PE is a form of male sexual dysfunction and means having an orgasm or “climaxing” sooner than wanted.

Medically, the most persistent form of PE (primary or lifelong PE) is defined by the presence of the following three problems:

  • Ejaculation always, or nearly always, happening before sexual penetration has been achieved, or within about a minute of penetration.
  • The man finding an inability to delay his ejaculation every time, or nearly every time, he does achieve penetration.
  • Negative personal consequences, such as distress and frustration, or avoidance of sexual intimacy.
  • PE can cause a lot of embarrassment in boys and men, with a significant degree of stigma often attached to male sexual performance.


Put simply; PE involves a man ejaculating sooner than he and his partner desire.

Psychological symptoms are secondary to the physical ejaculatory events and can be experienced by the man, his partner, or both.

Secondary symptoms caused by PE include:

  • decreased confidence in the relationship
  • interpersonal difficulty
  • mental distress
  • anxiety
  • embarrassment


The majority of cases have a psychological cause, and a good prognosis. If the problem occurs at the beginning of a new sexual partnership, the difficulties often resolve as the relationship goes on. If, however, the problem is more persistent, doctors may recommend treatment in the form of counseling from a therapist specializing in sexual relationships, or “couples therapy.”


Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to get or keep an erection firm enough to have sexual intercourse. It’s also sometimes referred to as impotence.

Occasional ED isn’t uncommon. Many men experience it during times of stress. Frequent ED can be a sign of health problems that need treatment. It can also be a sign of emotional or relationship difficulties that may need to be addressed by a professional.


You may have erectile dysfunction if you regularly have:

  • trouble getting an erection
  • difficulty maintaining an erection during sexual activities
  • reduced interest in sex

Other sexual disorders related to ED include:

  • premature ejaculation
  • delayed ejaculation
  • anorgasmia, which is the inability to achieve orgasm after ample stimulation

You should talk to your doctor if you have any of these symptoms, especially if they’ve lasted for two or more months. Your doctor can determine if your sexual disorder is caused by an underlying condition that requires treatment.


There are many possible causes for ED, and they can include both emotional and physical disorders. Some common causes are:

  • cardiovascular disease
  • diabetes
  • hypertension
  • hyperlipidemia
  • damage from cancer or surgery
  • injuries
  • obesity or being overweight
  • increased age
  • stress
  • anxiety
  • relationship problems
  • drug use
  • alcohol use
  • smoking

ED can be caused by only one of these factors or several. That’s why it’s important to work with your doctor so that they can rule out or treat any underlying medical conditions.


Treatment for ED will depend on the underlying cause. You may also need to use a combination of treatments, including medication, lifestyle changes, or therapy.


Nocturnal emission or night fall is a term applied to the involuntary discharge of semen during sleep. Such discharges sometimes occurs during the day also but mostly at night and thus they are also called “night discharges”.

In the beginning such discharges take place by an amorous and sexual dream and consequently erection is attained fully and semen is discharged. Once this disease is not cured, such discharges take place quite frequently even without dreams and erection. If night emission takes place quite frequently it should not be ignored.

If the discharges take place before twenty years’ of age and that too at very short intervals, it indicates that the sexual system has gone out of order. The following precautions are advised to check frequent night emission:

  • Do not sleep on the back
  • Do not use milk at night
  • Avoid overeating
  • Take your night meal at least before 3 hours before going to bed
  • Excessive spices, wine, eggs, meat and other stimulating things should be avoided.
  • Plenty vegetables, fruits should be taken
  • Tea, curd, betel should be avoided
  • Food should be chewed thoroughly
  • Avoid taking much fluid after dinner
  • Intake water frequently during day time.
  • Void urine prior to going to bed.
  • Get up early in the morning since such discharges occur in the morning hours
  • Excessive horse riding and cycling should be avoided
  • Deep breathing and long walk in healthy atmosphere should be done
  • Amorous thoughts and discussions should be avoided
  • Daily and light exercise should be done
  • Clean the genitals daily.
  • Moderate diet should be taken
  • Homeopathy may prove best and safe method of treatment in order to cure night emission.


The meaning of Spermatorrhea is the flow of semen with urine. In such cases, semen passes either while passing urine or while passing stool when straining due to constipation. In few cases, the semen passes even before urination or also mixed with urine. In Spermatorrhea, the semen is secreted from testicles. It has also been noticed that some time instead of semen, secretion is passed from the prostate, which is known as prostatorrhea. The secretion from the prostate is milky without Spermatozoa while on the other hand in semen, spermatozoa are present.

The main causes of spermatorrhea include:

  • The male generative organs, the testes, must remain somewhat cooler than body temperature. When they become overheated (by taking a hot tub bath), a release of sperm will be made in the night, since that supply of sperm has become damaged.
  • If you sleep too warm at night, due to an electric sleeping blanket set on high, the overheated testicles will eject sperm the next day.
  • Another cause is visual or thought sexual stimulation.
  • A poor diet is another cause. A low-protein diet, free from the use of eggs may also prove of benefit.
  • xcessive masturbation or sex can cause spermatorrhea.
  • It is also caused due to inefficient digestive system and general weakness.

If not treated in time, it becomes incurable. With the aggravation of the disease, the semen gets thinner and brightness on the face is lost. The genital becomes lax and the person fails to satisfy his partner sexually.

Symptoms of Spermatorrhea

Spermatorrhea itself is a symptom not a disease.

If the problem is caused due to excessive masturbation or sex, the following symptoms associated with long-term sexual exhaustion may appear:

  • Low back pain
  • Low back pain may radiate down into the leg
  • Pain in the testicles or perineum
  • Dizziness
  • Lassitude
  • Palpitations
  • Tinnitus
  • General weakness
  • Night sweat
  • Scrotal sweating
  • Warm and moist skin
  • Warm and moist palms and soles

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