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Premature ejaculation (PE) is defined as a man ejaculating soon than desired during sexual intercourse. This is a common issue that roughly 1 in 3 men experience at some point in their lives. If it only happens occasionally, then this is nothing to worry about. The following signs can lead to a diagnosis of premature ejaculation:
There are three main types of ejaculation problems in men. These are:
There are various factors that can cause premature ejaculation, both physical and psychological. These typically include:
There are various things you can try to control premature ejaculation before seeking medical help. These methods can help to relieve sensitivity and regain control:
There are many psychological factors which can cause premature ejaculation. These include:
If any of these factors strike a chord with you then this may be the root cause of your ejaculation problems. If you are unsure, consult a doctor so that they can rule out underlying physical conditions.
Biological factors which can cause premature ejaculation include:
Premature ejaculation can be distressing to experience, enhancing stress or anxiety. This can cause problems within relationships, particularly if you have not communicated with your partner about what is going on. Ejaculation problems can also make it difficult to father a child if sperm does not reach the vagina or is reduced.
Premature ejaculation is defined as occurring within one minute of penetration. This may differ from person to person however, as there is no right or wrong way to have sex. In general, if ejaculation happens much sooner than either you or your partner would like, causing frustration or problems in your relationship, then this is where it becomes a problem.
There are two types of premature ejaculation: primary and secondary. Primary premature ejaculation is something that has happened consistently since your first sexual experience. Secondary premature ejaculation is acquired after your first sexual experience.
Premature ejaculation can be treated in a number of ways depending on the cause, including:
There are self help methods recommended to help you overcome premature ejaculation:
The following medications can help to treat premature ejaculation:
The treatments prescribed for premature ejaculation are not usually specifically designed for it but are useful with off-label use. Antidepressants work by delaying orgasm, which is one of the side effects of the medication. Tramadol might be given if antidepressants don't work, it also has the same effect of delaying ejaculation. Anesthetic creams work by decreasing the sensitivity of your penis to delay ejaculation.
The best treatment for either primary or secondary premature ejaculation will depend on the underlying cause. Secondary premature ejaculation which has occurred as a result of negative experiences or anxiety may need talking therapy or couples counselling to treat effectively.
The start-stop technique is a method which you, or your partner, can use to help overcome premature ejaculation. It involves stimulating the penis until you feel you are about to ejaculate, stopping before this happens. Wait around 30 seconds before starting again. This can help to get your body used to sexual stimulation lasting longer.
The squeeze technique involves stimulating the penis, stopping just before ejaculation occurs. At this point, you squeeze the head of the penis for 30 seconds and begin again. You can do this by yourself or with your partner.
Premature ejaculation can leave you feeling inadequate and frustrated and it may feel daunting to bring it up with your partner. Being open and honest with them is a positive step forward. Let them know what the problem is, what type of stress or worries you have and what they can do to help. If you are struggling to do this, couples counselling may be a good environment to start a discussion in a safe space.
Watching porn may be a contributing factor in causing premature ejaculation and there is no evidence to suggest it may help overcome it.
Masturbation can help to overcome premature ejaculation by taking it slowly to regain control. You can also implement the start-stop technique to train your body to delay orgasm. It may take a bit of practice to get it right but this has been proven to help.
A study by Shiraz University of Medical Sciences found that circumcision did help men affected by premature ejaculation gain more control over their sexual performance.
Premature ejaculation may go away on its own as you gain confidence and leave anxieties about sex behind. This may not happen, however and it's likely you'll need to try some self help techniques or address any underlying worries or anxieties you have in order to get past it.
Drinking too much alcohol can cause premature ejaculation to occur. It can also delay ejaculation.
Drug abuse is a known cause of premature ejaculation and may contribute to other ejaculation problems.
If premature ejaculation only happens occasionally, then it's unlikely to cause any issues. However, if you experience this most or all of the time during sex, then you should see a doctor. They may get you to do a blood test to rule out any underlying physical conditions and recommended a suitable treatment based on your personal circumstances.
Premature ejaculation can occur during masturbation as well as sex. This can happen due to conditioning, for example if you're used with rushing through masturbation through fear of someone walking in or hearing.
Premature ejaculation is not dangerous but it could be a sign of a thyroid or prostate issue. This is why it's important to see your doctor so that they can rule out any physical causes.
Stress is a common cause of premature ejaculation. It can be a vicious cycle: feeling under pressure to perform and then feeling stressed and frustrated about ejaculating prematurely. Talking to your partner about how you feel can help.
Medications used to treat Parkinson's disease may cause premature ejaculation.
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