Premature Ejaculation

What is premature ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is when a man ejaculates sooner than desired, mostly within 1 minute of penetration. It’s characterized by an inability to delay ejaculation during intercourse to the extent that it bothers or frustrates the patient and/or their partner.

Can premature ejaculation be treated?

Yes. premature ejaculation is a common and treatable problem. The treatment option varies based on individual conditions. Some of the common treatment options include medication, behavioural techniques and counseling. Combination of these might be the most effective course.

Treatments for premature ejaculation

First, a physician will evaluate your medical information to determine appropriate treatment. If medication is prescribed, we’ll ship your treatment in discreet packaging.

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Assistance with side effects

Some medication could have side effects inherently, or you could be allergic to certain medications. If this is the case, you can get in touch with us and we will immediately set up a consultation with our expert for an alternate medication or dosage

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the symptoms of premature ejaculation?

The main symptom of premature ejaculation is the inability to delay ejaculation for more than 1 minute after penetrative sex. However, the problem might occur in all sexual situations, even during masturbation. It can be classified as Lifelong(starting with first sexual encounters) and Acquired(after sexual experiences without ejaculatory problems).

Is premature ejaculation medication an effective treatment option?

Most men can be treated successfully with medication. There are multiple medications that can be taken after consultation with a physician. Different topical therapies, and varied techniques that can be used alone or in unique combinations. Some people see results immediately while some have to try for different options and combination therapy.

Are there side effects of premature ejaculation medication?

 

The medications available for treating premature ejaculation are mostly effective and well-tolerated without causing any side effects. However, just as no drug works on everyone, no drug is 100% safe, and these treatments are no exception. Based on your medicine, becoming familiar with their possible side effects will help you identify if you are one who experiences them. If you experience any side effects, don’t give up. You have other options and we are here to help you find the best solution.

What are the non-prescription options for treating premature ejaculation?

 

Your physician may recommend a combination of medication and behavioral therapy tips to deal with premature ejaculation. It may take some time and experimentation to find the methods that work best. Some men experience significant improvement with learned techniques so medication isn’t for everyone.

Some recommended techniques include:

 

Topical Anesthetics: Anesthetic creams and sprays that contain numbing agents are used to treat premature ejaculation and are available over-the-counter. These are applied to the penis 10 to 15 minutes before sex. The advantage of topical applications is that the side effect rate is low and they are effective to some degree in almost everyone to decrease sensation and prolong the time before ejaculation.

 

Condoms: Condoms might decrease penis sensitivity, which can help delay ejaculation. They have the added benefit of reducing the likelihood of transmission of sexually transmitted infection or unwanted pregnancy. Using a spray or cream with a condom is effective for some men. It delays orgasm and when used with a topical anesthetic prevents the spread of the anesthetic to a partner.

 

Behavioral techniques: The squeeze and start-stop techniques are 2 different strategies that can be practiced during masturbation or sexual activity and, over time, can improve control over the timing of ejaculation.

Counseling: Counseling, this involves talking with the mental health provider/psychologist about your relationships and experiences. This can be done in person or over a call. It helps in reducing the performance anxiety and finding a better way to cope with the increased stress. It also help in restoring man’s worth beyond his ability to delay orgasm which often restores their capacity to experience sex as they had before premature ejaculation developed.

Combination Therapy: Any of the above treatments can be combined with any one or more of the other treatments. Although it’s often best to keep things simple, combination therapy can help treat men who don’t respond to single therapy.