Premature Ejaculation: Common Causes And When To See A Doctor
Find answers to commonly asked questions about Premature Ejaculation
What is Premature Ejaculation (PE)?
Premature ejaculation is one of the most common forms of sexual dysfunction and is thought to affect up to 29% of men. Both the term “premature ejaculation” (PE) and the term “rapid ejaculation” (RE) are used to describe this condition. The most accurate definition of PE is “the persistent or recurrent onset of orgasm and ejaculation with minimal sexual stimulation before, on, or shortly after penetration and before the person wishes it causing marked distress or interpersonal difficulties”.
Premature Ejaculation Facts –
Throughout the world, attempts to better understand the physical causes of PE are underway. The physical problem associated with premature ejaculation can be simply described as “over-sensitivity” of the penis. In these cases, the man responds far more rapidly to normal sensations, resulting in rapid ejaculation, much sooner than he expected.
Psychological causes of PE are often associated with “performance anxiety” – anxiety relating to sexual intercourse. The man focuses only on the process of ejaculation, and not on the enjoyment of sexual intercourse, leading to increased tension and usually premature ejaculation. Men may actually avoid sex because they fear not satisfying their partner. This can cause further difficulties in the relationship or make it difficult for him to find a partner.
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Frequently asked questions
Is PE treatable?
PE is treatable. It is also possible to treat the underlying cause of the PE and reverse the symptoms.