Thursday, 14 September 2017

Criteria Involved for the Premature Ejaculation Treatment in Delhi

Premature Ejaculation (PE) is the most common sexual dysfunction observed in men with prevalence rates ranging from 21 to 31%. Doctors have commented that PE has been considered as a psychological disease since the history with no identified organic cause. Therefore, a sexual history is necessarily needed to uncover the diagnosis.

What is a premature ejaculation?

In ED, a male partner reaches orgasm and ejaculates earlier without satisfying the desires of another partner. Often, it happens too early during the intercourse leaving both the partners in frustration and stress.

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However, it may seem to be guilty and shameful, but, it is suggested to undergo the premature ejaculation treatment in Delhi to get relieved from such a health issue as if left untreated, it can affect the personal as well as professional life for both the partners.

Though when a person undergoes the treatment, there are various criteria that are examined first to recommend the best treatment to get relieved from the curse of premature ejaculation.
  • Ejaculatory Latency Time (ELT) – ELT measures the time that a man takes to reach orgasm and ejaculate the semen out of their dick after penetration. A person having premature ejaculation reaches the climax just on or before vaginal penetration or within 1 or 2 minutes after penetration. However, several factors are responsible for this quick climax such as level of anxiety, level of excitement, trying new position, new partner, and level of sexual experience.
  • Ejaculatory Control – Ejaculatory control is a more concerning problem than the ejaculation duration, i.e. how much a man can apparently control over the duration of reaching the climax of intercourse. Men tend to have an inability to control or delay ejaculations are advised to go for the premature ejaculation treatment in Delhi.
  • Dissatisfaction of self and/or partner – Premature ejaculation can impact the life of either or both the partners such as stress, frustration, sexual dissatisfaction, etc.
  • Withdrawn from partner – Reaching the climax earlier can result in escaping from intercourse or sexual intimacy with the partner.

1 comment:

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