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3 Ways Of Handling Early Discharge During Intimacy In Men

One of the most embarrassing things to deal with as a man is early or premature discharge during intimacy with your partner. It is embarrassing and it not only impacts on the quality of love making between two married people but also impacts negatively on the state of mind of every man thus further worsening the condition.

In this article for the purpose of enlightenment, we are going to have a look at some natural ways of handling early or premature discharge during intimacy. If you are a man and you are dealing with premature discharge, do well to read this article till the very end.

What Are The Ways Of Handling Early Discharge During Intimacy?

1. Pelvic Floor Muscles; according to medical research, there are certain pelvic floor exercises that may also help reduce how early a man would discharge during intimacy. How to exercise your pelvic floor muscles is to concentrate on stopping urine in mid stream or while urinating, you devise ways of holding back the urine while the stream is still on.

You can also attempt holding back gas at a very delicate stage. If you do this regularly, you will be exercising your pelvic muscles thus getting yourself equipped against premature discharge during intimacy. This is one way of handling it naturally or setting up your muscles in a way that it won't be too difficult for you to hold back discharging too early during intimacy.

2. Try kegel maneuvers; this is another way of naturally handling premature discharge. All you need to do is tighten your pelvic floor muscles for a count of three and also relax them for a count of three. Try doing this several times a day but ensure you don't use your buttocks muscle to do it, and after some weeks, there should be remarkable difference if that's the cause of your early or premature discharge.

3. Decreased Sensitivity; this is another way of handling early discharge. Numbing your private organ directly before intimacy could also do the magic, but you can only do this at the supervision of your doctor or urologist. You can also use condoms to reduce sensitivity thus delaying discharge.

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