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Doctor Explains Why Men Last Longer During Sex In The Morning

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Doctor Explains Why Men Last Longer During Sex In The Morning

It's the age old problem for men: how can you last longer in bed. Well, a medical expert going by the name therealsabidcoctor has explained how you might go about doing just that.

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In a post to his TikTok channel, the doc revealed that when you choose to do the no pants dance is hugely important, and that you might want to think about getting your bonk in early doors.

He says: "Ladies, here's a little sex tip for you, especially if you're not very impressed with your partner's sexual stamina.

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"Testosterone, which is the male sex hormone, is usually highest in the early mornings.

"This translates to stronger erections and more potential rounds of sex.

"This means you are likely to get the strongest erections and most rounds of sex in the early mornings than at any other time."

Adding: "The bottom line here is essentially that you should be intentionally strategic, stop leaving things to chance."

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Credit: TikTok/therealsabidoctor
Credit: TikTok/therealsabidoctor

But if this doesn't quite do the trick, fear not, because another specialist recently shared her handy hint to help you go the distance.

In a video to her TikTok account, Starielle Hope revealed that it's important you understand how aroused you are at any one time, as it could make all the difference.

She says: "Number one is to know your arousal level on a scale from one to 10.

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"A lot of men don't know how aroused they are, they're not in touch with the sensation, and they can go from, let's say, if one is not turned on, 10 is 'I'm gonna cum'.

"They can go from two or three to eight or nine without realising and then all of a sudden they've gone over the edge.

Credit: TikTok/Starielle Hope
Credit: TikTok/Starielle Hope

"So as you are feeling excited, what you need to do is track your numbers; are you at a one, two, three, four, five, six? That's all you need to do."

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But what does that actually mean in real terms?

In a separate video, Starielle expanded further on what you need to do next.

She says: "Once you know your arousal level, you're going to practise bringing yourself up to about an eight and then letting yourself calm down to about a four or a five, and bring yourself back up to about and eight again, stop, let yourself calm down.

"So this is a practice called 'edging'. You're gonna want to do it three times, and it allows you to practise getting to a high arousal level without going past the point of no return."

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/therealsabidoctor

Topics: Science, Doctor, Entertainment, Bed, Sex, Health, tiktok

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