Premature Ejaculation (PE)
Premature Ejaculation Treatment
Sex is a chance to connect on an emotional, spiritual, and physical level with the one you love, but for those suffering from premature ejaculation, sexual intimacy can sometimes be a source of stress and anxiety.
If you are suffering from premature ejaculation, your first instinct may be to keep silent. After all, talking about intimacy problems, even with a trusted healthcare professional, can seem quite embarrassing. However, if you want to stop premature ejaculation and restore your lost intimacy, you need to be honest and forthright with your primary care doctor or urologist. With the right treatment and a firm diagnosis, you can prevent premature ejaculation with the help of My Men’s Clinic.
If you are wondering if you could benefit from PE treatment, below are some of the most frequently asked questions about the process. If you can’t find an answer to your question below, please feel free to reach out to our men’s health specialists today.
Don’t Suffer in Silence
Help is Available for Premature Ejaculation
The good news is you are far from alone. Studies show that an estimated 25% to 40% of adult men will experience issues with premature ejaculation at some point in their lives. That is a lot of men and, chances are, someone you know has also been suffering in silence due to PE.
Help is available for your premature ejaculation issues, and the sooner you seek sound medical advice, the sooner you can reconnect with your spouse or partner.
What is Premature Ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation (PE) is a condition that can wreak havoc on a man’s sex life. Instead of sustaining an erection for the average length of time before orgasm, men suffering from premature ejaculation may orgasm prior to intercourse or even a minute or two after the start of intercourse. This can lead to depression, performance anxiety, and unhappiness for both you and your partner.
Is Premature Ejaculation the Same as Erectile Dysfunction?
Premature ejaculation is a type of sexual dysfunction that can sometimes be a part of erectile dysfunction but is a separate condition.
What are the Symptoms of Premature Ejaculation?
The main symptom of premature ejaculation is having an orgasm during intercourse earlier than you or your partner would like, but another symptom can be rapid climax during masturbation as well.
What are the Main Causes of Premature Ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation causes are wide-ranging, and many men will have more than one cause for their condition. A simple fear of intimacy can cause men to ejaculate prematurely, as can certain underlying medical or mental health conditions, such as diabetes, depression, performance anxiety, or lack of confidence. There is even some evidence that some men are born with the condition.
No matter what the cause, it is possible to stop premature ejaculation and regain the sexual intimacy and joy you deserve. You do not have to live with premature ejaculation one day longer, and there is effective help available for this common but largely unnecessary form of sexual dysfunction.
Is Premature Ejaculation Caused By Aging?
Premature ejaculation is not a normal part of aging. No matter what age you are, if you are experiencing symptoms like ejaculating after little or no sexual stimulation, issues with sexual stamina, or the inability to complete sexual intercourse, you should talk to your doctor right away.
Does Premature Ejaculation Affect Your Overall Health?
In some cases, premature ejaculation can be caused by health conditions such as diabetes, prostate issues, and other issues, but for the most part, PE does not affect your overall health. The most common effects of PE are typically loss of sexual satisfaction, stress, depression, and anxiety.
How Common is Premature Ejaculation?
In the U.S., about 1 in 3 men between the ages of 18 to 59 years old have issues with PE. It’s often the result of psychological factors, but biology can also play a part in P.E.
How is Premature Ejaculation Diagnosed?
If you experience frequent premature ejaculation, you should schedule an appointment with a PE specialist. During your appointment, your doctor will ask questions to help determine if you suffer from PE. Questions may include:
- How long have you suffered from premature ejaculation?
- Does it happen during intercourse, masturbation, or both situations?
- How often does it happen?
- Does it happen with all partners?
How Does Premature Ejaculation Treatment Work?
Not two patients are alike, which is why My Men’s Clinic provides a wide range of treatment options for men suffering from premature ejaculation, including medication, behavioral modifications and exercises, and topical medications. However, in many cases, the best approach to PE will be a combination of each of these treatment options. Antidepressants and topical medications can help numb the penis and dull sexual excitement, while the “stop-and-start” and “squeeze” methods can help delay orgasm until you and your partner are ready. Over time, men with premature ejaculation will learn which treatments work best, so they can reclaim their sexual function, please their partners, and rediscover the depth of intimacy they had been missing.
Can Premature Ejaculation Be Cured?
For many men, premature ejaculation is a treatable condition. Through a combination of behavioral modfication, medication, and techniques that can delay ejaculation, you can improve sex for you and your partner.
Still Have Questions?
If you are unable to achieve a satisfying sex life due to premature ejaculation, it is important to talk to a qualified urologist at My Men’s Clinic. Our medical professionals can rule out serious medical conditions, like issues with your prostate, that could be causing the issues. And if no troubling medical conditions are found, your doctor can prescribe premature ejaculation medication or other premature ejaculation treatments.
If you suffer from premature ejaculation, you should not ignore it or brush it under the rug. Sexual health is an integral part of your overall well being, and your local men’s health clinic can help you overcome your issues, so that you and your partner can enjoy a more fulfilling love life. Contact My Men’s Clinic!
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