Premature Ejaculation (PE)

It’s time to take control of Premature Ejaculation (PE). If you have premature ejaculation, you are not alone. Based on a study of almost 5,000 men in Asia-Pacific, 16% of respondents were classified with premature ejaculation and 15% were classified with probable premature ejaculation.1
Premature Ejaculation affects up to one-in-three men at some point in their lives and leads to decreased sexual satisfaction for both men and their partners.1–6 Fortunately, premature ejaculation is treatable.1 This website provides up-to-date, balanced information about premature ejaculation and available treatments. So, whether you are a man with premature ejaculation or the partner of someone experiencing premature ejaculation, this site can be your first step towards taking control of premature ejaculation in your life.
Once you have the information you are looking for, the next step will be to speak to a doctor. Premature ejaculation is a sexual dysfunction so your doctor will be in the best position to discuss evidenced based treatment that will help you gain control over premature ejaculation.
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Q & A

What is Premature Ejaculation (PE)?

Recognised as a medical condition by  global health organisations 1,2,7, premature ejaculation is the inability to control or delay ejaculation before or shortly after penetration.2 It is also commonly known as ‘premature orgasm’, ‘early ejaculation’, ‘coming (cumming) too quickly’, ‘come (cum) too fast’ or ‘rapid ejaculation’.

How is premature ejaculation different from erectile dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to obtain an erection, or the loss of erection before ejaculation, whereas premature ejaculation (PE) is the inability to control ejaculation. Some men with PE also have ED.8 PE and ED are different conditions and require different treatments.9


How common is Premature Ejaculation?

Up to one-in-three men may experience some form of PE at some point in their lives.1–6 PE affects men of all ages.3,5

How does premature ejaculation affect men or their partners?

Being unable to control ejaculation can lead to a decrease in quality of life and sexual satisfaction for couples. PE is frustrating, and can lower self-confidence and disrupt relationships and intimacy.2


Can premature ejaculation be treated effectively?

Premature ejaculation is a type of sexual dysfunction10, so your physician will be the best person to recommend clinically proven treatments that help you control ejaculation.

Read the website and then talk with your GP about proven treatments.

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