This form of sexual dysfunction in men, when he ejaculates before he wants it or its partner, is a general definition of what is and is not to define the precise duration of the intercourse to the act of orgasm, which is variable and depends on many factors involved in intimate relationship.
determining the precise notion of premature ejaculation, what some couples might be considered appropriate duration of penetration, in others might be inappropriate. If the man needs 8 minutes to have an orgasm and the woman for eg., 6 minutes, the duration of penetration can be considered normal.
Another man could possibly delay the time to ejaculate in 20 minutes, but if his partner takes 30 minutes to reach orgasm, then he finds that he ejaculated too fast or prematurely. There are couples, in which sexual act takes less than 20 minutes, is considered unsatisfactory.
A 2006 report by the Congress of the European Society for Sexual Medicine says the average duration of a man with a problem of premature ejaculation was 1.8 minutes, while those who do not have that problem can withstand up to 7.3 minutes. Also, this report says that 2.5% of men can not stay in the vagina longer than 90 seconds. The practical definition of premature ejaculation may be that if one of the partners thinks that orgasm is happening too fast, then we are talking about premature ejaculation.
Many men ejaculate sooner than they want or their partner. As long as it happens occasionally, there is no reason for concern. But if the problem is repeated in more than 50% of attempts at sexual intercourse, it is likely that there is some dysfunction and requires treatment.
Premature ejaculation may be primary or secondary. Primary premature ejaculation is the form where the man has a problem with premature ejaculation as long he is sexually active.
Secondary premature ejaculation is a form of premature ejaculation which occurred in men after a period in which he had no problem with premature ejaculation. The reasons in both cases can occur at any age in men. But the most common is among younger (18-30 years).
Most of the early ejaculation have no clear reasons. Over the years a man learns how to delay ejaculation. And the causes can be psychological or physical. The process of ejaculation is a complex process and involves the interaction of the physical and psychological components. In the case of primary premature ejaculation, experts believe it is likely to be a physical cause.
Also considers that early sexual experiences can lead to the appearance of premature ejaculation, which is sometimes very difficult to change.
The psychological causes of premature ejaculation include depression, stress due to existential problems, the unrealistic expectations of the sexual act, sexual abuse, lack of self-confidence.
The physical causes include hormonal changes, injuries, side effects of certain drugs or other.
However, premature ejaculation can leave an effect on the life of man and his relationship, whether marriage or love. Often this leads to difficulties in men, and when it comes to serious cases, it even threatens the marriage or relationship, simply because it can harm both partners.
The most serious form of this dysfunction is when a man ejaculates before penetrating. It may reduce self-esteem, cause dissatisfaction in partner and can be a serious problem if the couple wants to conceive a child.