Know about Premature Ejaculation, one of the most common Male Sexual Problem.
Premature ejaculation may be diagnosed wrongly when the problem is delayed orgasm in female or anorgasmia (failure to get orgasm) in woman.
About 15% of women report difficulties with orgasm, and as many as 10% of women in the United States have never climaxed. Many women who orgasm regularly only climax about 50-70% of the time.***
Because many females are unable to reach climax at all with vaginal intercourse (no matter how prolonged), this situation may actually represent delayed orgasm in the female partner rather than premature ejaculation in the male; the problem can be either or both, depending on the point of view. This highlights the importance of obtaining a thorough sexual history from the patient (and preferably from the couple).**
The criteria for premature ejaculation stated in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, text revision (DSM-IV-TR) is as follows: (1) persistent and recurrent ejaculation with minimal sexual stimulation before, on, or shortly after penetration before the person wishes it; (2) marked distress or interpersonal difficulty; and (3) not exclusively due to direct effects.**
You can see the definition above fails to mention time (__number of minutes).
Note also that the duration of intra vaginal insertion varies in the same individual from time to time.
Pharmaceutical companies and doctors hugely benefit as the greed to last very long continues to be cherished by men all over the world at all times and the myth of prolonged duration of sex lasting long before first ejaculation is relentlessly propagated by pornography videos.
Seven out of ten men in United States suffer from PE (Premature Ejaculation)
An estimated 30%-70% of American males experience premature ejaculation. According to the National Health and Social Life Survey (NHSLS) it is 30% in US men. **2
SOBER REMINDER OF
DURATION OF SEXUAL INTERCOURSE FROM INSERTION TO EJACULATION IN MEN IS 60 SECONDS TO 180 SECONDS (1 MINUTE TO 3 MINUTES) ONLY. IN NORMAL MEN AT TIMES IT CAN BE LESSER THAN ONE MINUTE AND LONGER THAN 3 MINUTES
Dr. Ashok Koparday
Author: Aaron Benson, MD, Staff Physician, Department of Surgery, Division of Urology, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
Coauthor(s): Loren B Ost, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Surgery, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine; Urologist, SIU Physicians and Surgeons; Mark Jeffrey Noble, MD, Consulting Staff, Urologic Institute, Cleveland Clinic Foundation; Milton Lakin, MD, Head, Section of Medical Urology, Urological Institute, Cleveland Clinic