Premature ejaculation is likely the most common sexual dysfunction for men.
YOUR ARE NOT ALONE!
Nearly 30% of all men all over the world experience Premature Ejaculation at some time.
Let’s take a look at the two main types of Premature Ejaculation, Lifelong and acquired.
Lifelong Premature Ejaculation
Lifelong Premature Ejaculation has been with you for your entire sex life.
Affects less than 5% of men.
Can be caused by sexual anxiety related to trauma experienced during development.
Consult a physician to get a formal diagnosis, discuss your health history and create a treatment plan.
Acquired Premature Ejaculation
Acquired Premature Ejaculation is a sudden onset of faster ejaculation times after experiencing normal ejaculation for most of your sexually active life.
A clinically significant and bothersome reduction in latency times often to about 3 minutes or less.
Acquired premature ejaculation has been linked to :
Sexual performance anxiety
Psychotropic drug use
See your doctor or a urologist to determine whether an underlying physiological condition is to blame.
There are two other types of premature ejaculation to be aware of : Variable and Subjective.
Variable Premature Ejaculation
An occasional occurence of Premature Ejaculation. This is completely normal and can happen for many reasons. Maybe you’re excited by a new partner or it’s been a while since you last had sex. Promescent is a great first line of defence against Variable Premature Ejaculation.
Subjective Premature Ejaculation
The average time to orgasm for women is 17 minutes while most men take 5 to 7 minutes. Dubbed the orgasm gap, many men with normal ejaculation times believe they should be lasting longer to satisfy their partners. Promescent is a trusted product to help men to close the orgasm gap.
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