As the number of divorce cases takes a huge turn upwards in Malaysia compared to the past, A. Menarini (Malaysia) takes a closer look at one of the contributing factors – the medical condition and sexual dysfunction of premature ejaculation (PE).
PE occurs when a man ejaculates with little sexual stimulation and before the man wishes. This can lead to a decrease in sexual satisfaction and quality of life for men and their partners.
Below are some of the common myths surrounding the subject of PE:
Myth-PE is ‘all in the mind’
FACT-PE is a real medical condition involving the central nervous system (CNS)
FACT- Ejaculation is a very complex mechanism and serotonin, a neurotransmitter that is present in the CNS, plays an important role in it
FACT- PE is caused by oversensitivity of the penis or from being “too aroused”
MYTH-Although sensitivity plays a part, experts now know that PE is primarily associated with the levels of serotonin in different parts of the body that control ejaculation
MYTH- PE cannot be treated
FACT-Optimal therapies such as an approved on demand oral treatment, offering men a safe option to consume as and when the need arises are available Visit www.controlpe.com.my to know more
MYTH-PE is not serious and will disappear over time
FACT-Sadly enough if allowed to persists, PE can pose negative repercussions such as loss of confidence, unease in the man which can eventually spill over to the relationship
FACT- The 2013 Asia-Pacific Sexual Behaviours and Satisfaction Survey sponsored by A. Menarini found that 18% of both men and women have reported that PE can lead to actual relationship breakdown and divorce
MYTH- Women are not affected by PE
FACT- On the contrary, most women would have difficulty expressing their sexual needs which consequently leads to couples experiencing stress and anxiety separately
Here’s news – PE can be treated.
Click on www.controlpe.com.my and answer five simple questions of the Premature Ejaculation Diagnostic Tool (PEDT) to know if you have the condition.