Premature ejaculation (precum)

Premature Ejaculation, Climax Control & Precum

Personal Experiences and Questions and Answers

  • I’ve been suffering with premature ejaculation (climax) for all of my sexual being.

Not one doctor has found or can tell me how to fix my problem. I’ve tried creams; condoms, masturbation before sex and the one doctor favorite stop start method. Doctors have even went as far as to say they just don’t know any thing to help me. Now after 15 years of marriage my wife and I are beginning to fall apart. Partly because I’m loosing my mind over this issue and she has stopped having sex with me. Who or where do I turn? I’m alone in the world with no one to help or even want to deal with this MENS ISSUE.

  • Premature Ejaculation after achieving erection, need stamina performance…
  • Semen leakage precum problem and what it is …

Premature Ejaculation & Climax Control Q&A;’s

What is premature ejaculation (climax)?

Premature ejaculation is defined as persistent or repeated ejaculation with slight stimulation prior to or shortly after intercourse. Recent data indicates that premature climax is the most common form of sexual dysfunction affecting tens of millions of men. Ejaculation disorders can have devastating effects on relationships, and can contribute to lack of self-confidence, embarrassment, and trauma.

What causes premature ejaculation?

Current research suggests that it is a medical disorder with a psychological as well as a physical basis. Psychological explanations often look to early male sexual experiences that conditioned rapid responsiveness. A second theory asserts that anxiety, for some men, is heightened in sexual situations. The pressure to perform under heightened anxiety may be another cause. This performance anxiety may lead to a vicious cycle that is repeated in new relationships. Contrary to popular opinion, another theory argues that premature climax is related to a low sex drive. Men’s sexual relationships proceed through three levels: Desire, Arousal and Orgasm. The real problem for some men may be that they miss the first step. Lack of full arousal may result in less rather than more for ejaculation control. Other researchers have noted that men who suffer from pre mature ejaculation have a neurological problem of hypersensitivity in the penis and/ or hyperspasticity of the pelvic muscles. A recent study disputes this assertion. Eighteen patients with a life long history of premature climax were tested under laboratory conditions. The study concluded that penile hypersensitivity does not appear to be a major factor to control premature ejaculation.

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What are the remedies and treatment solutions?

Diversionary ejaculation control techniques, like concentrating on something other than sex to delay an orgasm usually do not work, nor does getting drunk, using more than one condom, or using creams to numb the penis. These practices are not only ineffective they also deny a man the full pleasure that nature intended. There are some legitimate methods that have proven to be effective to control ejaculation:

The squeeze method originated by Masters and Johnson consists of squeezing the penis hard enough to partially lose an erection prior to ejaculation. The goal of the technique is to become aware of the sensations leading to an orgasm.

The start-stop method consists of the partner starting and stopping stimulation prior to ejaculation. The series of exercises progresses to intercourse and over a period of weeks to gradually increasing ejaculatory control.

The goal of either technique to stop premature ejaculation is mutual satisfaction for both partners. While exercise methods may be effective, they rely on the cooperation of the man’s partner, which in some cases may be a problem.

Pharmacological treatment is now receiving increased attention from physicians and the pharmaceutical industry. The use of low dose anti- depressants including Anfronil, Clomipramine, Prozac, and Zoloft have been reported to be successful in prolonging ejaculation for many men. The adverse drug side effects from such prescription medications is a deterrent for many men seeking a safe and effective means to prevent premature ejaculation.

It has historically been considered a psychosexual disorder, however, there is a growing body of scientific data that suggests that it has an organic basis related to serotonin levels in the brain. Scientific evidence indicates that increasing the amount of serotonin to the central nervous system through the use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI’s) appears to increase the latency or period of time from penetration to ejaculation. There is now a new natural herbal aphrodisiac remedy that provides natural serotonin precursors and nutrients to speed up the chemical reaction in the brain allowing more serotonin to be formed and available for use by the body while simultaneously delivering safe and effective herbal antidepressants. And, does not dull tactile sensation in the penis.