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Diagnosis and Treatment of Premature Ejaculation

If you have concern surrounding your ejaculatory response, then it is important to correctly assess whether there is an underlying issue that can lead to improved results in the bedroom. In diagnosing the problem, it’s not something that you need to be overly concerned about discussing with your health professional. Like visiting your GP, all you need to do is be open and honest with your responses, and they will be able to give you their best opinion.

Diagnosis

Self diagnosis

Before consulting with a doctor, you might consider doing a bit of self-diagnosis. You can ask yourself questions like:

  • Do I ejaculate too quickly during most of my sexual encounters?
  • Will my partner fail to achieve orgasm during most of our sexual encounters?
  • Is my PE causing uncomfortable feelings for either my partner or me?
  • Has my PE started out of seemingly nowhere?
  • Have I always been like this?

If the answer to most of these questions is yes, then it is time to check in with a doctor.

Professional diagnosis

Professional diagnosis of PE will occur in a doctor’s or specialist’s office. However, some diagnosis may be done over the phone. Your doctor will:

  • Ask some questions about your general health, medication use, life, and sex life
  • Perform a checkup, taking blood pressure, etc.
  • Run blood tests checking hormone levels, etc.

 

Treatment of PE

The treatment that is recommended to you will depend on the underlying cause of your premature ejaculation. Since PE can be due to both psychological and/or physical reasons, these will need to be addressed.

Your treatment may include things like:

  • Practicing different sexual behaviours, such as masturbating before intercourse
  • Using thicker condoms to delay response
  • Medication
  • Practicing Kegel exercises
  • Counselling to help process underlying thoughts

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