Exercises for Premature Ejaculation

Exercises for Premature Ejaculation

A lot of men may experience premature ejaculation in their sex life but may be too embarrassed to talk about it; much less seek advice to correct the condition. However, a simple solution can be easily found in the market today without embarrassing this group. Simple pelvic exercises can be done by men to rectify premature ejaculation to enjoy a more satisfying sexual life with their partner. There are no side effects with this option; neither is there any cost incurred. No one would need to know about the past sexual performance as men can build up their libido and self confidence.

http://www.webmd.com/men/news/20140414/pelvic-exercises-may-help-his-sex-life

 “Pelvic exercises can benefit men with chronic premature ejaculation, according to a new study.

Premature ejaculation — defined as occurring within one minute — affects many men at some point in their lives. Although different treatments exist, some men don’t respond to any of them.

This study included 40 men, aged 19 to 46, with lifelong premature ejaculation who had tried different treatments — including creams, antidepressants and behavioral therapy — without success. They were trained to exercise their pelvic floor muscles and did this for 12 weeks.

At the start of the study, the men’s average time to ejaculation was about 32 seconds. That improved to almost 2.5 minutes — a more than fourfold increase — by the end of the three-month pelvic exercise program.

Only five men in the study had no significant improvement, according to the findings that were to be presented Sunday at the European Congress of Urology in Stockholm.

“This is a small study, so the effects need to be verified in a bigger trial. Nevertheless, the results are very positive,” study leader Dr. Antonio Pastore, of Sapienza University of Rome, said in a news release from the European Association of Urology. “The rehabilitation exercises are easy to perform, with no reported adverse effects.”

Pelvic floor exercises are often used to help treat incontinence in men, especially after prostate cancer surgery. The exercises had previously been tested in men with temporary premature ejaculation, but not in those who’ve had the problem for a long time, the researchers said.

“We also found that the fact that the men were able to improve their sex lives through their own efforts helped their self-confidence,” Pastore said.

Advantages of pelvic floor exercises over other treatments include lack of side effects and cost savings, he said.

Carlo Bettocchi, a professor and a spokesman for the association, agreed. “Premature ejaculation is a real problem for many men, and any way which we can find to help this condition is welcome,” he said. “This method is particularly welcome because it is the sufferers themselves who overcome the problem through their own efforts — which will have additional psychological benefits,” he said in the news release.

Research presented at meetings is typically considered preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed medical journal.”

It is amazing how simple studies on such health and sexual conditions can unearth exciting benefits to man. There may be different treatments already in the marketplace to correct the embarrassing and disappointing sexual performance but some men may not respond positively to these. However, simple pelvic floor exercises are found to be very effective on men experiencing premature ejaculation regardless of their health condition as conducted in a small study. This is great news for men impacted by temporary premature ejaculation due to prostate cancer surgery. They can enjoy sexual intimacy with their partners again. However, the study was not conclusive for men who suffered premature ejaculation over a long time.

 

 

 

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