Premature ejaculation is defined as the lack of control of the time taken from the beginning of vaginal penetration until the ejaculation, which leads to distress and unsatisfaction of the person himself or a partner.
Lifelong Premature Ejaculation: that occurs always or often before or within about one minute of vaginal penetration from the start of sexual life.
Acquired premature ejaculation: is the significant reduction in the time taken to ejaculate to three minutes or less for a man who has recently had premature ejaculation after a normal period of time.
This associated with:
- Inability to control ejaculation on all or most sexual intercourse
- Feelings of distress, discomfort, frustration and / or avoid sexual intimacy.
There are psychological, organic, and hormonal causes related to premature ejaculation, as treatment depends on a detailed case study, testing, and medical examinations to find out the cause and treat the cause.
Treatment can be through educational sessions and the use of sexual techniques to help control ejaculation or the use of medical drugs