Ideal Premature Ejaculation Time With Definition And PE First Few Times

INTRODUCTION

 

From time immemorial, Sexual Wellness and the quest for perfect sexual experience have been a fascination, pursuit and aspiration for Human males irrespective of race, religion or age. However, premature ejaculation time has always been a major cause for concern amongst men as leaving the partner unfulfilled at times puts a question mark on the credibility of the sexual potency of a man. Still, at the same time, so many myths revolve around this topic that patients sometimes find themselves trapped in a confused state of mind due to so many contradictory theories stated in the context of premature ejaculation.

 

Many men worry that they Ejaculate too quickly, which causes significant concern for them. It can also cause physical and mental distress for their partners if either party wants the man to last longer.

 

 

Premature ejaculation in a layman’s language is also called quick fall, early ejaculation, early discharge, rapid ejaculation, rapid climax, premature climax and shighrapatan (Hindi).

 

Premature ejaculation is the scientific term for ejaculating too quickly. You may be surprised to learn that the definition of “too quickly” is not entirely clear. The official word on the topic is premature ejaculation, an Orgasm that happens before the penis is inserted in the vagina or within about 1 minute of having the penis in the vagina. 

The guidelines on “premature ejaculation” mainly mention premature ejaculation in intravaginal intercourse (meaning sex with a penis inside a vagina); however, they fail to clarify ejaculation happening early with men at the time of masturbation, oral and anal sex.

 

The international guidelines mention that a man needs to meet at least below mentioned three criteria to get diagnosed with premature ejaculation:

 

1). you have a short time before you ejaculate (you always for nearly always have an orgasm before or within a minute of penetrating your partner’s vagina,

2). you do not feel that you can control the timing of your ejaculation once you are inside the vagina,

3). you are distressed or bothered about this 

 

Suppose you have your orgasm between or below 1 to 1.5 minutes after you enter the vagina and meet these other criteria mentioned above. In that case, you have “probable” premature ejaculation.

 

The authorities have mentioned this phenomenon in context to vaginal intercourse only. However, men involved in masturbation and oral & anal sex too feel haunted by Premature Ejaculation leading to poor self-confidence.

 

 

Very recently, some evidence-based definitions have been established by some renowned sexual organisations where the diagnosis requires the combination of the below-mentioned Components:

 

a). ejaculation that always or nearly always happens before the penetration or within about 1 minute of vaginal penetration (lifelong PE) or a clinically significant and bothersome reduction in latency time, often to about 3 minutes or less after entering the vagina (acquired PE).

 

b). The inability of a man to delay ejaculation on all or nearly all vaginal penetrations

 

c). Negative personal consequences such as distress, frustration, anxiety, depression, low confidence, low self-esteem and poor quality of life.

 

 

Premature ejaculation is also associated with anxiety (generalised and performance related). It can lead to decreased sexual frequency and even sexual aversion (avoidance or unwillingness to get involved in sexual intimacy/intercourse with the partner) in some men. If professional help is not sought in time, all the problems progress to a more serious level.

 

Now let us discuss some major questions patients coming at Sidri International generally have in their minds while struggling with premature ejaculation

 

  1. What is the premature ejaculation time exactly?

Now, this is a very interesting question. Many patients ask, “Doctor, what is the exact time of premature ejaculation?” Our reply is there is no specific duration which can be classified; however, normal intercourse generally lasts about 4 to 5 minutes. But on the other hand, many patients whom we have treated for erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation have enjoyed sexual intercourse ranging between 10 to 20 minutes. There have been cases who took even 30 to 40 minutes for their sexual act, starting from penetration to ejaculation.

 

We have seen in our practice that, contrary to the definitions that various Sexual organisations have described, individual issues and experiences can be very subjective. Descriptions can not just classify them. Some patients ejaculate even at the time of foreplay without even penetrating the vagina of their partner. Some men have reported ejaculation of semen even;

 

a). While fantasising about someone, 

b). Gazing someone over a prolonged period having sexual thoughts in mind, viz. in public transport or a public place,

c). Physical touch (sensual/non-sensual) or brisk body friction while in a public place can lead to semen loss.

 

All points mentioned above will be considered Premature Ejaculation.

 

 

 

 

  2. What is the definition of premature ejaculation? 

 

“Premature ejaculation” was described almost 100 years ago in Modern Medicine books as a condition wherein a man ejaculates just before vaginal penetration. Another term is “rapid ejaculation”, a condition wherein a man tends to ejaculate immediately after vaginal penetration. 

 

These terms have remained with us to the present time. However, there have been many inclusions and updates in these terms by various medical organisations such as ISSM (International Society for Sexual Medicine), DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders), and ICD-10 (International Classification of Diseases).

 

Out of all the definitions that were coined by all these organisations as mentioned above and even many more, the description laid down by ISSM was found more appropriate by certain professionals. 

 

According to ISSM, the diagnosis for PE requires the combination of the below-mentioned Components:

 

a). An ejaculation that always or nearly always occurs before penetrating or within about 1 minute of vaginal penetration or a significant and bothersome reduction in Intra Vaginal Latency Time (IVLT), about 3 minutes or less.

 

b). The inability of a man to delay ejaculation on all or nearly all vaginal penetrations

 

c). Negative personal consequences such as stress, anxiety, depression, confidence, self-esteem and poor quality of life.

 

 

3. What is an Average Premature Ejaculation Time?

 

According to the studies compiled by the International Society for Sexual Medicine’s official committee on premature ejaculation, an average sudden ejaculation time varies between a few seconds to 1.5 minutes. Somewhere between 22 and 30% of men report premature ejaculation when there’s no time limit concern. However, when you specify a time parameter of less than 1 minute, only 1 to 3 per cent meet the criteria for having a problem.

 

If less than 1 minute is considered a problem for your sexual health, then you might be thinking, what is the normal time for a man to last once the penis enters the vagina? It is not the definition one has to consider but the attainment of orgasm and pleasure of your partner that you should be concerned about. It is not a rat race of time that you need to win; rather, it’s about the mutual sexual satisfaction you have to accomplish in a sexual act.

 

In a study of 500 European and American men, an average man’s “Intravaginal Ejaculation Latency Time (IELT)”, i.e. how long you can control ejaculation between entering the vagina and orgasm, was found to be around 5.4 minutes. The experts observed these men with the stopwatch after a month of having frequent sex with their regular female partners. All the men were in stable relationships during the four weeks of the study. However, the men’s time before ejaculating did vary dramatically; the shortest recorded time was 0.5 5 minutes, and the longest was 44.1 minutes. You may be especially surprised to learn that younger men in this study were able to last longer. The median time to ejaculation was 6.5 minutes for those ages 18 to 30, Where it went down to 5.4 minutes for those 31 to 50 years old and then 4.3 minutes for those over 51 years. That’s a statistically significant difference among the age groups.

 

Using a stopwatch may also have some drawbacks (a word of advice: a stopwatch in the bedroom may not be the most fun toy to introduce in your sex life). However, using a stopwatch is considered the best way to measure timely timing during a sexual event accurately.

 

Now the question comes, what’s normal? First, let’s discuss a little more about what you can do if you have premature ejaculation. Multiple studies tell us that it negatively affects both partners involved. That includes reports of lower self-esteem, increased anxiety, emotional distress, behavioural distress, relationship issues, and less sexual satisfaction for women, whilst both partners report that premature ejaculation hampers their quality of life and even their relationship.

 

Despite all of this Doom and gloom, you can change this. At Sidri International, we use results-driven and entrusted modalities for premature ejaculation treatment. 

 

 

 

4. Is having Premature Ejaculation First Few Times Normal?

Yes, it is normal to ejaculate slightly early for a man when he is an amateur (when you try to have sexual intercourse for the first time in your life). However, some men may end up quickly cause their brains might be unable to handle the cocktail of emotions in their minds.

 

This means that you don’t have to worry much if an initial couple of Encounters were not as good as you thought and failed miserably. 

 

Suppose you don’t suffer from premature ejaculation. In that case, you will realise that after having a few sexual encounters, you will start gaining control over your ejaculation.

 

However, if, even after a few attempts, you continue to ejaculate early, then there is an underlying medical issue. Do not wait for long, as the disease will progress further, and the complications may grow multifold.  

 

It’s better to start proper medical treatment as soon as you realise that something is not working down there. Then, the doctors at Sidri International Clinic can take you out of this misery without letting you lose your health and relationship in time. 

 

 

 

5. Can a Man Face Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation At The Same Time?

It is common for us to see a patient asking, “Doctor, is it possible if a man may face erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation at the same time?” We reply that a man may suffer from both these medical conditions simultaneously. Many patients are generally aware that they have erectile dysfunction as well as premature ejaculation as it goes hand in hand.

 

However, many men suffering from premature ejaculation remain unaware that they may also have erectile dysfunction. Since ejaculation happens very quickly in these men, they never get an idea of the level of sustenance of erection they may have. 

 

After a detailed assessment and evaluation of the problem (Level 2 Consultation), it is found that they have also had erectile dysfunction along with premature ejaculation.

 

Thus it is very important for a Qualified Sexologist to carefully assess, deeply evaluate and observe multiple subtle levels of imperfections in his patient’s body. The doctors at Sidri International have expertise in this and work diligently on the patient’s case to execute a Strategized Treatment Plan to attain a relapse-free treatment. 

 

 

 

 

 

CONCLUSION:

 

First of all, we need to understand that premature ejaculation occurs because of many issues that may be going on in your body, brain or emotional state of mind. Therefore, it is important to have your doctors (Dr. Manu Rajput & Dr. Kanu Rajput) at Sidri International perform an In-depth Assessment and Evaluation of your medical condition, known as the Level 2 Consultation.

 

Level 2 Consultation is a multidisciplinary approach comprising a comprehensive assessment process that is crucial in formulating a focused and efficient treatment program. 

Level 2 Consultation helps to assess and evaluate the extent of your medical condition correctly and rule out the severity of premature ejaculation. It also helps us identify if you are also suffering from any other sexual dysfunction, such as erectile dysfunction or loss of libido along with PE. This process eventually helps the Doctors at Sidri International to properly strategise a Result Oriented Treatment Plan for you. 

 

We recommend that patients suffering from premature ejaculation for over a couple of weeks begin straight ahead with the Level 2 consultation so that we may evaluate their problem skillfully. Subsequently, we shall formulate a strategised treatment plan for the patient. 

 

You may be able to read more about Level 2 consultation on the FAQ page.

Link to FAQs Page: https://sidriinternational.com/faq

 

 Some patients would have tried out these below-mentioned modalities before consulting us:

 

  1. Start and Stop Technique
  2. Squeeze Method
  3. Delay (extra time) Condoms having benzocaine etc.  
  4. Numbing Creams/Gels/Patches
  5. Masturbating before the actual sexual intercourse with the partner
  6. Substance Abuse viz. Alcohol, cigarettes, drugs etc.
  7. Performance Enhancing Drugs such as PDE 5 inhibitors viz. Sildenafil (Viagra), Tadalafil (Cialis), Avanafil (avanair) etc. 
  8. SSRIs (antidepressants) viz. Paroxetine, Dapoxetine, Fluoxetine etc.;
  9. So-called ‘Ayurvedic Boosters’ on various Online websites and medical shops

 

Suppose you have already tried the modalities mentioned above but have not been able to see sustainable results or improvements. In that case, you must not wait and let your medical condition deteriorate further.

 

 

The Premature Ejaculation Treatment available at Sidri International is a Good to Go thing if you are someone who wishes to:

 

  1. Gain Better Control over Ejaculation
  2. Achieve and Deliver (to your partner) Maximum Satisfaction with the Sexual Intercourse
  3. Overcome Physical and Mental Distress that has been caused due to Premature Ejaculation
  4. Improve the interpersonal relationship with your partner by overcoming your Sexual Weakness
  5. Overcome cognitive, emotional and behavioural difficulties faced due to Premature Ejaculation
  6. Reduce Performance Anxiety
  7. Enhance Sexual Self-Esteem
  8. Promote Positive Sexual Feelings
  9. Attain core sexual competence 
  10. Attain long-term sustained results that too without relapse (recurrence)

 

Suppose the outcomes mentioned above are what you wish to experience in your life, too. In that case, Sidri International Premature Ejaculation Treatment without surgery is what you have been looking for.

 

So, no more suffering; you no longer need to sit on guilt trips when we are there to help you the best way possible.

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