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Is It True, Previous Testicular Trauma Affect Premature Ejaculation?

AuthorBy - Updated October 7, 2021
Is It True, Previous Testicular Trauma Affect Premature Ejaculation?
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Men need their testicles for reproduction and normal hormonal function, unfortunately, they are located in the scrotum which hangs out of the body and doesn’t have muscles or bones that can protect them from a possible injury like the rest of the organs. This makes them more vulnerable to getting struck, kicked, hit, or unintentionally injured. Injury to the testicles can come with serious health problems to the man affected. Unfortunately, adverse after-effects of testicular injury may occur unnoticed.

Testosterone production can greatly be reduced and this may cause weaker and softer erections that may not satisfy a woman sexually. Men who suffered testicular trauma at some point in their lives may find difficulty reaching orgasm and even if they climax the experience may not be as exhilarating for them. Healthy men usually have two testicles hanging in the scrotum which hangs below the penis.

Sperm is usually produced in the testicles and they travel via the epididymis which is a rubbery gland that is found in the back of the testicle. When the testicle is hurt by force it causes what is referred to as testicular trauma.

There is no conclusive scientific research that links premature ejaculation and previous testicular trauma. Below are some possible causes of premature ejaculation:

  • Anxiety
  • Sex inexperience
  • Over excitement
  • Negative relationship issues
  • Excessive masturbation
  • Early masturbation
  • High sensitivity of the penile skin

The Treatment Options For Premature Ejaculation

Treatment For A Mild Form of Premature Ejaculation – Most men who are able to last like five to six minutes before they ejaculate after penetration are considered to suffer from mild PE. These kinds of men should not be worried much about the condition and should not even bother having to visit even a doctor. They can easily do self-practice on their own by trying what is called the distraction techniques.


*All individuals are unique. Your results can and will vary.

What this basically means is trying to focus your mind on something else when they sense that they are nearing climax. They can do this by thinking about something that is not sex-related may be about football that is if you like soccer.

Use Of A Local Anesthetic Gel – There are gels that are available in the shops that some men usually apply on their penis shafts shortly before intercourse. The gels are usually tested and proven to be safe to the woman and the man. The gels help to lower down the sexual sensation of the man allowing him to focus more on satisfying the woman and be able to stay there longer.

The problem of the gel is that it can also lower the sexual sensation of the woman making it a little difficult for her to orgasm and this might just also be another source of a problem.

There are also cases where some partners have experienced distressing skin reactions that involved intense itching, soreness, and redness.

Exercising The Pc Muscles – The PC muscle which is a hammock-like muscle that is found in both sexes and it stretches from the pubic bone to the coccyx. It basically forms the floor of the pelvic cavity and supports the pelvic organs.

Mostly the muscle is often exercised by women for pelvic floor muscle strength. Men can also do the exercises to help them with the issue of premature ejaculation. Below are some benefits the exercise can offer men:


*All individuals are unique. Your results can and will vary.

  • It can help to increase a man’s erectile strength and duration of sex.
  • Help to stop premature ejaculation.
  • Doing the exercises will prepare the man to start experiencing multiple ejaculations.

The PC muscle can be located by stopping urine flow and then the man should concentrate on identifying what they squeezed to stop the urine. It is the PC muscles that enable a man to stop urination. You are however not to overdo the exercises as this may work again to worsen your premature ejaculation problem. There are also herbal medications that can be administered to men that to strengthen the PC muscles thus helping to address the issue of premature ejaculation.

You can also strengthen the muscle by flexing it lightly on a daily basis until you notice the results. This is what is called the Kegel exercises usually done 3 to 5 times per day but you should be careful not to overdo them as it could also abuse the muscles.


As mentioned above there is no scientific study that can conclusively point out that previous testicular trauma may make a man to experience premature ejaculation. Injury to the testicles is however known to present several negative sexual health complications to the affected man.

It is for this reason that men who suffer from testicular injuries should go for a proper medical check up and get proper treatment from qualified doctors.

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