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New App to help men with premature ejaculation

An app has been launched to aid men who suffer from premature ejaculation.

The new app, called Pea, provides a training course for men suffering from the embarrassment of premature ejaculation.


The brains behind the app, Mr Brennen Belich, claims to suffer from the sexual problem and launched the app to help men like him who suffer with “arousal control.”

In a description on his website, he explained: “Most prejackers are already at the end of their rollercoaster during kissing or foreplay, and they reach the point of no return immediately after penetration.”

The app works by offering a range of remedies that have been hot listed by professional sex therapists.

For example, practicing arousal control from the very start, before you even think about sex, will instantly make you last longer.

“Don’t let the urge to ejaculate take over,” Mr Belich added.

“If it does, stop all stimulation. Bring your arousal right back down, and start from the beginning of the rollercoaster.

The App (currently available for iOS devices) teaches men to add foreplay when masturbating and even comes with a timer to help with endurance.