Premature Ejaculation is characterised by experiencing an orgasm sooner (and with very little voluntary control) than desired by yourself or your partner during intimacy. This can lead to embarrassment or anxiety affecting around 1 in 3 men.
Premature Ejaculation is the most common male sexual condition and estimated to impact around 1 in 3 men. A recent study showed that PE accounts for nearly half of all sexual problems in men.
It is characterised by experiencing an orgasm sooner (and with very little voluntary control) than desired by yourself or your partner during intimacy. This can lead to embarrassment or anxiety.
You are likely to have Premature Ejaculation if you:
- Regularly ejaculate much earlier than 5.5 minutes
- Are unable to delay ejaculation during intercourse
- Feel distressed and frustrated with your sex
- Avoid sex for fear of embarrassment and disappointment
There are numerous psychological and biological causes for Premature Ejaculation, for example, but not limited to:
- Sensitivity in the penis (glans penis)
- Hormone levels
- Inflammation and infection of the prostate or urethra
- Thyroid problems
- Relationship problems
- Performance anxiety or general anxiety
- Stress levels
There is no defined time on how long intercourse before a man ejaculates however, studies have shown that the average time for engaged intercourse is 5.5 minutes. Premature ejaculation is typically characterised by ejaculation that occurs within one minute of penetration or even before penetration.
The O Concept™ was created by Dr. Wakil to bring a wide range of non-surgical treatments now available for treating erectile dysfunction, but are not well known.
The O Concept™ is a bespoke program where the patient receives a treatment protocol that is tailor-made especially for him and his specific premature ejaculation condition in order to achieve the best results. The O Concept™ is the only treatment protocol that combines treatments in specific order and at precise intervals based on each individual patient and their specific condition.
Referred to as the God Father of Sexual Aesthetics, Dr. Wakil has been awarded multiple national and global awards for his work in sexual rehabilitation and penis rejuvenation treating over 25,000 cases worldwide.
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A 2017 survey by counselling organisation Relate found that only a third (34%) of UK adults are satisfied with their sex lives, while 32% have experienced a sexual problem.
Dr. Sherif Wakil and his team of qualified health professionals have helped diagnose and treat thousands of patients worldwide with the groundbreaking multi-factorial O Concept™ protocol developed by Dr Wakil in early 2013.
The patient receives a treatment protocol that is tailor-made especially for him and his specific Premature Ejaculation in order to achieve the best results following the diagnosis based on a combination of clinical assessment, medical history, and patient-reported symptoms.
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There are two main types of premature ejaculation:
- Lifelong (primary) premature ejaculation: This occurs when a man has experienced premature ejaculation since the beginning of his sexual activity.
- Acquired (secondary) premature ejaculation: This develops later in life, even if the man previously had satisfactory control over ejaculation.
The exact cause of premature ejaculation is not fully understood. However, various factors can contribute to its development, including:
- Psychological factors: Anxiety, performance anxiety, stress, and relationship issues can contribute to premature ejaculation. These psychological factors may create a cycle of anxiety and anticipation, further exacerbating the issue.
- Biological factors: Certain biological factors, such as abnormal levels of brain chemicals, hormonal imbalances, or genetic predisposition, may play a role in premature ejaculation.
- Erectile dysfunction: Premature ejaculation can sometimes occur alongside erectile dysfunction, as the anxiety and pressure to maintain an erection can lead to a quicker ejaculation.
Treatment options for premature ejaculation may include:
- Behavioral techniques: Techniques like the stop-start method or the squeeze technique can help improve ejaculatory control. These techniques involve pausing sexual stimulation when nearing ejaculation and applying pressure to the base of the penis to delay orgasm.
- Psychological counseling: Therapy or counseling can be beneficial in addressing any underlying psychological factors contributing to premature ejaculation.
- Medications: Certain medications, such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), may be prescribed off-label to help delay ejaculation. Topical anaesthetics or numbing creams can also be applied to the penis to decrease sensitivity and prolong ejaculation.
The O Concept™ protocol founded by Dr. Wakil uses the latest cutting-edge non-surgical treatments that could achieve similar surgical results, in just a few sessions, approx. 20-40 mins each, with no to very little down-time, and no side effects reported.
As part of the O Concept™ treatment protocol, we provide you with advanced techniques and behavioural exercises that you can do at home, which are specific to your particular form of Premature Ejaculation, in order to maximise your control and see the best results. It is important that patients apply the correct techniques with the right level of frequency. The best results are often achieved through the combination of treatment and behavioral therapy.
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