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Premature ejaculation can be a very emotional and distressing ailment here is the long and short of erectile dysfunction.
Premature ejaculation is the most common sexual problem for men. This occurs when men come too quickly before they or their partner would like them to. Premature ejaculation is not a condition, disease or illness. Often, the problem of premature ejaculation diminishes as you become more secure with your partner or the circumstances in which you’re having sex and you may ‘grow’ out of this problem.
Premature ejaculation is a lack of control over ejaculation so that it often happens sooner than the man or his partner would want it too and it can cause problems within the relationship. Most men have suffered from erectile dysfunction in their life and it is nothing to be embarrassed or concerned about. It only becomes a problem when it happens frequently and starts affecting your sex life adversely.
Premature ejaculation has long been believed to be a psychological problem but some studies have shown that men who suffer from this long term may have a have a chemical imbalance in the brain centres controlling this function. The Better Health Channel run by the Victorian Government has identified other reasons why erectile dysfunction may occur during sex including:
Feeling nervous or worried about being rejected
Due to unrelated stress or pressure
Feeling afraid of harm (some men have an irrational fear that penetration can cause injury to the penis)
There is a variety of treatments to choose from, including exercises, therapy and drugs. It is best to consult your general practitioner and ask if they can refer you to a sex therapist or a sexual health clinic to seek treatment for this problem. While there is no known cure for premature ejaculation, there are a few treatment techniques that can help prolong intimacy that you can practice with your partner behind closed doors.
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