One in three men suffers from premature ejaculation.
The average age of PE sufferer is 42.
23% of sufferers attribute their early climaxing simply “getting older.”
However, PE affects men of all ages and demographics:
- 18-24 – 10.9%;
- 25-34 – 21%;
- 35-44 – 23.6%;
- 45-54 – 21.7%;
- 55-70 – 22.8%.
Indeed, 68% of men with premature ejaculation are married (or living with their partner).
It’s not just us mere mortals, either: PE even affected the Greek God of fire, Hephaestus.
Over a third of men say they have learned to live with their premature ejaculation.
88% of PE sufferers want further help.
41% of men have turned to alcohol to address their condition.
And 16% have even tried illicit drugs.
Only 9% of men will see their doctor or physician about the issue.
And just 4.5% see a psychotherapist.
Of those who did seek professional help:
- 92% of those, who saw a doctor, recorded little or no improvement;
- 96% of those, who saw a therapist, marked low or no increase.
More than 1/2 of PE sufferers have tried special positions during sex to try and to improve their sexual performance.
Attempted treatments in history have included:
- lotus flowers (Ancient Egypt);
- oysters (Ancient Romans);
- electrotherapy (early C.20th).
Other holistic therapies are still tried today:
There is no medical evidence these treatments work.
There is a solution, however. You can take anti premature ejaculation supplements, for example, TestPlus.