Premature ejaculation or premature ejaculatioN

What is premature ejaculation?

Ejaculation is when semen is released from the penis (when a man ejaculates). Premature refers to something coming early, so premature ejaculation is what happens when a man ejaculates very early, usually before intercourse or right after intercourse has begun.

Premature ejaculation or premature ejaculation

Premature ejaculation is usually caused by anxiety, other emotional problems, or a lack of sexual experience

Premature ejaculation is often distressing for couples.

Treatment can help most men delay ejaculation

What causes premature ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is almost always caused by the following:


Other emotional problems

lack of sexual experience

If a man has not had sex for some time, he will be more likely to ejaculate early.

What are the symptoms of premature ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is having an orgasm very early, usually before penetration or very quickly afterward. There are no other symptoms.

How do doctors treat premature ejaculation?

Behavior modification therapy can help:

reduce anxiety

Teaching men ways to delay ejaculation

Doctors may also ask the man to do things that make the penis less sensitive, such as:

Wearing a condom during intercourse

Putting a numbing medicine on the penis before intercourse

If a man appears very anxious or upset, doctors may prescribe an antidepressant.

Delayed ejaculation

With practice, nearly all men learn to delay ejaculation for 5 to 10 minutes or longer. These methods teach a man how to achieve arousal without ejaculation:

The stop-and-start method: stopping intercourse when the man feels he is about to have an orgasm, and then starting again about 30 seconds later

Squeeze or squeeze method: stop intercourse when the man feels you are about to have an orgasm, then squeeze the tip of the penis for 10 to 20 seconds, and start again after about 30 seconds

These methods can first be practiced during masturbation, and later, they can be done with your partner.

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