Premature ejaculation or ejaculating too soon than a man or his partner wishes to is a condition that can be both awkward and embarrassing. If you are looking for a satisfying sexual experience, you would wish to at least be able to penetrate your partner for a longer period of time and hold the orgasm for a longer period of time. However, premature ejaculation can quickly vanish this idea. It is important to know the telltale symptoms of premature ejaculation and determine if these are just temporary sexual problems or if you really need to seek help.
The signs of premature ejaculation may vary on the type of premature ejaculation. There are two types of premature ejaculation. One is lifelong premature ejaculation or the person has had this problem ever since he became sexually active. The second is called acquired premature ejaculation, or he had experienced having orgasms before but has now somehow lost control of it.
Symptoms of Primary or Lifelong Premature Ejaculation
The symptoms for primary premature ejaculation include the following symptoms:
- When a man ejaculates within or less than a minute of penetrating the vagina
- When a man is unable to delay his ejaculation on all or almost all of the vaginal penetrations
- When a man suffers from psychological distress and avoids sexual intimacy
Symptoms of Secondary or Acquired Premature Ejaculation
The symptoms for secondary premature ejaculation include the following symptoms:
- When a man observes recurring early ejaculations with little stimulation, on or soon after penetrating the vagina
- When a man suffers from problems in his relationship due to sexual dissatisfaction
- Occurs after he has had successfully experienced sexual satisfaction in the past
What to Do If You Have the Symptoms
Some premature ejaculations are only temporary, brought about by stress or tiredness which you can treat on your own. If you notice you are having persistent or recurring premature ejaculations, more than half the time you have sex, then you should seek the advice of a healthcare provider. Being able to spot the symptoms of premature ejaculation will help you get on guard on your sexual health and keep the matter from getting worse.
My Final Conclusion
Premature ejaculation is a real problem that men need to deal with. You may enlist the help of their doctors as well as their partners in order to make the treatment process easier and faster. Since it can affect the relationship and sex life as a whole, it is important to arm yourself with the right knowledge regarding the condition, including the symptoms of premature ejaculation. This will help you determine the severity of the condition and what treatment route you should take based on your individual needs.