Cures For Premature Ejaculation
If you have problems with premature ejaculation in your relationships, finding cures for premature ejaculation can help save you from future embarrassment and distress. The best cures for premature ejaculation attempt to uncover the root cause—whether it is physical or psychological—and address that. Don't let embarrassment get in the way of talking to a health professional about this common and treatable problem.
Definition. According to the International Society for Sexual Medicine, premature ejaculation is a condition where you ejaculate within one minute of vaginal intercourse, are unable to delay ejaculation and suffer distress. More generally, premature ejaculation is defined as ejaculating before you and your partner are satisfied with the sex. A number of psychological and biological factors can influence premature ejaculation.
Psychological Causes. Factors such as guilt over sex, conflict in your relationship, nervousness about your sexual performance, or generalized feelings of stress and anxiety. The first step in curing premature ejaculation caused by psychological problems is to address the cause. Think about the problems going on in your life and your sexual relationship, and consider when the problems with premature ejaculation started. If premature ejaculation is a new problem, that may indicate stress and conflict in your relationship; talking to your partner or going to couples' therapy can help work things out and cure your premature ejaculation. If it has been a long-term problem, consider whether you feel guilt or anxiety about sex. Talking to a therapist about these feelings can help you feel more comfortable with sexual intercourse, which will hopefully be a cure for your premature ejaculation.
Biological Causes. If talking to your partner or a therapist doesn't help your premature ejaculation problem, its roots may be biological. One common biological cause of premature ejaculation is an infection of the prostate or the urethra. Symptoms include pelvic pain and a burning sensation during urination. If this is your problem, medical treatment such as antibiotics may be needed to cure your premature ejaculation. Changes in your hormone levels, thyroid problems, narcotics withdrawal and nerve damage can also cause premature ejaculation. If you cannot find a cause for your premature ejaculation, you should see a doctor to determine if you are suffering from a more serious problem.
Physical Treatment. Regardless of the cause of your premature ejaculation, certain physical treatments may help. One method is to have your partner stimulate your penis until you feel ready to ejaculate, then squeeze it until the feeling goes away. Wait 30 seconds and repeat the process several times. This will help you learn what delaying ejaculation feels like, making you feel more in control during sex and helping to cure your premature ejaculation. You can also talk to your doctor about anaesthetic creams to decrease sensation on the penis, which can prevent overstimulation, or taking antidepressants, which can delay ejaculation as a side effect.