Has experienced or currently experiences premature ejaculation.
Source: National Health and Social Life Survey (LNHES).*
Turn to the internet for solutions to their intimate concerns.
Source: MYHIXEL´s Barometer.*
Avoid seeking professional help or talking to someone they trust about it.
Source: National Coalition for S. Health.*
Premature Ejaculation is described as ejaculation that occurs earlier than desired. The World Health Organization (WHO) came up with a definition of premature ejaculation, generalized to all health experts around the world:
“It is characterized by ejaculation that occurs before or within a very short duration of the onset of penetration or other relevant sexual stimulation.”
Grade 1: It is the mildest degree of premature ejaculation, it is related to the lack of ejaculatory control due, mostly, to stress or anxiety.
Grade 2: is reached when grade 1 has not been exceeded and premature ejaculation could be habitual, even chronic.
Grade 3: By not passing grade 2, you move on to grade 3. It is a grade that can affect psychologically, as it can be identified as a permanent situation, although this is not the case and it can be solved. “Primary” premature ejaculators usually start premature ejaculation directly at grade 3.
Grado 4: It is the highest degree, when premature ejaculation becomes a disorder, and can affect all personal aspects such as social relationships, work, mood or psychological state, etc.