Premature Ejaculation Treatments
Premature Ejaculation Treatments
Premature ejaculation doesn’t have to affect your chances of having a healthy sex life, as there are practical as well as medicinal premature ejaculation treatments available. These premature ejaculation treatments can be anaesthetic gels, prescription medications, sex therapy or counselling, however which one you choose will largely depend on what the causes of your condition may be.
Local anaesthetic gel to delay ejaculation
If you don’t suffer from premature ejaculation that often, you could use a desensitising gel as a premature ejaculation treatment. These light and easily absorbed gels have a mild anaesthetic effect, which should be applied to the head of the penis shortly before having sex. The desensitising effect of the gel will allow you to have sex for longer; however it may not be as pleasurable in some cases. Gels can also cause mild skin irritations in both partners, especially if used for penetrative sex, which can be uncomfortable.
Long love condoms
This premature ejaculation treatment is temporary but effective. These are condoms that, just like the gel, contain a mild local anaesthetic, but isn’t likely to cause vaginal irritation. These types of condoms are available under various brand names and can be helpful in increasing the amount of time before you ejaculate. The local anaesthetic in the condom may cause an allergic reaction in some men.
The 'squeeze' technique
This premature ejaculation treatment method is a way of conditioning yourself to prevent an early climax. This technique if used regularly can help you gradually gain more control over when you ejaculate. The ‘squeeze’ technique involves holding your erect penis between your thumb, middle and index finger. The index finger should be right above the ridge of the head of the penis, while the middle finger should be positioned right below the ridge. Just as you are about to climax, squeeze the shaft lightly but firmly. This delay ejaculation technique, although effective, can take time to work.
Therapy as a premature ejaculation treatment
Sex therapy or counselling provides you with the opportunity to share and deal with the emotional issues, be it related to your sexuality, relationship or traumatic past experiences. As premature ejaculation is mostly the result of psychological factors, sex therapy can be very helpful, as a trained counsellor will provide you with advice and ways to address the emotional factors behind your condition through behavioural or educational methods.
Both partners may be able to benefit from sex therapy if you are in a long-term relationship. Although it can be costly over time, counselling can be very beneficial as a premature ejaculation treatment in the long run to help delay ejaculation.
Prescription premature ejaculation treatment to delay ejaculation
Prescription medications can be considered if behavioural techniques, counselling or other premature ejaculation treatments have not been successful. Prescription medications such as Priligy provide you with a discreet and effective solution to improve your ability to delay climax. It is also currently one of the only prescription premature ejaculation treatments specifically intended for this purpose.
Priligy is a type of serotonin reuptake inhibitor, which enables you to have more control over your erections. It’s usually recommended that you take this premature ejaculation treatment before intercourse, and has been proven to improve average sexual performance in clinical trials by 200% to 300%.
How can I get prescription premature ejaculation treatments online?
The premature ejaculation treatment Priligy is available to order online from HealthExpress.eu. However, before you can order this premature ejaculation treatment, we ask you to complete an online consultation with us. The consultation will be treated confidentially and will only be checked by our registered doctor to make sure that Priligy dapoxetine is the right treatment for you, based on a professional diagnosis. The consultation shouldn’t take more than a couple of minutes and you’ll be notified within a couple of hours if it’s suitable for you to take Priligy to delay ejaculation.