Desensitizing condoms – do they work?

By on August 22, 2013

You’ve been waiting for this for a long time. You have been sending each other dirty messages, discussed your wildest fantasies and built up the anticipation. When you finally meet, you can’t keep your hands off of each other. All goes well, passionate kissing, fondling, foreplay…. But when it’s time for the best part, it’s over before it even started. Frustrating, isn’t it?

Unfortunately, for many men premature ejaculation is a frequent problem. While learning how to control this and last longer in bed will take some time, using desensitizing condoms promises a quick fix. Let’s see if there is any truth to it and if this kind condom can guarantee you a long and satisfying intercourse.

What are Desensitizing condoms?

Desensitizing or climax control condoms are special condoms that come with benzocaine lubricant or other numbing agents inside the condom to take away some of the penis sensitivity thus helping to delay ejaculation in men.

When you put on this condom, you will feel the numbing effect take place as the gel in the condom comes in contact with the head of your penis. But is it all that good? Lets take a look at the pros and cons of using such desensitizing condoms.

Pros

They really do what they promise. You will last much longer than you usually do. You won’t get over-excited as your penis is less sensitive than usual. Your woman will surely love that as it gives her time to really enjoy sex. You will also love making her feel good.

Cons

The major flaw of these condoms is that while you please your partner, you won’t feel too much yourself. You could, and probably will, last longer, but it will not be the same for you as half the excitement will be gone and the whole experience will not be what it should be.

Another thing that might happen, is that in the heat of the moment you hurry and put the condom on inside out. Just think what might happen then and who is going to feel the numbing effect? Not cool at all, so take your time to make sure that you get it right.

Where to buy Desensitizing condoms?

Desensitizing condoms can be bought in stores as well as ordered online. While your local grocery store or gas station might not stock these, they should be available in most pharmacies. However, if you are too embarrassed to buy these in person, might as well order online. Make sure to get the right size and use a quality brand, just to see that everything will work out.

Alternatives?

These condoms do offer an alternative to ejaculating early,which is pretty much what any man who suffers from PE wants. You could also looking into desensitizing creams and sprays like Stud100 or our favorite Promescent. Additional options are to look into special exercises and mind control methods that you could use.

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