4 Important Facts About Premature Ejaculation Every Man Needs to Know!


If you want to overcome premature ejaculation, you need to start with the facts first. Because as you already know, the first step to overcoming any condition is to understand the underlying causes.

Fact #1Do I have premature ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is a common issue. And although most men want to last longer in bed, just because you might not be able to last hours in the bedroom, does not mean you have premature ejaculation. Typically, you only have PE when you consistently ‘come’ within 2 minutes or less.

Obviously, not being able to satisfy your partner can be a very frustrating and often embarrassing thing. But the great news is that because in most cases there’s no medical reason behind it, premature ejaculation is a condition you can overcome.

Fact #2What is the cause of my premature ejaculation?

Typically, PE is usually caused by one of two things…

1. Genetics – Primarily, sex is meant for reproduction purposes, not just pleasure. So at a genetic level, we are not programmed to go on for hours. Think back to the days of early man. Back then he was being hunted by all kinds of predators so it was important to mans survival to finish intercourse as quick as possible. So take heart. It’s not your fault. You’re just the result of Mother Nature’s efficient means of human survival and reproduction!

2. Highly Responsive Nervous Systems – Because younger men’s nervous systems are more receptive sexual sensations. Which is why younger men are more likely to suffer from PE. So it’s possible your condition will improve as you get older.

And the great news about having a responsive nervous system is that you’re less likely to suffer from erectile dysfunction. Great news, huh?

Fact #3Do I need to see a doctor?

Probably not. But just to make sure you don’t have a rare medical condition and to help put your mind at rest, there’s no harm in going to see one.

Fact #4 How can I satisfy my partner even though I suffer from premature ejaculation?

The time it takes for a woman to orgasm during sex varies from woman to woman. Some take up to 20 minutes, while others need just 5 minutes! The trick is to understand YOUR partners needs and how to satisfy her accordingly. And remember… foreplay and oral sex are great ways to please your partner and make her ‘come’ before you have penetrative intercourse!


Source by Mark J O’Brien