Male multiple orgasms? Impossible! Crazy! Are words I regularly hear. But it’s quite easy, once you understand the basics of male orgasm.
There are 3 main ways through which male multiple orgasms can be experienced;
1. Through preventing ejaculation by training the PC (pubococcygeus muscle).
2. Through prostate stimulation.
3. By inhibiting prolactin release, thereby preventing the refractory period (time to next erection).
Training the PC/Kegel Exercises
Your PC muscle (pubococcygeus muscle), controls the flow of urine and semen through the urethra (the tube that connects your bladder and seminal vesicles, to the end of your penis).
After you ejaculate, a hormone called prolactin is released, which inhibits sexual desire and the ability to retain an erection.
By contracting your PC muscle (also called Kegel exercises), you can prevent your semen from entering the urethra, and ultimately the dreaded prolactin increase. No prolactin, means no inhibition of sex, and thus the ability to have male multiple orgasms!
If you’re not sure which muscle to contract, try stopping the flow of pee while urinating. You should be able to flex and release the PC muscle at will, resulting in the stopping and starting of urination.
Sounds easy right? Well… it takes time to build the stamina of your PC muscle, and consistent training over a number of weeks, needs should be done for optimal results.
To get the right timing, your PC muscle should be contracted just prior to orgasm… before the “point of no return.”
Sample Training Plan
– Contract your PC muscle for 5 seconds.
– Relax for 5 seconds.
– Repeat up to 10 times.
– Best results should be expected when completed multiple times per day.
– After your stamina has grown over a number of weeks, try increasing your contractions to 10 seconds at a time.
Once you’ve built yourself up to an suitable level, practice flexing your PC muscle while masturbating, just prior to ejaculation. Easy does it. Don’t overshoot the mark!
As you feel you are about to come, bare down on your PC muscle, while stopping manual stimulation. This should allow the sensation of orgasm to go fade. The flexing of your PC muscle should prevent ejaculation, allowing you to continue. Keep practicing to hone your awareness of the proper start and stop times by contracting your PC muscle.
After you’ve mastered this step, try having at it during a real sex session with a significant other. The transition from exercises, to masturbation, to sex, should allow for much easier male multiple orgasms.
If you are having trouble achieving multiples, most likely your PC muscle is either not strong enough, or you’re missing the appropriate mind-body control. Continue with the Kegel exercises listed above, building your strength and endurance, while honing your mind-body connection during your regular masturbatory sessions.
Like most men, you may feel uncomfortable putting something up your behind. All I can say is… you don’t know what you’re missing until you’ve tried it! Comparing prostate orgasms to penile orgasms, is apples to oranges. They are on an entirely different level.
Prostate orgasms are much more intense and last much longer than regular penile orgasms. Also, since you don’t ejaculate during prostate orgasms, your refractory period (time between erections/sex) is no longer an issue. Again, no ejaculation, no prolactin. Therefore no end to sex!
A prostate stimulation device called the Aneros, suits this purpose ideally. It was originally developed for medical purposes, to help men relieve congested prostate fluid while promoting general prostate health. After experimental trials, it quickly led to reports of men experiencing intense prostate pleasure!
Quoted from the Aneros website;
“As far as the sexual benefits go, those achieved by men using the Aneros are truly singularity, non-ejaculatory, full-body shaking, continuous orgasms which can come in waves, minutes at a time.”
“We’ve had customers tell us that in the midst of these “Super-Orgasms” their beds shake uncontrollably, they lose all sense of time, and make “fierce” animal noises. They have told us these orgasms are so beautiful that they cried with joy, and as a result have even become better husbands to their wives, that their lives were changed forever. These orgasms are on an entirely different level than a traditional penile orgasm, physically, mentally, and spiritually.”
Lastly, male multiple orgasms can be achieved through the use of the dopamine agonist drug Cabergoline (Dostinex, Cabaser), which inhibits the release of prolactin both before and after sex.
You can still ejaculate or come, and continue having sex, since this “go to sleep and low libido hormone” is released to a much lesser extent.
This also means your refractory period (time between erections), will be greatly diminished. Instead of waiting a day or longer like most older men, the refractory period may be skipped altogether!
It gives you the libido of youth, while increasing the intensity of sex and experience of orgasm!
Brian Hildebrandt writes regularly on men’s health issues such as male depression, testosterone replacement, and sexual dysfunction.
His personal website: http://www.mens-hormonal-health.com
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