Premature Ejaculation or Early discharge happens when a man discharges sooner amid sex than he or his partner would like. Premature Ejaculation is a very common sexual issue. Estimates vary, but as many as 1 out of 3 men say they experience this problem at some time.
Premature ejaculation - and ejaculation in general - is complex and not well understood. As a result, there are various beliefs about PE that are either not true or backed up by scientific evidence, such as some of the premature ejaculation home remedies. Hormonal problems, medication side effects, and inflammation can also be factors. New genetic research suggests that some men may be genetically predisposed to PE.
Both psychological and biological factors can play a role in premature ejaculation. Although many men not feel comfortable while talking about it, premature ejaculation is a common and treatable disease. Medications, counseling and sexual techniques that delay ejaculation or a combination of these can help improve sex for you and your partner.
What are the symptoms?
The main symptom is an uncontrolled ejaculation either before or shortly after intercourse begins. Ejaculation occurs before the person wishes it, with minimal sexual stimulation.
Premature Ejaculation Treatments
Trying to build control over your ejaculatory reflex. Begin by self-stimulating (masturbating) regularly (three to five times per week) to become accustomed to the level of sensitivity and stimulation.
Practicing this idea will help you to know where your point of no return is so that during partner sex when you feel this sensation happening, you can back off either by pulling out to change sexual positions.
Thus dulling your sensation for a moment or you can change your stroke (instead of thrusting in and out during sex you can leave your penis inside your partner and go in circles.
Practice Kegels to attempt to delay orgasm. Kegels are useful when the ejaculation is near and can help to stave the ejaculation off. Just Google Kegel Exercises to see what they are.