Premature ejaculation is described as the inability to have satisfactory sexual intercourse as a result of climaxing earlier than you would like. Premature ejaculation affects up to 30% of men and can happen during vaginal, oral or anal sex or when you are masturbating. Although it is one of the most common occurring male sexual problems, it can still cause unnecessary embarrassment for the sufferer.
We understand the importance of discretion when it comes to certain conditions, this why we provide patients with the opportunity to order medications online. If you would rather not talk to your doctor directly about your condition, you can take a free and confidential online consultation today.
How do I know whether I have this condition?
Although expectations of the amount of time it should take you to ejaculate differ, experts would usually say that premature ejaculation is when a man climaxes within two minutes of stimulation on a regular basis. However, any persistent drastic reduction in the time it takes you to ejaculate should be discussed with a doctor.
What are the causes of premature ejaculation?
Many physical, psychological and lifestyle factors can influence how long you are able to have sex for before you climax. The majority of the time though, psychological factors such as lack of confidence, stress, guilt or anxiety are the main causes of premature ejaculation, especially in sexually inexperienced men.
Neurological problems, vascular conditions, spinal cord injuries and multiple sclerosis are all physical factors that can have a part in why men climax earlier than they would like to. Lifestyle factors like alcohol abuse, taking drugs and nicotine are all preventable causes of this condition, but if continued can become more difficult to treat.
How can premature ejaculation be treated?
To find the best possible treatment, it’s important to know what’s causing the condition. Asking yourself the following questions can help you evaluate the cause of your condition better:
- Do you know of any specific physical, psychological or lifestyle factors that could be causing the problem, or do you think it’s a combination of all three factors?
- Have you always had this problem?
- Do you suffer from premature ejaculation often or is it only in certain situations?
If these questions didn’t make it easier for you to establish the cause of your premature ejaculation, you can take a free online consultation. All the information you provide will be treated confidentially and a qualified doctor can provide you with a diagnosis.
If you know that your condition is psychological, counselling or couples therapy could be a potential option. A therapist will usually encourage you, or both you and your partner, to explore the problems behind the cause and provide you with ways to deal with them. You can also learn physical methods such as the ‘stop-go technique’ or the ‘squeeze technique’ in therapy, to help you control your erections better.
Priligy dapoxetine is currently one of the only prescription medications available to treat premature ejaculation, it’s a medicine known as a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI). Priligy works in neurotransmitters in the brain to provide you with more control over when you climax.
What do I do next?
To find out more about the treatments available to treat premature ejaculation, you can speak to your doctor, or you can start your online consultation with HealthExpress.eu straight away. It’s completely free of charge and once our doctor has reached a diagnosis, you will be notified via email and a possible treatment will be recommended to you.