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Premature Ejaculation is one of the most common sexual problems faced by men today. It is characterized by a man ejaculating very soon during sexual intercourse; it creates a problem if the ejaculation occurs before or just after sexual intercourse begins.
This is a very frustrating problem for men and can cause dissatisfaction not only for himself but also for his partner. It can lead to negative consequences for their relationship such as stress and loss of intimacy between the partners. Men who suffer from this condition usually feel loss of self-confidence and low self-esteem. Another problem that it can cause is problems with fertility, some couples may find it very hard to conceive and have children, if premature ejaculation is not treated properly.
The causes of premature ejaculation include erectile dysfunction, anxiety about sexual performance, relationship problems, abnormal hormone levels, certain types of thyroid problems and abnormal levels of neurotransmitters (brain chemicals).
Fortunately premature ejaculation is easily curable and at we take pride in our record of successfully treating our patients. The premature ejaculation treatment consists of identifying both the psychological as well as physical factors of each individual case and treating them with one or a combination of counseling, different sexual techniques and medication to relieve them of this embarrassing problem.
If you suffer from premature ejaculation then we strongly recommend that you take our expert consultation to cure yourself from it as soon as possible and be on your way back to not only enjoying sex again by lasting longer during sexual intercourse but also satisfying your partner in bed. This will lead you to regain your self-confidence and earn back your partners respect.
Before we can address the symptoms of PE, we should first define a commonly-used term related to premature ejaculation - the "intravaginal ejaculatory latency time" or IELT. IELT is the time from initial penetration to ejaculation, or, in more general terms, the length of time that sexual intercourse lasts.
Although IELT is important for most men, the primary symptoms of premature ejaculation are the inability to control orgasm and disappointment in sexual performance.
Note that both premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction result in the loss of an erection. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is sometimes confused with premature ejaculation, but in cases of premature ejaculation, the loss of erection always occurs after ejaculation. In contrast, ED involves a loss of erection that may occur at any time during sexual activity. Some men attempt to treat PE with very aggressive ED treatments which can help a man maintain an erection after ejaculation.