Nice work remek.
I have a theory about why ejaculation may cause a less than optimal result from PE. After ejaculation, my penis is completely spent. There is no longer any blood in-flow that maintains an erection, therefore it shrinks to it’s normal flaccid size. If I do not ejaculate, I have a sort of residual in-flow that may maintain a semi-erect state for several minutes or even as long as an hour or more depending upon the level of excitement.
Usually after ejaculating, I am done with PE and ready to get to work on something else, and my mind switches gears and goes on to other things. If I don’t ejaculate, my mind stays active in the thoughts of whatever brought me to an erection in the first place. I may stay in this fantasy mode for hours at a time, and may even develop another erection from it.
This is the same principle behind the technique known as edging. This technique is where you develop a much stronger orgasm by masturbating to the point just before ejaculation, then stop and cool down a bit, then return to masturbation until you reach that point again, repeat this cycle several times and then when you finally decide to ejaculate, your orgasm is more intense.
I believe that ejaculation is a henderance to PE gains, simply because it causes an abrupt stop to all erection activity.
This is just my opinion, but I would like to see more discussion about this.
If that’s true why did I read about results from that same survey from men who masturbated but didn’t ejaculate, had worse gains than the guys who didn’t masturbate at all.