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Management Strategies for PE – What Men Should Know About it

 

Anchor text: PE is the most common sexual dysfunction in men younger than 60, estimated to affect around 30% of the male population. – https://london-andrology.co.uk/services/sexual-health/premature-ejaculation/      

Premature Ejaculation or PE is an incredibly common sexual dysfunction. Many live under the wrong impression that only elders suffer from such disorders. But truth is, men of all ages face at a time of another the issue. In some cases, it isn’t even about a dysfunction. It may be a one-time occurrence due to a series of contextual factors: a new partner, alcohol consumption or stress. For those thinking that they may suffer from PE, below is more information about it.

What are the signs of premature ejaculation

Many wrongfully think of themselves that they suffer from premature ejaculation. However, medically speaking, to be classified as PE, one’s condition should meet three coordinates.

  • Ejaculation occurs in most of the cases within one minute of penile penetration;
  • Inability to delay ejaculation;
  • The person suffers from an array of negative feelings, as a result: guilt, shame and anger.

Medical practitioners agree that these coordinates should be met whether or not the person is engaged in a sexual act with a partner.

What are the causes of PE?

PE is the most common sexual dysfunction in men younger than 60, estimated to affect around 30% of the male population. But, as a series of studies have proven, your brain chemistry plays a great role in everything. Apparently, men with lower serotonin levels have more chances to ejaculate earlier than they normally should. But the emotional part also plays a great role.

  • Relationship problems;
  • Guilt;
  • Performance anxiety;
  • Stress;

In some cases, PE is associated with ED (Erectile Dysfunction). In this case, men rush to ejaculate earlier because they fear to lose their penile function earlier. This is a difficult-to-break cycle.

Solutions and Management Therapies

At some point, PE will impact your and your partner’s life. If this is the case, you should address your concerns to a medical professional that has the ability to develop a therapy management strategy for you both. Your issue will be addressed form a medical and psychological point of view. In some cases, your partner should assist in the therapy sessions. Best advice would be to seek professional help in your treatment attempts. Don’t try to treat your condition with advice that you find on the web.

However, it’s worth mentioning the fact that most men are helped through behavioural therapy sessions, to help the sufferer control their ejaculation. In other cases, medical therapy is recommended. Obviously, you have to discuss with a medical practitioner before taking any medication.

The information above will offer you a better understanding of the issue. Make sure to schedule a meeting with a professional and don’t attempt to order drugs from the web, as these might lead to other, more complicated medical conditions. Also, if you use antidepressants, you should know that these could also lead to this condition. But don’t try to interrupt your medication, regardless, until further advice from an expert.

 

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