Delayed ejaculation doesn’t affect as many men as premature ejaculation, estimates suggest around 3 per cent of men suffer from the condition.
Delayed ejaculation is either:
Taking a long time to get to the point of ejaculation
Being unable to ejaculate at all, despite wanting to and having a normal erection.
Like premature ejaculation, whether the amount of time it takes to achieve ejaculation is “too long” depends mainly on the couple. There is no standard definition but most men consider 30 - 60 mins an unwanted delay to ejaculation.
Delayed ejaculation can be a temporary problem but for some men it is the norm. Some men can’t ejaculate at all, at least not with a partner. Possible causes for the problem include drugs and medication, medical conditions, and surgery. Treatment is possible, depending on the cause.