Premature Ejaculation and The Blame

Premature ejaculation is an abrupt, or short, sexual performance. It often leads to dissatisfaction on the part of one or both partners. For the most part, the ensuing negativity lies with the man who suffers from this condition. At first, he may withdraw from having sex, losing his libido. As time passes, however, he may gradually drift away from his partner. Since premature ejaculation is often a result of overexcitement, it can occur occasionally in the bedroom. Though there can be a number of contributing factors to this condition, including but not limited to, overexcitement, overstimulation, alcohol, or simply bad timing. Nevertheless, medical attention should be sought out if premature ejaculation becomes a staple in the bedroom.

In the face of such an embarrassing condition, it is no surprise that men often blame themselves. “Perhaps,” they wonder, “there was something I did that could have caused his situation.” Admittedly, there is no way to rule out any cause. Even so, the answer usually is no, there is nothing a man could have done that would—either directly or indirectly—have contributed to this issue. But tell any man that and see if he believes you. The truth is that the questions will still pour in and the doubts will overtake his thoughts. So, can masturbation, albeit in one’s teens, lead to premature ejaculation?

Can Masturbation Lead to Premature Ejaculation?

Common to masturbation and teenagers is the rough use of the penis. Handling the penis too roughly, pressing it up against rough items, or handling it without lube—these are some common masturbation practices that are likely to cause damage to the penis. Especially for those circumcised rough handling is a concern, since there is no protection. Such disregard for care can cause chafing or skin abrasions. Even so, such acts are liable to desensitizing the penis and not making it more sensitive. So, how can masturbation lead to premature ejaculation?

There is speculation whether masturbation should be associated with premature ejaculation. Yet, it is important to note that there is no evidence supporting this claim and the boundaries of the claim consist of merely one instance.

The Teenage Years

Some physicians have theorized that the psychological surroundings of adolescent masturbation may be a contributing factor to premature ejaculation. For one, as a teenager, a man quickly learns to conceal his excitement whenever it presents itself. Thereafter, he usually has to be quiet and hide his personal exploration. Ultimately, whenever he begins to explore, he is on a timer to finish as soon as possible. Perhaps, researchers posit, it is within this anxiety-ridden tableau that a young man becomes conditioned to ‘get it with over with.’

A young man’s body is essentially being trained for the better half of a decade to rush through any sexual experience—albeit varying contact, stimulation, or circumstances. Not to mention, that the message repeatedly sent to his psyche is, the faster, the better. However, as he gets older and begins freely exploring himself, he learns that this is not ideal. Furthermore, as he begins branching out to different partners and exploring their needs, he finds that he is at a great disadvantage. So, is there a solution?

Premature Ejaculation Is Curable!

With most who suffer from premature ejaculation, there are usually psychological and physical repercussions surrounding the issue. To this end, there may very well be psychological, physiological, and physical issues causing the condition. It is vital to reiterate that this is merely a hypothesis, with little to no supporting evidence. Until further research is done, other possible causes cannot be dismissed.

All in all, to get help to deal with this issue, speak openly with your partner about the matter. Then consider seeing a professional and researching your options. After all, premature ejaculation is treatable and curable!