When do we talk about premature ejaculation?
One minute or three minutes during sexual intercourse? When can we talk about premature ejaculation? Ejaculation is considered early when it occurs before penetration or less than two minutes after it. However, the time factor is not the only criterion for defining this disorder. It is especially the notion of control which makes it possible to define it. When ejaculation comes before man wants it, when it is an uncontrolled and uncontrollable reflex, we can talk about premature ejaculation.
There are two types of premature ejaculation: primary and secondary.
We speak of primary premature ejaculation when it has always been present since the beginning of your sex life. Premature ejaculation is called secondary when it appears after previously completely normal sexual activity. It is usually associated with an underlying disease such as prostatitis, an erectile or neurological disorder, or a psychological problem.
The causes of premature ejaculation
The causes of premature ejaculation are varied. It is due in the vast majority of cases to psychological problems such as anxiety, fear, depressive episodes, stress, etc. In 29% of cases, stress can be the cause of premature ejaculation.
However, we must not forget the sexual inexperience that is responsible for this phenomenon in many young adults. Organic and genetic causes are rather rare but not exceptional.
My husband is suffering from premature ejaculation, how can I help him?
There is a lot of things to do to help him to help your man. To begin with, play down the situation and get to talk about it, that’s the first thing. Generally in the life of a couple, when sexuality begins, there are little things that do not go like a cumshot that comes too fast but if the climate of confidence sets in, often it gets better. It is therefore necessary above all to create a climate of mutual trust and to create a favorable environment for discussion. The man who suffers from this problem must feel comfortable enough to talk about his worries, and be close enough to his partner to explain to him what he really feels, without being afraid of his reaction. If the connection between you is strong enough, premature ejaculation is usually temporary and will leave as quickly as it appeared.
However, if the situation does not change, you must take him to consult a specialist practionner.