Premature Ejaculation affects a couple’s fertility

In a couple who have no fertility problems, a man with Premature Ejaculation (PE) is still able to fertilise, provided that ejaculation, even if too early, occurs during penetration and not before the penis is inserted into the vagina (ejaculation ante portas). In the latter case, it is always advisable to see a doctor, because he is likely to be able to recommend a solution.



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