How to Prevent Premature Ejaculation: The doctor reveals a condom trick to keep you …

The doctor showed how to prevent premature ejaculation with a simple trick.

Premature ejaculation is a place where a person ejaculates too fast during a relationship.

According to the NHS, this is the most common problem of ejaculation.

Dr. Shahzadi Harper, an expert in menopause and hormonal changes that affect libido, has now presented a simple trick that can help prevent the problem.

In an exclusive conversation with Daily Star Online, she said, "If someone has anxiety or premature ejaculation, you can easily work through a technique that helps prevent premature ejaculation.

– Among other things, I suggest you carry two condoms to reduce the sensitivity.

There are also local aesthetics that can reduce the sensitivity.

"From an anxiety point of view, give them SSRI, which is usually classified as an antidepressant." [Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors] It's often enough if they need half an hour before sex. "

Dr. Harper announced that they would give the same advice to their clients who were affected by the problem.

However, the NHS condition with two condoms is not better than one, because it is more likely to break.

When a condom breaks down, there is a greater risk that you will get SPI.

The NHS recommends using only one by one.

Dr. Shahzadi runs the Harper Clinic on Harley Street. Her specialties include menopause, polycystic ovary syndrome, premenstrual stress disorder, healthy aging and body weight management.

Just a few days ago, the doctor introduced a simple exercise that could prevent erectile dysfunction.

Dr. Harper also announced that the doctor had best time for sex.

Dr. Shahzadi runs the Harper Clinic on Harley Street. Her specialties include menopause, polycystic ovary syndrome, premenstrual stress disorder, healthy aging and body weight management.