Have you been coming even before your partner is even having an orgasm? Have you been hearing complaints from your wife or partner regarding the climax which is pretty soon? These may be the symptoms of premature ejaculation. Rapid ejaculation, premature climax, rapid climax, early ejaculation are some of the terms by which premature ejaculation is known. Around 35 to 40 percent of the total world population is suffering from this condition in varying capacities. This means lack of control over voluntary ejaculation. Researchers say that a man ejaculating in two minutes of penetration is said to fall under or has premature ejaculation. A research by Alfred Kinsey proved and demonstrated that 75 percent of the men ejaculate before or within two minutes of perpetration in almost 50 percent of the times they had sex. Today we and the sex therapists know well the reason for the disorder that is when it’s in lack of ejaculatory control, let it be sexual or emotional, this problem may cause serious consequences in any relationship.
What is PE And What Can I Do About It If I Have It?!
Premature Ejaculation is a condition that is affecting more and more males across the globe, with recent statistics claiming that between 25 and 40 percent of males will suffer this condition at some point in their lives. It is not a new condition, and is known by other names as well, such as ‘Early Ejaculation’, ‘Premature Climax’ and also ‘Rapid Ejaculation’ depending on the severity and symptoms of particular cases. In general, however, aside from the varied symptoms that can occur, on it’s most basic level, Premature Ejaculation means, “A lack or loss of control over ejaculation”! More studies, performed recently by a group known as Masters and Johnson, stated that, “as a rough indicator, a premature ejaculation sufferer will usually reach orgasm before their partner on more than 50% of the time”!