Do you reach orgasm faster than you can say, "Jack Rabbit Jim"? Many men dread this situation, and with good reason. Cumming too early or too fast robs you and your partner of the pleasure that sexual intercourse can give. This is believed to be the most common sexual complaint of couples. About 29 percent of men are reportedly bothered by these episodes.So, how can you control yourself from ejaculating too quickly? One way is to exercise your PC (pubococcygeus) muscle, which is the primary "sexual muscle" that forms part of the pelvis. The PC muscle is largely involved with sexual functions such as ejaculation and orgasm. With regular exercise, this muscle can provide firmer and larger erections, powerful ejaculations and more intense climaxes
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This article covers many of the popular treatment programs to help couples that suffer with the problem of premature ejaculation. There are many treatment options available from exercises to medications and professional counseling. This article will give you information on; The Masturabation Method, The Squeeze Method, Masters and Johnson, Stop and Start and information about Medications used to treat Premature Ejaculation, plus more.
Damiana - Male Potential
Many men will ask, "Is there a pill that will help me perform longer?" Well I have heard of a aphrodisiac shrub that grows in Mexico, Central America and the West Indies. Historically it has been used to increase sexual desire. I purchased some myself, but have not used it yet. So I'll keep you posted in a future article about its' effectiveness.
I do personally know men that tell me it really does work. They claim that this plant increases erection quality and after cumming, their penis still remains hard."
Well that is quite a claim, and I am going to have to try this one out." OK, OK, I know you are asking what is it? It's called Damiana, and it's use is controversial. I found some serious safety warnings about it's use:
"Damiana is LIKELY SAFE when taken in amounts commonly found in foods. Damiana is POSSIBLY SAFE when taken in medicinal amounts, but there have been serious side effects. Convulsions and other symptoms similar to rabies or strychnine poisoning have been reported after taking 200 grams of damiana extract." (www.webmd.com)