Hi! Couple of days ago I read the following from internet: "Primary premature ejaculation is a learned behavior that begins when a male first become sexually active. Like any learned behaviors, it can be unlearned. This form of primary PE is psychogenic (as opposed to organic or physical) impotence. (Congenital venous leak is a subset of primary PE and is caused by a congenital venous leak in which the venous drainage system in the penis does not shut down properly." So does this mean that if you have primary premature ejaculation problem you have something wrong in your penis like congenital venous leakage or that you are more prone to having a venous leakage than people who don't have this kind of premature ejaculation problem? Also does premature ejaculation mean that you might have something genetically wrong with your veins in your penis, like some chronic insufficiency that might lead to venous leakage or genetically weaker vein valves compared to normal penis vein valves? What does this "congenital venous leak is a subset of primary PE" actually mean? Also i read somewhere that high adrenaline levels can cause venous leakage, is this true and can high adrenaline levels somehow damage my vein valves in my penis? Also if I do kegels is it possible that I do them someway wrong and that I could damage my penis or my veins in penis by doing kegels? Does venous leakage relate in any kind to pelvic floor disorders (like if I have a weak pc muscle I'm more prone to venous leakage or that my veins and their valves are weaker than normal?) and if it does, what are these disorders? I would be so grateful and pleased if you could answer to every question. Thank You!!
Premature ejaculation is not physically related to venous leakage. Premature ejaculation may be primary (always been a symptom) or secondary (started sometime after becoming sexually active).
There may be a physical cause for the primary and an emotional cause for the secondary. Both situations are treatable. Both are unrelated to v
I would not expect that exercise would physically bring on either type of premature ejaculation, nor would I expect high adrenaline levels to have any relation to venous leakage.
Hope that this has set your mind at ease.
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