This involves modifying a man's behavior or approach to sex to get a different outcome than he is now experiencing.

There are many aspects of behavior modification that will improve a man's control over his ejaculation.

MASTURBATION - Almost all men masturbate.   * The old saying goes "If you ask 100 men if they masturbate, 98 will say yes and the other 2 are not telling the truth".  Masturbation is healthy for the penis and usually does no harm to a man's penis or his ability to get a woman pregnant.  Most men masturbate too quickly and this confuses the penis; it has a difficult time distinguishing between a man's hand and a vagina.  That said, men who masturbate slowly usually have better control over ejaculation than men who do not masturbate at all.  Men who masturbate quickly tend not to have good control.  * So masturbate as often as you like, but do it slowly - that is make sure it is at least 5-10 minutes from the time you first touch yourself before you ejaculate.  Masturbation just before sex is not a great idea, as it may interfere with a man's erection a short time later.

MORE FREQUENT INTERCOURSE - Usually, the more often a man has sexual intercourse, the better control he will have over ejaculation.

FOREPLAY - With your boxers or briefs still on and while your penis is not being touched, make an effort to try and satisfy or pleasure your partner with your fingers and or your tongue.  The further along your partner is towards being satisfied before you begin intercourse, the less pressure there will be on you and the better your control over ejaculation will be.

SELF DISTRACTION - Take a deep breath and think of something other than sex.  This helps some men delay ejaculation.

*  While we will certainly try to help all of our patients, as with any medical treatment, there is no guarantee of specific results, as results can and usually do vary from patient to patient. All numbers and time frames mentioned are approximate and may vary from patient to patient.





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