Technically, premature ejaculation is a condition wherein a man cannot control his ejaculation for more than a short period of time at the onset of intercourse. Therefore, he orgams shortly before penetration or just thereaafter. This usually occurs with minimal stimulation, perhaps due to overexcitement. A short performance is considered one to three minutes. Whereas the overal male average is three to seven minutes. Yet, it is noteworthy that premature ejaculation is treatable, and in time curable.
In his teens, a young man quickly learns to conceal his excitement whenever it presents itself. Thereafter, he usually has to be quiet and hide his exploration. Ultimately, whenever he is excited and begins to explore, he is on a timer for he has to finish as soon as possible. Perhaps, researchers posit, it is within this anxiety-ridden tableau that a young man becomes conditioned to ‘get it with over with.’
Yes. Premature ejaculation can be treated, and in most cases resolved completely. There are a number of treatament options available. Including, Tantra, yoga, mindfulness technniques and much more. Click here to read our post, 9 Things You Can Do to Conquer Premature Ejaculation.
Of course, any experience associated with premature ejaculation usually ends in embarrassment. However, a man should not feel responsible for the condition. In fact, there may be many factors that can cause this condition but each one of them can be conquered!
It is true, a large member might be more appealing visually. But just because it looks better does not mean that it is necessarily wanted. Truth be told, many men and women prefer average sized penises because they hurt less. The vaginal cavity is only but so deep, and the rectum is only but so wide!
Oral sex, foreplay, and touching—these are all the sensations that drive most men and women to orgasm. As for men, the actual orgasm is different, however the way you get there still counts. Foreplay, oral sex, and stimulation by touching all add up when it comes to relaxing one’s partner for anal sex. These are sexual skills that any man can hone in on and improve if he cares enough to try.
In the matter of a long-term relationship, a small penis measures up very well. Partners can work through their concerns, explore each other’s bodies, and learn how to stimulate each other best. Most people prefer to have an authentic, long-term relationship with someone who is loving, supportive, and truly interested in them. A relationship like this really makes for better sex, no matter the size.
But if you prefer one night stands, far be it from anyone to judge, just know though that things may not work out the way you expect.
Tantra is a sensual experience, which combines different sounds and tastes. It can also include intercourse at times. However, some couples say that they can both have intense, full-body climaxes by merely holding one another tightly. In essence, by hugging, or cuddling without any sexual contact. While in other instances, they claim that they have such a close connection that if one of them has an orgasm in the same room, the other will climax as well—even if they are not touching.
These couples claim to use breathing techniques, touch, and embrace, to bring each other to the dizzying heights of ecstasy repeatedly. Over and over teasing the other until they climax.
According to a study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, men and women between the ages of 15 and 25 are most likely to contract an STD. Why? We know that young adults in their late teens and twenties are at their sexual peak. Yet, we also know they are the most sexually experimental. In fact, 25% of the sexually active population is within this age range. Unfortunately, these young adults account for 50% of all new STD cases.
However, there are many thing you can do to ward off the virus. Use a condom everytime you have oral, anal, or vaginal sex. If condoms aren’t enough, try other forms of protection. If you need to regain perspective, try abstinence. Best of all, consider a monogamous relationship with an HIV-negative partner. Ultimtaley, get tested regularly and be shrewd if you are having sex with multiple partners.
Research has established that foreskin can give HIV the opportunity to enter the body. The virus supposedly hides within the folds between the foreskin and the penis itself. In fact, George Washington State University researchers have found that anaerobic bacteria living underneath the foreskin may possibly aid HIV in its evil quest. Specifically, when a large number of bacteria was found underneath the foreskin, it increased the HIV infection risk from 54% to 63%.
However, anyone—circumcised or not—is susceptible to HIV; no one is immune, not even those who have already contracted the virus.
Dr. Kerry Chant, the New South Wales, Australia chief medical health officer, says that they are on track to eliminating HIV transmission completely by 2020. The trick today is antiretroviral drug therapy (ART). This drug is a cocktail of medicines prescribed after one has already contracted HIV. ART can reduce the viral count to such a low point that it cannot be detected in blood tests and, in this condition, it is unlikely for someone to transmit the virus.
Though where New South Wales has proven its innovation is in introducing free pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). PrEP is the same cocktail drug as ART. However, it is usually prescribed to an uninfected person—someone who thinks they may have been exposed to the virus. In this case, it blocks the virus from taking root, thereby preventing the need for ART.
Erectile dysfunction is the inability to create or sustain an erection suitable for penetration. Once called impotence, few things are quite as uniquely embarrassing as erectile dysfunction.
However, as a man ages, his body changes. He may need more or different medications. Thus, sex changes as well. As do the positions used, a man’s libido, his stamina, his techniques and so forth. All in all, it may take more direct stimulation for a man to orgasm. It may take more effort on man’s part to stimulate his partner to orgasm as well. However, a sudden shock, say a cell phone ring, can make it all go away. This is not considered erectile dysfunction because under the right conditions, such a man could still have a successful orgasm.
Approximately 15-30 million men are said to be suffering with erectile dysfunction. While there is a younger contingent complaining about the issue, the majority of men suffering are middle-aged and older. About some 15-25% of those men age 65 years of age and older.
Yes. There are a number of treatment options available for erectile dysfunction. While it is difficult to name the direct cause of erectile dysfunction in every man, it is possible to do research. As part of his personal research, a man may try some safe tests himself with the permission of his physician.
For example, a man could place a series of overlapping stamps around the base of his penis. If the seal is broken in the morning, he would find that he can have an erection after all. However, to ultimately receive the help he needs, every man suffering from erectile dysfunction should talk to his doctor.