First Ever Premature Ejaculation Medication

First Ever Premature Ejaculation Medication


Premature ejaculation (PE) is a common male sexual dysfunction. This can be defined as ejaculation soon after penetration during intercourse leading to a lack of sexual fulfillment on the part of one or both parties. PE can severely hurt a man’s self-esteem, relationship and decrease his quality of life significantly. It can be caused by psychological factors such as performance anxiety. There are also physical factors that may cause it. Or it can be a combination of the two. It can also be caused by physiological problems. Serotonin, the neurotransmitter often thought of as responsible for happiness and a sense of well-being, is also a chemical messenger carrying messages across the central nervous system. Messages can make it across synapses or the gaps between nerve cells known as neurons due to this neurotransmitter. Research has shown that having adequate serotonin in the body delays ejaculation. Patients who suffer from premature ejaculation have low levels of serotonin. Dapoxetine is a new medication, the first ever developed to conquer premature ejaculation. Dapoxetine increases serotonin in the synapses helping to alleviate the symptoms of PE. Men with PE between the ages of 18 and 64 can take dapoxetine. This isn’t a medication you take all of the time. Instead it is what is called “dose on demand.” You take it as needed. It should be taken one to three hours before partaking in sexual activity.

This drug has been proven to work on the initial dose. 6,000 men have taken it and it is now available in 50 countries around the world. The drug doesn’t accumulate in the body. Instead it dissipates quickly. If you are experiencing PE talk to your doctor or urologist.  Physicians use the Premature Ejaculation Diagnostic Tool (PEDT), a questionnaire consisting of five questions to help diagnose PE and recommend the proper treatment. Don’t just rely on a doctor or specialist. Take control of your own health and condition. Think about whether or not you think the root of the problem may be psychological or physiological. Understand that there are also other things you can do to help control PE. Kegel pelvic floor exercises, once the realm of helping women give birth and recover from birth, are also recommended for men with PE or that experience urinary incontinence. The strengthening of this muscle and controlling it can help stave off orgasm. There are numbing agents, creams, gels and special condoms that you can use to help make you last longer. Make sure to follow the directions carefully or else you may be numbing your partner as well. If the issue is psychological, counseling may help. Depression, anxiety and stress can all lead to PE. Using other sexual techniques or switching up your sexual repertoire may also help.


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