The most common type of Premature Ejaculation is not lifelong. Perhaps as a result of anxiety over sex—say with a new partner—, as a side effect of a certain medication, or being a late bloomer in his twenty’s, Premature Ejaculation is embarrasing for any man.
For a late bloomer, usually, his first time was with a partner could be with someone whose had more sexual encouters than him. Thereafter, his partner may have made a negative remark about his body or sexual performance, or he felt embarrassed. Added to his anxiety, any negativity may worsen his condition. As a result, he may swear off sex, remain critical of sex or the idea of having a relationship. This is a typical case of Premature Ejaculation.
However, once a man comes in for treatment, he can have a total sexual transformation! Premature Ejaculation is curable—or at least manageable—in a number of different ways. But a man must take steps to resolve it. For example, if he has anxiety over sex, he will have to work to resolve the mental blocks he has raised in order to reconnect to his sexuality and his libido. Or perhaps, he may have to research and try different medications, if his current prescription is causing, or worsening, his condition.
Nevertheless, once he learns how to prolong his performance, it is very likely that his negative thoughts and anxiety regarding sex will fade. To that end, he may even begin pursuing relationships again, this time with more confidence! Of course, he will need an understanding and empathetic partner at first as this will help to him to expirement with his sexuality—to see what he likes and dislikes, how to please himself and someone else, what turns on him and what helps him orgasm. Though naturally, why would one get into bed with someone he is not in tune with?
In review, Premature Ejaculation can be conquered! Though, the first step is to find out the cause behind it. For that, make an appointment with your doctor or urologist soon.