Sexual intercourse is one of the best feelings in the world. Any type of sexual dysfunction ruins the sexual act, making it uncomfortable, embarrassing, or stressful for one or both parties. Premature ejaculation is one of the more common types of sexual dysfunction. Men that experience this condition typically experience some common symptoms. The premature ejaculation symptoms include common things that all men experience, as well as some signs that only affect a small number of men. The most common symptom is an orgasm that occurs too quickly.
When a man has sexual intercourse, the body responds by following the same process that it has for centuries: orgasm. The body views intercourse in terms of biological need. Throughout history, couples engaged in intercourse as a way of reproducing. When a man has an orgasm, the body releases sperm and that sperm swims towards the eggs in the female body. Once the sperm reaches the egg, it fertilizes that egg and typically leads to pregnancy. The body reacts in the same way, even if the man uses a condom or the woman uses any form of birth control. Men can still experience premature ejaculation symptoms, whether he uses birth control.
The symptoms of premature ejaculation include early ejaculation. The man and his partner might feel stress because of the early ejaculation. Most men experience the problem outside of intercourse and experience problems when masturbating. Men that experience the problem throughout their life have a primary form. Men that only experience problems later in life have a secondary case. Secondary cases only present later in life and after the man had normal sexual experiences beforehand. Both secondary and primary cases share the same premature ejaculation symptoms.
There are a few common symptoms of the condition. One symptom is that the man cannot last for longer than 60 seconds when engaging in sexual intercourse with penetration of the vagina. The second common sign is when the man cannot stop the ejaculation or orgasm during any form of sexual activity. Some men experience premature ejaculation symptoms relating to stress or avoidance. After the problem begins happening, the man feels stressed when thinking about sexual acts. Some men go out of their way to avoid any type of sexual act, which causes further stress to both the man and his partner. This stress can lead to further relationship problems and fights between the couple.