If you’re in a room with 20 random blokes, it’s likely six or seven of them are worried about and unsatisfied with their ability to control their e()during partnered s.
In other words, these fellas, who account for around 30% of the male population (it is the most common s complaint presented by men), are, at least in their own opinion, suffering from a clinically diagnosable s dysfunction: premature e().
So it’s a question of how you want to define “premature”, (or “early”, or “rapid”) e(), something that is vigorously debated among scientists and clinicians today.
Infertility and Impotence are quite different entities. Failure to distinguish between the two is a needless cause of embarrassment to many men who stay away from clinics because of the stigma that goes with the latter term.
There is a large number of couples –who are infertile. Of these, in up to 50 percent of cases it is the male factor or the husband who is responsible for the infertility.
The male infertility factor was never dealt in detail.