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Old, outdated ways of treating premature ejaculation
There are many ways and theories how to treat premature ejaculation and sadly, the most heard of and most widely accepted treatment methods do not treat premature ejaculation. There are also many hypotheses and ancient remedies, pills and herbs that claim to treat premature ejaculation – these do not work either. Doctors and so called, “quacks” that have no idea what it is like to suffer from premature ejaculation, write these books and treatment methods.
Methods that claims to treat premature ejaculation – but they really don’t…
William Masters and Virgina Johnson wrote a book in 1966 called “sexual response” in which they discussed how to treat this “disease”. Dr. Seman as well by Dr. Helen Singer later modified Master and Johnson’s methods. Many others followed as well but without any luck finding a permanent cure.
Problems with the treatment methods
As you probably understand there are a few problems here. How can a woman understand what it is like to suffer from premature ejaculation? She can research it as much as she wants but she will have no understanding of the psychological impact premature ejaculation has on a man. How do I know this? I have suffered from premature ejaculation so I know what it’s like. There is a solution to it because I found a way to stop premature ejaculation.
These doctors started their methods for treating premature ejaculation by telling men to hold off on sex and get over your performance anxiety. But as you know withholding sex for a long time will make you hornier than ever and your penis will become even more over sensitive resulting in you ejaculating even faster!
Other techniques to stop premature ejaculation
Later this technique was modified and the “Squeeze” method was invented. This technique requires that the man becomes an expert at squeezing the top of his penis thus “killing” the urge to ejaculate. The male’s partner could also squeeze the top of the penis. This method was invented by Dr. Ruth Westheimer (yet again another woman) and it required the man to tell his partner to say “Stop” and then squeeze the penis thus stopping all sexual activity until he can continue. This sounds like a lot of fun especially if you have a “one-night stand” with a gorgeous woman!
Dr. Ruth Westheimer claimed that after a few weeks of doing this you’d get used by it and your premature ejaculation problem would simply disappear. Last, she said that it added a bonus between the two partners or lovers as they would get to know each other better. I can think of many other ways to “get to know” your partner – by giving her great sex! These method were written in the 1960’s and 70’s where it was “sinful” to have sex outside the home. We are in the 21 st century where women expect good sex from men and vice verse!