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At what age does premature ejaculation stop?


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Premature ejaculation (PE) can get better with age, but it's different for everyone. As men get more physical experience and confidence, they often feel like they have better control over ejaculation. Some people get over PE in their late teens or early twenties, while others may have it well into their thirties or later. PE can also be caused by things like underlying health problems, stress, worry, and the way relationships work. For some men, PE gets better on its own over time. For others, therapy, counseling, or methods like the stop-start or squeeze techniques may help them get better control over their ejaculation. If ejaculating too early is making you feel bad or affecting your sex life, talking to a doctor or sex therapist can help you get some advice and support that fits your needs.

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Getting older and more experienced can help with Premature Ejaculation. Premature ejaculation goes down naturally for many men as they gain sexual experience and confidence. Nevertheless, there is no set age at which it always stops. Some psychological issues, health problems, and the way a relationship works can also apply. You can control premature ejaculation at any age with techniques like behavioral treatments and medicines, making sure you have a satisfying sexual experience.