One of the most common sexual problems is premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation is the inability to delay ejaculation to when it is mutually desirable for both partners. For this reason it is hard to define a case of premature ejaculation. Some have trouble controlling their orgasm after entry and others consider 5-10 minutes of intercourse too little time. How long someone is able to last is not the important factor in diagnosing premature ejaculation.
Premature ejaculation is a problem that most men have experienced at some point in their life. It was believed that drugs or certain infections such as urethritis caused premature ejaculation, but it is more psychological in nature. The exact cause of the condition still remains a mystery.
Premature ejaculation often occurs during the first experience with intercourse due to anxiety. The majority of men learn to control their orgasm and have no lasting effect. Some will develop a long-term anxiety toward sex, which causes a prolonged experience with premature ejaculation.
Another factor is sexual behavior. The longer someone goes with out sex, the quicker men typically reach orgasm. Young adults tend to ejaculate more quickly as experience seems to be associated with ejaculatory control.
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