29% Of Malaysian Men Suffer From Premature Ejaculation
Nov 09, 2010 13:32
A recent study involving Malaysian men found that 29% may be suffering from premature ejaculation. While premature ejaculation may not be as big of a problem as erectile dysfunction, it does cause a rift in relationships.
One of the biggest problems to PE, is that most men don't know where to seek help and may not even seek for a solution. One solution, as reported in Sin Chew Daily, said that PE can be cured by watching porn movies.
Singapore urologist Dr Lin Fa Cai said the hospital might want the patient to masturbate while watching the movies, in order for him to discharge “unhealthy sperm”.
A total of 85% of the respondents also agreed or strongly agreed that an increase in interval time will improve a sexual relationship and from the total, 90% expressed interest in increasing the interval time.
The study in over 10 countries in the Asia Pacific involved more than 5,000 heterosexual men, between the ages of 18 and 65 who were involved or had sexual relationship for two years.
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