Premature ejaculation (PE) is considered a fairly common male sexual dysfunction with a prevalence rate of around 30 percent. It is defined as ejaculation that occurs before or shortly after penetration and over which a man has no control. Men also need to feel distressed about their inability to control ejaculation to get a diagnosis of PE. However, recently, medical experts have started to doubt that PE is a legitimate disorder. A review published recently in Clinical Anatomy even suggested that PE should not be defined as sexual dysfunction. The same review also states that men can learn how to have more control over their ejaculation time with exercises and techniques. If you fall in the 30 percent of men struggling to last longer, consider these five exercises to gain more control over your bedroom performance.