Today, your partner started sending you sexy pictures while you're at work. Not long after, you get a sexy message from them telling you their dirty fantasy and what they want you to do to them that night. You're instantly intrigued and aroused for most of that day.
That night when you get home, you arrive to your partner dressed in your favourite sexy outfit. You go out to dinner, and they act suggestively the entire evening - you can't wait to get home.
When you get home, it's on and just as things get hot and heavy and you're read to rock their world, it's over as your arousal is at its peak - and you come. Way before the fun even really started.
Are you suffering from premature ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation is the number 1 sexual problem experienced by men.
What is premature ejaculation?
It simply means that the individual ejaculates before they want to.
If you are like any, literally any, man out there, you're thinking that this has happened to you before. Does that mean you have a sexual health problem?
In many cases, premature ejaculation is very normal to occur.
When is it normal to experience premature ejaculation?
In many cases, it's completely normal.
Premature ejaculation can happen to any man, at any point of his life. It is normal for temporary premature ejaculation to occur in the following instances:
- Sexually inexperienced men
- Men that are simply very highly aroused, like after long teasing or foreplay
- Men of any age that have abstained from sex for a long time
So, in many instances it is totally normal to experience temporary premature ejaculation. However, if you are worried then you should always consult with a medical professional on your sexual health.
Remember that premature ejaculation isn't measured by how long you last before you climax. It's more about having a measure of control over when you ejaculate.
Information from this article comes Mens Clinic International and the original information can be found here: https://www.menshealth.co.za/premature-ejaculation/
Disclaimer: No information on this page may be taken as medical advice or used to perform a diagnosis of any kind. Always seek the help of a medical professional.