The stigma attached to premature ejaculation is so profound that otherwise confident men struggle to overcome it. Embarrassed and confused about the condition, men and their relationship partners suffer in silence rather than consult a doctor. If a man were to ask for a physician’s advice, he would learn that there are two types of PE, lifelong and secondary, and perhaps gain some insight to his situation. He might also be advised to seek out any hormonal, urological, psychological, or emotional factors that could be impacting his sexual functions. Finally, his physician could help specify common, available solutions that could eliminate or reduce the number of PE incidences, thereby easing any relational tensions.

 

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