Delayed ejaculation, also called retarded ejaculation or inhibited ejaculation, is a man's inability for or persistent difficulty in achieving orgasm, despite typical sexual desire and sexual stimulation. Generally, a man can reach orgasm within a few minutes of active thrusting during sexual intercourse, whereas a man with delayed ejaculation either does not have orgasms at all or cannot have an orgasm until after prolonged intercourse which might last for 30–45 minutes or more.
In a stop-watch study in a sample of 110 men who consulted for DE dysfunction, observed that 90 % of individuals presented a primary (lifelong) and generalized form involving ejaculation within one minute of penetration, with 99 % within two minutes. A regularly cited study by McMahon (2002) in over 1000 Australian men treated for DE produced similar results. However, as this study is included in the scientific database in the form of an abstract for a conference poster presentation, the methodological details remain unknown.
The problem of delayed ejaculation can be cured by the proper sex therapy. The other way of the treatment is medication.
Major Research on Disease:
The current research is about the medical and physiological treatment of the disease and along with the hormonal correlation of the disease.