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Forum Name: Fertility
Question: Too quickly intercourse
|Shahid Ahmed - Sat Jan 06, 2007 12:57 am||
Age = 31 Years
Sex = Male
I have a problem with intercourse. I have recently got married about 8 months ago. My problem is that, when I do intercourse, It hardly completes in one minute. In other words, my intercourse duration is only one minute and semens got out more quickly. Please tell me know, is too quickly intercourse causes for non pregnancy as my wife is not pregnant till yet.
Your advise is highly appreciated as I am much frustrated due to this problem.
I shall be thankful for your kind advise.
|Dr. Safaa Mahmoud - Sat Jan 06, 2007 8:33 am||
Premature ejaculation (PE) is the commonest sexual dysfunction in males younger than 40 years.
The sexual response in divided into 3 phases: desire, excitement, and orgasm.
Premature ejaculation is considered a psychological disorder and not an organic problem. Anxiety for performance or any other deep psychological problems are involved.
Most professionals diagnose premature ejaculation if ejaculation occurs before reaching sexual satisfaction for both partners regardless the time it takes to finish.
No lab tests or investigations are required in most of the cases.
Checking a serum testosterone (free and total) level and prolactin level may be appropriate if premature ejaculation is observed in conjunction with an impotence problem.
Premature ejaculation does not interfere with conception unless it occurs before man's penis is inside the woman's vagina.
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