PE is a multifactorial health condition in males. As we know, premature ejaculation happens when a man reaches climaxes and ejaculates before he or his partner expect him to do so during sex. Premature ejaculation is an act of ejaculation too early to have the full pleasure of sex or intercourse. Does Circumcision in Male affect PE positively?
We can find premature ejaculation as the most prevalent sexual disorder in men around the globe. The world has seen many treatments, but none could really stop premature ejaculation from recurring after the withdrawal of medications. A successful and complete circumcision desensitizes the penis. An incomplete circumcision may lead to premature ejaculation. The study in China aims to evaluate the effect of removal of foreskin in adults on early ejaculation.
Circumcision in Male & Premature Ejaculation
Circumcision in Male is minor surgery on the foreskin on the glans. It does not worsen the ejaculatory function. It may slightly improve the condition. However, this is no evidence that circumcision in men helps treat premature ejaculation. There is a common notion that circumcised males may take longer to reach ejaculation. This may go in favor of males who want to go for circumcision.
Circumcision in Male reduces premature ejaculation
In most studies, women overwhelmingly expressed a preference for the circumcised penis. Women also found enhanced sexual activity in circumcised men including vaginal intercourse, manual stimulation, and fellatio.
Study on Circumcision in men in China
A study approved by Anhui Medical University Research in China helped perform a comprehensive analysis of the relationships between adult circumcision and PE. The result shows that circumcision did significantly improve sexual satisfaction in both men and women leading to an increase in the frequency of intercourse.
The study showed that circumcision might contribute to sexual satisfaction by increasing the latency in ejaculation. Therefore, the results confirmed the above findings in previous studies that circumcision might affect ejaculatory function positively.
Results from the study by Krieger reported suggested that the study did not find any association between adult male circumcision with sexual dysfunction that includes an inability to ejaculate, premature ejaculation, sexual displeasure.
The study revealed that the mean Intravaginal ejaculation latency time (IELT/IVELT) in circumcised men was 6.7 minutes and 6 minutes in uncircumcised patients. The study revealed that the time to ejaculation was significantly less in uncircumcised men.
Therefore, the researchers speculated that the substantial reduction in IELT and ejaculatory control for circumcised men might have resulted from penile hypersensitivity and less frequency of sexual activity in the early phase of post-operation.
The circumcised men experienced higher IELT. They scored better to show more control over ejaculation. They experienced higher satisfaction during sexual intercourse than men before circumcision.
Similarly, with the control group, the circumcised men reported improvement on IELT. They showed better control over ejaculation. They experienced a higher degree of sexual gratification during sexual intercourse. PE was less severe in the circumcised group compared to the uncircumcised group. Thus the study shows that Circumcision can be associated with PE. These studies are not conclusive.
The revelation of another study conducted on 47 men
Another study evaluates the effect of foreskin remnants removal in adult males on PE in 47 selective patients. The doctors incised and removed the remnant parts of foreskin. After a certain period, both circumcised and uncircumcised patients were asked to fill the investigating questionnaire.
The questionnaire includes questions about the changes of IELT/IVELT time, the satisfaction levels of patients and their sexual partners, control on premature ejaculation, and penile sensitivity. They need to mention the information for both pre & post-treatment.
The questionnaire reveals the circumcised patients did not experience inflammation nor they did felt any adverse effect or reaction. However, the patients revealed a significant increase in IVELT from pre-surgery 64.25 to post-surgery 731.49. 95.7% of postoperative patients found that they now have better control over ejaculation. This surgery has decreased the sensitivity of the penis, but it did not change the sensitivity of the glans. The outcome shows that the removal of foreskin in adult males has proven to be effective in improving the underlying premature ejaculation condition.
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