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Premature ejaculation FAQ

If you reach your sexual climax earlier than the normal time, you might be suffering from premature ejaculation. Priligy is the only oral prescription medication which can help in treating premature ejaculation and make your sexual experience more satisfactory.

Am I experiencing premature ejaculation?

The time taken by a sexually aroused man to ejaculate during a sexual act varies from person to person. This means that the time considered for premature ejaculation by you might be normal for another man. The doctors suggest that the normal time which describes you being suffering from PE is within two minutes of vaginal penetration. In most cases, ejaculation occurs even before penetration. If you have experienced something of this type lately, then you should consult a doctor immediately.

Am I impotent if I have experienced premature ejaculation?

Impotence and premature ejaculation are two different sexual disorders which are often confused. Impotence is a condition in which a man is unable to achieve an erection long enough for satisfactory sexual intercourse. Premature ejaculation is a condition in which erection is attained but the sexual climax is reached much earlier than the normal duration.

Premature ejaculation affects whom?

Premature ejaculation can affect a man of any age. A recent study claims that one out of every three men suffers from the problem of premature ejaculation at least once in their lifetime.

What causes premature ejaculation?

Psychological factors like stress, guilt, depression and anxiety can lead you to ejaculate before the expected time. Sometimes past sexual experience can leave an impact on you which can also cause premature ejaculation. Physical factors causing this sexual disorder include pelvic injuries, high blood pressure, prostate disease, diabetes and multiple sclerosis.

I think I am suffering from premature ejaculation - what should I do?

When you realise that your sexual experience is getting dissatisfactory day by day due to ejaculation problem, it is better to consult a doctor and get the problem diagnosed on time. There are several treatments and techniques which a medical professional can suggest to you to get rid of this problem.

Do I have to tell my partner about my premature ejaculation?

Communicating with your partner helps to ease away the hitch in your relationship. If you discuss your ejaculation problems with your partner, it can help deal with any psychological factor such as performance anxiety. Communicating with your partner can also save your relationship from falling apart. Your partner can prove to be a pillar of strength and co-operation throughout your treatment.

Can this condition be cured?

Premature ejaculation cannot be cured completely, but it can be treated effectively with the help of some techniques and prescription medication.

Can I get a prescription treatment for premature ejaculation?

Priligy is the only medication which can effectively treat premature ejaculation and extend the time before you ejaculate. It comes in tablet form and is a prescription medication.

What about non-medical treatments for premature ejaculation?

If you are looking for non-medical treatments for treating premature ejaculation, then you can try the “stop-start” method. In this method you masturbate and stop just before ejaculating so that you can adjust yourself to last longer before ejaculating. You can also buy creams or gels which make the penis numb for a long lasting sexual intercourse. However, creams and gels can make the whole experience less enjoyable. You can also opt for relationship therapies if you realise your problem is because of psychological reasons.

Are there any surgical options for premature ejaculation treatment?

There are no particular surgery methods which can treat premature ejaculation as it may lead to harmful effects. The above mentioned ways are sufficient to treat your problem of ejaculation.