Premature Ejaculation

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Premature Ejaculation


What is Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation refers to the inability to control ejaculations prior to or right after the beginning sexual intercourse. This occurs without major stimulation and leaves both partners feeling unfulfilled. Many men may
experience this condition at one point or another in their lifetime. However, there are ways to prevent and treat premature ejaculation.
3 Indicators

  • Ejaculating prior to insertion or immediately after insertion

  • Inability to control (i.e. prevent) ejaculation

  • Unsatisfactory sex for both partners due to untimely ejaculation 

Treatment for Premature Ejaculation

  1. ‘Stop-start’ and ‘squeeze’ technique

  2. Psychological Counseling

  3. Reduce sensitivity of penis i.e. by wearing more than one layer of condoms, or the usage of numbing gel

  4. Medication

          – There are certain types of medication that help to reduce premature ejaculation

Difference Between Premature Ejaculation and Erectile Dysfunction (ED)



Effects of Premature Ejaculation

  • Men’s perspective

         Men who have trouble with premature ejaculation may feel worried about relationships or may avoid relationships altogether. For married couples it may seem like something is missing causing troubles with intimacy.

  • Women’s Perspective         

       Women whose partners experience premature ejaculation may feel unsatisfied with their sex life and also worry about the relationship. Some women may feel angery and consider their male partner selfish.

For more information, please contact
Urology Center
3rd Floor, C Building, Bangkok Hospital
Daily 08.00 am. – 03.00 pm.