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Lasting Longer During Sex - A Step By Step Approach For Stopping Premature Ejaculation
Here's a step by step approach for lasting longer during sex so you can stop premature ejaculation. These steps rely on the simplest methods to start and graduate on to the surefire method which will ensure that quick ejaculation won't occur.
Foreplay. First thing you want to do is extend foreplay as long as possible. Women take longer to orgasm, so you need to "warm them up" during foreplay as long as possible. This way, during sex, you will both be closer to experiencing orgasm at the same time. Plus being able to stop premature ejaculation will be much easier, and employing the next steps will be much easier.
Pull out. If you feel quick ejaculation coming on during sex, pull out and relax by taking deep breathes. You still want to please your partner through other means, while your body settles down and you get your "second wind" where you can continue having sex. Lasting longer during sex will be easier to do during your "second wind" if you pull out, relax your body, and then pick up where you left off.
Take your mind off of sex. Lasting longer during sex is much easier to do when your mind is not focused on the act itself. You can practice deep breathing during sex, while focusing on your breath by bringing air in slowly and then gently releasing the air. Don't try to think of football or some other sports as other guys may recommend. You may lose your excitement, and your erection, altogether.
Kegel flex during sex. Doing kegels during sex is your last secret weapon to stop premature ejaculation. After you've extended foreplay, pulled out, and have taken deep breathes during intimacy, you now want to implement kegel flexes. This actually takes some training before hand to ensure the muscles you are flexing are strong enough. These are the same muscles you use while stopping urination. While they are strong enough to cease urinary flow, they usually are not strong enough to stop ejaculation flow. You will want to spend a few weeks flexing these muscles on their own to build up their strength. Then, while having sex, when you feel ejaculation coming on, do your kegel flexing to prevent ejaculation flow. Once prevented you are able to continue having sex longer, and if you find the urge for ejaculation to occur again, simply do another flex.
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Unprotected sex is a primary mode of transmission of the HIV virus from an infected person to a healthy person. Unprotected sex refers to having sexual intercourse without using a condom or any other mode of protection. It leads to HIV transmission along with other sexually transmitted infections.
How does HIV occur from unprotected sex?
While having sex without protection, the HIV present in the body fluids such as blood, sperm, vaginal fluid, pre-cum or anal mucus of an HIV infected patient can pass on to the body of his/her partner. The transmission occurs through the membranes of the penis in men, vagina in women, the rectum and also through mouth and throat. It is more likely for an HIV patient to pass on the virus during the first few months after getting infected. This is because the virus spreads over body fluids during this stage.
Which types of sex are more risky?
HIV is transmitted the most by having vaginal or anal sex. Anal sex accounts for being the riskiest because the lining present in the anus is much more delicate than the vaginal lining. It is prone to more damage, easily. There are two types of anal sex: receptive anal sex and insertive anal sex. Receptive anal sex is more risky.
HIV can also be acquired from oral sex. This can happen in case the person giving oral sex has ulcers in the mouth, sore and bleeding gums. In case the person receiving the oral sex is already infected, the other person gets HIV.
A person who has sex with multiple partners regularly is at a high risk of getting HIV because of unprotected sex. You can also take the package for Having Safe Sex.
Getting HIV from unprotected sex can be avoided if you use these precautions:
- Condoms: Condoms offer the precaution against HIV infection from anal or vaginal sex. They should be used by men before any kind of sexual contact to restrict the passing of semen or fluid, which may be infected by HIV.
- Lubricants: Sex is made easier by using lubricants and reduces the risk of tearing in the vagina or anus due to friction. The risk of a condom breaking is reduced using lubricants.
- Dental Dams: This is another precautionary device, which is a small sheet of plastic. It has to be placed to cover the mouth of the vagina or anus and reduce the risk of HIV transmission.
Unprotected sex is the primary cause of HIV and people who do not take precautions before sex are likely to be infected by HIV. If you wish to discuss about any specific sexual problem, you can consult a specilized sexologist and ask a free question.