Causes of premature ejaculation
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Loss of control over ejaculation during intercourse can be caused by various factors.

It is currently considered that 90% of premature ejaculation is due to psychological or environmental factors. Therefore, only 10% have their origin in anatomical or physiological problems.

Emotional causes:

  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Anxiety about intercourse
  • Concern about premature ejaculation
  • Feelings of guilt that increase the tendency to rush into sexual encounters
  • Fear of possible pregnancy
  • Repression, sexual inhibition

Anatomical or physiological causes:

  • Erectile dysfunction. Your inability to get or maintain an erection from time to time, or regularly, may increase the risk of experiencing premature ejaculation. Fear of losing an erection may cause you to rush, either consciously or unconsciously, during sexual encounters.
  • Urogenital Infections of the Posterior Urethra and Prostate
  • Neurological alterations
  • Vascular alterations
  • Drugs (antidepressants, antihypertensives, stimulants, and anti-flu medications containing pseudoephedrine)
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Hypersensitivity of the glands