Premature Ejaculation Information
is considered as either ejaculation before penetration or the
inability to prolong erection and orgasm until the partner is
satisfied. Premature Ejaculation is also known as involuntary
ejaculation. However, the name of this condition can be misleading.
One of the problems with sexual intercourse is that climax times
between men and women greatly vary. The time that it takes for
a man to be stimulated to orgasm is approximately 2-3 minutes;
for a woman, it is approximately 10-15 minutes. So what may be
considered premature ejaculation from a woman's point of view,
is simply that the male has reached orgasm satisfactorily (for
him). This is not a problem for many people, however, premature
ejaculation is the most common sexual dysfunction between couples.
can be caused by several factors.
One such factor is fear. Fear of pregnancy, being discovered in
the act of intercourse, and even fear of contracting a sexually
transmitted disease can conribute to premature ejaculation. Another
is guilt; if a man was reared believing that sex is dirty or something
to "get it over with", this can contribute to premature
ejaculation. Lack of communication and exhaustion often leads
to premature ejaculation.
can be treated. Some treatments are;
Please keep one thing
in mind. Continued premature ejaculation may be a sign of a medical
condition. If having sex in a secure, private place and employing
one or more of the above treatments do not help, consult a physician.
- Wearing a condom.
This will help to eliminate fear of pregnancy
- Talk to your partner.
If there is a problem with guilt or communication, this needs
to be addressed by both parties.
- Rest. Most people
do not perform well in any situation if they are tired.
- Use desensitizing
creams. There are several that can be purchased that are