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For about 2 years now my partner has been having issues, ejaculating very early on during sex, usually within about 5-10 mins but when doing so he doesnt actually orgasm, and it usually happens without warning, and causes him to lose his erection for a few mins but after that he can then have sex for a normal amount of time before ejaculating and he then orgasms, this has happened for the entire course of our relationship and he claims that its never happened with any one else, but it happens nearly everytime we have intercourse, and neither one of us know what it is or what it could be so im hoping someone has an idea about it.

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Hi there! Well he's not the only one. I read somewhere that 30% of men ages 18-29, 32% ages 30-39, 28% ages 40-49, and 31% ages 50-59 stated climaxing too early was an issue. I know some of you were hoping age would slow things down. If men were asked if they’ve ever had at least one experience of premature ejaculation, almost every guy would get in line for their membership card. Some believe anxiety is the culprit, repetitive learned behaviors, excessive or insufficient arousal, or muscular tension. First, you need to learn to calm yourself down and lower your performance anxiety levels. Even men with frequent sex can get extra aroused. Meditation, hypnosis or imagery exercises may help for some. Imagery can be like a positive mental plan, something he can fall back on that can help him manage his anxiety. Things like his penis size, body image, relationship difficulties, and stressors in life (work, financial, family, health) can all add to his anxiety levels in the bedroom. During sex, if he's holding his breath, flexing his abs and muscles, or supporting his weight in certain sexual positions (missionary), he's creating muscle tension that increases the potential for premature ejaculation. Give him a full body massage. Have you heard about Kegel exercises for men? That could also help. He should keep trying and you should be supportive. I hope this will help you.
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