How to Overcome Delayed Ejaculation
Are delayed ejaculation problems and problem of mind over matter? Well, if a man and his partner don't mind how long it takes him to ejaculate, then it really doesn't matter. For instance, Ian Kerner, PhD, a sex analyst and author of She Comes First, advises men to bring their partners to the brink of orgasm before having intercourse. Then, if he's prone to premature ejaculation, it does not matter because both of them come away pleased.
On the other hand, some men do mind how long it takes them to ejaculate. They mind a lot and so do their partners. But at the same time as the mind often plays a big role in creating ejaculation problems, it's also key in overcoming them. Here are some tips on what to do.
Delayed ejaculation is not easy to treat: just 58 per cent of cases I have seen were extensively enhanced by Delayed Ejaculation Treatment. All of the successful couples were well-motivated and willing to persevere with long-term therapy.
Because this problem is not as common as the other two main male sexual problems, there is remarkably little medical literature on the subject. Exceptions are the original works of Masters and Johnson, and of Helen Kaplan and her associates in the USA.
Treatment options for delayed ejaculation include medications used to treat depression, such as Paxil, Zoloft, and Prozac, notes Kramer. Another option is to use numbing creams such as lidocaine or Emla directly on the genitals to help control delayed ejaculation.
These treatments may be used together in different combinations to treat delayed ejaculation, and in turn improve your self-esteem and sex life.