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Premature Ejaculation Defined Medically

Though it has long been seen as a medical issue, premature ejaculation hasn’t until now been defined medically (livescience.com). The definition isn’t exactly clear and it is developing. Today, medical sex experts believe there are two distinct groups who experience premature ejaculation, those that have had it all their lives and those who acquire it with age. Those who have “acquired” PE were able to ejaculate normally in the past. Premature ejaculation has been defined as orgasming less than three minutes after penetration. The other group, those who have suffered “lifelong” PE are those defined as ejaculating after less than one minute of penetration. For them, this has been a constant phenomenon since their first time. Those who have suffered lifelong PE may in addition be suffering some psychological consequences such as low self-esteem, distress, avoidance of intimacy including sexual intimacy and frustration. These conclusions were reached by the International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM) which published their findings in the May issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine. The ISSM reviewed cases of PE and the recommendations that followed to arrive at their findings. This wasn’t the first time this body released findings on premature ejaculation. In 2008 the ISSM released a smaller definition, this time only talking about lifelong PE. Dr. Ege Can Serefoglu was the study’s lead researcher hailing from Bagcilar Training & Research Hospital, in Istanbul, Turkey.

This new definition will be used by physicians and urologist to diagnose PE and give recommendations on how to cope with or treat the condition. Clinical trials are now underway to develop new treatments for PE as well, say researchers. One limitation of this study, the researchers only followed vaginal penetration and heterosexual men. There still isn’t any information regarding PE in the homosexual population. Researchers believe that psychological issues such as relationship problems, performance anxiety, or having other issues such as erectile dysfunction (ED) cause PE. Around 2-3% of men have lifelong premature ejaculation according to data that the body reviewed. 4% of sexually active men experience PE. If you experience PE don’t hide it. Be sure to talk to your doctor about your condition. Is it something you’ve always experienced or is it onset by age? If you are seeing a urologist, bring it up with the specialist. There are medications available for those whom will benefit from them. Furthermore, your local pharmacy or even sex shop will have numbing agents such as creams, gels, and condoms with numbing agents in them, though do be advised to put them on right or else your partner may be the one who is numbed instead. Kegel exercises, strengthening the pelvic floor, and even tantric methods can also help fight against PE. It’s a medical issue and just like any medical issue it can be addressed.

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& again - here is the same info with just facts

by nycusa

Vs. rusty's continued reliance on sophomoric judgements and misinformation:
PNP is code for party-&-play. It describes the combination of a drug usage (usually crystal meth or “T” but also includes: cocaine, MDMA (ecstasy, X), ketamine (special K), amyl nitrate (poppers) this is the "party" part.
The individuals (the “play”) that can engage in sex that for many last hours and in some extreme cases days.
Short term side effects of using the drugs can include erectile dysfunction, dehydration, loss of appetite and exhaustion.
Long term use of the drugs can induce paranoia

Or the factual info without the mistakes

by nycusa

PNP is code for party-&-play. It describes the combination of a drug usage (usually crystal meth or “T” but also includes: cocaine, MDMA (ecstasy, X), ketamine (special K), amyl nitrate (poppers) this is the "party" part.
The individuals (the “play”) that can engage in sex that for many last hours and in some extreme cases days.
Short term side effects of using the drugs can include erectile dysfunction, dehydration, loss of appetite and exhaustion.
Long term use of the drugs can induce paranoia.
As the drugs allow people to feel disassociated from reality during play and lower inhibitions through a sense of euphoria and extremely hieghtened activity in pleasures zones of the brain - there is a higher rate of unsafe sex and sex with multiple partners for those...

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