This condition is characterized by the man ejaculating very soon after starting sexual intercourse or sometimes discharging in a state of arousal itself, before even consummating the act itself. The nature of the problem makes a lot of men embarrassed to seek help which in turn leads them and their partner to suffer in silence here are a few tips which can help control premature ejaculation, these involve certain behavioral changes that can increase the time a man lasts in the act of sexual intercourse before reaching an orgasm: Increase the frequency of lovemaking: This may sound counter-intuitive but the more one indulges in sexual intercourse, the better control he will have on when he ejaculates.
Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual health-related problems that men face.This is a very frustrating problem which has an adverse effect on the psyche of the man and leads to not only an unsatisfactory sex life for him but also his wife or partner. It can put a tremendous amount of strain on the relationship and in some severe cases may also be a cause for not conceiving a child.
Indulge in Foreplay
This has the dual benefit of sexually satisfying your partner and of reducing the pressure on you performing during sexual intercourse, and this will lead to better ejaculatory control.
Thinking of something not related to sex during intercourse may help in delaying ejaculation. You need to be careful in doing this though as sometimes it may cause you to lose your erection and be counterproductive to what you are trying to do, that prolongs your lovemaking.
Speed of Masturbation
Unfortunately, the practice of self-pleasure has a lot of myths and taboos attached to it due to misconceptions and lack of information. The truth is that masturbation is a normal and healthy part of our lives. Masturbating in a certain way can also help control ejaculation. The trick is not to masturbate too quickly but to do so slowly. Make sure you at-least last more than 5 minutes before attaining an orgasm. The more control you have on your ejaculation during masturbation, the better control you will have during lovemaking.
These are just a few easily implemented behavioral changes on how you approach to sex, which can improve your control over premature ejaculation. You need to be patient and communicate with your partner, explain to her what you are trying to do and I’m sure she will understand and support you. If you are still suffering from premature ejaculation after trying the above-mentioned tips, then consult your doctor or a qualified sexologist, who can then suggest you different techniques and medication to help you get rid of this frustrating problem. Make sure never to self medicate.
Ejaculation occurs when a man experiences orgasm and expels semen soon after sexual activity and with minimal penile stimulation. It has also been called early ejaculation, rapid ejaculation, rapid climax, premature climax, and (historically) ejaculation praecox. There is no uniform cut-off defining “premature,” but a consensus of experts at the International Society for Sexual Medicine endorsed a definition including “ejaculation which always or nearly always occurs prior to or within about one minute.The International Classification of Diseases applies a cut-off of 15 seconds from the beginning of sexual intercourse.
Although men with premature ejaculation describe feeling that they have less control over ejaculating, it is not clear if that is true, and many or most average men also report that they wish they could last longer. Men’s typical ejaculatory latency is approximately 4–8 minutes.
Men with often report emotional and relationship distress and some avoid pursuing sexual relationships because of -related embarrassment.Compared with men, women consider less of a problem,but several studies show that the condition also causes female partners distress.
When deciding the appropriate treatment, it is important for physicians to distinguish as a “complaint” versus as a “syndrome About 20 years ago, was classified into “lifelong and “acquired. Recently, a new classification of was proposed based on controlled clinical and epidemiological stopwatch studies, and it included 2 other syndromes: “natural variable and “premature-like ejaculatory dysfunction”.
Only individuals with lifelong with shorter than 1–1.5 minutes should require medication as a first option, along with or without therapy. For those who fall into one of the other categories, treatment should consist of patient reassurance, behavior therapy, and/or psychoeducation to explain that irregular early ejaculation is a normal variation.
Several possible sub-classifications have been discussed, but none is in universal usage. Primary premature ejaculation refers to the lifelong experience of the problem (since puberty), and secondary premature ejaculation reference to the problem beginning later in life. It has also been subdivided into global premature ejaculation when it occurs with all partners and contexts, and situational premature ejaculation, when it occurs in some situations or with specific partners.
Several treatments have been tested for treating premature ejaculation. A combination of medication and non-medication treatments is often the most effective method.
Many men attempt to treat themselves for premature ejaculation by trying to distract themselves, such as by trying to focus their attention away from the sexual stimulation. There is little evidence to indicate that it is effective, however.
Other self-treatments include during the act thrusting more slowly, withdrawing the penis altogether, purposefully ejaculating before sexual intercourse, and using more than one condom. Using more than one condom is not recommended as the friction will often lead to breakage. Some men report these to have been helpful.
By the 21st century, most men with premature ejaculation could cure themselves, either on their own or with a partner, using self-help resources, and only those with unusually severe problems had to consult sex therapists, who cured 75 to 80 percent.
The Freudian theory postulated that rapid ejaculation was a symptom of underlying neurosis. It stated that the man suffers unconscious hostility toward women, so he ejaculates rapidly, which satisfies him but frustrates his lover, who is unlikely to experience an orgasm that quickly.
Freudians claimed that premature ejaculation could be cured using psychoanalysis. But even years of psychoanalysis accomplished little, if anything, in curing premature ejaculation.
There is no evidence that men with premature ejaculation harbor unusual hostility toward women, however.
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