Ejaculation problems are a common problem for males. The three main types are, premature, delayed or retrograde. There can be many factors that can cause either of these, but if they are a persistent problem then it is best to seek advice from a medical professional to rule out any underlying health conditions.
Premature ejaculation is the most common problem and can impact anyone at some stage. Premature ejaculation is when the male ejaculates too quickly and can be at the point just before penetration or very soon after penetration.
Although studies have shown that the average time for ejaculation is roughly around 5.5 minutes, this is not a steadfast rule and is really what is comfortable for you and your intimate partner.
Delayed ejaculation is when there is a significant delay in ejaculating, even when the male is aroused and has a full erection. It can present as delaying for a significant amount of time during sex, which can cause discomfort for you and your partner, and is a regular occurrence.
Retrograde ejaculation is the least common of the three types of ejaculation problems. Retrograde ejaculation is when the semen travels backwards into the bladder. This generally does not cause any problems to health and the male still can orgasm, however it can be an issue if you and your partner are trying to conceive.
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