’.
This technique can help make things a little less sensitive – Try the squeeze technique to interrupt the ejaculatory reflex. You can do this solo or with your partner.
Here’s how it works:
Either by yourself or with help from a partner, get your penis fully erect.
Once fully erect, place your thumb or your partner’s thumb on the frenulum (piece of skin that attaches the head or glans penis to the foreskin). Then place your index finger above the coronal ridge (bottom edge of the glans penis) and the middle finger just below it. You want your fingers close together but sandwiching the coronal ridge on either side, top and bottom.
Squeeze the penis firmly with both fingers and thumb for 3 to 4 seconds and release.
Wait 15 to 30 seconds then stimulate the penis again. (It’s common to lose some of your erection during this activity).
Practice this several times.
When you feel ready, you can try this technique with sexual activity (masturbation, oral, penetration, you catch my drift). You’ll use what you learned from the above steps in the same way.
Timing is everything and getting a feel for this technique will take some practice so don’t let yourself get discouraged.
Read my article on premature ejaculation for more tips: drsusieg.com/blog/come-too-soon-premature-ejaculation-part-2