Sexual Fitness Archives

Premature ejaculation diagnosis

An accurate diagnosis based on careful analysis of the various potential biological or psychosocial factors in ejaculatory dysfunction can generally be achieved by taking a meticulous medical and sexual history, followed by a proper physical examination. When PE is suspected, the most important facets of the sexual history are estimated intravaginal latency prior to ejaculation, [...]

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Premature ejaculation causes

According to the National Health and Social Life Survey, men with poor to fair health or suffering from stress or emotional problems have a higher incidence of PE. Like ED, PE can be defined as primary, meaning that the man has had it all his life (though he may not have known until he began [...]

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How to define premature ejaculation

Several definitions for PE have been proposed, including ejaculation before or within 30 seconds, one minute, or two minutes after penetration, but these criteria have not been universally accepted. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders definition encompasses not only the time from penetration to ejaculation (normal values of which are still controversial), but [...]

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Venous leakage tests

There are a substantial number of men with organic ED, especially in the over-50 group, whose primary problem is a leak from the penile venous system during erections. For these men, blood flows through the penile veins at such a rate that not enough blood is trapped within the penis to cause engorgement and erection. [...]

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Cooperation with your partner

You need your partner to be your intimate and erotic friend. The cooperative, intimate, interactive approach to sexuality becomes dominant with a serious relationship and with aging. The wise man learns that an involved, aroused partner is the main aphrodisiac and learns to piggyback his arousal on hers. Couple identity, cooperation, and intimate communication are [...]

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