Premature ejaculation refers to early release of semen by a man shortly into sexual intercourse or just before penetration, usually with very little stimulation and against his will. It’s one of the most common sexual problems of men, and has affected almost all men at least once in their lives.
Men with premature ejaculation will usually experience the folowing signs and symptoms:
- always or almost always ejaculate within one minute of penetration.
- Are unable to delay ejaculation during sex most of the time they have it.
- feel bad, uncomfortable and sad after having sex and therefore begin to avoid sex.
When to see your doctor about premature ejaculation.
Since cases of premature ejaculation cause anxiety in most men, it’s advisable to talk to your doctor or find a doctor online here at aferdoc.com for professional advice and enlightenment. Men should know that occasional occurances of premature ejaculation are actualy normal.To be more clear about normality, the average time a man lasts from the time of start of penetration to ejaculation is usualy no more than 5 minutes. So to find a man complaining that he ejaculates about 5 minutes into sex is sad; because this is normal!
The cause of Premature ejaculation in most men is usually unclear but it could be caused by the following:
- Poor body image
- Troubled relationships: Interpersonal problems between a man and his spouse could cause him to ejaculate very first.
- sexual abuse
- hormonal problems
- erectile dysfunction: Men who are worried about maintaining an erection usually ejaculate very fast.
- Inflammation and infection of the prostate or urethra
You should know that premature ejaculation is very treatable. Once it has been proved that you’re suffering from it, then you should know and do the following as part of your management to get you back in shape and improve your sexual life:
- many times premature ejaculation self-corrects in men as they grow older and become more experienced at sex.
- reduce on alcohol use
- You can use a condom to reduce sensation
- reduce on tobacco use/smoking
- practice distraction techniques in the bedroom.
- take drugs prescribed by your doctor e.g clomipramine or tramadol that can delay ejaculation
- try different positions during sex e.g lying on your back
- you can use some creams and gels that reduce sensation on the penis.