Stop Premature Ejaculation
What causes premature ejaculation?
The cause of premature ejaculation is primarily biological. The normal physical
response is for the man to experience climax, and therefore, ejaculate
approximately 2 to 3 minutes after penetrating the vagina. The normal physical
response for women is to build to a climax (orgasm, to come), about 12 to 14
minutes after coitus (intercourse, sex) occurs.
However, many women may not experience orgasm at all, particularly if
intercourse involves only penetration of the vagina by the penis. Other methods
of sexual stimulation may be necessary for the woman to attain orgasm.
It is estimated that about 10% of women do not experience orgasm under any
circumstances or with any type of stimulation.
Premature ejaculation may also be caused or aggravated by psychological
factors such as guilt (believing the activity is sinful e.g., premarital or
extramarital sex); fear (associated with concerns regarding potential pregnancy,
sexually transmitted diseases, or getting caught or discovered);
performance anxiety (especially in the inexperienced partner or with
partners new to each other); and interpersonal issues affecting the couple.
Premature ejaculation is the most frequently encountered sexual complaint of men
and couples. It is most common in adolescents, young adults, and other sexually
naive males. Increased risk is associated with lack of sexual experience, lack
of knowledge regarding normal male and female sexual responses, and with those
individuals who highly associate psychological factors (such as fear, guilt, and
anxiety) with sexual activity. The penis
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Premature Ejaculation Treatment
It is critical that this issue be addressed with a health care provider with
whom the person or couple can feel comfortable and openly discuss sexual
behaviors and concerns. Treatment may involve the provider simply explaining why
premature ejaculation occurs, assuring the person or couple that it is a normal
part of the male sexual response, and providing techniques that may assist the
man in learning to delay ejaculation. Such techniques may include:
The "stop and start" method: This involves sexual stimulation until the man
recognizes that he is about to come; the stimulation is then removed for about
thirty seconds and then may be resumed. The sequence is repeated until
ejaculation is desired, the final time allowing the stimulation to continue
until ejaculation occurs.
The "squeeze" method: This involves sexual stimulation until the man
recognizes that he is about to ejaculate; at that point, the man or his partner
gently squeezes the end of the penis (where the glands meet the shaft) for
several seconds, withholding further sexual stimulation for about 30 seconds,
and then resuming stimulation. The sequence may be repeated by the person or
couple until ejaculation is desired, the final time allowing the stimulation to
continue until ejaculation occurs. If pronounced psychological or interpersonal
factors appear to be involved, professional counseling or psychotherapy may be
Prognosis and Complications
In about 95% of cases, the man is able to learn ejaculatory control through
education and practice of the simple techniques outlined. Very early
ejaculation, occurring prior to entry into the vagina, may prohibit a desired
pregnancy. A continued lack of ejaculatory control may lead to sexual
dissatisfaction on the part of either or both members of the couple and be a
factor in sexual tension or discord in the relationship in general.
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