Yes, men can have multiples too (well… kind of). This guide explains a technique we’ve found helps men have multiple orgasms and last longer during sex.
When we think of having multiple orgasms without a refractory period, we usually don’t think about men being blessed with this ability, but they are. Our prostate squeeze technique allows men to have multiple orgasms without a refractory period and last longer in bed. Almost anyone can master this technique with a little work and practice.
When most men have an orgasm they experience a refractory period averaging from 15 minutes to 1 day. During the refractory period, they can’t establish an erection and have little desire for sex. Most women, however, are capable of enjoying multiple orgasms while making love to their husbands. When a woman has an orgasm, her level of arousal drops slightly afterward, but can quickly rebound if she’s continually being stimulated.
Male Anatomy: 101
Before we go into detail about learning how to have multiple orgasms, there are a few things you need to understand about the male body to be successful at achieving multiple orgasms.
His prostate is the gatekeeper for his semen, and controls its flow. During sex, his prostate starts to secrete prostate fluid. Some of the prostate fluid is sent through his urethra so that its pH is best suited for semen, and the rest of the prostate fluid builds up in anticipation of ejaculation. When orgasm occurs, the prostate mixes semen and prostate fluid and helps propel his semen during ejaculation.
Point Of No Return
Every man knows that feeling of the point of no return right before orgasm. During this time his prostate is mixing the prostate and semen in preparation for ejaculation.
During ejaculation the penile muscles from his anus to his prostate contract in a pulsing rhythm and shoots his semen out through his urethra to pollinate his wife’s flower.
Technique For Having Multiple Orgasms
It turns out that if a man has an orgasm without ejaculating he doesn’t lose his ability to keep an erection, and his libido stays high. So how does a man have an orgasm without ejaculating?
Prostate Squeeze Technique
The prostate acts like a door for his semen and controls its flow. A big reason for his orgasm is for procreation, and if his semen isn’t released during an orgasm his body allows more “chances” for procreation to happen (multiple orgasms).
How to do the Prostate Squeeze Technique
- Build up your prostate strength: First, you need to build up your prostate muscles. The only way to do this is by doing lots of kegel exercises. Start off with 5 reps in the morning and 5 in the afternoon, and slowly work your way up to 15 long reps twice a day. This will probably take up to a month to achieve. Kegels will strengthen your prostate so that when the time comes you can easily hold back the ejaculate.
- Timing and willpower is everything: Once you can easily do 15 long kegel reps twice a day, it’s time for your first try. When you’re making love to your wife, and you reach that point of no return before orgasm, squeeze your prostate just before the first orgasm “pulse” and hold tight through the orgasm so that none or very little of your semen is ejaculated. This part is a true test of will. It won’t feel as good as when you ejaculate, but you’ll still feel mildly satisfied after the orgasm. It’s also a good idea during your first few attempts to stop all stimulation during the orgasms to decrease the chances of ejaculating. Once it has passed, you can get back to work loving your wife.
- Practice makes perfect: Once you get the hang of our prostate squeeze technique, having multiple orgasms and lasting longer will become second nature.
If it doesn’t work the first time, don’t get discouraged. Go back to doing more kegels, and try again later. A strong prostate and the will to squeeze during an orgasm takes practice. Half of the fun is trying, right? 😉
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