Masturbation Before Sex Can Help Prevent Premature Ejaculation

A normal healthy man, who has not had sexual contact (including masturbation) for a long time, will usually ejaculate in less than a minute during sexual intercourse. Otherwise, most men, if not controlled, will ejaculate after 2 to 3 minutes of vaginal intercourse. If there was insufficient foreplay, it is almost impossible for the woman to achieve orgasm.

Many sexologists believe that masturbation is a natural physiological phenomenon. Even after marriage, masturbation can make up for lacks in a couple’s sex life. More importantly, to some extent, masturbation can help men alleviate the problem of “premature ejaculation” because hand stimulation of the penis must be greater than vaginal stimulation of the penis. Also, masturbation is a personal and independent activity, so the man can be more relaxed and in control of himself, and really vent.

After masturbation, the sensitivity of the man’s penis will be greatly reduced, which can greatly extend the duration of sexual intercourse. What’s more, men who have just masturbated will generally not rush to have sexual intercourse, but instead prefer to spend more time on foreplay, stimulating the woman with kisses and touch.

Sexologists have done extensive surveys and found that people who masturbate and do not have a negative attitude towards masturbation, compared to people who do not masturbate, have a higher orgasm frequency. Specifically, men have a 19% higher frequency, while women have a 40% higher frequency. It should be emphasized that orgasms for women are more important, because male orgasms end in ejaculation. It comes and goes easily and even if premature, ejaculations will still result in orgasm. This is not the case for women. The female orgasm is difficult to describe, and is a complex emotional and physical phenomenon. It generally appears 1 to 2 times slower than that of men, lasts longer, and is also slower to subside.

So, moderate male masturbation even after marriage, can help the woman achieve more sexual satisfaction and improve the quality of the couple’s sex life. “Moderate” can be understood as follows: not too frequent, and not as a replacement for sex. The timing is important for the man, ideally a day or two before sexual intercourse with his wife. If the husband travels for a long period, and the heart grows fonder once back home, it may be easy to have premature ejaculation, which is a normal phenomenon. If the man masturbates two days before going home, he will be better able to control his ejaculation when having sex again.