What is the normal time for men to ejaculate? What is the risk of premature ejaculation? What causes it? If you have any of those questions on your mind, don’t worry. Here, we will give you some frequently asked questions about premature ejaculation and answer it. Without further ado, let’s start.
What is a premature ejaculation?
It is an ejaculation that happens more sooner than a man and his partner want. The typical problem is that a man will come during penetration or very quick after it.
Men with premature ejaculation last 1.8 minutes in average. Ordinary men last 7.3 minutes in average. The exact time is not known. This is due to everyone has a different definition of normal. However, if you can’t last for 5 minutes, at the least, you should consider having a treatment.
What is the risk?
Premature ejaculation is a very spread issue. It is the most spread sexual disorder in men. Approximately third of men have this condition.
What causes it?
Premature ejaculation is very seldom caused by the physical issue. So, what is the cause then? The causes are more likely to be psychological. This includes:
- Relationship problems
- Habits to cum quickly that was formed in teenage years.
How can you prevent it?
You can’t prevent it. However, you should learn to relieve your stress and solve relationship problems with your partner.
Should you see a doctor?
You should if the condition is constant and influencing your relationship.
The treatment is usually based on these 2 methods:
Stop-start. Stimulate your manhood (you can do it yourself or ask your woman to help you) until you are almost ready to ejaculate. Then, stop. Rest for about one minute and then do the same again. Repeat this technique for 5 or 6 times.
Squeeze. Again, stimulate your penile organ until you are ready to climax. Then, squeeze your penis just below the penis head. Put your finger on the bottom of your organ, between glans and the shaft. This technique has the effect of preventing ejaculation.
What you can do to help yourself
Here are some things that you can do to help yourself:
- Wear a condom. This will reduce the sensitivity of your member.
- Try relaxation exercises to reduce stress.
- Talk to your partner.