What Are PC Muscles? How To Master Your Ejaculation?

Today I want to delve into the topic that has plagued a lot of relationships. Many of us suffer from problems such as performance anxiety, premature ejaculation, women’s erotic satisfaction etc. These can be resolved fairly quickly with the help of a few exercises that work on your pelvic floor muscles to improve sexual function.

So what are PC muscles? PC muscles aren’t an abbreviation for Politically Correct. Instead, it stands for Pubococcygeus muscles. Both men and women have PC muscles. They provide support to your pelvic organs, including your urethra, bladder, and bowel. They help hold your organs in place, enhancing good bladder control and sexual function. Many factors can weaken your pelvic muscles, including the surgical removal of the prostate and conditions such as diabetes and a leaking bladder. Kegel exercises can help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which may assist in stronger erections, more powerful ejaculation and more intense orgasms for both men and women. Kegels may additionally help women who have issues with experiencing an orgasm.

Keep in mind, that just as it takes time to strengthen your biceps, triceps, like any other muscle in your body, it takes time to strengthen muscles in your pelvic floor. You can also master your ejaculation through Kegel exercises.

Among women, the benefits of Kegel can include improved sexual functioning like increased sexual desire, relief from ache during intercourse, also greater ease in attaining orgasm. Among men, the benefits can include better erections and greater ejaculatory control. In fact, Kegel exercises have been used to successfully treat both erectile disorder and premature ejaculation in some cases. Some sex researchers have also suggested that Kegel exercises may be helpful to men who want to experience more than one orgasm.

In order to get the benefits of these exercises, you have to do two things.

First, you need to identify your PC muscles for which you have to pretend that you are stopping and starting the flow of urine and take note of what that feels like and where you feel it. You shouldn’t stop your urine mid-stream on a frequent basis, but it’s okay to try once or twice to locate your PC muscle.

Secondly, ensure you’re doing the exercises correctly. While there are all sorts of variations, here are a few basic exercises –


Contract your PC muscles. Hold for a count of three or five seconds. Build up progressively to a count of twenty. Repeat ten times and practice daily. As is the case with all muscles, you should strengthen the PC muscle slowly and regularly. Additionally, you can add quick Kegels. Contract and release the muscle for ten seconds. Loosen up for ten seconds after which do it once more. Do 5-10 repetitions. Attempt “rolling” Kegel with your PC muscle. Squeeze only at the entrance to your vagina at first, and then “roll” the contraction up to the length of your vagina and go back down. Do 5-10 repetitions.


The same Kegel exercises that women follow can be practiced by men. Halfway through urination, stop or slow down the flow of urine. When doing this refrain from tensing the muscles in your buttocks, abdomen, legs and other unrelated muscles. This is relatively easier for men because there are fewer different muscles in the pelvic floor, therefore it’s easier to isolate the right muscles. Once you can stop or slow the flow of urine, you have successfully recognized PC Muscles. To do Kegel exercises, contract PC muscles for a slow count of five. After that release the muscles to a slow count of five. Repeat the contraction & release at least10 times. Do a set of 10 Kegels 3 times daily over a sufficient period of time to achieve results.

I hope through this article I’ve shed some light on how to master your ejaculation and enhance your sexual performance. Although remember, Kegel exercises are really only linked to benefits in cases where the exercises are performed regularly for an extended period of time. You’re unlikely to experience much (if any) benefit if you only do the exercises for a few days or from time to time.

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