Prostatitis linked with coming too fast

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Prostatitis linked with coming too fast

Many doctors are biased toward believing that premature ejaculation is caused by psychological factors.

It’s probably true that premature ejaculation may sometimes be caused by psychological factors.

But the truth is that many times it has biological roots that go unexamined.

Aside from hormones, bacterial infiltration of the prostate is a major, and often ignored, cause of premature ejaculation.

Bacteria has been proven to cause numerous prostate problems – and the prostate is central to ejaculation.

In fact, bacteria may be responsible for half of the cases of premature ejaculation.

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The human research was carried out at the Division of Medicine of Reproduction and Sexology of University of L’Aquila in Italy. The results were published in Urology.

Prostatitis is the medical name for prostate inflammation. It’s well known to cause pain and symptoms of benign prostate hyperplasia.

What some people don’t realize is that the prostate gland is centrally involved in premature ejaculation (PE) — so it would make sense to examine prostate problems in men with PE.

“The objective was to investigate the prevalence of chronic prostatitis in men with premature ejaculation.”

The authors of the study were correctly suspicious of the bias toward psychological factors as the cause of premature ejaculation.

“The etiology of premature ejaculation is currently considered psychological in nature. However the possibility that other factors may contribute to this condition should be considered.”

The researchers recruited 76 men for the study.

46 of the participants had been diagnosed as having premature ejaculation.

Another 30 men who did not suffer with this condition also took part in the research and are used for comparison.

The men went through a medical prostate massage. Afterwards their urine was collected.

The urine was tested for markers of inflammation.

The urine was tested for numerous types of bacteria which can infect this region of the body and cause inflammation.

The men were also examined and questioned by a doctor who gave a clinical assessment as to whether or not the doctor believed the men had prostate inflammation.

The doctors believed slightly more than one in four men with premature ejaculation had prostate inflammation.

Urine tests revealed that number to be much higher. Twice as high.

Over half of the men with premature ejaculation had high levels of inflammatory markers in their urine.

“Prostatic inflammation was found in 56.5% of the subjects with premature ejaculation.”

In men without PE, less than 10% had high levels of inflammation in their urine.

The findings show a very strong link between inflammation and premature ejaculation.

Now, sex researchers categorize premature ejaculation into two main groups.

Primary and secondary premature ejaculation.

Primary means it was always a problem — secondary means that premature ejaculation developed later on in your sexual life.

Prostate inflammation was found in men with both types of PE. 

It was found in 75% of men with primary PE and 45% of men with secondary PE.

Regardless whether primary or secondary PE — inflammation is a major factor.

And the inflammation that may cause premature ejaculation seems to be caused by bacterial infection.

Almost half of the men with premature ejaculation had prostate inflammation seemingly caused by bacterial infection.

“Chronic bacterial prostate inflammation was found in 48% of the subjects with premature ejaculation.”

This figure was much higher than that found in men without premature ejaculation.

So the researchers were correct. The role of psychological factors in PE is much less than is commonly believed.

Often proper examination, and treatment with an antibiotic by your doctor can clear up prostate problems, including premature ejaculation.

“Considering the role of the prostate gland in the mechanism of ejaculation, we suggest a role for chronic prostate inflammation in the pathogenesis of some cases of premature ejaculation.”

The researchers recommend proper examination of the prostate by medical professionals before resorting to commonly used tactics of drugs or psychotherapy – which may be inappropriate.

“We stress the importance of careful examination of the prostate before any pharmacologic or psychosexual therapy for premature ejaculation.”

You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.


Prevalence of Chronic Prostatitis in Men With Premature Ejaculation