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PREMATURE EJACULATION AMONG MEN

Premature ejaculation in simple terms can be said to be the inability of a man to control his ejaculation during sexual intercourse. This means he ejaculates within a minute of penetration and therefore not satisfied with his performance and leaving his sexual companion unsatisfied as well. It is estimated that 1 out of 3 men suffer from premature ejaculation at some point in their life. It should be noted that if this does not happen to a man consistently then there is nothing to worry about but in a situation where ejaculating prematurely has become a regular phenomenon that is when there is a problem. You could be suffering from premature ejaculation if the following circumstances surround your sex life:

Always Ejaculating within one minute of penetration or even due to slight sexual stimulation

Inability to hold off or delay ejaculation at all  times during sexual encounters

A strong feeling of worry, frustration and shying away from sexual encounters as a result of your situation

The factors responsible for premature ejaculation studies have shown to range from psychological  and biological.

Psychological Causes of Premature Ejaculation

The following are considered the psychological causes of premature ejaculation

  • Exposure to too early sexual experiences in life
  • Having been exposed to Sexual abuse
  • Poor body image
  • Suffering from Depression
  • Being overly conscious of ejaculating prematurely premature 
  • Rushing through sexual intercourse due to a feeling of guilt
  • Erectile dysfunction, Anxiety and issues in relationships can also be a cause of premature ejaculation

Biological causes of Premature Ejaculation

A number of biological factors might contribute to premature ejaculation, including:

  • Abnormality in  hormone levels
  • Abnormality in the  levels of the brain chemicals known as neurotransmitters
  • Inflammation and infection of the prostate or urethra
  • Some inherited traits can also cause premature ejaculation
  • Due to the male Ego and other factors lots of men find it difficult to discuss this problem with anyone and feel embarrassed about the situation and therefore are unable to get help. It should be known that premature ejaculation can be cured and treated with a combination of medications, counseling and the use of some sexual techniques that can help delay ejaculation during sexual encounters.  

Medical treatments for Premature Ejaculation

A number of medical treatments can be of assistance in treating and curing premature ejaculation

  • Anti-depressants- Some anti-depressants can be used to help delay ejaculation although the FDA are yet to approve the use of anti-depressants for the treatment of premature ejaculation. Secondly usage of these anti-depressants may come with some side effects such as dry mouth, nausea and drowsiness and and might also decrease sexual desire.
  • Medications for the treatment of erectile dysfunction can also be of help in treating premature ejaculation
  • Application of anesthetic creams to the head of the penis can also help to delay erection by making the area less sensitive. it is usually applied 30 minutes before sex and washed off once it has decreased the feelings on the penis. It must be washed off before sex as leaving it on may cause a loss of erection and vaginal numbness.
  • Wearing a condom for some men can also help delay erection by making the penis less sensitive.

Other Treatment Methods

  • Psychological Help:  Emotional issues like depression and anxiety may cause premature ejaculation, Speaking to a therapist may help in solving this problem
  • Behavioral methods: Behavioral methods like the start and stop method of delaying ejaculation can help build control over ejaculation. The squeeze method of squeeze the penis when the urge for ejaculation draws near is also another method to help delay ejaculation.

 

By Michael Pillar

One of the leading bariatric/weight loss surgeons in the nation, Dr. Michael Pillar has been a key staple of the bariatric physician community for more than 15 years. After graduating from Harvard Medical School in 2004 with a perfect 4.0 GPA, Dr. Pillar served as a general practitioner for several years before receiving bariatric surgery himself; he thus became intrigued with the procedure and began studying the practice exhaustively. In 2009 he was accredited by the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS) and began practicing immediately, having earned extensive accolades since. He was named as one of the 20 most innovative surgeons in the nation by Forbes, and was listed as a top bariatric surgeon by Woman's Choice Award.  Dr. Pillar is a keen advocate of an active patient-surgeon relationship; he is highly available for prospective patients and ensures that he only accepts a few patients at a time so he can dedicate maximum effort to each one. A consultation with Dr. Pillar is comprehensive and time-consuming, but 91 percent of patients agree that this extra time and effort helped ease their minds and expand their knowledge of medicine and bariatric in general. Passionate and detail-oriented, Dr. Pillar leaves no stone unturned and has a 100 percent success rate as of 2019. Dr. Pillar donates 5 percent of his income to numerous dietary and weight loss foundations, including the Weight Loss Surgery Foundation of America. As someone who once struggled with weight himself, Dr. Pillar understand the struggles associated with such a condition and empathizes with all of his patients about their day-to-day struggles. He is also a keen advocate of vegan and vegetarian diets and offers an extensive network of nutritionists to help position patients for post-operation success. Please be aware that new patients for Dr. Pillar will experience a fairly lengthy wait list in excess of 18 months.

6 replies on “There are Anesthetic creams and sprays that contain a numbing agents that can help with”

My girlfriend is more than understanding about my Premature ejaculation, but it’s really embarrassing for me. I’m only in my late 20’s. I didn’t think something like this could happen to me.

I’ve never experienced it so I cannot comment on it directly. If it did happen to me I would sad for my partner since they wouldn’t experience very much joy.

Premature ejaculation is when you engage in sexual activities but you have finished and released your bodily fluids in a very quick matter of time, usually it is considered premature ejaculation when the male ejaculates within 1 minuted of vaginal intercourse on a consistent basis. Time frames from 2-3 minutes and up are usually not considered premature and rather steps can be taken to help avoid from ejaculating too quickly such as a helathier diet or The pause-squeeze technique listed on “https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/premature-ejaculation/diagnosis-treatment/drc-20354905”

I am consistently having to deal with this condition and my wife is very patient with me, but I wish I could be more confident in the bedroom in order to give her the loving that she deserves. I have heard that there are quite a few medications out there, but I only recently have gotten around to trying some. Hopefully it works.

I was with a girlfriend this one time and it had been about a week since I masturbated or had sex. I was incredibly horny and we got naked and I went down on her, she smelled so good down there it turned me on so much so when I finally stuck it in her I lasted like three or four pumps before I came inside her. Shortest sex I’ve ever had.

having had sex for many years i bestowed it upon myself to masturbate frequently after sex. This lead to a problem in my body for when i would have lots of sex, I would finish way too early and my wife wasnt happy about that. Thankfully im seeing a therapist for this

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