Cure Premature Ejaculation
When you think of sexual dysfunction, most people will think of erectile dysfunction. However, while many men do have a problem getting it up, Premature Ejaculation (PE) is a sexual dysfunction that affects almost 1 in every 3 men of all ages past puberty. The actual number of men who may be affected but never report it is probably much larger.
While most men with erectile dysfunction have the ever-popular Viagra to cure their erection issues, those with premature ejaculation have a much more difficult time finding a cure.
Premature ejaculation is not cured simply by taking a prescription pill. Why? Premature ejaculation may be caused by a number of issues or underlying problems. Most medical professionals believe that premature ejaculation is a result of psychological or psychosomatic root causes. Anxiety, tension, emotional problems, and other psychological issues may cause a man to ejaculate too soon.
And there is the problem of defining when is "too soon." The average man reaches orgasm and ejaculates about 5 minutes after sexual stimulation begins. And while many men can hold off and delay their ejaculation longer, the average woman takes about 15 minutes to reach orgasm. Statistically, it appears that most men would have a problem with premature ejaculation if they reach orgasm and ejaculate at any time before their partner does.
Steps to Cure Premature Ejaculation
What can you do to cure premature ejaculation? Here are a few steps to get you on the way to curing and finding ways to cope:
Determine that there is a problem
First you must determine that there is a problem. If you find that you cannot help reaching orgasm and ejaculating within a few seconds to a few minutes every time you enter your partner's vagina, then you most likely have a problem. Even if you can delay for a few minutes, but your partner still takes much longer to reach orgasm, you still may have a problem. If you and your partner are continually dissatisfied with sexual interaction, then it's time to go to the next step.
Seek professional help
The next thing you should do is talk to your doctor. It is no shame to be diagnosed with premature ejaculation. Remember, almost 1 in 3 men are officially diagnosed with premature ejaculation. Once you are diagnosed, then you and your doctor can go forward with a possible cure.
Try to determine the underlying issue
Your physician may try to help you find the underlying issue, or refer you to a psychologist to get answers. You may find that your premature ejaculation relates to over-anxiety, hypersensitivity, or even a medical issue with your male sexual organs.
Find a treatment that works
Once you can determine a root of the cause, then you and your team of confidential medical and psychological professionals can send you on a potential cure. Here are some possibilities:
- Therapy – This may include anxiety reduction or calming techniques.
- Herbal or pharmacological – Oral prescriptions may be able to help with your premature ejaculation.
- Topical desensitization creams – Some topical creams are designed to help desensitize the penis and help prolong sexual satisfaction.
- Sexual positions – Possibly sexual therapy may be initiated to try different positions that do not stimulate the penis as much as others.
No matter what the root cause, you have options that can help you deal and cope with premature ejaculation. If you have determined that premature ejaculation is a problem, get yourself to a doctor right away and begin your journey to regular sexual satisfaction.