Premature ejaculation refers to situations when men ejaculate right after or even before intercourse begins. There is no common definition on how long a normal duration should be, but 1 or 2 minutes or less is most likely not to satisfy both sexual partners.
Premature ejaculation is hardly considered as a disease and may be improved by mental adjustment in most cases. So far, there is no drug treatment approved by FDA.
Premature ejaculation in TCM's terms often results from a weak function of the Kidney if it is not caused by stress or anxiety. A weak Kidney means an insufficiency
of Yin, Yang, or both. Yin and Yang are the essence of life and represent the womanish and mannish side of it respectively. Their robust interaction and balance
forms the foundation of health. What Yin and Yang are in modern biomedical terms is not yet known. However, signs of Yin or Yang deficiency are well defined in TCM and the Chinese herbs that work efficiently to relieve them are well documented.
A sign for the Kidney deficiency and its cause in premature ejaculation is the weakness and soreness of the lower back and knees. It typically worsens after sex or semen loss. Among the kidney deficiency, two patterns, Yin or Yang deficiency, are often observed.
In the Yang deficiency pattern, signs often include loss of sex desire or libido, cold feeling in the limbs even in the summer, lassitude, and pale face. YanVive™ is the most recommended Chinese herbal remedy for the Yang-deficient premature ejaculation. Other Yang tonic Chinese herbal formulas include YounGain™
In the Yin deficiency pattern, signs may include sweat, hay fever, dizziness, thirst, or tinnitus. The sex desire may be normal or even high but the erection is not firm. The most recommended Chinese herbal remedy for the Yin-deficient premature ejaculation are YinVive™ or YinVive Plus™.