Premature Ejaculation

Premature EjaculationPremature ejaculation is actually an orgasm experienced by a man immediately after he penetrates into vagina, and sometimes even before the penetration. Frequent premature ejaculation frustrates both partners, and can lead to impotence in men and loss of sexual desire in a woman.

In men who did not have this kind of problem before, problems can occur after infections such as prostatitis or urethritis, or as a side effect of some nervous system disorders. However, the cause is most often psychological.

The timing of orgasms can be learned. If you experienced your first sexual experiences in the atmosphere of urgency or anxiety this learning process will be difficult, and worries will make the situation even worse. At the beginning of the relationship the rapid ejection of the seed is so often that it can be considered normal. After that, most men will be able to ”control it” during the sexual act.

What to do?

If you ejaculate too early in the beginning of sexual intercourse, do not worry; you should soon gain better control. If you still do not, talk about this problem with your partner. You may be able to reduce the anxiety by relaxation before the intercourse. If you can not solve the problem by yourself, go to a doctor who will first – before advising for any treatment – determine if your problem is a consequence of some physical disorder. If there is no physical disorder, your doctor may refer you (this possibility exists only in some countries) to a sexual therapist who will give you tips on how to behave during the sex act.

The therapist may advise you to temporarily abstain from intercourse and replace it with some other form of physical contact. Additionally, when you are on the verge of orgasm, you will be able to delay it (your partner can also do this for you) by tightly squeezing the penis just below the head. If this exercise is repeated at regular intervals, the ability to control ejaculation can be significantly increased, so you can continue with the sex act. The results of such therapy – which may be repeated several times – are often satisfactory.