Premature ejaculation is a major sexual disorder in men. It can seriously affect a person’s sexual life. Premature ejaculation can leave your partner annoyed, irritated and unsatisfied. If diagnosed, it can be treated completely. Nowadays, there are a number of treatments available for premature ejaculation.
Various antidepressant drugs such as Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft and Anafranil are used to treat premature ejaculation. These drugs are also called selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors (SSRIs). They increase the time of ejaculation during intercourse. These drugs are very strong and can cause serious side effects. Therefore, it’s always advisable to consult a doctor before taking any such medication. These drugs should be taken 4 to 5 hours before sex to get effective results. But guard against getting addicted to these as that can pose serious health concern.
There are various exercises to treat premature ejaculation such as squeeze exercise and start and stop exercise. In both the exercises the penis is stroked until the point of ejaculation. Then it is stopped suddenly allowing the penis to relax. Again the process is repeated. These exercises help to increase the ejaculation time. Masturbation is also another way to enhance the ejaculation time. All these exercises should be followed regularly to achieve long term benefits.
Some gels and creams are designed especially to treat premature ejaculation. These are applied topically on the penis that causes a slight numbness in the penis, thereby resulting in delayed ejaculation. However, these creams are not considered safe to be used in day to day basis.
Surgical treatment of premature ejaculationSurgery is the last option to treat premature ejaculation. It is performed to reduce the sensitivity of the penis. However, surgical treatment has its own complications. It can cause penile infection and decrease your sexual urge though it does increase the ejaculation time.
Counselling is considered one of the best ways to treat premature ejaculation. It can be caused due to emotional reasons. Therefore, discussing your problem with a doctor can calm you down emotionally. The doctor can help you overcome the problem with counselling accompanied with other treatment procedures.
Premature ejaculation is not a incurable disorder. Nowadays, there are lot of treatment options available for it. These treatments are safe and give long term benefits.
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