What Is the PC Muscle and How Can It Help Prevent Premature Ejaculation for Good?

Asked on August 11, 2014
Created August 11, 2014 at 10:39 AM

PC muscle is short for pubococcygeus muscle. It plays an important role in getting and maintaining a firm erection. It is also important in maintaining control over our ejaculation. After all, it's the muscle that controls the flow of semen and urine and the shooting power of your ejaculate.

Many agree that exercising the PC muscle can help prevent the occurrence of premature ejaculation, and can help improve a man's overall sexual performance. But before you can exercise the muscle, it is important for you to be able to identify where it is.

The best way to pinpoint or to feel where your pubococcygeus muscles are is to try and stop your urine mid-flow. The muscle that you tense to stop the flow of urine is your PC muscles. Your PC muscles is also the one that you feel twitching every second when you are ejaculating.

An exercise for the muscles is called the Kegel exercise. The exercise itself is not difficult. What's difficult is making sure that you are tensing the right muscles. It can be easy to think you are tensing the pubococcygeus muscle when you are actually tensing your abdomen or your buttocks. So, however you decide to do it, it's important that you know exactly where your PC muscles are to begin with.

When exercising your pubococcygeus muscles, your goal is to eventually increase frequency and duration. Here's a sample routine that you can try:


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