Premature Ejaculation Cures

You take her home. Everything is in order – the lights, the candles, the music. She is ready for a hot night of rousing sex. But just as things get a little heavy – ooops! What just happened? Your long night of rousing sex just ended short due to that pesky problem of premature ejaculation (PE).

If this scene is familiar, don't fret. You're not alone. Almost one-third of all men have a problem with premature ejaculation. But scenes like this don't have to end like this. There are ways you can prevent, stop, and potentially cure premature ejaculation.

While there is no single cure for premature ejaculation that works for everyone, there have been enough men admitting to the problem that doctors and researchers are producing cures that get results. Here are a few of the most common cures used for premature ejaculation.

Anti-depressant Medication

While premature ejaculation is not classified as a depressive condition, the medication used for treating depression has an effect that can help men delay ejaculation and extend the time they have sex with their partner. Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) such as Paxil, Prozac, and Zoloft, when taken on a regular daily basis, can increase the time it takes to reach orgasm and ejaculate from one to ten minutes, or even more.

While SSRIs may be a possible and effective cure for premature ejaculation, there are potential unwanted but rare side effects, such as drowsiness, sleeplessness, nausea, diarrhea, nervousness, and dry mouth.

On a positive note, current research is still being performed on a serotonin transport inhibitor that works much like an SSRI, but doesn't have to be taken every day. Taken just hours before engaging in sex, the transport inhibitor can have a similar ejaculation delay effect, and be completely flushed out of the system after a day or so. Look on the horizon for this new and breakthrough premature ejaculation cure.

Anesthetic Creams

For some men the main problem is hyper-sensitivity of the penis. As soon as the penis is stimulated, ejaculation is just minutes, if not seconds, away.

Using a topical anesthetic cream can reduce the sensitivity of the penis and allow a man to have sex longer by delaying orgasm. Topical anesthetic creams are only available through a prescription, and they are not approved by the FDA as a treatment for premature ejaculation. However, if your doctor agrees that it could be a potential cure, then discuss this option with him or her.

Therapy or Counseling

For most men who suffer from premature ejaculation, there is an underlying psychological condition that is the root cause. It may be surprising that anxiety, tension, depression, self-esteem issues, and relationship issues are just a few of the main causes of premature ejaculation. A man can help himself, and his partner, by taking counseling or therapy from a qualified and licensed individual. Therapists can provided calming techniques that can help reduce anxiety, excitability, sexual performance issues, and other issues that are associated with premature ejaculation.

Therapists can also provide instruction on sexual positions or techniques that can help delay orgasm and ejaculation, and even muscle and meditative exercises to get the mind and body focused on prolonging the sexual experience.

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