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What Causes Quickness?

In Order to treat Quickness it is essential to understand

Explaining Premature Ejaculation


The most common PE I work with is "learned and habitual" PE.

The first clue is a man will say he has been:

"Quick for most of his life!"

Teenage boys literally teach themselves yo be quick when they first start masturbating. They do not realize - at the time - they are forming a habit that can stay with them for the rest of their lives.

It is really that simple.

Luckily, because it is a habit - PE can be corrected by replacing the habit of being quick with the habit of controlling ejaculation, it just takes a bit of exercise and training.


If you do not think you have learned, habitual PE

then consider the following:

  1. INFECTION: Bladder, urethra, kidney or prostate.

  2. ENLARGED PROSTATE: Your prostate keeps growing throughout your life, so check it regularly. A prostate that is over enlarged will exert pressure on the bladder and urethra, so the first clue is usually issues with urination. This type of PE usually manifests around mid life.

  3. CHANGES OF SEXUAL BEHAVIOURAL PATTERNS: A new or different partner.

  4. LACK OF ACTIVITY: It is very difficult to hold on to ejaculation if it is a "rare occasion". In order to ensure prostate function the minimum is ejaculating twice a week!

I Hope this sheds light on the problem.

However, if you have any doubts please take the

PE Quiz on my website:

© ZA Robson 2024

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