'Dry' Ejaculation in Men

chicmichiw chicmichiw
I've heard that men can stop ejaculation by doing a kegel-like exercise. Has anyone actually been able to control it?
01/06/2013
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kendra30752 kendra30752
I have read this too, but also read that the kegel exercise for men truly does nothing, so I don't even know what to believe. Guess we'd need to hear from someone who has practiced kegelling long enough to tell us. My male partner does kegels frequently, but we can't tell if anything has changed. I know he's never ejaculated without ejaculating. Lol. Never came with nothing coming out. He can definitely stop himself from orgasming VERY good though. He can continue on, stopping himself for a really long time when he wants to.
01/06/2013
Skindiver Skindiver
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Originally posted by chicmichiw
I've heard that men can stop ejaculation by doing a kegel-like exercise. Has anyone actually been able to control it?
I think I've--mostly--managed it a few times.
01/06/2013
MrWill MrWill
It can be done, but there is a certain point that if you don't have the muscles "flexed" in time so to speak... you aren't stopping it.


I personally, when I kegel at the right time, can keep going. All the feeling of an amazing orgasm, but no loss of erection or hypersensitivity. I must say though, that when done 2 or 3 times back to back... when I finally do just let go, sometimes it's a horrible let down. It's like speeding to edge of a cliff, teetering on the edge of falling into bliss, and then it's over.

I usually only hold back once unless I'm trying to do some stamina training (Yes, some men will "train" to last longer) and even then I only try to hold back 2 or 3 times. It can get downright painful if I don't actually cum
01/06/2013
Gr8pumpkin Gr8pumpkin
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Originally posted by chicmichiw
I've heard that men can stop ejaculation by doing a kegel-like exercise. Has anyone actually been able to control it?
I have experienced orgasms including the rhythmic muscular contractions associated with them and have not actually ejaculated. This used to happen much more frequently than lately, and it was entirely involuntary, though I do think you can train yourself to do that. Usually after the "dry" orgasm, I could go on and continue for a while before having a regular climax with ejaculation, which was much more intense. I wish I could do that more frequently, it was quite pleasure able.
05/28/2013
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