Premature Ejaculation (PE) means coming too quickly, and it's one of the common of all male sexual Dysfunctions. AMI has found that it is a common problem in younger men but older men can also suffer from it. This means that you are not alone. By treating Premature Ejaculation over a period time, you can improve your sexual performance and regain control of your sex life.
Contrary to the perceptions given by the increased awareness of Erectile Dysfunction, Premature Ejaculation ("PE") is the most common form of male sexual Dysfunction. Even though it's a common problem that can be treated, many men feel embarrassed to talk to their doctors about it or seek treatment.
Once thought to be purely psychological, experts now know that biological factors also play an important role in Premature Ejaculation. In some men, Premature Ejaculation is related to Erectile Dysfunction.
Signs & Symptoms of Premature Ejaculation
There's no medical standard for how long it should take a man to ejaculate. The primary sign of Premature Ejaculation is Ejaculation that occurs before both partners wish in the majority of sexual encounters, causing concern or distress. The problem may occur in all sexual situations, including during masturbation — or it may only occur during sexual encounters with another person.
Doctors often classify Premature Ejaculation as either primary or secondary:
• You have primary Premature Ejaculation if you've had the problem for as long as you've been sexually active.
• You have secondary Premature Ejaculation if you developed the condition after having had previous, satisfying sexual relationships without ejaculatory problems.
What is Premature ejaculation (PE)?