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Premature Ejaculation In Numbers

Premature Ejaculation (PE) In Numbers Prevalence One in three men suffer from PE. 42 The average age of a PE sufferer is 23% of sufferers attribute their early climaxing simply to "getting older". However, PE affects men of all ages and demographics. 18-24 10.9% 25-34 21% 35-44 23.6% 45-54 21.7% 55-70 22.8% lndeed. O8% Indeed, of men with PE are married (or living with their partner). It's not just us mere mortals, either: PE even affected the Greek God of fire, Hephaestus. "He, being forsaken by Aphrodite, fell in love with Athena and began to pursue her; but she fled. When he got near her with much ado (for he was lame) he attempted to embrace her; but she being a chaste virgin, would not submit to him, and he dropped his seed on the leg of the goddess." Trends third. Over a of men say they have learned to live with their PE. 88% of PE sufferers want further help. 41% of men have turned to alcohol to address their condition. And have even tried illicit drugs. 9% 4.5% Yet only of men will And just see their doctor or physician about the issue. see a psychotherapist. Of those who did seek professional help, 92% of those who saw a 96% of those who saw a doctor recorded little or therapist recorded little or no improvement. no improvement. Treatment of PE sufferers have tried special positions during sex to try and improve their sexual performance. More than Attempted treatments in history have included: Lotus flowers Oysters (Ancient Romans) Electrotherapy (early C.20th) (Ancient Egypt) Other holistic therapies are still tried today: Meditation Acupuncture Psychoanalysis There is no medical evidence these treatments work. There is a solution, however. DeLay is the Only medically approved carefully crafted blend of natural, herbal ingredients. Clinical trials on patients was conducted and recorded a near 92% success rate! For more information please visit DeLay Sources: Premature Ejaculation: From Etiology to Diagnosis and Treatment, edited by Emmanuele A. Jannini, Chris G. McMahon, Marcel D. Waldinger (2013) The Premature Ejaculation Prevalence and Attitudes (PEPA) Survey: Prevalence, Comorbidities and Professional Help-Seeking, Hartmut Porst, Francesco Montorsi, Raymond C. Rosen, Lisa Gaynor, Stephanie Grupe, Joseph Alexander (2006) A novel treatment for premature ejaculation: a randomised controlled trial', Wise MEJ, Pujol M, Baggaley M, Crowe M, Poster presentation, Royal College of Psychiatrists Annual Conference 2004 (2004) Evaluation of a behavioral treatment intervention for premature ejaculation using a hand-held stimulating device, Patrick Jerna, Journal of Sexual and Marital Therapy (2013)

Premature Ejaculation In Numbers

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When it comes to premature ejaculation, these are the numbers that truly matter.


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