Premature ejaculation problem – common sexual issue in men

All people, men and women can be affected by sexual problems. Sexual issues occur in adults of all ages, races, social status. Still older people tend to be more prone to sexual health problems. The decline in sexual activity is associated with various age-related diseases and hormonal changes in older people.

Men have certain types of sexual problems including erectile dysfunction, low libido and ejaculatory disorders.

Ejaculatory disorders in men are among the most common issues affecting male’s health and well-being.

The different types of ejaculation disorders include premature ejaculation, retarded ejaculation, and retrograde ejaculation.

Premature ejaculation or premature climaxing is the ejaculation which occurs too early after penetration or before penetration. The sexual act becomes impossible because the erection before ejaculation lasts for only 30-60 seconds. The men are diagnosed with premature ejaculation when their time before ejaculation is 2 minutes or less.

Retarded ejaculation or delay in ejaculation is when the ejaculation occurs but too slowly in men. And retrograde ejaculation is characterized by ejaculation which is forced back to the bladder while normally it happens through urethra and out of the penis.

All three types of ejaculatory problems cause lots of difficulties in men, including frustration, anxiety, fears to perform in bed and some others.

In some cases, premature and delayed ejaculation result from no attraction for a partner. Some men have the ejaculatory problems due to past traumatic events and even psychological factors.

Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual health problems in men. It can happen because a man is too nervous or excited before and during sexual activity.

Retrograde ejaculation is often diagnosed in men with diabetic neuropathy. The damaged nerves in the bladder can cause the flow of the semen backward. Some men experience retrograde ejaculation after prostate surgery or trauma.

The most common form of sexual dysfunction in men, premature ejaculation is treated with certain medicines. Antidepressants slow the ejaculatory process and can be used as effective treatment along with other methods.

Antidepressants are prescription drugs from the class of SSRIs. They can delay ejaculation and that is good for men who ejaculate too fast, but bad for those with delayed orgasm.

Drinking alcohol can also have a suppressive effect on ejaculatory process. That is why for men with delayed ejaculation, it is recommended to avoid drinking alcohol.

Still alcohol is not a remedy for those who suffer from premature climaxing. It is well-known that alcohol can impair sexual function and cause poor erections.

For many men, getting older and mature also helps decrease the sensitivity of the penis and having more control over the body and ejaculatory process.

Masturbation technique can be a good method to delay ejaculation. It is known that this method trains a response to stimulation and thus a man can control and delay his ejaculation.

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