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Men's Health > Libido > Premature Ejaculation

Do you ejaculate sooner than you and your partner wish?

Well don't worry, it happens to most men at some time during their life and this is the most common male sexual dysfunction that affects almost every man at some stage of their life and as long as it is infrequent, then there is no cause for concern.

Typically premature ejaculation occurs in sexually inexperienced men where the problem is assumed to be psychological, (first time nerves) and the problem resolves itself as sexual confidence develops. However, if you regularly ejaculate either before intercourse begins or soon afterward, you may need to find help to overcome it.

When premature ejaculation is an occasional problem, it can be lived with, but if it happens regularly, it can be distressing for one or both partners.

PE In Younger Men

If you have Premature Ejaculation during your first sexual experiences during your teenage years, PE will go away as you gain sexual experience providing that you are generally fit and healthy and can be helped with non prescription herbals.

Historic PE

If you've experienced the problem for as long as you've been sexually active, you have what is termed "primary premature ejaculation" and if non prescription herbals don't work, you need to get help.

Sudden Onset PE

If you've had no history of PE and it suddenly begins, you have what is know as "secondary premature ejaculation" and you should have a medical examination to ensure there is no underlying medical cause such as prostate problems or STD's. Most often this is caused by malnutrition, aging and stress and can often be helped with non prescription herbals.

Causes

  • Psychological
    • Performance Anxiety - or pressure to perform to some expectation
    • Early sexual experiences, especially those in which you may have hurried to reach climax in order to avoid being discovered, may establish a lifelong pattern.
    • If you grew up in a family that considered sex dirty or sinful, you may also have developed guilty feelings that increase your tendency to rush through sexual encounters.
    • The relationship - emotional pressure between two people can cause erectile dysfunction and PE. Emotional or mental strain in any area of your life can play a role in PE, often limiting your ability to relax and focus during sexual encounters.
    • Fear of losing your erection may cause you to rush through sexual encounters.
       
  • Biological
    • Hormone levels may be out of balance
    • Genital sensitivity
    • Impotence. You may be at increased risk of premature ejaculation if you occasionally or consistently experience impotence.
    • Drugs including prescription medicines, social drugs and alcohol can cause PE.
    • Medical concerns that cause you to feel anxious during sex.
    • Sexually transmitted diseases increasing penile sensitivity.
Getting Help

PE if left untreated can have a negative effect on your relationships and general health and is a common cause of depression. It is important to get over being embarrassed and get expert help. Talk with your medical advisor and get treatment as soon as possible.

Screening and diagnosis

Your medical practitioner can diagnose PE, to do it he/she will need to know your medical and sexual history as well as some information about your relationship, so you may include your sex partner to the interview.

Be prepared For:

  • A prostate exam and blood test
  • An examination of your penis and testicles
  • Your religious upbringing
  • Your early sexual experiences
  • Your sexual relationships, past and present
  • The circumstances in your life and in your sexual relationship at the time you began experiencing premature ejaculation
  • Any conflicts or concerns within your current relationship
  • Your doctor will also want to know about your health history, including your use of prescription or recreational drugs, and may perform a general physical exam.

Effects of PE

  • If persistent and left untreated, PE can:
  • Can cause distress in your personal life
  • Create stress in your relationships.
  • Cause infertility

Ways to Overcome PE

  • Take a break
    • Avoiding intercourse for a period of time and focusing on other types of sexual play so that pressure is removed from your sexual encounters.
       
  • Pre Masturbation
    • Masturbating an hour or two before intercourse so that you're able to delay ejaculation during sex.
       
  • The Grind
    • When you feel you are nearing ejaculation, push you penis fully in and grind your pubic bone against hers, this will spread the sensation and pressure evenly over your shaft and the grinding down will stimulate her clitoris and help to bring her to orgasm sooner.
       
  • Take a break
    • When you feel you are nearing ejaculation, just stop and wail till the intensity subsides.
       
  • The squeeze technique.
    • Step 1. Begin sexual activity as usual, including stimulation of the penis, until you feel almost ready to ejaculate then STOP before you cum.
    • Step 2. Have your partner squeeze the end of your penis, at the point where the head (glans) joins the shaft, and maintain the squeeze for several seconds, until the urge to ejaculate passes.
    • Step 3. After the squeeze is released, wait for about half a minute, then go back to foreplay. You may notice that squeezing the penis causes it to become less erect, but when sexual stimulation is resumed, it soon regains full erection.
    • Step 4. If you again feel you're about to ejaculate, stop and have your partner repeat the squeeze process.
      By repeating this as many times as necessary, you can reach the point of entering your partner without ejaculating. In theory, after a few practice sessions you will learn how to delay ejaculation.
       
  • Medications
    • Antidepressants may have a side effect of delayed sexual climax in many people.
    • Topical creams help improve PE by reducing sensation in your penis. Just apply the cream 10mins or so before intercourse and wipe it off when your penis has lost enough sensation to help you delay ejaculation, but use a condom or thoroughly remove the cream before intercourse so that your partner doesn't experience genital numbness.
    • Penis and Libido enhancement pills that boost testosterone levels, but note some of these will cause penis enlargement.
       
  • Tips
    • Understand the differences between male and female sexual functions
    • Improve communication with your partner
    • Women typically require more prolonged stimulation than men do to reach orgasm, so spend plenty of time on foreplay and get her as close to orgasm as possible before entering.
    • For many men, feeling pressure during sexual intercourse increases the risk of premature ejaculation.
    • Non prescription herbals

 



 
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