Friday, April 15, 2005

Study Measures Men Who Have Quick Triggers In The Bedroom

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Scientists have finally put a number to the average amount of time it takes for a man with a “quick trigger” to perform in the bedroom: Two minutes.

A new study of almost 1600 men shows that the average guy who suffers from premature ejaculation lasts only 1.8 minutes compared to 7.3 minutes for dudes who can control their erotic responses.

Scientists sent couples home with stopwatches to collect the data for the study, which, according to study co-author Stanley E. Althof, is the first to measure premature ejaculation times.

However, Althof, a psychology professor at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, says the more important factor is that sufferers can’t control their performance times.

He says some of the premature lovers’ times overlapped with the times of guys who had no problem controlling their emissions, proving that time is a subjective measure of this sexual problem.

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