Premature ejaculation is the most common sexual dysfunction and, unfortunately, the least treated for one simple reason: “shame.” Those who have or have had know this is true. Some men suffer when they are 25 years old, others at 30, and some even later. The sad thing is that premature ejaculation is a sexual disorder that is preventable and easily cured with good information.
The premature ejaculation (PE) is a male sexual dysfunction for which man is able to identify or control the phases of sexual excitement, causing uncontrolled ejaculation always or almost always before, during or immediately after the first 5 minutes penetration. This inability to delay ejaculation on all or nearly all penetrations have negative personal consequences, such as signs of distress, discomfort, anguish, frustration, and / or avoidance of sexual intimacy.
Stages of sexual arousal of a man with premature ejaculation.
In a normal sexual relationship, the excitement increases progressively to the phase called “plateau” (in which sexual pleasure is enjoyed increasing and decreasing the excitation) to the time on a voluntary basis (often when the woman reach orgasm), there is the climax or orgasm. Well, premature ejaculation cannot remain in phase “plateau”, but takes place a rapid and uncontrolled excitement.