Did you know that approximately 1 in 3 men suffers from premature ejaculation at some time in their lives? Premature ejaculation is not a disease but a condition that’s medically recognized by key health organizations such as the World Health Organisation. Even the most sexually active men can suffer from it and seek help from a Men’s Medical Center in Georgia.
For years, this condition was only treated with a range of cognitive and behavioral therapies. But pharmacological treatments are now available to help men with premature ejaculation. Visiting your GP or a Men’s Health Clinic in Atlanta, Georgia is the best way to get the most appropriate treatment. Here, we will provide some available treatments and remedies.
This is a Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI) which has been specifically designed to treat premature ejaculation. This medication can be taken between one and three hours before having sex and should not be taken more than once a day. Men who suffer from kidney, liver, and heart problems should not take dapoxetine, or in conjunction with certain other medications such as antidepressants.
- The ‘stop-start’ method. First, stimulate the penis until it almost ejaculates. Allow it to abate then start again. Repeat this several times if necessary.
- The ‘squeeze’ method. Start by stimulating the penis until you feel the urge to ejaculate, then stop and squeeze the head of the penis until the desire and sensation diminishes.
Counseling and Therapy
Sexual therapies and relationship counsel could provide techniques for delaying and preventing ejaculation. Both partners can also learn exercises that reduce stress and enhance relaxation.
Choice Men’s Health offers confidential consultation regarding premature ejaculation, as well as Erectile Dysfunction Treatment.