At its best, sex should be something that we're always working to get better at — and to make better for our partners. Some of those improvements are easy to make, like exploring new sex positions that help get her off faster, or make you last longer, or that can easily be executed in a public space or tight quarters, like the backseat of a car. Enhancing your already stellar sex life can also be as simple as adding a new toy or lube into the mix — and figuring out exactly how you both like to use it becomes part of the fun. But we're here to talk about a more personal issue that men are left to figure out on their own — one that doesn't necessarily have an easy fix like a sex toy or position.
Male Orgasms - How Men Can Make Climax More Intense
Please be advised there are two sections on this topic, one by Dr. Stanley Ducharme, a sex therapist, and one by Dr. Ricardo Munarriz, a sexual medicine physician. For men, erectile dysfunction and ejaculatory problems are the most common sexual difficulties.
Read on to find out where that number came from, how ejaculation affects your prostate cancer risk, what happens to your sperm, and more. The article details the results of a study of 31, men published in the December issue of European Urology. The study in question relied on self-reported answers — once in and once in — about how often they ejaculated each month and whether they developed prostate cancer.