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Posted by: maria | 2010/07/08

premature ejaculation

hello sir, i have a good married life. my hubby luvs me n respect me immensely.
he have a problem of premature ejaculation , he cannot hold on even for a minute. although i dont have a problem but he thinks that he should satisfy me as long as he can , atleast 15 minutes will b fine. we heard that taking viagra will solve the problem temporary . how long will we have intercourse after taking viagra? is it reaaly works.

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You are a very considerate and caring wife. Premature Ejaculation or PE can be defined as an ejaculation that occurs with minimal stimulation before, during, or immediately after penetration and before the man wishes it, over which he has little or no voluntary control, which causes him and/or his partner bother or distress. In other words, there are three criteria to PE:
• Limited duration of intercourse
• Loss or absence of voluntary control
• marked distress, bother, or upset between partners

There have been many attempts to explain the cause/s of PE, but it is still unclear, and the following are suggested:
• Psychological: anxiety, early sexual experience, pressured, hasty initial sex acts, fear of discovery or punishment, lack of privacy, encouragement to hurry, lack of partner response, intense, prolonged petting so that the man is so highly aroused before entry that he is unable to delay ejaculation once penetration occurs
• Physical: low frequency of sexual activity, hypersensitivity of the penis, genetic predisposition

The treatments for PE include: the squeeze and stop/start techniques, anaesthetic creams, anti- depressant medication and counselling. These treatments are explained in great length on SASHA’s website: www.sexualhealth.co.za

Additionally, a Sexual Health professional can also provide assistance in this matter.
SASHA helpline (0860 100 262) for a referral list for practitioners in your area.

The information provided does not constitute a diagnosis of your condition. You should consult a medical practitioner or other appropriate health care professional for a physical exmanication, diagnosis and formal advice. Health24 and the expert accept no responsibility or liability for any damage or personal harm you may suffer resulting from making use of this content.

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Posted by: XXX | 2010/07/08

Viagra will help someone in having an erection.This does not mean that he won''t ejaculate too quickly(also very expensive)
You could go to an adult shop and buy Stud 100 which he sprays onto his penis before intercourse.This will help him last longer.
He might of course have a medical condition so going to a dr could be a help.

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Posted by: sexologist | 2010/07/08

You are a very considerate and caring wife. Premature Ejaculation or PE can be defined as an ejaculation that occurs with minimal stimulation before, during, or immediately after penetration and before the man wishes it, over which he has little or no voluntary control, which causes him and/or his partner bother or distress. In other words, there are three criteria to PE:
• Limited duration of intercourse
• Loss or absence of voluntary control
• marked distress, bother, or upset between partners

There have been many attempts to explain the cause/s of PE, but it is still unclear, and the following are suggested:
• Psychological: anxiety, early sexual experience, pressured, hasty initial sex acts, fear of discovery or punishment, lack of privacy, encouragement to hurry, lack of partner response, intense, prolonged petting so that the man is so highly aroused before entry that he is unable to delay ejaculation once penetration occurs
• Physical: low frequency of sexual activity, hypersensitivity of the penis, genetic predisposition

The treatments for PE include: the squeeze and stop/start techniques, anaesthetic creams, anti- depressant medication and counselling. These treatments are explained in great length on SASHA’s website: www.sexualhealth.co.za

Additionally, a Sexual Health professional can also provide assistance in this matter.
SASHA helpline (0860 100 262) for a referral list for practitioners in your area.

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