Empty your bladder before sex. Emptying your bladder of urine helps to control orgasm, because the prostate gland
, which triggers ejaculation, is just beside the bladder and can press on it.
Masturbate first. If you are too excited, then give yourself release early. It usually will take longer to reach a second orgasm.
Relax your thighs and bottom. If these muscles are tense, you will experience orgasm sooner.
Think about having sex without having to have an orgasm. Have an orgasm during masturbation, but in your mind separate sex with your partner from having orgasms. Concentrate instead on your partner’s pleasure.
Lie under your partner. This helps you to maintain control, as your weight will not be pressing down through your penis. In addition, if you are on top, you have to hold yourself up, which in itself increases the tension in your body. If you want to be on top, lie across your partner’s body, with one of your legs resting between your partner’s legs. This decreases the weight through your penis and eases your tension.
Stop what you’re doing if you feel yourself getting close to climax. Breathe deeply and relax.