Premature ejaculation — defined as occurring within one minute — affects many men at some point in their lives. Although different treatments exist, some men don’t respond to any of them.
This study included 40 men, aged 19 to 46, with lifelong premature ejaculation who had tried different treatments — including creams, antidepressants and behavioral therapy — without success. They were trained to exercise their pelvic floor muscles and did this for 12 weeks.
At the start of the study, the men’s average time to ejaculation was about 32 seconds. That improved to almost 2.5 minutes — a more than fourfold increase — by the end of the three-month pelvic exercise program.
Only five men in the study had no significant improvement, according to the findings that were to be presented Sunday at the European Congress of Urology in Stockholm.
This study is not even close to being an astonishing revelation — but it is very accurate.
There is an entire industry of worthless potions, gadgets and creams which really are nothing more then shameless exploitation of the struggle and embarrassment so many men feel from this issue. Then, there is a much more well intentioned medical community handing out SSRI’s as though their side effects were a treatment. None of it is working.
In reality, we have over 5000 years of knowledge on what the problem is and how to address it. Knowledge so effective it spawned the belief that semen could be preserved as a life force — nearly indefinitely. (No, this is NOT a good idea…) Knowledge that allowed the nobility to satisfy multiple wives and concubines (as well as experience multiple orgasms themselves) in a single evening without ejaculation.
Finally, someone got around to studying it…Read more