Premature Ejaculation Diagnostic Tool (PEDT)

PEDT Questionnaire is the most commonly tool to diagnose premature ejaculation. This tool was developed by Pfizer Inc. It is simple and worldwide approved as a standard to confirm a diagnosis of premature ejaculation in a patient.

This questionnaire to help identify men who may have a problem with ejaculating too soon during sexual activity. Even if you do not have difficulties, please answer all the questions.  Please select the answer that best represented your response for each of the questions below. While your experiences may change from time to time, please report your general experiences with intercourse.

Definition: Ejaculation here refers to ejaculation (release of semen) after penetration (when your penis enters your partner)

Answer the following questions!

Q1. How difficult is it for you to delay ejaculation?

score 0 –> Not Difficult at all
score 1 –> Somewhat Difficult
score 2 –> Moderately Difficult
score 3 –> Very Difficult
score 4 –> Extremely Difficult

Q2. Do you ejaculate before you want to?

score 0 –> Almost never or never 0%
score 1  –> Less than half the time 25%
score 2 –> About half the time 50%
score 3 –> More than half the time 75%
score 4 –> Almost always or always 100%

Q3. Do you ejaculate with very little stimulation?

score 0 –> Almost never or never 0%
score 1  –> Less than half the time 25%
score 2 –> About half the time 50%
score 3 –> More than half the time 75%
score 4 –> Almost always or always 100%

Q4. Do you feel frustrated because of ejaculating before you want to?

score 0 –> Not at all
score 1 –> Slightly
score 2 –> Moderately
score 3 –> Very
score 4 –> Extremely

Q5. How concerned are you that your time to ejaculation leaves your partner sexually unfulfilled?

score 0 –> Not at all
score 1 –> Slightly
score 2 –> Moderately
score 3 –> Very
score 4 –> Extremely

Clinical Interpretation

Total scores can be interpreted as follows:

Score Interpretation
0-8 A score of 0 to 8 indicates a low likelihood of premature ejaculation (PE). 
 9-10 A score of 9 or 10 indicates a probable diagnosis of premature ejaculation (PE).
11-20 A score of 11 to 20 indicates a diagnosis of premature ejaculation (PE).


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For more information you can visit reference links below.

References:

  1. http://www.sexhealthmatters.org/resources/premature-ejaculation-diagnostic-tool
  2. http://www.pehomepage.com/premature_ejaculation_test_pfizer.asp

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3 Responses to Premature Ejaculation Diagnostic Tool (PEDT)

  1. I like this web blog very much so much superb information.

  2. John says:

    am a sexologist and have tried a number of things to cure my patients, because i do not believe in just giving Viagra or other allopathic salts, as the patients themselves are very much aware of these things and their side effects. Using such medicines can only give temporary relief and not a permanent cure. There are medications mentioned in Ayurveda to cure problems related to sexual health of men. One such formulation is used to prepare India Kings Oil . These do not give instant results but when used regularly for a period of 2 months the benefits we get are permanent. You can also give these a try.

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