FAQ's
  • What are the symptoms of Premature Ejaculation?

    If you are unable to engage in intercourse that is satisfying for yourself and your partner that lasts more than 1-2 minutes prior to orgasm, you have a problem with Premature Ejaculation. The happiness of you and your partner is the best measure of the severity of the problem.

    How common is Premature Ejaculation?

    Premature Ejaculation is much more common than most people realise because it is a men’s health problem that affects both young and older men. Statistics demonstrate that as many as 1-in-3 men experience difficulty with PE at some point. Because PE is under-reported, the actual number is likely much higher.

    If I’ve never had a problem with PE, can it become a problem later in life?

    Yes. The natural aging process can cause changes in your sexual performance. Changes in erection firmness, duration, or response can result in earlier ejaculation and may cause Premature Ejaculation. These changes can be moderated or reversed, and PE can be eliminated.

    Can medications cause Premature Ejaculation?

    Some medications can impact your ability to delay ejaculation and fully enjoy sexual activity, as can overuse of alcohol and recreational drugs. At Premature Ejaculation Clinic, we closely study the role of medications in exacerbating certain men’s health conditions.

    How are Premature Ejaculation and Erectile Dysfunction related?

    Premature Ejaculation and Erectile Dysfunction (ED) are often associated together in the same patient. When both are present, most doctors recommend ED be treated prior to PE, because successful treatment of the first may resolve occurrence of the second.

    Can unresolved Premature Ejaculation lead to more serious problems?

    Untreated PE can destroy your happiness, quality of life, emotional health and your relationships. That can lead to more serious health problems, including depression and stress-related illnesses and conditions. PE should be treated to ensure optimal physical and emotional wellness.

    Should I talk with my partner about Premature Ejaculation?

    Yes, because PE also affects your partner and strikes directly at the bonds of your relationship. Frustration, anxiety, depression, and stress resulting from PE can be destructive to even the strongest and most lasting relationships: your partner may wonder at why the “magic” has gone out of your relationship, and may even wonder if desire or faithfulness are at the heart of the problem. Communicate your concerns with your partner, open the lines of communication, and also talk with the specialists at Premature Ejaculation Clinic to learn more.

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