About Premature Ejaculation

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What is Premature Ejaculation?

There are several different types of premature ejaculation, including lifelong and acquired PE, but put simply, premature ejaculation is the inability to delay an orgasm. It’s sometimes called rapid ejaculation, early ejaculation, or premature climaxing.

Regardless of what you call it, it’s not uncommon.

In fact, premature ejaculation is likely the most common of all sexual dysfunctions, affecting up to 30% of men worldwide.

What are the symptoms of premature ejaculation?

According to the International Society of Sexual Medicine, premature ejaculation is defined by the following factors:

  • The length of time between penetration and ejaculation (also known as the “latency period”) is shorter than desired

  • It feels like you cannot control when you ejaculate during nearly every sexual encounter

  • The situation is a source of negative personal consequences like distress, frustration, or avoiding sexual intimacy altogether

Deeper effects of PE on men and couples

Although this latency period is an important measurement for many men, the truly defining symptoms of premature ejaculation are more personal. That lack of control over ejaculation — and the accompanying disappointment in sexual performance — are what makes premature ejaculation so devastating.

A 2008 article in the Journal of Sexual Medicine concluded that premature ejaculation “negatively impacts men and their partners and may prevent single men forming new partner relationships.”

If you are experiencing premature ejaculation — or just wish you could enjoy your intimate moments with your partner a little longer — there is hope. Promescent was created for couples who want to extend their intimate moments and have better, longer-lasting sex.

No matter how long you currently last before orgasm, Promescent allows you to experiment and find your perfect dose to overcome premature ejaculation and create an exciting new dynamic in the bedroom.

About Premature Ejaculation

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Couple with low sex drive caused by premature ejaculation issues

What is Premature Ejaculation?

There are several different types of premature ejaculation, including lifelong and acquired PE, but put simply, premature ejaculation is the inability to delay an orgasm. It’s sometimes called rapid ejaculation, early ejaculation, or premature climaxing.

Regardless of what you call it, it’s not uncommon.

In fact, premature ejaculation is likely the most common of all sexual dysfunctions, affecting up to 30% of men worldwide.

What are the symptoms of premature ejaculation?

According to the International Society of Sexual Medicine, premature ejaculation is defined by the following factors:

  • The length of time between penetration and ejaculation (also known as the “latency period”) is shorter than desired

  • It feels like you cannot control when you ejaculate during nearly every sexual encounter

  • The situation is a source of negative personal consequences like distress, frustration, or avoiding sexual intimacy altogether

Deeper effects of PE on men and couples

Although this latency period is an important measurement for many men, the truly defining symptoms of premature ejaculation are more personal. That lack of control over ejaculation — and the accompanying disappointment in sexual performance — are what makes premature ejaculation so devastating.

A 2008 article in the Journal of Sexual Medicine concluded that premature ejaculation “negatively impacts men and their partners and may prevent single men forming new partner relationships.”

If you are experiencing premature ejaculation — or just wish you could enjoy your intimate moments with your partner a little longer — there is hope. Promescent was created for couples who want to extend their intimate moments and have better, longer-lasting sex.

No matter how long you currently last before orgasm, Promescent allows you to experiment and find your perfect dose to overcome premature ejaculation and create an exciting new dynamic in the bedroom.

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