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Premature ejaculation makes me feel less of a man

Premature ejaculation has affected not just sex but also his marriage, family life and career. At his wits’ end, this man is finally consulting a psychiatrist
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I have been married for 20 years. Sex has been irregular. I am a nervous wreck every time we have sex. For the longest time, I did not know why.

When I began dating my girlfriend (now wife), I would often ejaculate during just smooching or petting. I didn’t make much of it then. A few months into my marriage I knew I was not doing it right, because I would always orgasm within a minute of penetration and she would never have a proper orgasm from intercourse. We figured out a way to make her orgasm without penetration, so we never really worked on the intercourse part.

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But soon the Internet arrived and I began to research and realised I had primary PE. A lot of things began to make sense. I recalled those early teen escapades in an empty flat with a bunch of boys flipping through porn magazines. We’d wank in the loo and I’d be shocked how long the others took and how quickly I was done.

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Premature ejaculation: Psychological more than physiological

My wife doesn’t want to have sex

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  1. Most of the time, a case of premature ejaculation is nothing to worry about. Stress, anxiety or even a weekend spent indulging in rich food can take its toll when it comes to bedroom performance. Getting checked out by a doctor and a nutritionist on a regular basis can also improve your health and your sexual performance. And you need to be confident and don’t stress much. Things will get better slowly for sure!

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