Premature ejaculation is probably the only sexual disorder which despite not being a disease impacts man’s overall health to the maximum extent. For a long time, the very definition of this condition was a matter of discussion among the medical community and it has evolved over time.
Very recently, the International Society for Sexual Medicine has redefined Premature ejaculation (PE) to include IELT – intravaginal ejaculatory latency time – which basically means the time from penetration to ejaculation inside the vagina.
But a more acceptable and understandable definition of PE comes from American Urological Association – Ejaculation that occurs sooner than desired either before or shortly after penetration, causing distress to either one or both partners.”. The most important point to be noted in this definition is – causing distress to either one or both partners.
If you are happy and not bothered about your ejaculation time, by all means, leave this page. Do not plant a problem in your mind which doesn’t exist in the first place just by reading some statistics and other’s ejaculatory time over the internet. In fact, statistics say, people with PE or without PE still want to last longer in bed due to many other reasons including psychological, social conditioning or partner’s desire.
You will find below the most exhaustive resources on premature ejaculation, its causes, treatment, and techniques on how to last longer in bed. Also check out the latest research articles, findings, and clinical treatments available till date.