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Zoloft For Premature Ejaculation
What is the point of having paxil (paroxetine) or Zoloft to treat premature ejaculation if its side effect decreases libido? How many doses will effect the libido?
Variable: Paxil (paroxetine) and zoloft can but don't always decrease libido. Not everyone experiences this side-effect which can happen with one SSRI and not another and can't be predicted. It can happen after the first dose or only after you have been on it for awhile. Unfortunately,there is no way to predict how either of these will effect a particular individual. Hopefully, personalized genetic medicine will help ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Should I consume paxil/Zoloft or other meds for premature ejaculation on the day I have sex or consume it for many weeks to fix premature ejaculation?
PrematureEjaculation: I understand your concern about Premature Ejaculation. Paxil (paroxetine) and Zoloft are medications for treatment of depression . They do not help with Premature Ejaculation. They can decrease libido. Feel comfortable about your sexuality. Do not put pressure on yourself to perform. Do not use Alcohol before having sex .talk freely with your partner about emotional, physical and sexual intimacy .SeekTherapy ...Read more
When and how much should I consume Zoloft or paxil (paroxetine) to fix my premature ejaculation problem?
Why do people consume Zoloft and paxil (paroxetine) apart from premature ejaculation? Are there any harmful effects if I taken it consistently for a long time?
Will I have the side effects of paxil (paroxetine) and Zoloft if I only consume them sometimes for premature ejaculation? Are the side effects really bad ?
Spontaneous or meds: Premature ejaculation is common in young males if overaroused, over excited or prolonged foreplay no cause. Sometimes + less often due to medications such as antidepressants. Try "again" after 20-30 minutes. Breathe deep and slow. Squeeze head of penis hard as soon as presensation of ejaculation comes, then reinsert or continue after feeling subsides. Consult with urologist if problem persists. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Non-drug ways: To deal with premature ejaculation, it's essential that you learn to recognize the point just before orgasm, and practice controlling this. Methods include the "start-stop" and the "squeeze" techniques. You can learn these either with a cooperative partner, or by yourself. Here's a brief article by dr. Ruth: http://tinyurl.Com/d6bq94a good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several possibility: You can try to masturbate first or have your partner bring you off manually or orally, and then engage in intercourse afterwards. There are creams that will numb the sensation and delay ejaculation, you can wear a condom, you can try to concentrate on something other than the sex until you feel you may be ready to have an orgasm (after your partner is done). Or see a sex therapist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sensitization: There are a few treatments you can try ... There are prescription medications you can discuss with your physician (eg, usually antidepressants) - but a good place to start are sensitization gels or creams (they usually have a numbing agent in them like benzocaine or lidocaine). Hope that helps! ...Read more
Practice or Drugs: About 20% of men complain of premature ejaculation. Young men have more complaints of pe, and there is probably a process of learning to control ejaculation. Also anxiety plays an important role in early ejaculation. The "squeeze" technique may help. Also serotonin antidepressants like sertraline (zoloft) may be helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ejaculation occurs with a sexual climax during sex or masturbation or during so called "wet dreams". Pre-cum emission comes from cowper's gland with duct that opens into bulbar or mid- urethra urethra & ? Without warning. Then ejaculation occurs after semen enters urethra from ejaculatory duct, just beyond bladder neck which reflexly contracts followed by ...Read more
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