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Why Sex Shouldn’t Be A Taboo Topic

Sex is the primary component of human reproduction. And unlike other organisms, humans are capable of having sex purely for pleasure. The average animal’s sex drive is driven by biology, which is why they only mate when they’re on heat. Human beings, on the other hand, can be physically primed for sex by something as simple as a glance.

Since sex is the most common way to maintain the human population, why is it so difficult to talk about? The main argument is that sex is a private matter, just like bathroom activities, and those aren’t publicly discussed either.

Sex is probably …

False Perceptions Around Premature Ejaculation

Premature Ejaculation (PE) is a sensitive topic, both in the literal and metaphorical sense. Literally, PE can be caused by an over-sensitive penis. Men who experience this are easily stimulated, so they frequently ejaculate before their partner is sated, which can be frustrating for everyone involved.

Metaphorically, Premature Ejaculation often influences a man’s sense of masculinity. This makes it a difficult issue to talk about, which makes it harder to resolve. The fact that most men are unable to talk openly about Premature Ejaculation means they routinely get information from dubious sources.

The most common misconception about PE is that it’s …

Factors That Affect Our Perceptions of Sexual Performance

Many people think sex is restricted to their genital response, but that’s not the case at all. In fact, a human being’s most sexual body part is their mind. When it comes to sex, barring medical factors, it really is all in your head. It follows that our perspectives on sex are largely driven by thoughts, memories, and mental misconceptions.

One of the biggest issues surrounding sex is size, and this is an inaccurate measure because size is objective. Most men think they would last longer in bed if their penises were longer when in reality, girth has a bigger …

Signs Your Sex Life Could be Improved

Sexual health is a sensitive issue, and it can be difficult to discuss, both with your partner and your health provider. You might be worried about losing the admiration of your spouse, or you might feel embarrassed about what you perceive as a sexual ‘abnormality’.

While it can be challenging to seek the kind of advice that can either reassure you or solve your sexual problem, you can always start by diagnosing yourself. This is unwise for serious complications, but it does give you a place to start.

Sexual dysfunction presents differently in women and men. Men are often concerned with …

What Does Sexual Dysfunction Mean

When we talk about sexual dysfunction, it does not refer to one particular thing. In fact, there are a number of different sexual dysfunctions for both men and women. We can find these outlined in the authoritative DSM5, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th edition), produced by the American Psychiatric Association, and trusted around the world.

Within the DSM5, it is split into the male and female disorders:


What Does Sexual Dysfunction Mean

Male Sexual Dysfunction

Erectile disorder
This dysfunction is characterised by the inability to maintain an erection long enough to have …

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  • What is Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?

    Erectile Dysfunction (Erection Problems) - Erectile Dysfunction (Erection Problem) affects the lives of many men and their partners to varying degrees. Erectile Dysfunction refers to a man's consistent inability to gain or maintain an erection sufficient for penetration or to achieve

  • Premature Ejaculation

    Premature Ejaculation - The most important (usually the No.1) question related to sex, that every man ask is “how do I last longer in bed?

AMI was formed 20+ years ago with the objective of treating Men's Sexual Health problems. Doctors at AMI diagnose PE based on a detailed interview about your sexual history.