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Sometimes when i have sex with my girlfriend i ejaculate too fast. how can i prevent this from happening again, i hate it when it happens.

At some time or other, most guys experience premature ejaculation, which means that they ejaculate before they want to. They often can’t control their response to the stimulation that triggers ejaculation. This is also called early ejaculation. Up to 35 percent of young men experience early ejaculation so often that they see it as a problem.

Being very excited, fear and anxiety about sex, alcohol and drug use, and depression may cause early ejaculation. Open communication with a partner about likes and dislikes, and paying attention to sensation — to slow down the process of getting to the point of ejaculatory inevitability — can help guys delay ejaculation.

Men who seek sex therapy for early ejaculation are taught the “squeeze technique.” The partner brings the man to erection, but squeezes the penis just below the glans with thumb and forefinger just before the time when ejaculation would become inevitable. The partner applies pressure until the erection is reduced by 10–30 percent. The penis is released for about 30 seconds before it is brought to erection again. This procedure is repeated until the man can go for 15–20 minutes before ejaculating.

Wearing condoms can also reduce early ejaculation. Some men have tried Extended Pleasure condoms by Trojan or Permorax condoms by Durex. These condoms are coated with a mild anesthetic on the inside that desensitizes the penis and helps a guy last longer.

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