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I Climax too Soon During Sex

Climaxing too soon happens to young men, middle-aged men and mature men. It happens to those who are new to the art of intercourse, and it happens to those who have years of experience. In fact, climaxing too soon is a common affliction that many men don’t discuss because they not only find it awkward, they also feel that it erodes their personal confidence and makes them feel inferior. Now, before we move on it is important to clarify that climaxing too soon, in most cases, is not an illness. No, it is more a matter of self-control and understanding how the body functions and performs. Therefore, it becomes more of an issue of self-control and mastering the art of intercourse rather than finding a cure.

The Causes of Climaxing too Soon Many men believe that sensitivity is the main reason for early ejaculation. Some even put it down to wearing a condom for so long that when they enter a serious relationship they find it difficult to control their urges because they can now feel so much more than they used to. However, the truth of the matter is not related to sensitivity. No, in most cases, it is a matter of mind over ejaculation when in the bedroom. The first question that many men ask is, ‘what is considered long enough when having sex?’ Now, before answering, think about the question. Is there a correct answer, or could it be said that time should not be a consideration when in the bedroom? Many men think that time is of the essence when making love, and that they need to be masters of endurance and have athletic performance. But is this what mastering the art of intercourse all about? Sexual intercourse should be mutually rewarding for lovers, as in a give and take situation. Therefore, the key to avoiding early ejaculation is not thinking in terms of time but in terms of enjoyment. Forget performance and how long sexual intercourse takes. Instead, think pleasure. Take the pressure off so that sexual intercourse becomes gratifying rather than a test of capabilities.

Symptoms of Climaxing too Soon Apart from the obvious, which is early ejaculation within a minute or two of penetration, the other signs of climaxing too soon are as follows: 1. It is difficult to control or delay ejaculation during penetration. 2. The early ejaculator experiences feelings of frustration, stress and anxiety over performance. 3. Negative feelings cause sexual tension between partners and sexual intimacy is no longer fun or enjoyable. 4. A happy, fulfilling sex life has changed to one that is now associated with early ejaculation.

Treatment for Climaxing too Soon The best cure for early ejaculation for those who are sexually experienced is to get back to basics. Learn how to enjoy sexual intercourse all over again. Leave the anxiety at the door when entering the bedroom so that feelings of inadequacy don’t manifest themselves and result in tension. For those who are learning the art of intercourse it is important to learn self-control and master mind over ejaculation from the beginning. Get to know the human body and how it responds to stimulus better. Use more foreplay and less penetration; don’t be in such a hurry. Mind over ejaculation and the art of intercourse is about playing in the bedroom, having fun, and controlling the urge. Be flirtatious. Tickle each other’s fancy and learn what really turns one another on and makes for more excitement. Get the pulse racing then wind back the action so that longevity gradually increases. Try manual stimulation and oral sex when penetration becomes too intense. Make climaxing gradual by being inventive and experimenting in the bedroom. This will increase confidence and eventually allow the mutual satisfaction to return. Make sure all clocks are turn off or are out of sight during sex of any

kind. This is not a timed event. This is about learning to enjoy those moments in life that count. Caring for and knowing one’s body is an essential aspect of gaining control over premature climaxing. Utilize a vitamin-and mineral-rich penis specific creme (health professionals often recommend Man1 Man Oil) to boost confidence and improve penis well being. Caring for penis health is the most important step you can take to reduce or eliminate early ejaculation. For additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy penis, visit: John Dugan writes about men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer at Climaxing too soon, art of intercourse, self-control, mind over ejaculation, early ejaculation John Dugan

2. My Penis Skin is Kind of Itchy - Please Help An itchy penis is embarrassing, especially when it is constant. This can not only be frustrating and intrusive on life; it can also slowly erode sexual confidence and the prowess of the sufferer. It’s important to find out what is causing the problem and treat it before it becomes a major issue and sex stops being fun.

What Causes an Itchy Penis? There are many reasons why a penis itches. Some of the most common causes are as follows: Skin Irritations

Factors such as poor hygiene, washing with a harsh soap or shampoo, using concentrated clothing washing powder or detergent, or even using latex condoms may be causing an irritation to the skin of the penis. To rectify the problem consider bathing more frequently, using a milder soap, shampoo or clothing detergent, and changing the brand of condom used. This may reduce the irritation and the penile itch should cease. If this is not the case, it is advised that the condition may be more serious and it is recommended that medical advice is sought.

Skin Conditions There are a number of skin conditions, such as dermatitis, eczema, and psoriasis that can cause penis itch. These conditions can cause the penis to become inflamed, red, swollen, and/or itchy, with flaky skin. Dermatitis and eczema are typically caused by a compromised immune system, stress or exposure to skin irritants. Psoriasis is caused by the skin’s over-production of cells. This means that the skin is reproducing new cells faster than the penis is shedding old cells. Over time the cells build up on the skin of the penis which results in the skin’s irritation and penile itch. Treatment for these conditions entails lifestyle changes: diet, emotional wellbeing and exposure to irritants are considered and altered to reduce inflammation of the penis skin. In addition, a doctor may prescribe medications and creams to reduce the itchiness and inflammation of the penis.

Penile Infections Candida, scabies, pubic lice, trichomoniasis and tinea are each either fungal or parasitic in nature and can cause extreme penile itch and discomfort if not treated. Candida is a fungal condition that is caused by an overgrowth of yeast, which then causes inflammation, itchiness, and a yellowish discharge. The best way to treat candida is to cleanse the infected area with water (no soap) and apply an antifungal skin cream for candida (thrush). In extreme cases, a doctor may

prescribe an antibiotic, which can be taken to eliminate the yeast infection. Tinea is another fungal infection which causes irritation, inflammation, and itchiness. It can usually be treated with topical antifungal creams. In severe or resistant cases, physicians may prescribe antibiotics. Scabies, pubic lice, and trichomonasis are all parasitic infections in which a micro-organism invades the penile skin and causes irritation. These conditions are typically treated with lotions and specific topical solutions that kill the micro-organisms and allow the skin to heal. For more information about these conditions, please visit a health care professional or their website. Once the penile itch ceases and the skin of the penis begins to heal the regular use of a penis specific creme (health professionals often recommend Man1 Man Oil) should occur daily. This product enables the skin of the penis to repair itself faster and more efficiently, as it is rich in essential vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. In addition, this product also increases skin elasticity and the function of capillaries so that the penis function and performance are improved. For additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy penis, visit: John Dugan writes about men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer at itchy penis, penis itches, penile itch, penis care John Dugan 3. My Penis Sometimes Gets Sore – Please Help Many men complain about a sore penis, especially after masturbating or having sexual intercourse. In most cases this is a normal reaction for the skin of the penis, particularly after rough or aggressive sexual activity has taken place. However, sometimes the penis pain that is being experienced may indicate that there is a more serious problem, one that could possibly need medical attention to remedy.

Causes of a Sore Penis

There are a number of causes for a sore penis. These can range from simple penis skin damage, where the epidermis or the outer layer of the penis skin has been over stimulated during sexual activity, to more serious complaints such as a penis skin allergy or condition, penis skin infections, and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

Allergies and Skin Conditions of the Penis Believe it or not, the skin of the penis is much like all skin on the body. Therefore, it can be prone to allergic reactions where certain products such as soaps and latex from condoms irritate it. In addition, penis skin can also be afflicted with skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, and psoriasis. All of these skin conditions will be aggravated during sex and will cause penis pain; the penis may also become red and inflamed. Treatments – These range from simply changing soaps or using different condoms to using special creams to reduce the inflammation. Change one product at a time and see if this makes a difference to the sore penis. If after changing all products there is no change noted then it is advised to consult a doctor or visit a local clinic. They may then prescribe a cream to help reduce the inflammation and penis pain.

Smegma Build-up and Thrush of the Penis Many men who are not circumcised complain about smegma build-up and the smell that this emits. Smegma is a natural secretion of the male and female genitalia, and it is believed to aid in the removal of dead skin cells and in lubrication during sex. While smegma does emit a smell, often musky in nature, this smell should not be offensive. It is important to note that some individuals may have a more powerful smell then others, and this is thought to be associated with their hormone levels. Treatment - For many, this condition is not only embarrassing, but it also prevents them from having a happy and fulfilling sex life. The good news, however, is that the condition is curable; frequent washing is not the answer. Wash only once a day and after sex (masturbation or intercourse). Avoid using soap as this can add to the problem, as it is often not PH neutral and removes the ‘good’ bacteria. Use a solution

of warm, salty water until the build-up comes under control. Thrush - If the build-up becomes itchy, or the smell returns, then the problem may not be just smegma related. The penis may also have thrush, which is an over production of yeast. This condition can occur in circumcised and uncircumcised men, and it can be extremely frustrating and painful. Treatment - Typically, this condition is treated as with smegma build-up; it is also recommended that an antifungal cream be applied daily. It is also believed that natural yoghurt applied to the infected area assists in restoring the ‘good’ bacteria and balancing the PH of the area.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) There are a range of sexually transmitted diseases that can cause penis pain, especially as the STD manifests itself, but the most prevalent is genital herpes. However, there are also many other symptoms that will present themselves if an STD is present: discharge, sores, and other lesions. Treatment - If it is suspected that a STD is present it is recommended that immediate medical advice is sought, as there are a number of STDs and their treatment varies. Also, some illnesses can have a detrimental effect on the health of the sufferer and may also impair their sexual function in the future. It is also recommended that a daily care régime for the skin of the penis be initiated to protect the penis skin from damage. Over time, this should strengthen the epidermis and make it more resilient to damage during sex. The best form of care for penis skin is the use of a penis specific crème (health professionals often recommend Man1 Man Oil). These products contain essential vitamins and minerals that care for and maintain the health of the penis skin and improve sexual function. For additional information on most common penis health issues, tips on improving penis sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy penis, visit: John Dugan writes about men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer at

I Climax too Soon During Sex