Q What should I do if my part­ner achieves or­gasm pre­ma­turely? I feel frus­trated ev­ery time it hap­pens.

CLEO (Malaysia) - - BODY & SOUL -

APre­ma­ture Ejac­u­la­tion (PE) can be frus­trat­ing and even cause re­sent­ment in a cou­ple’s sex life. Men with PE are very fo­cused on their sex­ual per­for­mance as they are more anx­ious than women. When your part­ner ex­pe­ri­ences PE, try not to show any signs of dis­ap­point­ment. It puts pres­sure on your part­ner, low­ers their self­es­teem and in­creases anx­i­ety. Re­lax and give him some time. He can de­lay his or­gasm by fo­cus­ing on non-sex­ual things but avoid thoughts that can com­pletely ruin arousal. Ex­tended fore­play can also help to stave off or­gasms. Al­ter­na­tively, you can al­ways re­fer to a med­i­cal spe­cial­ist or sex therapist for help.

Dr. Ed­ward

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