these questions as a starting point:
- At what age did you
have intercourse for the first time?
- When did you begin
- Puberty experiences?
- Marital status?
- How many serious relationships?
- Is the problem consistent
- Is the problem reduced
when with a casual partner or a loved partner?
- When did the problem
- Any life event or
change that might account for the onset?
- Any physical injuries
or operations in the genital area?
- Any chronic illnesses
or general health problems?
- Level of stress/tension
in your daily life/routine?
- Back trouble?
- Ever suffered a hernia?
- Lifestyle details
- diet, sleep, exercise, fitness, relationships, job, etc?
- Level of anxiety associated
with the problem?
- Any current problem
- Any early sexual rejection?
- Any concern over penis
size or performance in general?
Please note that circumcision
and penis size are not factors that cause sexual dysfunction but
may constitute useful information in building up a profile of the
sufferer. For instance, I had an anxious caller on the
radio once who was convinced that because he was circumcised as
a baby, his penis was smaller than it should be and that's why he
suffered from premature ejaculation! Somewhere in his mind
he'd connected all these conditions. I tried to explain to
him that his concern was probably the only factor causing dysfunction
and that circumcision and penis size could not make him a premature
Research offers generalised
information but each individual is different, so seek specialist
help if the tips offered in texts such as this don't work for you.