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“I Had No Idea!” - 5 Surprising Facts About Premature Ejaculation

Surprising Fact #1
Numerous lovemaking positions can do wonders for a man's ability to prolong ejaculation. Preventing straining of your muscles by laying on your back and having your partner do the work can aid you to last longer. With less focus on the physical portion of love, a man can focus his mind on the mental ability to control ejaculation.
 
Surprising Fact #2
Having an understanding and supportive partner can also reduce performance anxiety and stop premature ejaculation. Women whose lovers suffer from PE should be patient and make sure their partners know their problem is understand and that they are confident that it can be overcome.
 
Surprising Fact #3
Men can mentally train themselves to control sensations that contribute to premature ejaculation. If you find yourself becoming highly aroused by your partner's breasts, simply look away from them. If a certain position causes you to feel overwhelmingly aroused, try another position or take Calm pills. Also, the act of pacing yourself in sexual activity through reduced speed and other forms of stimuli (i.e. kissing, rubbing, etc.) can greatly improve your mental control.
 
Surprising Fact #4
Masturbation, the practice of self-stimulation, can actually cause premature ejaculation as well. Although it delays ejaculation for most men if done prior to intercourse, it sometimes causes problems for younger males when they first experience vaginal intercourse. Then again, masturbation or no masturbation, nobody is a professional the first time they partake in intercourse.
 
Surprising Fact #5
According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, 30 percent of males, ages 18 to 29, complain of climaxing too early.

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