Premature Ejaculation

Some men experience significant personal distress because of this condition. As many as one in five men experience difficulty with uncontrolled or early ejaculation at some point in life. When premature ejaculation happens so frequently that it interferes with the sexual pleasure of a man or his partner, it becomes a medical problem. Several factors may contribute to premature ejaculation. Usually, the underlying cause is psychological. Stress, depression and other factors that affect mental and emotional health can aggravate this condition.


Premature ejaculation often occurs during a male's first experiences with sex, and in this case is most commonly attributed to anxiety. Over time, most men gradually learn to control their orgasm.

Some men, though, develop a longer-term anxiety toward sex, which can cause a prolonged experience with premature ejaculation.

Sexual behavior can also be a factor in premature ejaculation. The longer the period since the last ejaculation, the quicker young men typically reach orgasm. Younger men tend to ejaculate more quickly than older men, as experience seems to be associated with ejaculatory control.

Can it be treated?

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Behavioral therapy

For many years, behavioral therapy was the only treatment available and accepted. Behavioral therapy includes:

  • The "start-stop" method, in which the male withdraws the penis from the vagina before ejaculation can occur, then reinserts the penis when the urgency has subsided.
  • The "squeeze" method, in which gentle pressure is applied to the head of the penis with the index finger and thumb to prevent ejaculation.

Desensitizing the penis

Some men find that desensitizing the penis can help resolve premature ejaculation, though it usually also lessens the pleasure of sex for the male. The two most common types of desensitization are:

  • Use of desensitizing creams, which promise to lessen the sensations felt by men during intercourse so that they can last longer.
  • Use of condoms, which reduce the amount of stimulation experienced during sex.

Herbal Creams

There is a potent solution that is very simple, yet incredibly effective and will set you on the road to mental sexual freedom. It has been developed into a simple desensitizing cream that uses special transdemal technology to carry the active ingredient to the nerves that are set deep in the tip of the penis (the most sensitive part). Shortly after the cream is applied, it can be washed off and no one but you need ever know that you are using it. Click for more information on Maximus Delay Cream. It comes in a very small pot, however it is so powerful and effective, you only need a couple of dabs and it will last a long time.


In recent years, a number of studies have revealed that anti-depressants can be fairly effective in postponing ejaculation when taken on a daily basis or when taken about 5 to 24 hours before anticipated sexual activity.

Consult your Doctor

Depending on your level of discomfort or concern about premature ejaculation, you may want to see your GP / Doctor to explore other treatment options.


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