The European Association of Urology’s 29th meet heard about a new study. This study says that pelvic exercise can help patients with premature ejaculatory disorder. Antonio Pastore, MD, of Sapienza University of Rome with his team carried an experiment with 40 men who were in the age group of 19 to 46. All of them were suffering from premature ejaculation. They had undergone therapies and treatments but couldn’t see any noticeable difference.
Pastore and his team trained them to take up exercises to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles. This exercise schedule went on for 12 weeks at a stretch. Most men recorded an average ejaculation time of 31.7 seconds before the trial. The ejaculation timing showed a 4-fold increase after 12 weeks of pelvic workout. It increased by around 146 seconds.
Among the 40 men, 13 said they have noticed continuous increase of their ejaculation timing in six months while being on the pelvic exercise regime. 2 among them did not show any signs of improvement even after pelvic workouts. Other two dropped out early from the regime after they showed significant improvement.
According to Carlo Bettocchi, MD, of the University of Bari in Bari, Italy, it was a great find. Many men suffer from premature ejaculation these days, so anything that helps to overcome this problem is welcome. Moreover, through this method sufferers are the ones who are helping themselves getting rid of the problem. This sure has an added psychological benefit for them as well.
Source : Renal & Urology News