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Premature Ejaculation: How a Man Can Talk to His Partner About It

Many men are taught to keep up a macho façade, to never cry, and to rise to the occasion. If you are one of those men, dealing with premature ejaculation may be even more difficult to handle than usual. There is nothing easy about finishing a sexual escapade before it truly starts, but this is the case for many men. Premature ejaculation is fairly common, with more than one quarter of the male population believed to experience it at some point in their lives.

Early ejaculation may leave you feeling a swirl of emotions. You may feel disappointed by your lack of endurance, guilty about failing to provide your partner with an exciting experience, or frustrated by your inability to control your body. This is perfectly normal, especially if you cannot determine the cause of the problem. If you have been dealing with rapid ejaculation for quite some time, you may have started to make peace with the situation, out of helplessness more so than acceptance. However, you may find it very difficult to approach the issue with your partner.

Discussing what you may consider a personal shortfall can be embarrassing and upsetting. In the case of a new partner, this can be a very tricky situation to tackle. Since you are still getting to know this person, you can’t be too sure of his or her response, and that may leave you feeling even more anxious. On the other hand, you have no choice but to bring up the issue, since your partner will find out eventually.

If you are involved in a long-term relationship, talking about your condition may be easier, particularly if your partner is supportive. In both cases, it is important to be honest. Don’t try to sugarcoat the problem or it could lead to accusations of dishonesty. Every relationship – whether new or old – needs trust to flourish, and this is not the best time to dance around the facts.

If you don’t know much about premature ejaculation, this is the time to learn. Your partner will no doubt have a few questions and your informed responses will prove to be very reassuring. While you may not be able to explain why it’s happening, you can still talk about facts and figures. There’s no need to pose as an expert, since your partner will likely be ready to explore the issue with you and help you seek treatment. Remember, if your partner is unresponsive or unsympathetic to your issue, this is indicative of a problem with him or her, not you.

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