Can a Big Male Organ Size Encourage Early Seed Release?

by John Dugan Owner

Male organ size has probably been a big deal going back to the time of the caveman, but the obsession with having a big male organ has increased in modern culture. This is in spite of the facts that there are not physical male organ health benefits to a larger male organ size and that more often skill trumps size when it comes to sensual satisfaction. However, the visual appeal of a big male organ continues to make it desirable among many men (and many partners). Yet there are some downsides associated with large male organ size, and one of them might be that it can increase the chance of early seed release.

Early seed release

Most men are aware of early seed release, which involves releasing seed “too soon” after penetration. According to most medical experts, “too soon” is basically categorized as within 1 minute or less of female organ penetration. (The typical time to seed release for a man otherwise is between 4 and 8 minutes.) However, in practice, early seed release depends upon the expectations of the individual man and his partner(s); some define it as simply releasing seed before their partner reaches sensual release, whether that means 1 minute or 1 hour. Around a third of men are thought to experience early seed release on a somewhat regular basis.

There are several factors that might bring about early seed release, but in general it occurs because the tumescent member has received a degree of frictional stimulation such that his body responds by releasing seed. And this is where having a big male organ might be a drawback.

How might big male organ size matter?

A common complaint among men with big male organs, and especially those whose girth is above average, is the tightness associated with female organ penetration. (For the woman, this can result in significant pain for her.) Sometimes the tightness is so extreme that penetration is impossible, but more often the degree of tightness increases the degree of friction. With increased friction comes increased stimulation, and this in turn may lead to a case of early seed release.

Early seed release is usually a cause of distress and embarrassment for any man, but may be especially so for a man with a large male organ size. Having a large member leads to expectations on the part of many women that the man will be an exceptional lover; if he then releases quickly, the added expectation adds to his feelings of inadequacy.

What to do

If the cause of a man’s early seed release seems to be due to his big male organ, there are a couple of options that he can consider that could help:

- Increase the lubrication. Hopefully, a man with a big male organ is already using lubricant during coupling, in order simply to ease penetration pain for his partner. (This is especially true for those engaging in posterior coupling, as the posterior does not have the female organ’s ability to “help things along” by producing natural lubricant.) Where a big male organ is concerned, it’s better to overestimate the amount of creme than to underestimate the amount needed.

- Increase foreplay. Taking time to relax the female organ via manual or oral stimulation (as well as via kissing, cuddling, and stroking of other erogenous zones) can help to increase female organ receptive abilities.

When the cause of early seed release moves strictly beyond male organ size, a man may wish to consult a doctor to determine what additional treatments he can consider.

Early seed release from a big male organ size can be a challenge, so a man doesn’t need other male organ health issues on top of it. Therefore, he needs to make daily application of a first-class male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) a priority. The chosen oil should include moisturizers like shea butter and vitamin E to help keep the manhood skin nice and smooth; dry manhood skin does not help penetrative issues. The oil should also contain vitamin C, a key component of collagen, a tissue in the body that gives skin its tone and elasticity.

Visit for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity, and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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