The Premature Ejaculation Clinic
Men’s Health Clinic has helped thousands of men eliminate symptoms of Premature Ejaculation (PE) and restore the joy of healthy sexual performance
1 in 3 men suffer from sexual dysfunction. Thousands of men are unnecessarily suffering in silence. Having a problem is nothing to be ashamed of. Not doing anything about it is.
What is PE?
Premature ejaculation is when ejaculation occurs earlier than desired, often within 2 minutes. In order for PE to be considered an issue it should be causing you and your partner some frustration and distress.
As many as 20% of men have experienced premature ejaculation at least once in their lifetime.1 As the most common sexual dysfunctional condition befalling men, a lot of interest surrounds premature ejaculation (PE).
Nevertheless, there isn’t a single encompassing definition to describe the condition. The premature ejaculation definition changes quite often. However, at least now it is considered a serious medical condition and not a psychological problem.
All the same, this boils down to one fact. Premature ejaculation is a condition when you reach climax during the act faster than you would like to. This causes some personal distress like a bruised ego and a feeling of diminished masculinity.
Despite the lack of a medical consensus on the exact clinical definition of premature ejaculation, there are some signs and symptoms that point to potential PE.3
Premature ejaculation is normal if it is an infrequent occurrence. However, if this occurs frequently, one might have to get checked out for PE by a sexual health doctor.
Here are some of the symptoms and conditions that point to premature ejaculation:
- ejaculation during intimacy or before penetration is completed
- ejaculation within one minute of penetrating since one’s first act of intercourse
- significant reduction in the intravaginal ejaculation latency time to about 3 minutes or less
- unable to stop or delay ejaculations whenever there is penetration
If any of these holds, there’s bound to be some psychological implications on the man, including:
- bruised ego
- avoidance of sexual encounters
- personal distress
- Inability to conceive a child
Can it be treated?
Yes. Because every body differs, no single treatment works for every man. Many men can be treated successfully and easily with affordable treatment options. The hardest part is taking the first step and talking to a doctor.