Another article contribution that the offices of Joshua Gonzalez MD, Board Certified Urologist, is sharing here. Our friends at Mel Magazine have an article discussing the topic of Premature Ejaculation. Below is an excerpt taken from that article.
“The sad condition of a pathetic half-man who can never hope to satisfy a woman”
— Your gibbering, fragile psyche
At least, that’s what it can feel like when it happens. But is there an actual medical definition of premature ejaculation? After all, prematurity seems like it’s pretty dependent on perception. Is it premature for you or your partner? What if there is no partner? Just how “premature” does something have to be for it to be considered premature?
As it turns out, there are actual medical answers to just about all of these questions — but only if you’re a heterosexual male having vaginal sex (more on that later). “The consensus definition of premature ejaculation is ejaculation within one minute of vaginal penetration,” says urologist and sexual health doctor Joshua Gonzalez.
If you are interested in reading more than click here to be directed to the full article.