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The Medical definition
The medical definition of premature ejaculation or PE is the persistence of recurrent ejaculation with minimal sexual stimulation before, on, or shortly after penetration, and before the person wishes it to occur.

In common terms, PE can be defined as:
The inability to control one’s ejaculation.
Ejaculating before he is ready to or has satisfied his partner.
Ejaculating before or within several minutes’ after penetration.
Premature ejaculation is very common, recent studies show that three out of ten sexually active men are affected by this problem….

What is it?

Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual problems.
Premature ejaculation (PE) means coming too quickly, and it’s one of the most common sexual problems.
In our survey of several thousand males, approximately 10 per cent of them said that they often or sometimes had this trouble.
We found that it’s commoner in younger men – which are not surprising, as there’s a distinct tendency for it to improve with age. Men generally get better control as they grow older.
However, a 2004 survey in Europe showed that many middle-aged men still have this problem. Fortunately, good treatments are available.In 2010, a new treatment became available in several other countries – details below.


It’s almost impossible to get an accurate definition of premature ejaculation: what some couples consider a satisfactory length of intercourse would be very inadequate for others.
At the 2006 Congress of the European Society for Sexual Medicine, an American research paper reported:
• The average lasting time of men with PE was 1.8 minutes
• ‘Normal’ men lasted an average of 7.3 minutes.
But there were males who claimed to have premature ejaculation, yet who could last up to 25 minutes.
This clearly shows people have wildly differing ideas about what is normal.
At the same Congress, Professor Waldinger reported that 2.5 per cent of men couldn’t last 90 seconds inside the vagina. Those males undoubtedly have PE.
From our own clinical experience, there are plenty of couples who would regard intercourse that lasts under 20 minutes as less than satisfactory, and would feel that any ejaculation in less than 10 minutes or so is decidedly premature.
As a working definition, if either you or your partner feels that orgasm is happening too soon, there probably is some degree of PE.

Does it matter?

In most cases premature ejaculation does matter, because it makes people unhappy and frustrated. And in severe cases PE can threaten or even ruin a marriage – simply because it spoils the sex lives of both partners.
Sometimes, the condition is so bad the man can’t have sex because he ejaculates before he can get into the vagina. This can be devastating for a man’s self-confidence. And it can be hugely frustrating and annoying for his partner – especially if she wants to get pregnant.
However, most men merely find PE a considerable irritation. It’s a condition that makes them come very soon after they enter their partner – say, after only a minute or two, so neither party gets a lot of satisfaction.

What causes it?

For many years, sex experts have tended to say that premature ejaculation is caused by early conditioning.
In other words, the man’s early, rushed (and perhaps furtive) sexual experiences had to be quick so as to avoid detection. The idea is that this conditions him to climax as quickly as possible.
However, our own surveys have found that many men with PE did not have rushed early sexual experiences – though others say they did.
It’s worth noting that from an evolutionary point of view, it’s probable that males who climaxed quickly were more likely to have children. In other words, if you were a caveman who came very fast, you’d stand more chance of impregnating your woman and enlarging your tribe.
Some men seem to be highly triggered right from the start of their sex lives, and we have encountered instances where their fathers were much the same. Therefore, we feel that the tendency to reach orgasm quickly may possibly be inherited rather than learned.

Finally, there’s no question that anxiety or ‘nerves’ play a part in many cases of PE. If you’re nervous, you’re likely to come too quickly.
This is why many males have discovered for themselves that a small amount of alcohol eases their nerves and makes them less likely to climax prematurely. But we wouldn’t recommend alcohol as a treatment.


What is premature ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is the most common men sexual dysfunction, affecting as many as one-third of male population worldwide at some time in their lives.
The conclusion of many studies is that premature ejaculation sufferers cannot lasting longer and have a faster neurological response in the pelvic muscles and by consequence, the condition is caused by lack of ability of pubococcygeus (PC) muscle to control the ejaculation flow.
This ability of PC muscle is an acquired behavior and can be increased with experience and mainly with exercise.

Interested in lasting longer in bed?

If you are interested to lasting longer in bed, then additionally ‘educate’ your PC muscle to control ejaculatory process. One way, Pickup-Time helps to avoid premature ejaculation reflex and, on another way, muscle education will help lasting longer, then.

According to the American Urological Association, premature ejaculation may be the most common male sexual disorder. It is estimated that PE may affect 27 percent to 34 percent of men across all age ranges**, in contrast to erectile dysfunction, which is estimated to affect 10 percent to 12 percent of all men, who are usually older in age. PE can be a lifelong condition experienced from the beginning of sexual activity or can develop after years of satisfactory sexual activity.

About Premature Ejaculation (PE) 

Although PE is one of the most common male sexual disorders, it remains widely under-diagnosed and under-treated. Most physicians do not screen for PE and patients are extremely reluctant to talk about the condition with their partners or health care professionals. PE can have a significant impact on many aspects of a man’s life. It can affect his and his partner’s sexual satisfaction and their ability to build and maintain relationships – both sexual and non-sexual – and can impact a man’s general sense of self-confidence.
* Intravaginal Ejaculatory Latency Time (IELT) – IELT was first introduced in 1994. It is used in clinical setting involving the study of premature ejaculation. A stopwatch may be operated by either partner and is activated when the male enters the female and stopped when a man ejaculates. The amount of time this process takes is known as intravaginal ejaculatory latency time or IELT.

Premature Ejaculation getting you down?

Losing your sexual confidence as a result?

Not to mention the strains on your relationship?

Dealing with premature ejaculation can be a traumatizing experience!
The sheer embarrassment and failure to meet your partner’s expectations can be devastating and demoralizing. Not only is your sex life affected: PE can wrap itself around many aspects of your life.
So you’ve tried all the usual treatments and techniques I presume: the squeeze technique, hypnosis, and magic pills, delay creams, delay sprays…….. But often these options just make things worse.
We completely understand why you would try such products that are what most other people would have tried. We tried those products, and our customers have tried those products too.
The problem with most mainstream products is the tendency to compromise sensation. The market is flooded with products that effectively remove your PE problem, yet also remove all sexual enjoyment.
As for the many techniques available, they are developed by inexperienced individuals who fail to recognize that in most cases, PE is the result of a physiological disposition and is not merely a physical problem.
At this point, you probably understand why what you have tried didn’t work, “So what does?”

A successful PE remedy requires 4 things:

• Removes the urge to ejaculate prematurely
• Is effective within a matter of minutes
• Doesn’t produce any nasty side effects or undesirable sensations
• And most importantly, doesn’t reduce sexual enjoyment or compromise sensation (i.e. numbing the penis) during intercourse.

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