One of the constant worries for many guys is climaxing too quickly, so here are some tips to keep you lasting just that little longer.

One of the constant worries for many guys is climaxing too quickly, so here are some tips to keep you lasting just that little longer.

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Before you go…go

One of the ways to make sure you last a little longer than usual is masturbating an hour or two before you think you’re going to have sex. This will take the urgency out of the sex and should make you last longer. It might also make you less horny than if you had waited, but this is trial and error and it’s worth seeing if it works for you. Make sure you wash your dick thoroughly after you cum – if you don’t you might end up with a smelly end (smegma can form very quickly) and nobody wants that. Well, some guys do.

Take it to the edge

Some guys find that edging can make them last longer. Edging is where you play with your dick but then stop just before you bust a load. Some guys can do this for hours. Ultimately leaves you very horny – and potentially giving you a crazy big money shot. But while you’re practising this at home, you’ll be teaching yourself how to naturally last longer in bed. Win-win we feel.

Letter writing

Ok, so you’re nearly at the point of no return but it’s only been two minutes! Think about something else. Writing your name in his arse will still give the movements of involved f**king, but will momentarily take you away from the action, meaning you’ll have a few more minutes of humping.

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Desensitising cream

Amazon and other sellers stock a number of desensitizing products that could help you too. You could also try extra thick condoms which will also help take some of sensitivity away from your penis.

Deep breaths

Also, try taking deep breaths when you’re on the verge of ejaculating as that briefly shuts down the ejaculatory reflex (an automatic reflex of the body during which ejaculation occurs).

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Medication

Medication in the form of tablets is also available to treat premature ejaculation in men who experience this regularly and where it causes distress, and is usually taken one to three hours before having sex. You will need a prescription, which can be obtained from your own doctor or through a private consultation with an online GP.

As always communication is key to a happy sex life. If you’re concerned about your premature emissions, talk to your partner about it. See how they feel. You never know he might be completely happy with how’s all working out. If not then you can have a chat about how you change your sex to make things last a bit longer.

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