What comes to mind when you hear “premature ejaculation”? It’s simple, a pre-intercourse orgasm that occurs less than a minute into intercourse is known as premature ejaculation (PE).
There is no definite period for a man to ejaculate during sex. Still, once ejaculation happens right away before getting into the proper business of the day, you are bound to lose your erection quickly. Premature ejaculation can cause embarrassment and make a man feel less of himself in the presence of his partner. However, it is not something to beat yourself about because many men also experience such problems.
There have been different reasons known to cause premature ejaculation, but recently a new study shows that premature ejaculation can result from a genetic disorder.
Premature ejaculation, rather than purely psychological, appears to be substantially correlated with genetic characteristics, according to researchers from Turku, Finland.
Researchers in the Netherlands also connected early ejaculation to a gene for serotonin modulation in a sample of 200 men in an early investigation. The new information from Finland disproves the influence of environmental factors by independently demonstrating a genetic relationship to early ejaculation in a much bigger cohort.
With the recent revelation of the link between genetics and premature ejaculation, it is appropriate to predict that appropriate treatment will be developed for people genetically predisposed to early ejaculation.
Consult a doctor today to know more about premature ejaculation and the proper treatment to follow up with.