Behavioral therapy is one possible approach for treating premature ejaculation. Most commonly, the "squeeze technique" is used. If a man senses that he is about to experience premature orgasm, he interrupts sexual relations. Then the man or his partner squeezes the shaft of his penis between a thumb and two fingers. The man or his partner applies light pressure just below the head of the penis for about 20 seconds, lets go, and then sexual relations can be resumed. The technique can be repeated as often as necessary. When this technique is successful, it enables the man to learn to delay ejaculation with the squeeze, and eventually, to gain control over ejaculation without the squeeze. Behavioral therapy helps 60% to 90% of men with premature ejaculation. However, it requires the cooperation of both partners. Also, premature ejaculation often returns, and additional behavioral therapy may be needed.

There are several theories as to the cause of PE: One study blamed hyperactive pubococcygeal muscles, while some sex therapists attribute it to early conditioning—furtive, fast masturbation. “There’s this extremely vivid image I have,” Allen recalls, “of sitting on my parents’ bed looking through my father’s stack of porn magazines and half looking over my shoulder to make sure my brother wasn’t coming down the hall or, God forbid, my parents weren’t coming home. It was, you’d better finish quickly before you get caught.”

I have premature ejaculation. It decreases my self confidence. Usually I get easily excited during intercourse. I just fear of premature ejaculation at that time. I have bad habit of masturbation. I like pervert movies. I am telling you everything. I always get afraid of premature. Premature means very premature, ie. 1-1.5 minutes. Please give me some remedy.


Pastore et al reported long-term benefit from pelvic muscle floor rehabilitation (PFM) in patients with lifelong premature ejaculation. The 154 participants in this retrospective study entered a 12-week program of PFM rehabilitation, including physio-kinesiotherapy treatment, electrostimulation, and biofeedback, with three sessions per week, with 20 min for each component completed at each session. Of the 122 participants who completed PFM rehabilitation, 111 gained control of their ejaculation reflex. Of the 95 participants who completed follow-up, 64% maintained satisfactory ejaculation control at 24 months and 56% did so at 36 months. [55]
Sir, I am kamalendu roy.for my premature ejaculation problem and erectile problem and size of penic.but problem you suggest me avena Q DaimanaQ and China Q.and acid phos 1m and selenium 1m. Can i take avena DaimanaQ and China Q before meal or after meal. And i want to tell you that after foreplay when I entered my penic i think i am very excited and i discharged early. Please sir help me.. I can’t stay more than 10seconds.i d penic is also not erectile properly. And seen is very liquid. Please sir help me… Please sir
A middle-aged man had main complaints of premature ejaculation since last 3-4 years. He would also feel tired and weak after sexual activity. He had taken several different herbal preparations, Ayurvedic and homeopathic combinations, and conventional medicines but none of them worked. His other complaints were constipation with bleeding piles since last 5-6 years and chronic acidity. Mentally, he was worried about his condition. He was overly concerned about his performance and he felt guilty about being unable to satisfy his wife. He felt that he was doing injustice to his wife. He was prescribed Causticum. Within 1 week, his problem of bleeding piles had completely stopped and there was marginal improvement in his ejaculation. After a month of homeopathic treatment, he could sustain for a longer time. Within 6 months there was no anxiety regarding ejaculation.
Premature Ejaculation (PE) is defined as ejaculation before the completion of satisfactory sexual activity for both partners. In severe cases, it is characterized by ejaculation either before penetration or soon after that. The causes can be biological (relatively uncommon) or psychological (performance anxiety) [1]. PE is generally regarded as one of the most common male sexual dysfunctions. It is affecting on average 40% of men worldwide. PE is a psychosomatic disturbance due to a psychologically overanxious personality and it is classified in to primary (lifelong) or secondary (acquired) [2]. The essential feature of PE is the persistent or recurrent onset of orgasm and ejaculation with minimal sexual stimulation before, on or shortly after penetration and before the person wishes it. Various other factors such as age, novelty of the sexual partner or situation and recent frequency of sexual activity etc should be considered while diagnosing PE [3]. Vajikarana (sexual medicine/sexology/aphrodisiac therapy) is one of the eight branches of Ayurveda which deals with the preservation and amplification of the sexual potency of a man, conception of healthy progeny as well as management of infertility & sexual dysfunctions. Vajikarana improves sexual capacity and also physical, psychological and social health of an individual [4]. The diagnosis and management of infertility and various sexual dysfunctions are dealt in detail in Ayurvedic classics. The male sexual dysfunctions have been elaborately described as ‘Klaibya’ in Ayurvedic classics [5]. ‘Shukragata vata’ is a pathological entity described in Ayurveda which is similar to PE [2]. The present article deals with the concepts and management of PE in Ayurveda and Yoga.

Premature Ejaculation is a condition when a man experiences orgasm and releases semen soon after sexual activity and with minimal penile stimulation. In most men, the average ejaculatory latency is approximately 4 - 8 minutes. The International Classification of Diseases classifies a latency of 15 seconds in men with PE. Men with PE also report stress over emotional and romantic relationships with their partners. Due to PE related embarrassment, some men avoid pursuing sexual relationships. PE may also cause considerable distress to female partners.

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