What is premature ejaculation?
If you occasionally ejaculate sooner than you’d like, then this information can open up a whole new world for you.
The number of men that struggle from premature ejaculation, also known as P.E., is much higher than you might think. Based on my clinical experience, as high as 4 out of 10 men suffer from premature ejaculation.
P.E. can be broken into two categories. The first category is primary P.E.. Primary P.E. applies to individuals who have had the problem since they reached sexual maturity. (Postpuberty) This is most commonly found in men between the ages of 18 and 30.
The second category of P.E. is known as secondary premature ejaculation. This condition is typically found in men between the ages of 45 and 65. Secondary P.E. occurs in men that previously experienced no signs of premature ejaculation, and without explanation began ejaculating quickly.
Simply defined, P.E. is when a man ejaculates prior to his partner reaching orgasm.
Unfortunately this is not a consistent definition as sexual stimulation and climaxing vary from person to person. For some men lasting 5 minutes is sufficient to please his partner, while for others, 20 or 30 minutes might be necessary to please his partner.
This results in a lot of confused men wondering, “Do I last long enough?”