Could Masturbation Lead to Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is considered short sexual performance which leads to dissatisfaction on the part of one or both partners. For the most part, the ensuing negativity lies with the man who is embarrassed. He may withdraw altogether from having sex and in due time he may draw away from even his partner. Prematurely ejaculating can occur occasionally
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A Medical Look at Premature Ejaculation

What does the medical community consider premature ejaculation? Simply put, the answer is complicated, because how long sex should last is in all ways subjective. Therefore, labeling a sexual experience as “not long enough” or “too long” is subjective to the two partners taking part in said experience. However, there are some key factors that
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Infertility’s Unpleasant Baggage

[Note to the reader: This article is not meant to discuss the choice to withhold from procreating, but rather, the inability and its side effects.] For centuries, men have preferred marrying women younger than themselves. From an evolutionary standpoint, some suggest, it has been embedded into our DNA to choose women younger than us—albeit a year or
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Does Penis Size Matter?

[Note from the Editor: While this article highlights penis size in correlation to vaginal orgasm, the same thought could be argued on behalf of homosexual couples who enjoy anal sex.] The size of a man’s penis is at the core of who he is, or at least that is how some feel. When a man’s
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Why Have the Sperm Counts of Western Men Dropped Significantly?

Though infertility has been on the uprise in industrialized countries for decades, a new study finds that the Western world is suffering the most. What could some contributing factors be? What could be a solution? A study, published in the journal Human Reproduction Update, looked at 43,000 men from a variety of Western countries. They
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Who Suffers from Erectile Dysfunction?

What was once called impotence, or an inability to create or sustain an erection suitable for penetration, is now called Erectile Dysfunction. Few things are quite as uniquely embarrassing as Erectile Dysfunction. It is no surprise then, that a man would do anything to conceal his suffering. However, the underlying issue remains. This can lead
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Who are Most at Risk for STDs and HIV?

According to a study published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, men and women between the ages of 15 and 25 are most likely to contract an STD. Why is that not shocking? We know that young adults  in their late teens and twenies are at their sexual peak. We also know they are the
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A Look at Premature Ejaculation

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
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