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Problem Of PE

Premature ejaculation (PE) is incredibly common and rising among men, young or old. One in three men experience premature ejaculation at some point in their lifetime. Despite being so common, it is immensely stigmatized. Whenever one wants to hurl a cheap insult towards a man to hurt his masculinity, PE is often brought into the spotlight. Thanks to this mindset, men suffering from PE tend to hide their condition instead of getting the help they need. The shame attached to PE can cause men to withdraw from their sexual selves and avoid sex altogether.

Unlike what the mainstream narrative likes to perpetrate, you are not less of a man because you suffer from premature ejaculation. A lot of stigma against PE comes from a place of ignorance. People are not aware of it, so they make jokes out of it without concern for others. If the general population is asked about the whys and hows of PE, more often than not, we are more likely to get a shrug as an answer.


So, What Causes PE?

Well, there are several reasons why someone could be suffering from PE. For simplicity’s sake, we can divide them into two categories: Psychological and Physiological causes.

Psychological Reasons

When discussing PE, most people tend to jump to the physiological causes and completely ignore the psychological side of things. So, when people who seem to be completely physically fit start experiencing PE, they freak out. Your body and mind are one single entity that cannot be separated. One of the main reasons for PE that we tend to overlook is stress. When you experience prolonged stress or high-intensity stress, it can create havoc in your life, even your sex life. When one is under immense stress from work or personal life, it is very common for them to experience PE. Once the stressful situation has passed, or you have learned to properly deal with it, your PE can also resolve itself.


Lack Of Communication In Relationship

Another such reason is relational issues with your partner. If you are having trouble connecting or communicating with your partner, or if you feel hurt by your partner, you are more likely to experience PE. It can also manifest as a by-product of depression, anxiety, body image issues, or even unresolved trauma regarding past sexual abuse. In these cases, sex might seem to be the only problem, but there is usually a bigger story hidden behind it. Such a person experiencing PE needs to seek the help of a mental health professional or a counselor to help resolve their problem.


Physical Causes

Now we come to the physical causes of PE. Unlike the psychological side, more people are aware of the physiological reasons. Physical injury is a popular one known by most of the general public. This one easily explains itself. The permanent or temporary injury has caused damage in the ejaculatory system and has robbed the affected person of control over their own body. This also includes inflammation or an infection in your prostate or urethra. Another easily recognizable cause is hormone level imbalance. While many people talk about 'hormone problems', they are not quite sure what it really means.


Our bodies run smoothly due to the delicate harmony that exists between our nervous system and hormones. When the scales tip on either side, it causes problems in our body. When someone experiences a hormonal imbalance like testosterone imbalance, there occurs a possibility of them developing PE. Many people use drugs and alcohol to get themselves in the mood. But depending on such substances for arousal can actually lead a person down the path of the increased likelihood of suffering from PE in the future. If your PE is a product of one of the many physiological causes, seeking a medical doctor is integral for the resolution of your problem. PE is an illness that proper treatment can solve. Do not lose heart and make that appointment! You deserve a good sex life just as much as everyone else. Check out what you can do for PE here.


About The Author

Pallavi Barnwal is a certified sexuality coach and founder of sex-positive platform GetIntimacy. She has been featured in leading international and national media as a sexpert - Huffington Post, India Today, Vogue, The Hindu, Dainik Bhaskar, Indian Express, TimesOfIndia, BBC, Deccan Chronicle, Femina, Mint, Vice and more. Pallavi has conducted over a thousand sessions helping hundreds of people in their intimate and sexual issues by providing them with the right tools and knowledge.


PE is a common problem in men and the stigma around it hinders people from reaching out for help. Consult experts and educate yourself to have a happier sex life.

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