Premature Ejaculation/Early Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation occurs when a man ejaculates sooner during sexual intercourse than his partner would like. Occasional PE is known as early or rapid ejaculation. It is one of the most common sexual problems in males, which makes sex less enjoyable and impact a relationship badly. If it happens frequently, then you need to consult an expert for the help. There are various factors that can contribute to premature ejaculation, but the condition can be treated with an effective treatment.

Men may feel less confident, embarrassed, ashamed, anxious and frustrated due to premature ejaculation. Additionally, it can badly affect your sexual life. Therefore, early treatment is suggested to get rid of the condition forever.

What causes Premature Ejaculation?

The exact cause of premature ejaculation is still unknown. Premature Ejaculation can be rooted due to some physical and psychological causes.

Physical Causes of Premature ejaculation

  • • Imbalanced hormones.
  • • Abnormal level of brain chemicals.
  • • Infection in prostate.
  • • Diabetes
  • • Thyroid problem
  • • Illicit drug use
  • • Excess smoking and alcohol consumption
  • • High Blood pressure.

Inability to conceive a child is the major symptom of low sperm count. There is no other obvious sign and symptom of low sperm count. You need to diagnose the condition, if you are facing infertility.

Psychological Causes of Premature ejaculation

  • • Early sexual inexperience
  • • Novelty in relationship
  • • Anxiety and guilt
  • • Stress
  • • Depression
  • • Overexcitement
  • • Relationship problems

These common physical and psychological factors can affect men with premature ejaculation. The premature case can be primary or secondary. If the condition is disturbing your sexual life frequently, then you need to get the treatment as early as possible. You can consult Dr. P.K. Gupta for Premature & early Ejaculation Treatment in Delhi. He is a specialist doctor, who provides Best treatment for premature ejaculation. The condition can be treated with some medications and counseling or behavioral therapy.