Ejaculation of semen during sexual intercourse before or immediately after penetration is said to be “premature ejaculation”.
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A number of factors may be involved.
Most cases of premature ejaculation are not related to any disease and are instead due to psychological factors, including:
Most cases of PE are not related to any disease and are instead due to psychological factors, including:
- sexual inexperience
- issues with body image
- novelty of a relationship
- over excitement or too much stimulation
- feelings of guilt or inadequacy
- issues related to control and intimacy
These common psychological factors, according to MedicalNewstoday can affect men who have previously had normal ejaculation. These cases are often called secondary, or acquired, PE.
More rarely, there may be a biological cause.
The following are possible medical causes of PE:
- Excessive alcohol consuption
- illicit drug use
- Prostate disease
- Thyroid problem
- Multiple sclerosis
Treatment for Premature Ejaculation:
In most cases, there is a psychological cause, and the prognosis is good.
If the problem occurs at the beginning of a new sexual partnership, the difficulties often resolve as the relationship goes on.
If, however, the problem is more persistent, doctors may recommend counselling from a therapist specializing in sexual relationships, or “couples therapy.”
Some topical therapies may be applied to the penis before sex, with or without a condom. These local aesthetic creams reduce stimulation.
Examples include lidocaine or prilocaine, which can improve the amount of time before ejaculation.
However, longer use of anaesthetics can result in numbness and loss of erection. The reduced sensation created by the creams may not be acceptable to the man, and the numbness can affect the woman, too.
Two methods that can be helpful for men are:
- The start-and-stop method: This aims to improve a man’s control over ejaculation. Either the man or his partner stops sexual stimulation at the point when he feels he is about to have an orgasm, and they resume once the sensation of impending orgasm has subsided.
- The squeeze method: This is similar, but the man gently squeezes the end of his penis, or his partner does this for him, for 30 seconds before restarting stimulation.
A man tries to achieve this upward of three or four times before allowing himself to ejaculate.
Practice is important, and if the problem continues, it may be worth talking to a doctor.
Researchers have found that Kegel exercises, which aim to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, can help men with lifelong premature ejacualtion.
Forty men with the condition underwent physical therapy involving:
- physio-kinesiotherapy to achieve muscle contraction
- electrostimulation of the perineal floor
- biofeedback, which helped them understand how to control the muscle contractions in the perineal floor
They also followed a set of individualized exercises.
After 12 weeks of treatment, over 80% of the participants gained a degree of control over their ejaculation reflex. They increased the time between penetration and ejaculation by at least 60 seconds.