In a way, maybe. To help pe, you need to learn to recognize the sensation just before orgasm, and then practice controlling that. You can do this either through your own or a partner's physically squeezing your penis, or through exercising your pubococcygeus muscle to delay orgasm. If pelvic floor is weak, this will be harder to do. Practice, though. From dr. Ruth: http://tinyurl.Com/d6bq94a.
Just wondering if tight pelvic floor muscles might be cause of my symptoms (frequent need to urinate, premature ejaculation, peeing sensation etc?
Get evaluation. There can be many causes. I'm concerned about the frequent need to urinate and the possibility that you can have a urinary tract infection or another medical problem. Please see your primary care doctor who can evaluate you and recommend next steps. Hope this answer helps. Read more...