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Questions on edging


Questions on edging

Alright guys I have been doing P.E for about 6 months so now I am up to the advanced stuff like ulis and horse squeezes where you are basically fullly erect.. Now I also jerk it to the point where I am about to cum and than stop along with my workout all together my workout (excluding the stretches and warmup) is 20-30 minutes however does anybody think that I should edge longer?

1-2 hours edging , good luck with that !!

Wish I could handle it that long.

Hey thanks guys

Aim for 30 minutes minimum. If you can go that long by yourself, you can last as long as you want with “real sex” with a partner.

As to the 1-2 hours — I am not so sure about that.

If I go longer than 45 minutes or an hour, my penis hurts for days and get I get lowered erection quality. I think it is different for different guys so watch out.

This is a great article on edging technique if you haven’t seen it:

Edging - enhance your orgasm
Describes several techniques to perform orgasmic edging.

Originally Posted by sta-kool

Edging - enhance your orgasm
Describes several techniques to perform orgasmic edging.

That site is not working.

Originally Posted by zap51
That site is not working.

Wow, that is too bad.

Happily I saved a copy of the text.



Edging is the name of a sexual technique, enabling multiple (halve) orgasms and increasing the amount
of ejaculation fluid in males, and increasing the power of orgasm in both males and females. This technique has got nothing to do with tantra or other forms of meditation and concentration. Everyone can do this, if you follow the instructions on this page carefully.

In order to edge, you first have got to learn how your body works, and how it responds to sexual stimulation.


An orgasm is defined as the peak of sexual arousal, causing a very pleasurable feeling accompanied by
multiple contractions of the pelvic muscle. It is triggered by a nervous reflex controlled by the spinal
cord. It’s exact working is unknown, but in order for an orgasm to occur, different stages of sexual
excitement need to be passed through.

The first stage of sexual excitement, the excitement phase, occurs when stimuli from a number of sources
(psychological, tactile, visual, etcetera) raise sexual interest. Arteriolar dilatation and increased blood flow to
the genitals trigger an erection in males and an increase in vaginal lubrication in females. Increased amounts
of the hormone adrenaline and its relative, noradrenaline (a neurotransmitter), are released from the
adrenal glands. Excitement heightens with stimulation, in most cases by friction on or around the clitoris (in
females) or the glans (in males). Imagination and manipulation of the erogenous zones (like the nipples) can
play an important role as well. Continued stimulation results in the so-called plateau stage. When the sexual
excitement continues at this stage and reaches a certain threshold, it triggers orgasm. This threshold differs
from individual to individual, and is a result of inheritance, culture, taboos and training.

In males, orgasm consists out of two distinct stages: emission and expulsion (or ejaculation). Both emission
and ejaculation are under the control of the sympathetic nervous system. During the emission phase, sperm
is transported to the prostatic urethra (the name of the urethra running through the prostate). Afterwards,
during the expulsion phase, pleasurable rhythmic contractions of the urethra push out the sperm. Women
have no emission phase, but they do feel the same contractions in their lower abdomen.

The orgasm as a whole is an intensely pleasurable sensation variously described as emanating in the brain,
the penis and the testicles in males and the uterus and clitoris in females. The entire orgasm usually last
from 3 to 10 seconds, but rarely longer than 15 seconds. During orgasm the heart rate, blood pressure and
breathing rate reach peak levels. A number of brain chemicals are released: prolactin hormone,
phenylethylamine (also found in chocolate) and endorphin. The latter two are addictive and abstinence may
result in cravings and mild depression. Also, a hormone known as oxytocin is released from the posterior
pituitary glands. This hormone is believed to help strengthen the pelvic muscle contractions associated with

The edging technique is based on the fact that you can get several ‘mini’ or ‘half’ orgasms if all sexual
stimulation is stopped a split second before the so called ‘point of no return’ occurs. This is the point on
which the orgasm will start no matter what you do. With proper timing, you can fool your body and produce
several mini orgasms without actually having a full orgasm (accompanied with an ejaculation in males). One
edging session consists out of several of those mini-orgasms. The technique differs between men and
women, simply because men can use the feeling produced by the emission phase in order to edge.



The emission phase is the first phase of a male orgasm. Some men can feel their emission as a tickling sensation in their lower abdomen, caused by fluids moving towards the prostate. At the same time, the muscles in the abdomen clench down for one or two seconds and you can feel the fluids building up inside. This is a key moment in edging, as you’ll need to be able to recognize this moment in order to be able to postpone ejaculation. More on this later.

During the emission phase, sperm is prepared to be ejaculated. In fact, sperm consists out of several fluids, all mixed up inside the male body.

The first component, the spermatozoa, comes from the epididymis (the storage room of sperm on top of the testes). The spermatozoa travel from the epididymis through two vas deferens (sperm ducts or spermatic cord) till they reach the ampulla’s. The ampulla’s are just a wide part of the vas deferens, acting as a small container for the spermatozoa.

Although the vas deferens is the thickness of a pencil, the central channel running through it is only 0.25 to 0.33 mm in diameter (the width of a coarse hair). The remaining thickness of the vas is composed of muscles, needed to transport the spermatozoa to the ampulla’s.

The second (and largest) component is made in the two seminal vesicles. These look like small pouches, surrounded by small muscles. During the emission phase of the orgasm, they both contract forcing their contents towards the prostate. The seminal vesicles secrete a significant proportion of the fluid that ultimately becomes semen. About 60% of the seminal fluid originates from the seminal vesicles. Seminal vesicle secretions contain proteins, enzymes, fructose, phosphorylcholine and prostaglandins.

The contents of the two ampulla’s and the two seminal vesicles are pushed towards the prostate during the emission phase. The prostate gland is a cone-shaped gland about the size of a chestnut and is made up of connective tissue and smooth muscle. It can sometimes be felt by inserting a finger in the
anus. The prostate produces a white fluid, adding about 25% volume to the fluid. The three components of the sperm accumulate inside the prostatic urethra, the part of the urethra running through the prostate.



When the prostatic urethra is filled up with fluid, a second wave of nerve impulses starts to come into play. These impulses let the muscles associated with the bulb of the penis (called the bulbospongiosus muscles) contract. Once this stage is entered, ejaculation is inevitable and cannot be hold back (this is the so-called “point of no return”). The contractions force the semen out of the penis. During ejaculation, the prostate gland also closes the urethral duct leading towards the bladder in order to prevent sperm going up instead of down. This so-called retrograde ejaculation is common after prostate
operations, in which one of the bladder sphincters is often destroyed.

The more powerful the contractions during ejaculations are, the more pleasurable the orgasmic feeling will be, and the further the sperm will shoot out. There are normally 4 to 6 rhythmic contractions that occur at 0.8-second intervals, with the first ones being the strongest and most intense. As a general rule,
the volume of ejaculate averages around 2.75-3.4 ml after three days of abstinence. Not ejaculating for three or more days does not increase the volume, because ‘old’ sperm is absorbed by the body. Ejaculating once or more a day reduces the amount of sperm dramatically.

Just before reaching the base of the penis, sperm passes the bulbourethral glands (or Cowper’s glands, homologous to Bartholin’s glands in females). These are two small, rounded, and somewhat lobulated bodies of a yellow color, about the size of peas. They gradually diminish in size as age advances. These glands add a clear fluid to the sperm. Since Cowper’s glands start producing excretions during sexual arousal, this fluid can also appear on the top of the penis before ejaculation. This is why this secretion is called pre-cum or pre-ejaculate. As long as you are on the plateau phase, the glands will continue to produce fluid. Even if you normally have no pre-cum, chances that you’ll get to see your Cowper’s glands in action during the edging technique.



After a full orgasm consisting out of emission and ejaculation, a male enters into the so called PERT phase (post-ejaculatory refractory time). During this time heart rate, blood pressure and genital blood flow gradually return to normal. Nerves that trigger relaxation of the muscles lining the reproductive tract come into play, and the arteries supplying blood to the penis close down, causing loss of erection. If the plateau phase preceding orgasm does not result in emission, resolution occurs much slower. This causes pelvic congestion and light to heavy dragging sensations in the loins and testes - the so called “blue balls”.

During the recovery phase it is physiologically impossible for almost all men to get a new erection and/or an additional orgasm. The penis may be hypersensitive and further sexual stimulation may even feel painful during this time frame. The male body is conceived this way, because there is no more sperm available and - biologically spoken - further copulation is not needed.

The length of the refractory period varies widely between individuals, ranging from minutes to hours. Sexual interest may even be lost for a day or longer. An increased infusion of the hormone oxytocin during ejaculation is believed to be chiefly responsible for the refractory period and the amount by which oxytocin is increased may affect the length of each refractory period. The male sex drive drops dramatically during the resolution phase. While a new erection might be possible, some men take a day or two to get fully sexually aroused again. In females, there seems to be no or a reasonably small refractory period during which the clitoris is hypersensitive, so multiple orgasms are possible.




Since emission and ejaculation are two distinctive processes inside the male body, they can be separated with the edging technique. This enables men to have several (half) orgasms on a row without entering the PERT phase. Separating both requires some practice, but most of all a lot of discipline. When emission starts, our body wants us to continue stimulation for a few more seconds in order to start the ejaculation trigger. You’ll need to have the power to say ‘no’ to your own pleasurable feelings, which is not easy at all in the beginning. Most men automatically ejaculate after emission, simply because they don’t have the power to stop stimulation since it feels too good.

Edging is not difficult at all once you know what the emission phase feels like. Some men can feel the tickling sensation of the fluids moving from the ampulla’s and the seminal vesicles towards the prostate. All men, however, feel that their pelvic muscle (the so-called ‘pee muscle’) contracts during the emission phase. This feels like you need to go to the toilet, but you squeeze your muscles and try not to pee. The muscle is contracted, and pulled upwards. Try to stop peeing when you’re going to the toilet, and you’ll feel the muscle that comes into play. When this muscle contracts, emission begins. This is the key moment in edging. As soon as you feel this muscle clamping down, immediately stop all stimulation. If you were touching your penis, pull away your hands, if you were stimulating your nipples or other body parts, stop doing so. Timing is crucial. If stimulation goes on a second too long, ejaculation will occur.

What you need to do now is to release the tension of the pelvic muscle. Instead of pulling the muscle up as if you are trying to stop peeing, push the muscle down, like when you’re farting or making bowel movements. Try this out first a couple of times without masturbating, while sitting on a chair for instance. The
switch has to be done as soon as you feel the muscle tensing. Remember it won’t be easy; your body will tell you to continue stimulation and will try to contract and pull up your pelvic muscle. You’ll need to do the opposite: stop stimulation and push out. Continue pushing till you feel the orgasm fade away.
This will take about three to five seconds. Don’t stop pushing before the feeling you’re going to ejaculate subsides. Don’t worry if it doesn’t work the first time, just keep on practicing. Sometimes your muscles in your abdomen will contract once or twice, which may feel like ejaculation is going to start, but
eventually these contractions will stop.

While you’re edging, small or large amounts of fluid may run out of your penis. If the fluid is clear and sticky, it’s most probably produced by the Cowper’s glands. If the fluid looks like egg white, it’s accumulated sperm that’s being pushed out. If you successfully performed the edging technique, you will
have felt the beginning of an orgasm, but a full ejaculation did not occur and your penis will stay erect for a while. At this point, you’ll feel a slight pressure inside your abdomen, caused by the sperm ready to be released. This feels like you have to pee, but you can’t. Some men report this as a frustrating feeling, which can last for a day if at the end of a session no full orgasm occurs.

After waiting a short while, you can continue to stimulate your penis. Your might have lost your erection in the mean while, which is normal. The goal is to start masturbating again and to go for a new half orgasm, repeating this process as often as you wish. During every emission phase, more fluid will accumulate inside your prostate. Pressure inside will build up and once you decide to let yourself ejaculate, the force and the amount of semen will be enormous.

You don’t necessarily need to finish your masturbation session with an ejaculation. Some people find it erotic to edge in the morning a few times and go to work with the tension in their genitals, caused by not ejaculating (blue balls). In the BDSM world, edging without ever ejaculating is known as orgasm denial. Don't edge too frequently without ejaculating, because it is known to cause infections at the prostate.



When you’ve mastered the edging technique, you can even ‘fool’ your body even more with the ‘double- decker’ method. Instead of one orgasm with ejaculation, you can have two full orgasms on top of each other in a few seconds time. The downside of this technique is that after the second orgasm, the PERT phase will start. In order to have two orgasms in a row, stop stimulation during the emission phase, but don’t push out the pelvic muscle. Just relax and let your body contract the muscle, as if you were having a normal orgasm. If the timing is right, ejaculation will start without you touching your body (a so called handsfree orgasm). Between the third and fourth spurt of semen, continue stimulation of your penis. If you do it right, a second (and final) orgasm will occur on top of the first one and a new (less powerfull) ejaculation phase will start.

Another trick is to continue stimulation during the emission phase, but to limit the stimulation to very, very, very light touch. This enables you to ‘surf’ on the orgasmic wave, going from a firm stimulation to reach the emission phase to a light stimulation to avoid a full orgasm and so on.

Originally Posted by Itmatterz
Now I also jerk it to the point where I am about to cum and than stop along with my workout all together my workout (excluding the stretches and warmup) is 20-30 minutes however does anybody think that I should edge longer?

You know I totally misread your original post. SORRY.

Here is what I do. At the end of my workout I edge for about 10 to 15 minutes. I think that is about long enough to get enough blood into the “post worked out penis” to help promote healing. I usually do not ejaculate.

On days that I edge by itself, I go for 30 minutes. Just from experimenting I found I have to spend time “recovering” if I go longer than that, as my penis is sore and EQ goes down. You sort of have to find the sweet spot yourself. Some guys can’t edge for more than 15 minutes without needing to take a day or two off for recovery.

Hope this helps>

Hey sta-kool the edge info was really good bro thanks alot.. Besides the fact of it making me last longer and have multiple ograsms doe sit also make the penis bigger I have been hearing that alot

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