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Premature Ejaculation Treatment 

Treatment of Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation (PE) is a condition in which a man ejaculates sooner than he or his partner would like, leading to emotional or relational distress. Most men will experience premature ejaculation at least once in their lives and is the most common sexual dysfunction, affecting 25%-40% of men in the United States.

 

In many cases, premature ejaculation can simply be caused by extreme arousal or lack of ejaculatory control. If both partners are accepting of variations in sexual function, occasional premature ejaculation may not be a problem in the relationship. However, if premature ejaculation leads to performance anxiety, this can intensify the existing problem and result in further sexual dysfunction.

 

Premature ejaculation can also be caused by stress and anxiety over sexual or life issues. Fear of pregnancy, expectations about performance, and guilt or shame about sex can result in rapid climax. Lack of emotional intimacy, pressure to be sexual, anger or resentment, and unresolved issues in relationship may also be contributing factors in premature ejaculation.

 

There is help for premature ejaculation. The best ways to address the cause and treatment of premature ejaculation is to talk to a Sex Therapist who can provide understanding and treatment options. Call GLOW Counseling today for support of premature ejaculation issues.

 

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Silence about sexual issues is the great killer of relationships. It is common for people to encounter sexual problems, at any age. Women may experience arousal and orgasm difficulties, low sex drive, or pain during intercourse, while men may struggle with erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and low libido. What is uncommon is for people to speak and do something about those problems before they irreparably damage their self-esteem and relationships. To learn more about Sex Therapy options, click here.

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