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Premature Ejaculation Cure

One of the most common types of male sexual dysfunction, premature ejaculation is an inability to control the ejaculatory reflex during intercourse. As a result, ejaculation occurs before or immediately after penetration or before the wishes of both partners. This disorder affects men of all ages.

Causes

Premature ejaculation is considered a psychological problem in some cases. Some doctors believe that early sexual experiences, especially those in which you may have hurried to reach climax in order to avoid being discovered, may establish a lifelong pattern. If you grew up in a family that considered sex dirty or sinful, you may also have developed guilty feelings that increase your tendency to rush through sexual encounters.

However, biological factors also may cause premature ejaculation. Some studies comparing men who experience premature ejaculation with those who don't have found differences between the two groups in certain hormone levels and in the sensitivity of their genitalia.

Symptoms

Ejaculation happens before the individual or couple would like (prematurely). This may range from before penetration to a point just after penetration, and may leave the couple feeling unsatisfied.

Signs and tests

Abnormal findings are unlikely to be associated with the condition. Useful information is more likely to be obtained from interviewing the person or the couple.

Treatment

Masters and Johnson have developed a highly successful, intensive treatment program for premature ejaculation. The program combines insight therapy, behavioral techniques, and experiential sessions that involve both sexual partners. The program is designed to help the patient focus on sensations of impending orgasm. The therapy sessions, which continue for 2 weeks or longer, typically include:

  • mutual physical examination, which increases the couple's awareness of anatomy and physiology while reducing shameful feelings about sexual parts of the body
  • sensate focus, which allows each partner, in turn, to caress the other's body without intercourse and to focus on the pleasurable sensations of touch
  • the squeeze technique, which helps the patient gain control of ejaculatory tension by having the woman squeeze his penis, with her thumb on the frenulum and her forefinger and middle finger on the dorsal surface, near the coronal ridge. At the patient's direction, she applies and releases pressure every few
    minutes during a touching exercise to delay ejaculation by keeping him at an earlier phase of the sexual response cycle.

The stop-and-start technique also helps delay ejaculation. With the woman in the superior position, this method involves pelvic thrusting until orgasmic sensations start and then stopping and restarting to aid control of ejaculation. The couple eventually is allowed to achieve orgasm.

Prevention

The best prevention is obtaining adequate information on normal sexual responses of males before having sex. It is also helpful to have sex in a comfortable, relaxed, private setting, free of guilt, stress, and fear.


 

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