Young age

Premature Ejaculation is more common in teenagers and sexually inexperienced men and lessens with age

Men of any age can experience Premature Ejaculation (PE). It can develop at any point. For example, men can have PE from the first time they have sex or it can develop later in their lives, after many years without problems.

The vast majority of untreated men with PE will have a chronic condition (Lifelong PE). The half of subjects with PE who experienced the symptom from the very beginning of sexual life have never known any other way to experience sex. Furthermore, this condition frequently doesn’t improve with age. Finally, it’s not uncommon for an older male to grapple with PE and erectile dysfunction (ED).

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Porst, H., et al. Eur Urol,2007;51(3): p. 816-23; discussion 824.

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