Men and women often differ in their views on premature ejaculation. Women regularly see it as much less of a problem than their partners, while men, on average, are more likely than women to define an orgasm as ‘premature’.
This may be reassuring news for men worried about their performance. In fact, a number of studies have found that it is difficult to accurately tell what counts as ‘premature’, as each individual has their own definition of what constitutes sexual satisfaction.
However, the fact remains that premature ejaculation is a very real problem for many couples and some women are just as concerned about it as their partner. Luckily, there are several treatment options available, ranging from prescription tablets such as Priligy to behavioural techniques.
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