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Premature Ejaculation (PE) can have a devastating effect on men, as it significantly impacts their sexual experiences and overall well-being. While some experts define PE as ejaculating between one and three minutes of commencing penetrative sex, such a narrow range underestimates the true severity faced by many men suffering from this condition. In our clinical experience, we have successfully treated men who were unable to last even a single minute, some experiencing ejaculation within a mere few seconds, and in extreme cases, ejaculating even before penetration begins.
Premature Ejaculation is a common sexual disorder that is known to affect up to 40% of men during their lifetime. It can have various effects on them and their partners. For men, PE can cause distress, anxiety, and a sense of inadequacy, leading to decreased self-esteem and sexual confidence. It may also result in avoidance of sexual encounters, strained relationships, and emotional turmoil. Partners of men with PE may experience frustration, dissatisfaction, and decreased sexual fulfillment, which can strain the overall intimacy and connection in the relationship.
Achieving simultaneous climax between partners is often regarded as the pinnacle of sexual satisfaction, and our treatment approach focuses on restoring this pleasure not only for you but also for your partner. Unfortunately, Premature Ejaculation often leads men to suffer in silence, some even avoid pursuing relationships altogether due to the overwhelming fear and shame associated with PE.
Astonishingly, more men seek counseling for PE than any other sexual health condition, highlighting the urgent need for effective solutions. However, it’s important to note that while sexual counseling can address psychological aspects, it cannot directly target the physical factors involved. The control of erections and the ability to climax within a pleasurable timeframe rely on the pelvic floor muscles and pudendal nerves, which require specific interventions. If you are one of the millions of men worldwide dealing with PE, rest assured that you are not alone. It’s crucial to be cautious of the countless gimmicky solutions flooding the internet, as they often fail to deliver lasting results.
Ground-breaking Premature Ejaculation Treatment
Mansmatters, the leading non-invasive men’s sexual health clinic in Europe, offers a ground-breaking program for treating Premature Ejaculation that leverages state-of-the-art, scientifically advanced technology. Our innovative approach focuses on training your pelvic floor muscles and nerves, empowering you to regain control over your ejaculatory reflex and allowing you enhanced pleasure during intercourse.
The cutting-edge technology we use allows you to undertake an astonishing 28,500 pelvic floor exercises within a 30-minute session – most men can only manage ten to twenty repetitions three times a day as an exercise – all without any discomfort or pain. By engaging 100% of your pelvic muscle fibers and harmonizing your nervous system, our unique program strengthens even the often-over-looked muscle groups, enabling you to take charge of your erections and ability to climax.
Types of Premature Ejaculation
As described above, PE can occur at different time during sexual activity. It can manifest as “premature ejaculation before penetration” where ejaculation happens before any form of penetration takes place. This can be frustrating for both partners as it leaves them without the opportunity for mutually satisfying sexual experiences. Additionally, PE can also occur as “premature ejaculation after penetration” where ejaculation happens shortly after penetration, leaving the partner unsatisfied.
Primary Premature Ejaculation (a lifelong condition) can be influenced by various psychological factors such as conditioning, upbringing, or traumatic sexual experiences and is commonly observed in men aged between 18 to 45 years. These experiences can contribute to the development of early ejaculation patterns and difficulties in maintaining control during sexual activity.
On the other hand, Secondary Premature Ejaculation (acquired as a man ages) can be linked to certain medical conditions, including diabetes, hypertension, hyperthyroidism, as well as lifestyle factors such as alcoholism or the use of recreational drugs. These underlying physical factors can disrupt the normal ejaculatory process and contribute to the onset of PE later in a man’s life.
In both Primary and Secondary PE, patients often exhibit a weakened Pubeus-Coccygeus muscle, which plays a significant role in controlling the ejaculation process and the sensations just before orgasm. Intensive manual exercise programs have shown promising results in Pelvic Muscle Floor Rehabilitation (PFM).
Premature Ejaculation & Studies into Pelvic Floor Muscle Therapy
A study reviewed in the journal Therapeutic Advances in Urology in 2014 evaluated the possible therapeutic role of pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation in patients affected by lifelong premature ejaculation, noted that after treatment, 82.5% of patients gained control of their ejaculatory reflex, with a mean IELT of 146.2 seconds. Moreover, a follow-up evaluation at six months showed that 39% of patients maintained a significant IELT of 112.6 seconds compared to their initial IELT of 39.8 seconds. They concluded that “we propose pelvic floor muscle rehabilitation as a new, viable therapeutic option for the treatment of premature ejaculation.” (1)
While a study in the Archives of Italian Urology and Andrology in 2014 assessed the cure rate of patients with premature ejaculation who underwent a treatment involving awareness of the pelvic floor muscles. They recruited 78 patients with lifelong premature ejaculation who completed the training. The patients were informed of the role of the pelvic floor. They were taught to carry out the execution and maintenance of contraction of the pelvic floor muscles during the sensation of the pre-orgasmic phase to control the ejaculatory reflex. 54% of patients who completed the training were cured of premature ejaculation and learned over time to be able to postpone the ejaculation reflex. (2)
More recently, a study published in the Asian Journal of Andrology in 2018 that evaluated the long-term outcomes of pelvic floor muscle (PFM) rehabilitation in males with PE, 122 patients completed the training program and 111 gained control of their ejaculation reflex. (3)
Contact Us Now & Overcome PE Issues With Ease
Our groundbreaking program surpasses the limitations of manual methods. Traditional manual exercises struggle to engage more than 40% of the muscle fibers and typically involve around 20 to 30 exercises per minute. In contrast, our technology engages 100% of the muscle fibers and performs the equivalent of 28,500 exercises in just 30 minutes. This is achieved in a relaxed and pain-free environment, offering you the opportunity to benefit from a more relaxed and spontaneous sex life.
Premature Ejaculation FAQ’s
Premature Ejaculation is a sexual disorder where a man ejaculates sooner than desired during sexual activity, leading to distress and dissatisfaction.
Premature Ejaculation is a common condition that affects a significant number of men, with estimates suggesting that it affects around 1 in 3 men at some point in their lives.
Yes, Premature Ejaculation can be treated. Various treatment options are available, including therapy, behavioural techniques, medications, and pelvic floor exercises, among others.
Premature Ejaculation can be a temporary or chronic condition. With appropriate treatment, many men experience significant improvement or resolution of symptoms.
Yes, anxiety is a common psychological factor that can contribute to Premature Ejaculation. Feelings of performance anxiety, stress, or nervousness can disrupt the normal ejaculatory response and lead to early ejaculation.
It is advisable to seek professional help for Premature Ejaculation if it causes distress, affects your sexual satisfaction, or creates difficulties in your relationships.
Yes, exercises that target the pelvic floor muscles, such as Kegel exercises, can help strengthen the muscles involved in ejaculation control and potentially improve Premature Ejaculation symptoms as proven in clinical research and outcomes from our unique therapy program.
in ejaculation control. By enhancing the strength and endurance of these muscles, men can gain better control over their ejaculatory reflex, potentially improving Premature Ejaculation symptoms.
Pelvic floor muscle exercises can be beneficial for many men with Premature Ejaculation, particularly those whose condition is related to weak pelvic floor muscles or poor muscle control. However, the effectiveness may vary depending on individual factors, and it’s best to consult us for personalised advice.
The timeline for seeing results from pelvic floor muscle exercises can vary among individuals. Some men may experience improvements within a few weeks of consistent exercise, while others may require a longer period of time. Generally, it’s important to be patient and maintain a regular exercise routine for lasting benefits. You can accelerate the improvement by using the regime created by MansMatters that allows you to undertake an astonishing 28,500 pelvic floor exercises within a 30-minute session.
Yes, pelvic floor muscle exercises can have additional benefits for sexual health. Strengthening these muscles can lead to improved erectile function, increased sexual stamina, enhanced orgasm control, and potentially even heightened sexual pleasure for both the individual and their partner.
The recommended frequency and duration of pelvic floor muscle exercises can vary. Generally, it is advised to start with regular sets of exercises each week. These can be undertaken on our state-of-the-art, scientifically advanced technology allowing you to make rapid progress in overcoming PE.