Premature Ejaculation Advice Via Email
Men from India or the Middle East are most likely to seek help and advice regarding premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction and other sexual health concerns via email, according to a study by the Sexual Advice Association. The association receives telephone and email queries from thousands of men and women every year, but found a new growth in the demand for email consultations regarding issues such as premature ejaculation.
“A lot of men do not seek medical advice for sexual problems,” says Dr John Tomlinson from the Sexual Advice Association. “Although there have been a number of reports about the value of telephone helplines, little is known about the role of email advice in supporting patients with sexual problems.”
Premature Ejaculation & Erectile Dysfunction Are Common Problems
The report also revealed the three most common concerns regarding sexual health – erectile dysfunction, loss of sex drive, and premature ejaculation. For these often embarrassing or awkward worries, a phone, email, or Internet consultation makes it easier than ever to get help.
If you are suffering from premature ejaculation, there are several methods you can use to help improve your sexual performance, as well as pharmaceutical solutions that can dramatically improve your sexual confidence. For more information, click here to read our article on the search for a Premature Ejaculation Cure – How To Last Longer In Bed For Men.
Which Medicine Is Best?
In the case of men suffering from premature ejaculation, the potential causes of the condition are numerous. Although there are some physiological issues that may affect sexual performance, these often work alongside psychological elements that only get worse as sexual performance declines. The cycle of the condition can be stopped with prescriptive treatment for premature ejaculation.
Do you think that email consultation and online clinics make it easier to get the help you need for embarrassing illnesses? If you were worried, would you be happy to speak to your GP about premature ejaculation? Get in touch and share your thoughts.