Partner Questionnaire

For Partners: Premature Ejaculation Diagnostic Tool20

Unsure whether or not your partner suffers from premature ejaculation? This quick questionnaire can help you decide if you should speak to your partner about premature ejaculation, and if it’s worth having him visit a doctor to discuss possible treatments.

Simply select the response that best represents your answer for each of the questions below. There are no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers. Just be honest!

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  1. How difficult do you think it is for your partner to delay ejaculation?

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  2. How often do you think your partner ejaculates before he wants to?

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  3. How often does your partner ejaculate with very little stimulation?

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  4. Do you think your partner feels frustrated because he cannot control his ejaculation?

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  5. How concerned do you feel about the impact of premature ejaculation on your sex life?

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  6. NO PREMATURE EJACULATION

    Your partner's sexual response seems to be normal. If you are still concerned about premature ejaculation, encourage your partner to visit a doctor for a proper investigation.

    YOUR PARTNER MAY HAVE PREMATURE EJACULATION

    If you are concerned by his symptoms and if they're causing you both distress, it's important that he discusses them with a doctor in order to confirm the diagnosis. A doctor can rule out any alternative causes of your partner's symptoms and identify a treatment that is tailored to your partner's needs.

    YOUR PARTNER COULD HAVE PREMATURE EJACULATION

    While his symptoms seem to match those of premature ejaculation, it is important that he discusses them with a doctor to confirm a diagnosis. A doctor can rule out any alternative causes of symptoms and identify a treatment that is tailored to his needs.

    Your Next Steps

    You Scored 0/20

    • 0-8
      No Premature
      Ejaculation

    • 9-10
      You may have
      premature
      ejaculation

    • 11-20
      You could
      have premature
      ejaculation

    It is important to note that this questionnaire provides only a rough indication of whether you have PE or not. If you are concerned that you have PE or any other medical condition, it is important to see your doctor for a diagnosis before undertaking any treatment.

    Your Answers:

    1. How difficult is it for you to delay ejaculation?

    2. Do you ejaculate before you want to?

    3. Do you ejaculate with very little stimulation?

    4. Do you feel frustrated because of ejaculating before you want to?

    5. How concerned are you that your time to ejaculation leaves your partner unfulfilled?

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Note: Ejaculation refers to the release of semen after penetration (i.e. when your penis enters your partner)

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