TREATMENT FOR EARLY DISCHARGE

TREATMENT FOR EARLY DISCHARGE, For many men, the most frustrating part of sex isn’t trying to get her into bed; it’s when you’ve finished and she’s still raring to go. Right after your orgasm, your erection goes soft and you lose all desire and ability to keep going at it. For some men, the post-coital calm even lulls them to sleep. It can take some time before you’re ready to go again and you have your refractory period to blame. Scientifically, the refractory period is the frustrating time between when you orgasm and when you can get another erection. The refractory period is caused by a fluctuation in hormone levels following ejaculation. During this period of time, you are completely incapable of having an orgasm. All the blood drains away from your spent erection. Any attempts by your partner to get blood flowing back into your hypersensitive penis are uncomfortable to say the least and can be downright painful. Any interest in sex you had appears to be gone and some unfortunate men want nothing more than to sleep, even as their partners sulk.

Causes

Health problems: If you have a medical concern that causes you to feel anxious during sex, such as a heart problem, you may have an increased likelihood of hurrying to ejaculate.

Certain medications: Rarely, drugs that influence the action of chemical messengers in the brain (psychotropic) may cause premature ejaculation.

Over sensitiveness: Caused by a combination of an oversensitive glans penis (or head of the penis), and nervousness or performance anxiety during lovemaking.

Treatment Of Earlier Discharge Treatment

We are using best herbs for our ayurvdedic night fall treatment.The easiest way to reduce your refractory period is through erection training. Many of these erection training exercises have their roots in Taoist theory or tantric sex and require you to delay orgasm in order to last longer. This method begins by having you stimulate yourself until you achieve an erection and requires you to try to stay erect as long as possible before climaxing. Once you have mastered extending the length of time in which you can remain erect, you need to practice masturbating until just before you are ready to orgasm and then stopping until the intense sensation has passed.

Prevention

In some cases, Early Discharge may be caused by poor communication between partners or a poor understanding of the differences between male and female sexual functioning. Women typically require more prolonged stimulation than men do to reach orgasm, and this difference can cause sexual resentment between partners and add pressure to sexual encounters. For many men, feeling pressure during sexual intercourse increases the risk of Early Discharge. Open communication between sexual partners, as well as a willingness to try a variety of approaches to help both partners achieve satisfaction, can help reduce conflict and performance anxiety. If you're not satisfied with your sexual relationship, talk with your partner about your concerns. Try to approach the topic in a loving way and to avoid blaming your partner for your dissatisfaction.