Not All Premature Ejaculators are Alike

Premature ejaculation (PE) is a serious sexual problem that occurs in men of all ages, races and educational levels— but not to the same degree. Culture and psychological factors influence who develops this sexual problem during young adulthood, and physical problems are linked to PE in older men. The incidence of PE is highest in men aged 18 to 40, decreases for men in their 40s, but increases again in men over 50. The International Society for Sexual Medicine, in a position statement, concluded that physicians should distinguish between men with lifelong PE due mainly to social and psychological factors and late onset PE linked to poor cardiovascular health. This will help identify the causes and treatments of the problem. (Journal Sexual Medicine 11: 1423-1441, 2014)

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