Premature ejaculation is uncontrolled ejaculation, before or shortly after penetration. It’s one of the most common forms of sexual dysfunction in men, and can make sex unrewarding for both parties. This can cause a chain reaction of anxiety and reduced performance.
Current studies suggest that the average man ejaculates after six and a half minutes of sexual activity with a partner. As a loose definition, premature ejaculation could be defined as ejaculation less than two minutes after penetration.
Estimates suggest that premature ejaculation affects between 25%-40% of American men, though most men will experience premature ejaculation at some point, and it can affect men of any age.
Several factors can cause premature ejaculation, though not always one factor alone. Psychological reasons for premature ejaculation include anxiety, guilt and depression. Hormonal problems, injury and some medications can also cause premature ejaculation.
Start with a trip to your doctor. Your physician can review your medical and sexual history to identify any underlying causes. In addition, it may be advisable for your doctor to speak with your partner, and to perform a physical exam.
Some doctors prescribe antidepressants, including Prozac and Paxil, which can help to delay ejaculation but may expose the patient to side effects, particularly when using a medication for something other than its intended function.
Some men find that counselling, relaxation techniques and introducing a new element to sexual activity, like a new position or slower tempo, may reduce premature ejaculation.
Male enhancement is an umbrella term for products and techniques that benefit the male reproductive system. Some products boost sex drive and increase sexual health. Others increase semen production. And some products can, in fact, increase penis size.
It’s worth mentioning that enhancement products can include prescription pills like Viagra and Levitra. This article defines male enhancement as natural products that consist of botanicals, amino acids and nutrients, many of which that have been used by Asian and European countries for hundreds of years, for their aphrodisiac and health-boosting properties.
Yes. Specifically, semen volume enhancers can help men with premature ejaculation.
A semen volume enhancer is a male enhancement product that boosts semen production. More semen means longer orgasms.
Semen volume enhancers increase semen production with natural ingredients, including l-arginine, maca and muira puama. These infuse the male reproductive system with nutrients essential to healthy and numerous sperm.
Increased semen production forces the muscles involved in the orgasm process to contract longer and with more intensity. The longer the muscles contract, the longer and more pleasurable the orgasm will be.
As with any activity, with practice comes experience. That experience leads to orgasm control, so the user can delay ejaculation and orgasm at will. This makes semen volume enhancers especially useful for men with premature ejaculation.
Yes. In fact, considering that they’re natural, they don’t expose the patient to the risks of pharmaceuticals and are probably much safer than antidepressants used to treat premature ejaculation.
That said, it’s advisable to consult with your doctor if in doubt, particularly if you’re concerned about interactions with existing medications.
No. Semen volume enhancers are natural products. They don’t contain pharmaceuticals and therefore don’t require a prescription.
This depends on your health and physiology, but generally speaking, most semen volume enhancers deliver noticeable results after 30 days.