PC Muscle Exercises

When it comes to sex, men want to have a pleasurable experience. It goes without saying that they want their partner to have a similar enjoyable experience. Men want to please a woman, but that becomes an issue when the man suffers from premature ejaculation (PE).

Premature ejaculation affects almost one in every three men around the world. That means it is likely to affect one-third of all couples who engage in sex. Those who suffer from severe cases of premature ejaculation may ejaculate just seconds or a few minutes after penile stimulation begins. However, premature ejaculation can also be a problem for men who can last 10 or 15 minutes, but still cannot delay ejaculation before his female partner experiences an orgasm.

One self-help technique that can help many men with premature ejaculation is exercising the Pubococcygeus muscle, or PC muscle. PC muscle exercises can have a lasting effect to help delay the male orgasm and prolong the sexual experience for both the man and his partner.

How are PC muscle exercises performed? Here are a few techniques:

Kegel Exercises

These exercises are named for the doctor who came up with the idea. These exercises were particularly designed for women to help during childbirth. However, the exercises translate well to helping men gain control over their own ejaculation.

Kegal exercises are simply a set of contractions of the PC muscle. Begin by contracting the PC muscle as if you are holding back a strong urge to pee. Hold for about 5 to 10 seconds, then repeat 10 to 15 times.

You can perform any number of sets of Kegel exercises during the day since you don't need to go to the gym to perform them. But like any muscle-building exercise program, you should continue Kegel exercises on a regular basis until improvement is noticed.

With the right amount of PC muscle control gained through Kegel exercises, a man should gain more ability to delay ejaculation when an impending orgasm is felt.

Stopping The Urine Flow

A man who has control over his PC muscle should be able to stop the flow of urine while urinating. This can be practiced any time one feels the urge to urinate. In fact, we all have been trained from an early age to use the PC muscle to prevent urinating until reaching a toilet (or a suitable tree or shrub). Do you ever have to pee so badly that you end up squirming? That is your PC muscle at work.

To practice this technique, simply being urinating. Then practice contracting the PC muscle to stop or at least slow down the flow of urine. A strong PC muscle is able to fully stop the urine flow and relax again on voluntary command.


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