Ejaculation Trainer Review

When you start researching the subject of premature ejaculation on the web, you find everything from free articles written by experts, to low quality, cheezy crap thrown together by sales affiliates promoting everything from self-help cures to unnatural pills and awkward creams, sprays, and gels. Personally, I always prefer to approach health issues from an natural, internal perspective, with the goal of finding a real cure that addresses the cause of the problem, not just covering up the symptom.

Ejaculation Trainer by Matt Wutzke

Ejaculation Trainer by Matt Wutzke

Externally applied substances, or strange sexual aids,and devices, simply do not appeal to me as a real solution to the problem of premature ejaculation. Those seem more like superficial crutches, and in my opinion, they are temporary at best.

So, lets talk about a program that is specifically designed to work at the core level of the problem, to restore optimal function of the body - naturally, and without relying on crutches or "parlor tricks".

Ejaculation Trainer is the best selling, highest quality training program available on the market for curing premature ejaculation. It was developed by professional sex therapist, Matt Wutske. The interesting thing about Matt is that this guy worked as a counselor for men on sexual issues, at the same point in his life that he was actually experiencing premature ejaculation as a problem in his own sex life. Kind of ironic, since his profession was that of helping other guys overcome their sexual dysfunction.

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This just goes to show that so much of "conventional wisdom" and commonly accepted practices in the western medical approach to this problem simply don't work. This man had advanced education and training as a sex therapist, and yet was unable at that time to make that knowledge work for him.

Ultimately, he became highly motivated to conquer his problem, not only for the satisfaction of having a healthy sex life, but to rid himself of the feeling of being a hypocrite in his professional life. This experience led him on a path to curing his own premature ejaculation, and that experience turned out to form the blueprint that has helped so many guys overcome the problem of premature ejaculation.

One great thing about Ejaculation Trainer is that it is not just a re-hash of all the same old "tips and tricks" for lasting longer that you hear all over the place from conventional wisdom to articles in men's magazines online and off. Things like "stop and go", or "the squeeze", "PC exercises", and the classic one that I heard in junior high for the first time: "Dude - just think about dead puppies (i.e. insert favorite stomach wrenching visual) and you'll be fine..."

Okay, sure, some of those "tips" may be valid, and they may work occasionally or at least play a role in overall self-control while in bed. But, people have been trying to rely on that stuff for decades, and many men (somewhere between 40% and 75% depending on whose statistics you reference) are suffering from premature ejaculation. If those "free tips" hailing from "conventional wisdom" were really so effective, would so many of us still have this problem? Doubtful.

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Ejaculation Supremacy Review

Ejaculation Supremacy is one of the newest downloadable training programs on the market for curing premature ejaculation. I’ve recently acquired a copy of it and went through it chapter by chapter, for the purpose of providing an unbiased review for my blog readers.


Ejaculation Supremacy

Ejaculation Supremacy was written by Chris Bailey. Chris claims to be at once a “regular Joe” and an “expert on premature ejaculation.” He describes his credentials as deriving from 9 years worth of experimentation with sexual techniques spanning sexual relations with more than 50 women (go Chris!) I could only guess he would be an expert after seeing that much action. Apparently, Chris also has experience counseling other men in overcoming premature ejaculation.


Ejaculation Supremacy covers a very complete range of approaches to premature ejaculation, from physical and mental techniques to topical treatments, erectile dysfunction medication, and the use of alcohol as a strategy to combatting PE. Although I don’t particularly subscribe to topical or internal pharmaceutical medicines, or alcohol, in dealing with premature ejaculation, I do like the idea that Ejaculation Supremacy acts as a kind of reference guide that makes an attempt to cover the subject from multiple perspectives, and provides a “something for everyone” approach to PE. Here is a quick screen shot of the Ejaculation Supremacy Table of Contents:

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Review of Ejaculation Supremacy Table of Contents

As you can see from the table of contents, Ejaculation Supremacy packs a fairly large volume of information on a wide range of issues relevant to premature ejaculation cures.


One notable characteristic of this book that makes it quite useful is Chris’s organizational structure of each chapter, especially those which cover a particular method or cure. In essence, he identifies the subject, describes what it is and how it works, and then includes a “hands on” module that explains in exact detail how to implement the particular technique or cure immediately. He concludes each one of these with a “Verdicts” section that prompts the reader to draw their own conclusions about how well the technique worked for them. In essence, he is inviting the reader to try every and all of the possible solutions, according to their own tastes and preferences.


I found the section on hypnosis intriguing, because this is not a technique that I have much experience with, but it seem intuitively to be worth exploring. He specifically gets into self-hypnosis, which appeals to me much as being more useful, and less embarassing, than working with a hypnotherapist for the purposes of overcoming PE.


Also, Chris rightly teaches his readers to choose a mind set towards sex that involves putting the pleasure of your partner over your own, as a practical matter in controlling premature ejaculati0n, and also to help his readers understand that the experience of sexual union goes beyond physical pleasure.


Overall, Chris’s resource is very complete, and offers a practical step-by-step approach to implementing a wide variety of techniques for curing premature ejaculation. Although several of his methods do not resonate with me as options I personally would pursue, such as the use of topical treatments or alcohol, I understand that they will appeal to a percentage of people as perfectly valid and easy to implement options. And 0n the other hand, I find a fair majority of his techniques in total agreement with my own overall beliefs and approaches.


I would make a final note about Chris’s generous bonus package. Besides the main text of Ejaculation Supremacy, you also receive 5 bonus manuls covering everything from enlarging your penis size naturally, to the secrets of giving your woman ecstatic orgasms. In fact, here is a complete list of the bonuses you receive with this book, which also includes a standard 60 day money-back guarantee:


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Free Bonus #3How To Give Your Woman Screaming Orgasms – this is the perfect companion report to Ejaculation Supremacy! Defeating PE is the main hurdle in becoming a master lover. But what if you make your woman beg you to bring her to yet another shuddering orgasm like no other man can?

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Chris Bailey’s Ejaculation Supremacy is a highly complete, authoritive survey of how to cure premature ejaculation. It provides a great deal of actionable content, along with a very healthy offering of bonus material. My suggestion to you is to look over the Table of Contents above. If you find that you are interested in or drawn to a fair number of the topics covered in the book then you will likely be very happy with your purchase. If for any reason you are not, the 60 day money back guarantee eliminates all risk to you. You can, for any or no reason at all, request your money back and will receive it, no questions asked. You even get to keep all the material (including bonuses) so there really is no risk. Click the image below and check out the order page for more information at Ejaculation Supremacy:

Ejaculation Supremacy

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J Endocrinol Invest. 2012 Jul 9;
Corona G, Rastrelli G, Maseroli E, Balercia G, Sforza A, Forti G, Mannucci E, Maggi M

Background. Despite their efficacy in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) the popularity of inhibitors of 5α-reductase (5ARIs) is limited by their association with adverse sexual side effects. However, the real impact of 5ARIs on sex hormones and sexual function is controversial. Aim. To investigate the role of 5ARIs therapy on hormonal parameters and sexual function in men already complaining of sexual problems. Material and Methods. A consecutive series of 3837 men (mean age 63.5±12.8 years) attending our outpatient clinic for sexual dysfunction was retrospectively studied. Several clinical, biochemical and instrumental (penile color doppler ultrasound; PCDU) factors were evaluated. Results. Among the patients studied, 78.7% reported erectile dysfunction, 51.1% hypoactive sexual desire (HSD), 86.7% perceived reduced sleep-related erections (PR-SREs) and 19.1% premature ejaculation. The use of 5ARIs was associated with an increased risk of HSD and PR-SRs whereas no relationship was found with erectile dysfunction and ejaculation disturbances. Subjects using 5ARIs also more frequently had gynaecomastia along with reduced SHBG and higher calculated free testosterone levels. All these associations were confirmed in a case-control study comparing 5ARIs users with age-body mass index-smoking status and total testosterone matched controls. Conclusions. Our data indicates that use of 5ARIs in men with sexual dysfunction does not significantly exacerbate pre-existing ejaculatory or erectile difficulties, but can further impair their sexual life by reducing sexual drive and spontaneous erection.

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J Endocrinol Invest. 2012 Jul 9;
Corona G, Rastrelli G, Maseroli E, Balercia G, Sforza A, Forti G, Mannucci E, Maggi M

Background. Despite their efficacy in the treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) the popularity of inhibitors of 5α-reductase (5ARIs) is limited by their association with adverse sexual side effects. However, the real impact of 5ARIs on sex hormones and sexual function is controversial. Aim. To investigate the role of 5ARIs therapy on hormonal parameters and sexual function in men already complaining of sexual problems. Material and Methods. A consecutive series of 3837 men (mean age 63.5±12.8 years) attending our outpatient clinic for sexual dysfunction was retrospectively studied. Several clinical, biochemical and instrumental (penile color doppler ultrasound; PCDU) factors were evaluated. Results. Among the patients studied, 78.7% reported erectile dysfunction, 51.1% hypoactive sexual desire (HSD), 86.7% perceived reduced sleep-related erections (PR-SREs) and 19.1% premature ejaculation. The use of 5ARIs was associated with an increased risk of HSD and PR-SRs whereas no relationship was found with erectile dysfunction and ejaculation disturbances. Subjects using 5ARIs also more frequently had gynaecomastia along with reduced SHBG and higher calculated free testosterone levels. All these associations were confirmed in a case-control study comparing 5ARIs users with age-body mass index-smoking status and total testosterone matched controls. Conclusions. Our data indicates that use of 5ARIs in men with sexual dysfunction does not significantly exacerbate pre-existing ejaculatory or erectile difficulties, but can further impair their sexual life by reducing sexual drive and spontaneous erection.

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BJU Int. 2012 Jul 3;
Wyllie MG, Powell JA

What’s known on the subject? and What does the study add? It is now accepted that both biological and psychological factors are important in the aetiology of premature ejaculation (PE). Of particular interest is the correlation between ejaculatory latency and penile sensory thresholds. Men with PE appear to have a heightened sensory response to penile stimulation and also generally exhibit other abnormal reflex pathways within the ejaculatory process, suggesting a link between penile hypersensitivity and PE. Considering these sensory differences, drugs that selectively produce some degree of penile desensitization or act within the afferent-efferent reflex could delay ejaculatory latency without adversely affecting the sensation of ejaculation. This review evaluates published clinical trial data for local anaesthetics used off-label in PE as well as novel topical agents in development. New analyses of the phase III data are presented for topical eutectic mixture for PE (TEMPE, also known as PSD502, Plethora Solutions Plc., London), a proprietary formulation of lidocaine and prilocaine in a metered-dose aerosol delivery system. OBJECTIVES: •  To review the published clinical trial data for local anaesthetics used off-label in premature ejaculation (PE), as well as novel topical agents in development. •  To evaluate the safety and efficacy of topical eutectic mixture for PE (TEMPE) in subjects with PE and their sexual partners using all available phase III data. RESULTS: •  Topical treatments can be applied as needed and systemic side-effects are unlikely. However, existing off-label topical treatments for PE have several disadvantages: they can be messy, interfere with spontaneity, and could cause numbness in the man or his partner. •  Several novel topical agents are in development for the treatment of PE. TEMPE appears to be closest to approval. •  TEMPE, applied 5 min before sexual intercourse (539 subjects) resulted in an increase in the geometric mean intra-vaginal ejaculatory time (IELT) from a baseline of 0.58 min to 3.17 min during 3 months of double-blind treatment; a 3.3-fold delay in ejaculation compared with placebo (P < 0.001). •  IELT continued to increase further with continued use of TEMPE throughout the double-blind and open-label phases. •  Treatment with TEMPE also resulted in marked improvements in subjective measures, e.g. ejaculatory control, sexual satisfaction and distress, with little or no evidence of systemic side-effects and minimal desensitization of the genitalia in subjects or their sexual partners. CONCLUSIONS: •  The use of a topical agent could be an acceptable first-line option for PE, given the favourable risk/benefit ratio of these products. •  Topical aerosol application of TEMPE may provide safe, effective, on-demand treatment for PE.

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J Adolesc Health. 2012 Jul; 51(1): 25-31
Mialon A, Berchtold A, Michaud PA, Gmel G, Suris JC

The purposes of this study are to measure the prevalence of premature ejaculation (PE) and erectile dysfunction (ED) among a population of Swiss young men and to assess which factors are associated with these sexual dysfunctions in this age-group.For each condition (PE and ED), we performed separate analyses comparing young men suffering from the condition with those who were not. Groups were compared for substance use (tobacco, alcohol, cannabis, other illegal drugs, and medication without a prescription), self-reported body mass index, sexual orientation, physical activity, professional activity, sexual experience (sexual life length and age at first intercourse), depression status, mental health, and physical health in a bivariate analysis. We then used a log-linear analysis to consider all significant variables simultaneously.Prevalence rates for PE and ED were 11% and 30%, respectively. Poor mental health was the only variable to have a direct association with both conditions after controlling for potential confounders. In addition, PE was directly associated with tobacco, illegal drugs, professional activity, and physical activity, whereas ED was directly linked with medication without a prescription, length of sexual life, and physical health.In Switzerland, one-third of young men suffer from at least one sexual dysfunction. Multiple health-compromising factors are associated with these dysfunctions. These should act as red flags for health professionals to encourage them to take any opportunity to talk about sexuality with their young male patients.

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Maturitas. 2012 Jun 19;
Cuadros JL, Fernández-Alonso AM, Cuadros-Celorrio AM, Fernández-Luzón N, Guadix-Peinado MJ, Del Cid-Martín N, Chedraui P, Pérez-López FR,

BACKGROUND: Studies assessing perceived stress and insomnia in mid-aged women are scarce. OBJECTIVE: To assess perceived stress, insomnia and related factors in mid-aged Spanish women. METHOD: This was a cross sectional study in which 235 women aged 40-65 completed the Menopause Rating Scale (MRS), the Perceived Stress Scale (PSS), the Insomnia Severity Index (ISI), and a general socio-demographic questionnaire containing personal and partner data. Internal consistency of each tool was also computed. RESULTS: Median [interquartile range] age of the sample was 52 [9.0] years. A 61.3% were postmenopausal, 49.4% had increased body mass index values, 43.8% were abdominally obese, 11.9% had hypertension, and 74.0% had a partner. In addition, 9.8% used hormone therapy and 12.3% psychotropic drugs. Multiple linear regression analysis found that higher PSS scores (more stress) inversely correlated with female age and positively with MRS psychological and urogenital scores (impaired quality of life in these domains), total higher ISI scores (more insomnia) and partner premature ejaculation. Higher ISI scores positively correlated with PSS and MRS somatic scores and partner unfaithfulness, and inversely with female hip circumference. CONCLUSION: In this mid-aged Spanish sample perceived stress and insomnia were significantly correlated and related to various female and partner issues.

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Maturitas. 2012 Jun 19;
Cuadros JL, Fernández-Alonso AM, Cuadros-Celorrio AM, Fernández-Luzón N, Guadix-Peinado MJ, Del Cid-Martín N, Chedraui P, Pérez-López FR,

BACKGROUND: Studies assessing perceived stress and insomnia in mid-aged women are scarce. OBJECTIVE: To assess perceived stress, insomnia and related factors in mid-aged Spanish women. METHOD: This was a cross sectional study in which 235 women aged 40-65 completed the Menopause Rating Scale (MRS), the Perceived Stress Scale (PSS), the Insomnia Severity Index (ISI), and a general socio-demographic questionnaire containing personal and partner data. Internal consistency of each tool was also computed. RESULTS: Median [interquartile range] age of the sample was 52 [9.0] years. A 61.3% were postmenopausal, 49.4% had increased body mass index values, 43.8% were abdominally obese, 11.9% had hypertension, and 74.0% had a partner. In addition, 9.8% used hormone therapy and 12.3% psychotropic drugs. Multiple linear regression analysis found that higher PSS scores (more stress) inversely correlated with female age and positively with MRS psychological and urogenital scores (impaired quality of life in these domains), total higher ISI scores (more insomnia) and partner premature ejaculation. Higher ISI scores positively correlated with PSS and MRS somatic scores and partner unfaithfulness, and inversely with female hip circumference. CONCLUSION: In this mid-aged Spanish sample perceived stress and insomnia were significantly correlated and related to various female and partner issues.

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Arch Sex Behav. 2012 Jun 14;
Kempeneers P, Andrianne R, Bauwens S, Georis I, Pairoux JF, Blairy S

Physiological, behavioral, cognitive, and emotional factors are generally acknowledged to play a role in premature ejaculation (PE). However, the nature and the extent of their etiological impact remain largely imprecise. The present study examined functional and psychometric dynamics at work in a PE population. A total of 461 men with PE and 80 partners completed an online questionnaire. The main outcome measures were self-reported ejaculatory latency time, the feeling of control upon ejaculation, sexual satisfaction, distress related to PE, trait anxiety (STAI-B), sexual cognitions (Sexual Irrationality Questionnaire [SIQ]), social anxiety (Liebowitz’s Social Anxiety Scale [LSAS] and Social Interaction Self-Statement Test [SISST]), and personality traits (Temperament and Character Inventory-Revised [TCI-R]). In our sample, the median latency time to ejaculation was between 1 and 2 min. Sexual satisfaction and distress correlated more strongly with the feeling of control than with the self-reported latency time. Men experienced more distress and dissatisfaction related to PE than did their partners, while overestimating their partners’ distress and dissatisfaction. PE participants’ scores differed significantly, albeit slightly, from STAI-B, SIQ, LSAS, and SISST norms. The differences were negligible on TCI-R. Some differences became stronger when subtypes were considered. Participants combining generalized and lifelong PE with self-reported latency times of <30 s reported lower sexual satisfaction and control, higher distress, higher social anxiety, and harm avoidance (TCI-R/HA) scores. By contrast, the situational subtype of PE was found to be characterized by a higher level of satisfaction, a greater feeling of control, less distress, and higher trait anxiety scores. However, the trends remained statistically discrete.

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Pharmacol Rev. 2012 Jun 7;
Giuliano F, Clèment P

Male sexual response comprises four phases: excitement, including erection; plateau; ejaculation, usually accompanied by orgasm; and resolution. Ejaculation is a complex sexual response involving a sequential process consisting of two phases: emission and expulsion. Ejaculation, which is basically a spinal reflex, requires a tight coordination between sympathetic, parasympathetic, and somatic efferent pathways originating from different segments and area in the spinal cord and innervating pelvi-perineal anatomical structures. A major relaying and synchronizing role is played by a group of lumbar neurons described as the spinal generator of ejaculation. Excitatory and inhibitory influences from sensory genital and cerebral stimuli are integrated and processed in the spinal cord. Premature ejaculation (PE) can be defined by ≤1-min ejaculatory latency, an inability to delay ejaculation, and negative personal consequences. Because there is no physiological impairment in PE, any pharmacological agent with central or peripheral mechanism of action that is delaying the ejaculation is a drug candidate for the treatment of PE. Ejaculation is centrally mediated by a variety of neurotransmitter systems, involving especially serotonin and serotonergic pathways but also dopaminergic and oxytocinergic systems. Pharmacological delay of ejaculation can be achieved either by inhibiting excitatory or reinforcing inhibitory pathways from the brain or the periphery to the spinal cord. PE can be treated with long-term use of selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) or tricyclic antidepressants. Dapoxetine, a short-acting SSRI, is the first treatment registered for the on-demand treatment of PE. Anesthetics applied on the glans penis have the ability to lengthen the time to ejaculation. Targeting oxytocinergic, neurokinin-1, dopaminergic, and opioid receptors represent future avenues to delaying ejaculation.

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Turk Psikiyatri Derg. 2012; 23(2): 99-107
Cüceloğlu EA, Hoşrik ME, Ak M, Bozkurt A

The objective of this study was to analyze the effect of age at circumcision on premature ejaculation (PE).The study included 40 healthy male controls and 40 male patients diagnosed as PE according to American Psychiatric Association criteria and the Golombok-Rust Inventory of Sexual Satisfaction (GRISS) premature ejaculation subscale. The 2 groups were compared according to age at circumcision and GRISS score.The PE group and control group were sociodemographically similar, but differed in marital status. The groups differed in GRISS communication, degree of satisfaction, avoidance, sensuality, erectile dysfunction, and PE subscale scores. These differences only displayed a dysfunction in the degree of satisfaction and premature ejaculation subscales. The groups also differed in age at circumcision; accordingly, those that were circumcised at ≥7 years of age had higher GRISS scores and a higher risk of having PE than those that were circumcised at >7 years of age.Age at circumcision had an effect on PE; circumcision at ≥7 years of age was associated with an increase in the risk of PE, as compared to circumcision at >7 years of age. We think that families should have their boys circumcised before the age of 7 years and highly recommend that the procedure be performed within in the first 3 years of life.

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Eur J Pharmacol. 2012 May 22;
da Silva FH, Claudino MA, Báu FR, Rojas-Moscoso JA, Mónica FZ, De Nucci G, Antunes E

The nitric oxide-cGMP signaling pathway modulates the ejaculatory functions. The nitric oxide (NO)-independent soluble guanylate cyclase haem-dependent stimulator BAY 41-2272 potently relaxes different types of smooth muscles. However, no study investigated its effects in vas deferens smooth muscle. Therefore, we designed experiments to evaluate the in vitro relaxing responses of vas deferens to BAY 41-2272. The effects of prolonged oral intake with BAY 41-2272 in vas deferens contractions of rats treated chronically with the NO synthase inhibitor N(ω)-nitro-L-arginine methyl ester (L-NAME) were also investigated. BAY 41-2272 (0.001-100μM) produced concentration-dependent relaxations in the prostatic and epididymal portions of vas deferens, an effect markedly reduced by the soluble guanylate cyclase inhibitor ODQ (100μM). BAY 41-2272 significantly increased cGMP levels that were fully prevented by ODQ. In separate protocols, rats received L-NAME (20mg/rat/day) concomitantly with BAY 41-2272 (20mg/kg/day, 4weeks), after which vas deferens contractions to electrical-field stimulation and noradrenaline were achieved. Electrical-field stimulation (1-32Hz) evoked frequency-dependent contractions that were significantly enhanced in L-NAME-treated rats. Co-treatment with BAY 41-2272 fully reversed the increased contractile responses in L-NAME group. Noradrenaline (0.01-1000μM)-induced contractions were also greater in L-NAME-treated rats, and that was normalized by BAY 41-2272. In conclusion, BAY 41-2272 potently relaxes in vitro rat vas deferens smooth muscle and elevates the cGMP levels in an ODQ-sensitive manner. Moreover, prolonged oral intake with BAY 41-2272 restores the enhanced contractile vas deferens activity in rats treated with L-NAME. NO-independent soluble guanylate cyclase stimulators may be an alternative treatment for premature ejaculation.

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