Timing can be everything in the bedroom. If you are ejaculating sooner than you and your partner would like, sex may not be enjoyable for either of you. It is a problem called premature ejaculation (PE). It can be discouraging and even disturbing. It can battered your relationship, too. You do not have to live with it. There are things you can do to overcome the awful condition.
There is no set time when a man should ejaculate during intercourse. But it is apparently too soon if you have an orgasm before penetration or less than a minute after you start. It is an issue because when you climax you lose your erection and can not continue having sex. You and your partner may feel there is not adequate time to enjoy it.
Ejaculation is the ejection of semen from the body. Premature ejaculation (PE) is when ejaculation occurs sooner than a man or his spouse would like during intercourse. Intermittent PE is also known as rapid ejaculation, premature climax, or early ejaculation. PE might not be a cause for worry. It can be disappointing if it makes sexual intercourse less enjoyable and impacts relationships. But if occurs often and causes problems, your health care provider can help.
In the US, about one in three men 18 to 59 years old have problems with premature ejaculation. The problem is sometimes thought to be psychological, but biology may also play a role.
Ejaculation is restrained by the central nervous system. When men are sexually aroused, signals are sent to your spinal cord and brain. When men reach a certain level of excitement, signals are then sent from your brain to your reproductive organs.
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