Premature ejaculation is the commonest male sexual dysfunction [Prolong infographic]

15 Jan

The most representative estimate in the US, by Laumann et al. 1994 found around 30.25% of 1243 sexually active men aged 18-59 to
“ejaculate too early”. This figure was more or less steady across all age groups, ethnic backgrounds and marital status.

The Premature Ejaculation Prevalence and Attitudes (PEPA) study, an internet based study conducted in the US, Germany and Italy of men aged 18-70 (n= 12,133), found an overall prevalence of 22.7%, US 24%, Germany 20.3% and Italy 20%.

Men with PE were more likely to report depression, anxiety and excessive stress compared to those without PE.


Physiology of Prolong:

• In non circumcised men, the most sensitive areas to fine touch were found to be the middle of the glans, the glans at the meatus, the ventral surface of the coronal ridge and the coronal ridge
• Whilst in circumcised men, the most sensitive areas of the penis were found to be the coronal ridge at the ventral scar area, followed by the middle of the glans, the coronal ridge and the glans at the meatus
• These areas are largely untouched during intercourse or masturbation due to the frenular delta anatomy
• relies on repeated subthreshold stimulation of the ventral area and surrounding coronal ridge, as well as the middle of the glans and the glans area around the meatus.
• This is achieved by delivering repeated stimulation to the point of near climax followed by withdrawal of the stimulus just before ejaculation
• Repeating this exercise 3 times per week for up to 30 minutes, for a period of 6 weeks resulted in maximal delay in latency to ejaculation compared to any other published/ reported treatment
• This effect relies on habituation, a phenomenon observed with repeated subthreshold stimulation over time
• This effect can be permanent or temporary, but 3 months following the use of Prolong Love blog could help you.

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