What is premature ejaculation?
The DSM V has the current correct description as Early Ejaculation (EE). If you hear this term it is exactly the same as premature ejaculation.
Premature ejaculation happens when a man is unable to control the timing of ejaculation, and ejaculates before he and/or his partner feels ready for this to happen.
How soon is too soon when a man prematurely ejaculates?
For a heterosexual man, a commonly used definition of premature ejaculation is ejaculating before or within about one minute of his penis entering the woman’s vagina. However, there is no fixed time for ‘too soon.’ Premature ejaculation relates to the loss of control over ejaculation, and the distress it can cause to one or both partners, not the actual time it takes a man to ejaculate.
How common is premature ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation is the most common male sexual problem and affects men of all ages. Premature ejaculation is more common in younger men, as they are often less sexually experienced or secure with the situation in which they are having sex. However, in some cases with time and practice premature ejaculation can happen less often.
Can you imagine not having premature ejaculation? Can you imagine how different your sex life would be? Treating premature ejaculation changes a man, brings about confidence, an overall better mental attitude and positive life change in almost all areas. This is our most presented dysfunction and the most successful to treat.