When Things Come A Little Early: A Study On Premature Ejaculation

How To Stop Ejaculation

     What is premature ejaculation? It is basically a condition in which a man has an orgasm which results in the expulsion of semen. This orgasm typically happens within a very short amount of time and with minimal stimulation. There is no specific definition as to what is defined as premature ejaculation but it has been widely accepted that it is within 1 minute after penetration. The condition is also called rapid ejaculation, early climax, early ejaculation, and rapid climax. The ICD-10, (codes of physical diagnosis) has annotated the disorder as occurring within 15 seconds of penetration. The condition is full of very subjective definitions. Many men with the condition state they have no control over their quick orgasm time. Its not clear if its a physical condition or merely a mental phenomena. The average man typically lasts anywhere from 4-8 minutes, anything beyond that point has been labeled as delayed ejaculation. Much of the negative results of this condition revolve around significant distress with partners such as emotional distress and feelings of inadequacy. Statistically, the condition seems to have more of a negative effect on the overall mental health of men, many women consider the condition less of a problem, but this also varies depending on whom you ask. There has been some advancement on the cause of this disorder neurologically. Studies have shown that certain areas of the brain become programmed to have a faster response in their pelvis area. This is often caused by frequent masturbation during puberty, this can be the result of having to do this very quickly. This is only a theory and is only believed by a minority. More in depth studies contribute issues in the amount of serotonin receptors in the brain. Additionally, many believe this is a genetic disorder. In order to receive an official diagnosis this condition must have persisted for a minimum of 6 months.

     For those with this problem there are several different types of treatment available in the form of medication and treatment. Some of the treatment for men is basically self induced mental distractions as well as trying to control the frequency of penetration. Additionally, controlling the rate of speed of thrusting is a method tried by some. This method has proven to be quite effective with nearly 80% of cases being resolved on their own independent of a clinical specialist. In some cases men can be treated with different types of SSRI’s (serotonin reuptake inhibitors). These types of medications have proven effective in increasing ejaculation times by 6-20 times greater than before medication. Most people that take medication are able to stop within a year of taking these medicines. However, in some cases the SSRI’s actually cause other side effects such as diminished libido thus creating another problem to deal with.

    

    

8 thoughts on “When Things Come A Little Early: A Study On Premature Ejaculation”

  1. A lot of people have problems with premature ejaculation. I am not one of them. I am like the John Garcia of this problem. It doesn’t happen to me. I am just writing this to make 17 cents. I need to money because my pay is getting cut at work, and I have a family to take care of. However minute, this money will at least help me get groceries for my kids. That’s all that matters at this point, even though my work doesn’t care.

  2. . I was in this problem for 10 years since i had the premature ejaculation it too for me to find the problem there any years
    . since when i saw the doctor and i took 2 years of treatment now i am cured better by psychological causes are causing PE, therapy to address those psychological causes is likely to be beneficial. I have also combine therapy with behavioral and medication-based treatment approaches
    I in many times avoid sexual encounters because of anxiety, frustration, or embarrassment about ejaculating prematurely

  3. The only few times I prematurely ejaculated was when I first started to get sexually active with girls. They would only touch me and not my penis an only kiss me yet I came a few times before they even touched my penis in anyway.

  4. Well, you know I’m an older man. I still like having sex though. Yet, the problem is that I have something known as premature ejaculation. I don’t hold in my sperm very long during intercourse and that can be an issue. When you start being close with someone, or maybe even at odd times when you are alone, you want to keep the passion going more than just for a brief passing go. When this started happening to me, I decided I needed to find a solution.

  5. For the last few years, I have been suffering from premature ejaculation. I love making love to my beautiful wife, but I feel embarrassed that I can’t perform and bring her the sexual satisfaction she deserves. I would love to find a way to last a little bit longer for both of us to feel good sexually. I’ve always felt like I got turned on very quickly but over the last few years, it has reached a whole new level. My wife and I have looked for different solutions but have only been able to do things that are less pleasurable for both of us. I don’t want to do that to her anymore. I would love to find some help.

  6. Why does this always happen to me? Every time I have sex I can’t help but ejaculate prematurely. I don’t want to have to think about baseball or my grandma to keep this from happening. Isn’t there a better way?

  7. Growing up, nobody around me talked about this issue seriously so I felt so much shame when I discovered I had this problem during my first serious relationship. Thankfully, my girlfriend was understanding, but my premature ejaculation made me feel ashamed and like less of a man. We eventually broke up because I became too ashamed to have sex with her. It was only then that I finally gained the motivation to seek help for the issue with my doctor. Now I’m with my current girlfriend and while I still suffer from the occasional issue, our sex life has been greatly improved.

  8. I don’t have much experience with it personally but I have had some experiences with guys that have had it. Most I have found out has either been because they were alcoholics or were depressed.

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