Premature Ejaculation

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What is Premature Ejaculation?

At some point almost every man has ejaculated sooner during sexual intercourse than he or his partner would have liked.

Occasionally losing control is common and quite normal – it doesn’t mean you have a sexual problem.

Premature Ejaculation is only a problem if it happens frequently and you are losing control:

  • as soon as foreplay starts (i.e. with minimal sexual stimulation)
  • when you try to insert your penis, or very quickly after penetration (i.e. within one minute of penetration), or
  • before you wish (i.e. you are unable to delay ejaculation during intercourse).

While most men are embarrassed to talk about it, Premature Ejaculation is the most common sexual problem in men. It can cause distress and create tension between a man and his partner, and result in unsatisfactory sex for both partners.

Or the distress and frustration can mean sexual intimacy is avoided altogether.

But the good news is that Premature Ejaculation is often a very treatable condition.

How do we help Premature Ejaculation

  • Helping you optimise the awareness, coordination, tone and strength of your pelvic floor muscles helps you control and delay the ejaculatory reflex
  • Education about exercises and techniques that can be practiced by yourself and/or with your partner helps you gain better control
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Pelvic Health Physio

The muscles of the pelvic floor are essential to healthy sexual function.

They help sustain erection, control the ejaculatory reflex and intensify the pleasure of orgasm.

The medical research advocates that optimising pelvic floor muscle function should be a first line approach for addressing premature ejaculation.

Weak pelvic floor muscles with poor endurance can make it difficult to bring yourself back from orgasms point of no return.

Likewise, overactive pelvic floor muscles can drive you towards orgasm.

That’s why it is essential to work towards having pelvic floor muscles that are strong with good endurance whilst also having the ability to relax and let them be off.

With the use of Non Invasive Biofeedback and Real-Time Ultrasound Biofeedback, we can assess your pelvic floors performance very accurately and make sure that you are certain of what you need to do with your pelvic floor to enhance sexual performance. Neither of these assessments require you to undress.

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PelviPower Magnetic Field Therapy (MFT) uses repetitive magnetic impulses to trigger comfortable but powerful contractions of the pelvic floor and surrounding muscles.

With contractions much stronger than you can achieve yourself, the function, coordination and strength of the pelvic floor is improved. We use this amazing therapy tool in different ways to either increase or decrease tone in the muscles depending on which ability needs to be enhanced.

There is no need to undress as you train in your every day clothes.

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Non Invasive Biofeedback Training

The Bio-Feedback Trainer is a precise training tool which is designed to increase the perception, coordination and control of your pelvic floor.

A highly sensitive sensor sits near your pelvic floor and reacts to its slightest contractions (through your clothes). Data collected provides a visual result to you and the therapist, displayed in real time on a monitor in front of you.

This is an awesome tool for assessment but also for helping you improve the coordination and awareness required to control the timing of orgasm in a non embarrassing way.

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