Does Premature Ejaculation goes away with Age

Does Premature Ejaculation Go Away With Age

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If you are at your first sexual experiences, it’s normal to ejaculate quickly. Most men come fast their first times. It will stabilize after a few times. However, if you are in a stable relationship for some time and you still ejaculate rapidly, you may suffer from premature ejaculation.

Unfortunately, premature ejaculation doesn’t go away with age. In fact, a study shows that older men, on average, ejaculate quicker than younger one1. It’s unclear if it’s because untreated premature ejaculation worsens with age or not. There are other possible explanations for the phenomenon. For example, since we weren’t as open talking about sex some years ago, maybe older generation are less willing to treat their premature ejaculation than younger men.

Premature Ejaculation or Inexperience?

If you are wondering if you are suffering from premature ejaculation or it’s only a question of inexperience, you could ask yourself some questions.

Do you ejaculate quickly when you masturbate? If you have a good control of your ejaculation during masturbation and you ejaculated rapidly during your first intercourse, I wouldn’t worry too much. It’s normal to be over aroused when you are with a girl the first times. You just need to learn how to relax.

However, if you lack control and you ejaculate quickly even when you masturbate, it could be a good idea to work on your arousal control. Also, if you are active sexually with the same partner for a couple of months and you are still not satisfied with your ejaculation control, you can start to look for tips to last longer in bed.

Premature Ejaculation Causes and Age

If you can take a look at our premature ejaculation causes page, you’ll understand why PE won’t go away with age. Some of the organic causes of premature ejaculation are probably defined by genetic factors. Therefore, there’s not a lot of chance that your PE will resorb itself without any treatment. Even for psychological factors, most of them will require active treatment.

If Premature Ejaculation Doesn’t Go Away With Age, What Should I Do?

Since premature ejaculation won’t go away by itself with age, if the problem is bothering you, you should take action. You can take a look at the potential treatment for premature ejaculation.


  1. Waldinger MD, Quinn P, Dilleen M, Mundayat R, Schweitzer DH, Boolell M (2005) A multinational population survey of intravaginal ejaculation latency time. J Sex Med 2(4):492–497

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