Premature Ejaculation Info and Survey

Premature Ejaculation

Some women complain that their partners ejaculate too soon after sexual intercourse, or worse still, their partner ejaculate before penetrative sex is achieved. This will lead to poor quality sex life and dissatisfaction between men and women.

Some cases of premature ejaculation occur together with erectile dysfuntion and may occur later in life, or premature ejaculation may occur every time a man tries to have sexual intecourse

Sometimes premature ejaculation occurs if the man is too excited, and the condition disappears when he achieves better control of his excitement. However, when premature ejaculation persists whenever he has sex with his partner, it becomes a problem which may result in relationship difficulties. As a general rule of thumb, if a man ejaculates before one minute of sexual intercourse, it constitutes premature ejaculation . In reality, there is no fixed time threshold.

Stress, overexcitement, performance anxiety, relationship problems, underlying unresolved personal issues and psychological factors may contribute to premature ejaculation. Sometimes, no cause is found.

A Diagnostic gauge of premature ejaculation (PEDT SURVEY)

A survey with a series of questions that can help identify males with undiagnosed premature ejaculation.

A sample of survey for premature ejaculation may be obtained from the clinic. A score of 9 or more points indicate possibility of the condition.

Type of STDs/STIs
  • Bacterial and protozoal such chlamydia and gonorrhea, both are curable and treated with antibiotics.
  • Herpes are Viral STD/STI like HIV and are largely not curable, but it's symptoms can be managed effectively with the use of anti-virals and maybe even kept in remission for long time.
  • Lumps and growths such as genital warts caused by HPV can be removed with non-invasive or topical creams and relatively painless technique like Thermal Coagulation/Laser Therapy.
  • Fungal STD/STI such as Candida are treatable, but it tends to recur once in a while/
  • Parasitic STD/STI are public lice, they are treatable and tend not to recur, unless re-contact with infected sex partner.

Premature Ejaculation Diagnostic Tool (PEDT)

This five-question assesment helps to identify men who may have problems with control over ejaculation.

1. How difficult is it for you to delay ejaculation?

Never or almost never
0%
Less than half a time
25%
About half a time
50%
Over half a time
75%
Always or almost always
100%

2. Do you have ejaculation before you want to?

Never or almost never
0%
Less than half a time
25%
About half a time
50%
Over half a time
75%
Always or almost always
100%

3. Do you ejaculate with very little stimulation?

Never or almost never
0%
Less than half a time
25%
About half a time
50%
Over half a time
75%
Always or almost always
100%

4. Do you feel frustrated because of ejaculating before you want to?

Never or almost never
0%
Less than half a time
25%
About half a time
50%
Over half a time
75%
Always or almost always
100%

5. How concerned are you that your time to ejaculation leaves your partner sexually unfulfilled?

Never or almost never
0%
Less than half a time
25%
About half a time
50%
Over half a time
75%
Always or almost always
100%