Dealing with premature ejaculation? You’re not alone. Approximately 20 to 30 percent of men experience premature ejaculation, according to a study published in July 2016 in Drug Discovery Today. And this often embarrassing sexual issue can affect men of any age.
“Premature ejaculation is more common than most people think,” says Andrew C. Kramer, MD, a urologist and associate professor of surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. “It can cause distress and emotional and psychological issues as well as self-esteem problems.”
As hard as it might be to address the problem with your partner or even your doctor, talking about premature ejaculation is the key to overcoming it. Read on to learn exactly what premature ejactulation is, and how you can treat it.
What is premature ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation is uncontrolled ejaculation either before or shortly after sexual penetration. It happens with minimal sexual stimulation and before the person wishes. It may result in unsatisfactory sex for both partners. This can increase the anxiety that may add to the problem. It is one of the most common forms of male sexual dysfunction. It has probably affected every man at some point in his life and if not handled properly could lead to other health problems
Premature ejaculation may occur alongside erectile dysfunction (ED), but not always. “ED can happen to men of all ages, but in younger men, the issue is usually premature ejaculation,” says Kramer. “For men in their sixties and seventies, there is usually some degree of ED. Sometimes the [penis] just ejaculates when it’s flaccid.”
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PE is typically the easiest male sexual problem to resolve. Here’s how ;
1. Remember, it’s not just about you
Love making is pleasure, connection, and eroticism between two people. Sure, men may feel humiliated when they climax before they want to, but the real problem is that they withdraw in anger, disgust, or shame – away from the sexual moment, away from their partner. Mistakenly, she may think he’s angry at her, not at his own short fuse. The truth is, lots of woman could care less about his rapid ejaculation. If she’s in the majority, she doesn’t even climax with intercourse. She wants closeness, sexy time, and her own orgasm. Being left high and dry by his withdrawal from the bed is usually her real complaint. Try saying to her: “You’re so sexy, I just couldn’t help myself!” And stay in the game until she finishes too.
2. Orgasm quickly. Go again.
My favorite intervention for premature ejaculation is the take the brakes OFF. I get an agreement from a couple for him to go for brake! Ejaculation is caused by two things – anxiety and erotic stimulation. When he is prescribed to climax quickly, there is no anxiety. His enjoyment of sex rapidly increases as he gains control and allows himself erotic thoughts. A second intercourse in one encounter usually ends with a slower climax.
3. Stimulate the whole body.
While traditionally it’s the woman who needs a body rub to warm up to the sexual moment, a guy with PE could really use one. He learns to experience enjoyment in his whole body instead of just the excitement in his penis. Spreading the sensations decentralized his obsession and anxiety about his performance, focusing him on pleasure.
4. Sex therapy
Unless the PE issue is complicated by trauma, severe childhood upbringings, or marital distress, sex therapy can be successful within a fairly short time. Standard treatment uses guided steps of progressive sexual stimulation to stop well before he feels the inevitability of climax. If his partner is cooperative and enthusiastic, a good outcome is nearly guaranteed. Often, the biggest problem is that men wait too long to address the problem; the delay in getting help complicates their relationship and compromises their partner’s willingness to participate in treatment.
5. Medical interventions
While I favor behavioral techniques, medical intervention can help in certain situations. Urologists may prescribe a low dose anti-depressant of the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) type, which has the notorious and, in this case, useful side effect of slowing down orgasm. Also available by prescription are topical anesthetics in the form of sprays and cream that numb the sensation of the penile skin without diminishing feeling in his partner’s vagina.
6. Natural remedies and herbs for Premature Ejaculation
Specific PE Supplements: There are plenty of premature ejaculation supplements on the market today . Unfortunately, most are bogus and won’t help all that much. There are, however, a few that do give decent results.
The following herbs and supplements have been shown to have varying degrees of success for the treatment of PE;
- Ruzu Black For Men
- Asparagus racemosus
Premature ejaculation is a difficult problem but the answer doesn’t have to be – it just requires a willingness to take action. Stop climaxing quickly by getting help quickly!
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