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The researchers suggest that sex education shouldn't just focus on the negatives (STIs, unwanted pregnancies, and so on), but also provide practical advice on how to make sex better.
This might prevent these problems from becoming lifelong difficulties.
"Large number of young people experience sex problems," The Guardian reports.
In one of the largest UK surveys of its kind, 1 in 10 young men and 1 in 8 young women reported having persistent distressing sexual problems.
For this study, they looked at the data from people aged 16 to 21.
They wanted to see how common sexual problems are for people this age.
Men were less likely to report distressing problems.
The main distressing problem other than climaxing too soon was difficulty getting or keeping an erection (7.8% experienced this and 3.3% said they'd been distressed by it).
Sex education is not compulsory for non-maintained schools in the UK, although pressure is mounting to make it so.Commonly reported problems included premature ejaculation in men, problems reaching climax in women, and a general lack of interest in sex in both genders.The survey found 9% of men and 13% of women experienced a sexual problem they found distressing.Other common distressing problems for women were lack of interest in sex (22% reported this, with 5.3% saying they'd experienced and been distressed by it) and feeling physical pain during sex (9% experienced this, with 3.2% saying they'd been distressed by it).
Between 8% and 10% of women reported feeling anxious during sex, experiencing no arousal or getting no pleasure from sex.
Sexual problems were relatively common among teenagers and young adults, although not as common as in the general population.