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Premature Ejaculation And 5 Reasons Why Desensitizing Creams Will Make Your Condition Worse

Article by Peter Stirner

If you suffer from premature ejaculation there are five very good reasons why you should not use any kind of desensitizing creams, sprays or lotions. So-called ‘delay products’ are bad news and should be avoided, here’s why:


All you are doing when you desensitize your penis to last longer in bed is trading duration of sex for pleasure of sex. The reason you can last longer is because you do not feel as stimulated as you normally would. This is fine until you actually want to orgasm. You can not suddenly re-sensitize your penis and so the climax you have is weak. Who wants their sex to end with a weak climax? Don’t trade one problem for another.


If you rub or spray a desensitizing product onto your penis and then put your penis into your partner’s vagina what do you think will happen? That’s right, some of the delay lotion or spray will rub off you and onto her. The result, you have inadvertently treated her with a delay product. Yes, you will last longer but so will she! The result, in the best case scenario is that you both have weak orgasm. What is most likely to happen is that you will climax before her. You paid for the delay product but you still suffer from premature ejaculation.


Since we are talking about a sensitive part of your body, so sensitive that it needs de-sensitizing, it doesn’t really make sense to be applying creams, sprays and lotions willy-nilly (if you’ll pardon the pun!). Manufacturers know that they have a desperate customer base and some will sell anything confident that there will always be people desperate enough to buy it. These products are not medicines and so are not regulated in the same way. It is up to you if you want to take the risk but I would always test a new product (that is every new bottle, since quality can vary wildly from batch to batch) on a less sensitive area first.


Delay products, especially ones that are too strong, can reduce sensation so much that the user finds it impossible to maintain an erection. Swapping Premature Ejaculation for impotence doesn’t seem like a very good deal, especially when you are paying for the privilege!


Finally these products are not a solution to the problem of premature ejaculation. At best, if they work, they are an expensive way of coping with the situation. This is problem management not problem-solving. Psychologically, it is damaging to your self-esteem (and the well-being of your sexual partner) to not have a normal, healthy sex life. The situation is far from good if you are constantly needing to cope, applying creams, dealing with over and then under sensitization. Battling against ejaculation too early one time and not being able to orgasm the next. This is not a normal healthy sex life.

It is far better to solve the problem of premature ejaculation, be free of the worry and distress and give both you and your partner a healthy, satisfying sex life.

The only sensible solution is to learn how to beat your premature ejaculation problems. Yes, the internet is full of bogus manuals and train yourself to last longer in bed programs. A good deal of healthy skepticism is needed when you’re looking for the right training program. But the good news is that there are premature ejaculation programs out there that do work. Your job is to find the right training program for you. The best ones will not only help you last longer than you used to but will train you to last longer than most men.

Having premature ejaculation is not your fault. But it is your responsibility

Give your partner and yourself the gift of a normal, healthy and satisfying sex life. Male ejaculation problems can be treated and often for less than it costs to take your wife or girlfriend out for a romantic meal. Click this link Premature Ejaculation Trainer to find out how you can be rid of this problem forever.

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