Can Circumcision Cure Premature Ejaculation?

 

 

 

 

You want your girl to have the best sex. You want her to experience intense orgasm. You can last long with hand job but when it comes to actual intercourse, you ejaculate under a minute. You find this so frustrating and embarrassing. You want to consider circumcision because you think the problem is due to your too sensitive foreskin which prevents you from lasting longer in bed? Is it true that circumcision can reduce or cure premature ejaculation?

 

It is true that an uncut penis is often more sensitive than that of a circumcised penis. The main reason is that as the glans, or the head of a circumcised penis gets used to constant rubbing against the fabrics, without the protection of the foreskin, it will become less sensitive to sexual stimulation. Due to this reason, a circumcised male is likely to take a longer time to ejaculate. To a certain extent, this happens to accidentally cure premature ejaculation.

 

However, there is still no convincing evidence to suggest that circumcision can make a significant difference to the time it takes for a man to ejaculate. A research done by the Journal of Sexual Medicine indicates that rates of premature ejaculation in the US (where over 70% of the males are circumcised) are similar to other parts of the world where circumcision rates are significantly lower. Though circumcision can to a certain extent reduce sensitivity (because a lot of nerve endings are removed with the foreskin), however it does not necessarily increase the time a guy takes to ejaculate.

 

How To Reduce Or Cure Premature Ejaculation?

 

(1)   Choose sex positions to help you last longer

 

(a)   The woman-on-top position

 

You will lie down on the bed and she will sit on top of you. She can either face you or her back towards you. When she is on top, you can ask her to slow down to avoid stimulating you too much.

 

Instead of lying on your back, you can sit face-to-face with your partner sitting on your laps. She will adjust her lower body to facilitate penetration. This position improves intimacy with your partner because you can kiss her, rub her back and suck or fondle her breasts.

 

For a change, you can also sit with her back facing you so that you can fondle her breasts while you penetrate her.

 

(b)   The side-by-side position

 

Both of you will lie on your side facing each other. She will lift up her leg to facilitate penetration. In this position, penetration will tend to be shallower, increasing the likelihood of better clitoral stimulation. With shallower thrusting, the sensation will not become too overwhelming for you.

 

(2)   Focus on her pleasure

 

In my opinion, the best way to cope with premature ejaculation is not to think about how long you should last inside her. Instead you divert your attention to her. You focus on pleasuring her. You make sure she orgasms first before you ejaculate. For most women, the easiest and most effective way to make her orgasm is to stimulate her clitoris.

 

You can do this by using your hands to masturbate her. Since most women love oral sex, you can use your tongue to lick her clitoris. If your hand or tongue gets tired before she orgasms, you can continue to stimulate her by using a vibrator plus other fun aids.

 

These are just two of the many ways you can do to delay your ejaculation. For more ways to control premature ejaculation, read on more from Long Sex and/or Prolonged Pleasure.

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