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Premature Ejaculation

What is premature ejaculation?



Premature ejaculation is a sexual health condition in which a man, during a sexual intercourse, ejaculates much earlier than expected due to which their partner remains unsatisfied. There is no clear estimation of how long a sexual act should last, but if you ejaculate within two minutes or less of vaginal penetration then you might be suffering from premature ejaculation (PE). If this condition is not treated on time, you may experience considerable reduction in your ejaculation time which will definitely hamper your healthy sex life.

How common is premature ejaculation?



The statistics say that nearly 40% of men experience premature ejaculation at least once in their lifetime. In a clinical study, around 10% of men confessed to having suffered from this sexual disorder. Sexual dissatisfaction is the prime cause of gradual friction among couples. You need to act proactively during this time to seek for appropriate treatment for PE. The best way to approach a solution to this sexual condition is by having a detailed discussion with your partner and doctor. It will help you to arrive at a logical conclusion. Fortunately, nowadays there are various treatments and techniques available which can help you to improve your sex life.

What causes premature ejaculation?



There are no clear reasons which can cause a man to reach sexual climax much before the expected time. It has been seen in some rare cases that the upbringing of a man also plays an important role in their sexual performance. For instance, if a man has been raised in an environment where sex is considered an immoral thing, this can make them suffer from PE later. The psychological factors such as guilt, low confidence, stress, performance anxiety and fear can also lead to PE. Your sexual performance is also affected by physical factors such as high blood pressure, diabetes, neurological disorders, spinal cord injuries, vascular conditions prostate disease and multiple sclerosis. Sometimes premature ejaculation can also occur as a side effect of certain medications. You should discuss any of these issues openly with a medical professional.

What methods of premature ejaculation treatment are available?



One of the common and easiest ways to treat premature ejaculation is by the “stop-start” method. It is a non-medical treatment in which you should masturbate and discontinue just before ejaculating so that you can habituate yourself to lasting longer before ejaculating. You may use creams or gels which make the sex organ numb so that the sexual act lasts for a longer time. However, creams and gels can make the sexual intercourse less pleasing. Occasionally, therapies like relationship counselling can help to treat PE caused due to psychological factors.

Priligy is the only prescription treatment which has proven to be successful in treating premature ejaculation effectively. Dapoxetine, the active ingredient of Priligy, increases the communication signals between your brain and nervous system due to which you are able to have better control on your ejaculation. Users of Priligy have reported to experience 200% to 300% increase in the duration of sexual encounter. This medication should be taken approximately one to three hours before indulging in a sexual encounter and its effects lasts for three to four hours.

How can I order treatment online?



You can buy Priligy from any of the registered online pharmacies offering you free and confidential online consultation with certified doctor. The medication will be discreetly delivered at your doorstep.