Causes of Premature Ejaculation

Learn about causes and treatment of premature ejaculation
Premature ejaculation, also known as rapid ejaculation, rapid climax, premature climax and early ejaculation is a commonly reported sexual problem in men. It refers to a condition in which a man ejaculates sooner than he or his partner would like him to. Ejaculation may occur before penetration or shortly after penetration, leaving both partners dissatisfied. Though most men suffer from premature ejaculation at some point in their life, if this condition occurs on a frequent basis it can lower a man’s self-esteem and affect his relationship with his partner. Today, men need not suffer so much because of premature ejaculation. The condition can easily be treated with the help of Priligy dapoxetine – first oral medication approved for the treatment of premature ejaculation.

Psychological causes of premature ejaculation

Researchers have observed that premature ejaculation is often caused due to psychological reasons. Some of the frequently reported psychological causes of premature ejaculation include:

Hurry to reach climax during early sexual encounters may set the pattern for premature ejaculation
Having sex with a new partner or if it has been a long time since last ejaculation
Problems within a relationship
Stress at home or office can also cause premature ejaculation problems
Feelings of anxiety, guilt or depression
Men suffering from erectile dysfunction have a tendency to suffer from premature ejaculation as they are anxious to achieve climax quickly before they lose their erection

Biological causes of premature ejaculation

In some men, premature ejaculation may be caused due to physiological reasons such as:

Abnormal hormone levels
Certain thyroid problems
Neurological or vascular problems
Problem in the reflex activity of the ejaculatory system
Abnormal levels of neurotransmitters in the brain
Side effect of certain medicines

Infection of the prostate or urethra
Inherited traits
Injury
Withdrawal from narcotics or a drug called trifluoperazine (Stelazine) used to treat mental health problems may in some men cause premature ejaculation

Premature ejaculation treatment

Premature ejaculation may often be treated on its own. As men gain sexual experience, they learn to have better control over ejaculation. However, if premature ejaculation is not treated on its own, it is recommended that you visit your doctor for treatment. Your doctor may refer you to a counsellor or a sex therapist to educate you about how ejaculation occurs and give you tips on how ejaculation can be delayed. Behavioural technique such as ‘squeeze’ technique is often discussed that involves identifying and controlling the sensations that lead up to ejaculation and learning to slow or stop such stimulation. Your doctor may also discuss ‘start-stop’ method, in which you’ll be required to withdraw your penis from the vagina before ejaculation can occur, then reinsert when the urgency has subsided. However, if these methods fail to deliver the desired results, your doctor may prescribe you Priligy dapoxetine. Priligy is the first ever drug specifically designed for premature ejaculation. It belongs to a class of medicines called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRIs) and helps to alter the concentration of serotonin in the hypothalamus, giving you better control over when to ejaculate. As Priligy comes with a short half-life of merely 1 or 2 hours it doesn’t cause side effects associated with other SSRIs which take effect in 2 weeks. In several clinical trials, Priligy is proven to be a safe and effective premature ejaculation treatment.

Order Priligy dapoxetine online

In countries where Priligy has been approved for use such as Finland, Sweden, Portugal, Austria and Germany you can easily order Priligy dapoxetine online. Once you place your order at a reputable online clinic, you’ll be asked to fill-in an online medical examination form requesting details about your medical conditions. Your medical details will be evaluated by a specialist doctor. Only if the doctor finds Priligy suitable for you, you’ll receive a prescription via email. Following this, your Priligy dapoxetine tablets will reach your address in a safe and discreet packet. Most online clinics do not charge for a prescription. So when you order Priligy dapoxetine online, you save yourself both time and money.