It is generally believed that aging delays ejaculation. This assumption, might be true for men with a normal or average ejaculation time but has never been investigated in men with premature ejaculation. In a stopwatch study (48) of 110 consecutively enrolled men (aged 18-65 years) with lifelong premature ejaculation, 76% reported that throughout their lives, their speed of ejaculation had remained as rapid as at the first sexual contacts in puberty and adolescence, 23% reported that it had become even gradually faster with aging, and only 1% reported that it had become slower. From these data, it is questioned whether the fixed rapidity and even paradoxical shortening of the ejaculation latency time while getting older should be recognized as a part of the pathogenetic process of premature ejaculation. According to Waldinger, early ejaculation is thought of as a part of a normal biological variation of the IELT in men, but its paradoxical or fixed course through life is considered as being pathological. Chronic premature ejaculation appears to be the clinical syndrome of primary (lifelong) premature ejaculation. As yet, there is no real cure for lifelong premature ejaculation, though drugs may alleviate the symptoms, but only as long as they are being taken.
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