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Is Premature Ejaculation Permanent?

Is Premature Ejaculation Permanent?

Originally posted on: 04/09/2018
“Is premature ejaculation permanent?”

This is a question we hear a lot. Have you ever had a problem that just seemed to go on and on. Though chronic problems seem neverending, there is therapy available for you to manage or even end your suffering.

Keep reading to learn more about the timeline of premature ejaculation and whether you will experience it forever.

What is Premature Ejaculation?

Let’s start with what premature ejaculation, or PE, is. PE is ejaculation that cannot be controlled either before or shortly after sexual intercourse. Many cases of premature ejaculation have no clear cause. It may be related to psychological factors, certain sexual situations, or even medical causes such as an imbalance in hormones.

When Does Premature Ejaculation Usually Occur?

For many men, premature ejaculation is a normal part of either entering a new sexual relationship or engaging in a new sexual activity. Premature ejaculation is a natural result of overexcitement and over stimulation which is unlikely to be a permanent problem.

Premature Ejaculation is NOT Permanent

In many instances, premature ejaculation tends to get better on its own over time. However, men who have primary ejaculation who have suffered from the problem since becoming sexually active may likely be long-lasting. Luckily through the right treatment, men suffering from this type of PE have a good chance of improving or even resolving their condition.

With diseases such as diabetes or multiple sclerosis, controlling and managing premature ejaculation may be difficult. If the condition is worsening due to your disease, you may need more help from a medical professional. Make sure to talk with a doctor regarding the next steps you need to take.

Taking the Next Step in Ending Your Experience with Premature Ejaculation

If you’re having issues with premature ejaculation, call the team at Preferred Men’s Medical Center now to schedule an appointment to have a consultation with their experienced and specially trained medical staff.

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