Men don’t like discussing sex problems; it’s embarrassing and makes them feel vulnerable. Subjects like erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation are avoided like a plague. This makes diagnosis and treatment very difficult – if not impossible. With that said, there are certain questions that everyone asks when discussing these topics. I thought it’ would be a good idea to look at questions related to premature ejaculation.
Let’s get started.
01: What is Premature Ejaculation?
Well…how can I put this delicately? Premature ejaculation is where you…finish before your partner. This can cause frustration between you and your partner and you may end up trying to avoid sexual activity as a result.
02: What causes Premature Ejaculation?
Once you know what the problem is, you tend to look for causes and solutions, don’t you? That brings us to this question, what causes premature ejaculations? There are a variety of causes for this problem but a few common ones are:
- Substance abuse (drugs, alcohol, etc.) – extensive abuse of drugs (either prescription or illicit) and alcohol can cause serious damage to your body and severely affect your sex life by reducing the functionality of certain key parts of your anatomy.
- Anxiety and/or depression – if you’re nervous or upset you may try to avoid ejaculating too soon and end up doing exactly that.
- Inexperience – an obvious enough source, right? Performance anxiety and a lack of know-how may cause premature ejaculation.
- Overexcitement – another obvious one, if you’re too excited you’ll end up overdoing things and finishing too soon because of sensory overload.
Not everyone will have the same problems, mind you; but these are some common sources to which everyone can relate.
03: Can this be cured?
I’ve mentioned this before, but it bears repeating: I hate the term ‘cured’ in this context. It implies that there’s a permanent solution to what could be an ongoing issue. As previously noted, there are a number of causes (I only listed a few) and you can’t approach each one the same way. That said, there are certain treatments that you can use to deal with premature ejaculation.
04: What are some Methods of Treatment for Premature Ejaculation?
Well, there are a number of treatments you can try and some are more effective than others. You can use medications (either traditional or modern prescription stuff) as long as you take extreme care. Changes to your lifestyle and your approach to sexual intimacy (i.e. experimentation) can also help. If needed, you can seek counselling to discuss any personal issues that may be giving you trouble – believe it or not, this is actually helpful.
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05: What is the most Important thing to Know about Premature Ejaculation?
The answer to this one is more subjective because depending on whom you ask you’ll get a different answer. One of the reasons why men don’t discuss this topic is that they feel embarrassed or humiliated by the fact that this is happening to them at all. This can cause problems, as previously noted but one thing to understand is that this is something that’s completely normal. As a society, we’ve demonized certain aspects of sex and put unrealistic and, frankly, unsafe expectations on ourselves in relation to sexual intimacy/activity; this makes it harder to discuss with anyone – let alone medical professionals.
It’s important, therefore, to understand that you can discuss this issue without fear of humiliation. This is something that can be treated and/or controlled but only if you get the help you need when you need it.
There you have it, five questions relating to key aspects of premature ejaculation. I hope you found this article informative – if not enjoyable.
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