» The Premature Ejaculation

Premature Ejaculation is ejaculation that takes place too quickly or earlier than expected in order to satisfy your partner during sexual intercourse.

Premature Ejaculation is classified in four different types, according to different parameters such as the patient's ethnicity, age and moment of ejaculation.

This classification, known as the Hastings Scale, grades different types of Premature Ejaculation from the lowest, easily treatable level to the most advanced level, which is very difficult to treat and can seriously affect the patient as an individual or the couple as a whole. Before Premature Ejaculation is properly diagnosed, we recommend you remain calm. We will address the problem as soon as possible and avoid a psychosomatic vicious circle. Remember: Every case of Premature Ejaculation has a solution and the sooner we diagnose it, the more effective treatment will be.

Objective Information:
- Average sexual intercourse lasts from 10 to 20 minutes. The average woman does not reach orgasm before 12 minutes.
- Psychological disorders and problems with the relationship
- Stress on the couple and break-ups
- Different types of Impotence
The origins of Premature Ejaculation
The origins of Premature Ejaculation 1
Nowadays, Premature Ejaculation is the most widespread sexual disorder among males, particularly affecting those between 16 and 26 years old, although it sometimes manifests itself without prior warning, in all age groups, even after a man has enjoyed a fulfilling sex life.
The origins of Premature Ejaculation 2
When it appears at an early age it can be caused by anxiety, fear, guilt after the first sexual encounter, a lack of sex education or knowledge regarding masturbation techniques.

When the problem is diagnosed in adults who have had a healthy sex life, it is usually caused by external factors. The stress produced by everyday responsibilities and the pressure that people are regularly exposed to are all factors that trigger this problem, which tends to get worse and results in complications if it is not treated in time.

Regardless of how severe it is Premature Ejaculation rarely responds to a physical or structural problem and there is ALWAYS a solution. The key here is to immediately and responsibly face the problem.