Delay Ejaculation vs. Delayed Ejaculation

While they sound very similar, wanting to delay ejaculation is very different than experiencing delayed ejaculation. Both can cause anxiety and frustration in the bedroom. Here are the differences between the two.

Delay Ejaculation

To be able to delay ejaculation is the goal of men with premature ejaculation, or those who just want to last longer in bed. Not being able to delay ejaculation is the most common male sexual complaint, affecting 20-30% of men regardless of age or where you live. 

Premature ejaculation is the inability to delay orgasm. Some men may experience it every time they have sex, and nearly all men experience some form of premature ejaculation at some point during their lifetime. Others may last longer, but still wish they could control their orgasm better so that they can finish after their partners have had the opportunity to orgasm.

Men use a variety of methods to delay ejaculation, including the start-stop methodsqueeze technique, and one of several sexual positions that provide less stimulation to the sensitive parts of the penis. The great news is that Promescent is effective for anyone who wants to take control and last longer in bed. No matter how long you currently last, you can experiment with the perfect dose to last longer and create an exciting new dynamic in the bedroom.

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Delayed Ejaculation

Delayed ejaculation, retarded ejaculation or impaired ejaculation is when it takes a long time to ejaculate (more than 30 minutes) or is difficult to ejaculate at all. Men can experience an onset of delayed ejaculation (aquired delayed ejaculation) and other will experience it from becoming sexually active (lifelong delayed ejaculation). For some guys, an issue that is causing delayed ejaculation may cause more stress and anxiety about not being able to ejaculate, which can make the issue to become worse. 

What Causes Delayed Ejaculation?

Delayed ejaculation can be caused by a number of psychological or physical conditions. Some medications or other substances increase your chance of experiencing delayed ejaculation, but in most occurrences when you identify and discontinue use of such substances normal ejaculatory times will return. 

Psychological Causes

  • Depression and anxiety
  • Underlying issues in your relationship such as poor communication
  • Performance anxiety
  • Sexual fantasies that do not fall in line with reality

Physical Conditions

  • Male reproductive system birth defects
  • Damage to the spinal cord 
  • Having low testosterone or thyroid hormone

Medications

According to Mayo Clinic, there are no medications that currently exist to specifically treat delayed ejaculation, but a possible lifestyle change (discontinue use of alcohol or drugs) or changes to medications you currently taking could help improve the symptoms. If you believe one of your medications could be the cause of your delayed ejaculation it is best to consult your physician to get a better understanding of how or if you can change your dosages to return to normal ejaculatory times. Counseling, if the delay or inability to ejaculate stems from psychological issues, can help reduce the occurrence.

Delay Ejaculation vs. Delayed Ejaculation

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While they sound very similar, wanting to delay ejaculation is very different than experiencing delayed ejaculation. Both can cause anxiety and frustration in the bedroom. Here are the differences between the two.

Delay Ejaculation

To be able to delay ejaculation is the goal of men with premature ejaculation, or those who just want to last longer in bed. Not being able to delay ejaculation is the most common male sexual complaint, affecting 20-30% of men regardless of age or where you live. 

Premature ejaculation is the inability to delay orgasm. Some men may experience it every time they have sex, and nearly all men experience some form of premature ejaculation at some point during their lifetime. Others may last longer, but still wish they could control their orgasm better so that they can finish after their partners have had the opportunity to orgasm.

Men use a variety of methods to delay ejaculation, including the start-stop methodsqueeze technique, and one of several sexual positions that provide less stimulation to the sensitive parts of the penis. The great news is that Promescent is effective for anyone who wants to take control and last longer in bed. No matter how long you currently last, you can experiment with the perfect dose to last longer and create an exciting new dynamic in the bedroom.

"Bottles
Try Promescent To Treat PE
Clinically proven to help men last longer in bed. Get your bottle delivered discreetly to your door and start experiencing longer lasting, more intimate sex.

Delayed Ejaculation

Delayed ejaculation, retarded ejaculation or impaired ejaculation is when it takes a long time to ejaculate (more than 30 minutes) or is difficult to ejaculate at all. Men can experience an onset of delayed ejaculation (aquired delayed ejaculation) and other will experience it from becoming sexually active (lifelong delayed ejaculation). For some guys, an issue that is causing delayed ejaculation may cause more stress and anxiety about not being able to ejaculate, which can make the issue to become worse. 

What Causes Delayed Ejaculation?

Delayed ejaculation can be caused by a number of psychological or physical conditions. Some medications or other substances increase your chance of experiencing delayed ejaculation, but in most occurrences when you identify and discontinue use of such substances normal ejaculatory times will return. 

Psychological Causes

  • Depression and anxiety
  • Underlying issues in your relationship such as poor communication
  • Performance anxiety
  • Sexual fantasies that do not fall in line with reality

Physical Conditions

  • Male reproductive system birth defects
  • Damage to the spinal cord 
  • Having low testosterone or thyroid hormone

Medications

According to Mayo Clinic, there are no medications that currently exist to specifically treat delayed ejaculation, but a possible lifestyle change (discontinue use of alcohol or drugs) or changes to medications you currently taking could help improve the symptoms. If you believe one of your medications could be the cause of your delayed ejaculation it is best to consult your physician to get a better understanding of how or if you can change your dosages to return to normal ejaculatory times. Counseling, if the delay or inability to ejaculate stems from psychological issues, can help reduce the occurrence.

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