What is the Average Time Before Orgasm?

Studies in which couples were actually observed having sex or in which one partner timed sex with a stopwatch (as opposed to surveys in which people are asked how long they have sex) show a wide range in the length of lovemaking, ranging from about 2 minutes to 40 or more minutes. The average? About 7.3 minutes in one of the more recent studies. That’s longer (believe it or not) than in studies done decades ago. In the discussion of marital sex in his classic book about male sexuality, researcher Alfred Kinsey speculated that for perhaps three-fourths of all males, orgasm was reached within 2 minutes of initiation of coitus, and that this was “a frequent source of marital conflict.”

Although this 2-minute average time to male orgasm probably sounds damned short, it’s actually rather leisurely compared to our closest primate relatives: Chimpanzee sex lasts an average of 8 seconds, and gorilla sex lasts and average of a minute. The reason for that brevity is clear: Animals are rather vulnerable when they’ve having sex, so there’s a premium put on a wham-bam-thank-you-ma’am approach to things. However, just because fast sex is in Nature’s best interest doesn’t mean it’s the ideal. Far from it. Volumes have been written on the desirability of prolonging sex so that it is more generally enjoyable and so that the woman has a more realistic chance for achieving an orgasm (women, in general, taking longer to reach orgasm than men even with direct clitoral stimulation).

There are entire schools of “sexology” that advocate delayed male orgasm. The Taoist approach to sex, which has been popularized in this country by Jolan Chang, is a very female-oriented approach to lovemaking. Various techniques are suggested for slowing down the male sexual response and postponing male orgasm. Indeed, Chang advocates an approach to sex that deemphasizes male orgasm. Men can-and should-have sex without orgasm, he suggests. Not only does this allow a man to make love for as long as he wants with a firm erection, but it creates many more opportunities for variation in position and satisfaction of the woman’s sexual desires.


Is There a Premature Ejaculation Treatment?

The cause of premature ejaculation is unclear. But premature ejaculation affects millions of couples in the United States alone. With more than 1 in 3 men reporting at least occasional premature ejaculation, more and more men are looking for an effective premature ejaculation treatment.

There is a belief that premature ejaculation is defined by the amount of time that it takes for a man to ejaculate. However, what is perceived as a short amount of time for one couple may seem perfectly normal to another. The formal definition of premature ejaculation is any ejaculation that regularly occurs sooner than desired.

An effective PE treatment is warranted if either partner becomes distressed during the act of intercourse due to unsatisfactory experience.

There have been great strides in the development of PE Treatments. Dr. Harry Fisch, a board-certified urologist and Clinical Professor of Urology, has developed PREBOOST®, a topical PE treatment. PREBOOST® helps to slow down a man’s sexual response through the the use of a pre-moistened wipe containing Benzocaine, which produces desensitization of the skin of the penis.

The best part of PREBOOST® is its ability to help you last longer while not affecting your pleasure. Unlike other PE treatments, PREBOOST® is applied with a pre-moistened wipe, allowing for total control over the amount and placement of the desensitizing agent. You can apply as much or as little of the product as needed and the pre-moistened wipe allows for application only over the areas you deem necessary. Some men may find desensitizing the head of the penis works well, while others may find that desensitizing only the shaft is best.


What is Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is a men’s health issue that is generally defined as an experience where a man ejaculates sooner during sexual intercourse than he or his partner would like. Some studies have estimated that as many as 1 out of 3 men have experienced this problem at some time. If the problem occurs infrequently, it’s not cause for concern.

The medical criteria for premature ejaculation states that a man almost always ejaculates within one minute of penetration, and is not able to delay ejaculating on his own. Some men are so sensitive they ejaculate even before penetration. Others climax within seconds of entry.

The helpful answer, though, isn’t framed in terms of time. That’s because what’s “premature” for one couple may be just fine for another couple. It all depends on what you and your partner desire and expect. The best definition of premature ejaculation is any ejaculation that occurs sooner than desired, either before or shortly after penetration, causing distress and frustration to one or both partners.


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Unlike creams or sprays, a PREBOOST wipe is easy to apply and does not create a mess. This superior method of application allows a man to control the amount of product he uses, and apply it only to the parts of his penis that work best for him. PREBOOST comes in handy, easy to carry, single-use packets about the size of a condom package. Buy Now

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