03 Jul '11, 2am

15% of men admit to premature ejaculation

15% of men admit to premature ejaculation

KUALA LUMPUR - Premature ejaculation (PE) is a common problem among men, with some 15 per cent of Malaysian men confessing to have experienced it. Another 14 per cent had "probable PE", said consultant urological surgeon and Monash University Sunway campus clinical associate professor Dr George Lee. He said a recent Asia-Pacific study showed that PE affects approximately 30 per cent of men in this region. "The Asia-Pacific PEPA (Premature Ejaculation Prevalence and Attitude) study showed that 15 per cent of Malaysian men confessed to having PE and 14 per cent probable PE," he said. In simple terms, premature ejaculation is when a man ejaculates within about one minute from the point of penetration. This usually causes distress among sufferers. Dr Lee said the average time for a man to ejaculate from the point of penetration is between four to eight minutes. "Some men ejacu...

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