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Premature ejaculation is a male sexual dysfunction that occurs when the man ejaculates in less than one minute. It affects roughly 20-20% of the population. Some studies have shown that European countries have longer ejaculation times.
The US has 24% of men suffering from PE. The four main causes include the biological, the neurobiological, genetic, and psychological. We're talking about diseases states like hyperthyroidism. In fact, some studies have shown that up to 50% of men with hyperthyroidism can have premature ejaculation. There's some research that has shown there is a genetic link to PE. The most concerning area is the psychological reasons. Learn about less-than-perfect sexual performance.
Premature Ejaculation Diagnosis
It’s important to have a very straightforward approach. During intercourse do you ejaculate during a short period of time and does it bother you? When did it start and when did you first notice it?
Anxiety is one of the big causes. How do you fix that? Go to a sex therapist and find out where the anxiety is coming from. One of the quickest ways to stop it is through masturbation exercises almost to the point of ejaculating. Calm yourself down and start masturbating again so you are almost to the point of ejaculation before stopping. You should be doing this 3-4x a week.
You want to do this before you have a sexual experience. This is so you do not become too aroused so you can last longer. You want to experiment with different strokes and positions are more or less arousing during intercourse and try and focus on being relaxed. You can also use condoms to decrease sensitivity. Sometimes guys wear more than one condom.
Studies have shown if you have erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation then you should treat the erectile dysfunction first. You want to ask what type of impact does it have on their female partner and if they have tried any other treatments. Only 9% of men seek treatment Of those 95, 91% will say the treatment did not help. I think it’s safe to say most patients would say it’s up to the doctor to bring up the topic of PE.
Most physicians are not trained to discuss this topic. Up to 80% of the patients have to start the conversation.
First, is behavioral treatments. The second is antidepressants and the third is the use of topical anesthetics have all been shown to be very effective. You have to realize It has a significant impact on their partners.
Typically patients use Semenax to reduce premature ejaculation. They take 2-5 pills per day for six weeks. One of the main benefits of Semenax is that it contains an all natural herbal formulation and is available over the counter.
These patients don’t experience the nausea and headaches of taking prescription ED pills. I would recommend Semenax as your first choice for increasing your sexual stamina. Those are my tips on how to manage premature ejaculation.