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Is premature ejaculation curable?

Ian Kerner, PhD
Sexual Health
Anyone who claims there’s a cure for premature ejaculation (PE) is lying. Think about it: If we had an effective cure for chronic, lifelong PE, it would no longer be a problem. (Acquired PE may improve if you treat the condition that’s causing it.) Yet we know that an estimated 30 percent of men, if not more, deal with PE at some point in their lives. These days we’re surrounded by information about PE, from the spam in your email inbox to books by respected sex therapists. That’s the good news. The bad news? Much of the material out there is outdated, exaggerated, or just plain wrong.
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