Treatment of premature ejaculation?

Condom/SSRIs. Condoms may be helpful with sensitization issues. Some condoms have Benzocaine (a topical anesthetic) which helps further with sensitization issues. Also, a side effect of ssris (paxil, prozac, celexa, lexapro, (escitalopram) zoloft) is often to delay ejaculation and they have been used at times to treat premature ejaculation.
PE. I have tried a few strategies for my patients to help delay the pe. Using a condom with a numbing medication inside the condom desensitizes the the penis and will help to delay the time till ejaculation. Once the condom is off, the medication wears off in about 1/2 an hour. Another approach is using the side effect of a prescription medication such as zoloft or Paxil (paroxetine) to delay the ejaculation.
Many options. Distract by thinking nonsexual thoughts. "stop and start":  stop stimulation before ejaculation for 30 seconds and restart. Repeat as desired.  "squeeze" method: man or partner gently squeezes the end of penis (where the glans meets the shaft) for several seconds. Stop stimulation for 30 seconds, and restart.  repeat as desired. Ssris such as prozac (fluoxetine). use condom/local anesthetic cream.

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What is best treatment for premature ejaculation?

PE. It is not possible advise without a proper diagnosis and assessment of the causes of the condition. What you can read about pe in books, magazines or over the internet might or not apply to you, depending on the presentation of your case. The best treatment will start at the doctor's office documenting the medical, urological, psychological, psychiatric and social issues related to it.

Is there a good treatment for premature ejaculation?

Yes. Behavioral treatments including the "stop-start technique" can be effective. Sometimes low dose ssri antidepressants can be useful.

What is the best treatment for premature ejaculation?

Here are some... There is no best Rx for premature ejaculation (PE), the commonly recommended methods of care include: understand it's an inherent personal issue; behavioral modification by improving relaxing interpersonal relation as foreplay; slow down pace and depth of penetration; possible application "stop & start" techniques; judicious use of SSRI and/or topical numbing cream; and close counseling & F/U.

Is there an effective treatment for premature ejaculation?

Multiple techniques. Simple methods for overcoming premature ejaculation is to use regular or desensitizing condoms. Behavioral methods exist, such as the "stop and squeeze" method where sex is stopped and pressure is placed behind the tip of the penis, delaying ejaculation. In certain cases, medications such as ssris may have a role.
Topicals and orals. "novacaine" type of topicals and condom can help decrease sensitivity significantly. Also, meds such as prozac, paxil, zoloft, Effexor (venlafaxine) can prolong this time period as well. Practice "pull-out and squeeze at base of penis" before ejaculation over time can help a bit. Sex therapy may help too. Consult doc for help because this is a common problem which can negatively affect relationship. Good luck.
Yes, many. Distract by thinking nonsexual thoughts. "stop and start":  stop stimulation before ejaculation for 30 seconds and restart. Repeat as desired.  "squeeze" method: man or partner gently squeezes the end of penis (where the glans meets the shaft) for several seconds. Stop stimulation for 30 seconds, and restart.  repeat as desired. Ssris such as prozac (fluoxetine). use condom/local anesthetic cream.

Hi, what is the treatment of premature ejaculation? Thanks

Yes. Usually it's temporary and gets better by itself if you relax. There are medications which can sometimes make it better as well. If it's a frequent problem, talk w/your doctor.
To help PE. 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! (there are also drugs like ssri's, but not needed.).

Is there an effective treatment for premature ejaculation?

Depends. Treatment involves either behavior modification therapy or medication. There are options talk to your urologist.
Yes, there often is. Premature ejaculation (p.E.) is treatable with medication. Part of the problem is psychological, so relaxing one's sexual intensity (and thinking about other things for a few moments) may help. Part of the problem is physical, so using two condoms can decrease one's sensation and hopefully last longer before orgasm. One's primary care doctor or a urologist should have additional ideas.

Is there a sure medical treatment for premature ejaculation?

Premature ejaculati. No; there is no "sure cure." some patients respond to agents such as trazadone. Others may require desensitization/relaxation techniques. Xylocaine (lidocaine) lubricants can work too well and also affect the partner...
Many options. Distract by thinking nonsexual thoughts. "stop and start":  stop stimulation before ejaculation for 30 seconds and restart. Repeat as desired.  "squeeze" method: man or partner gently squeezes the end of penis (where the glans meets the shaft) for several seconds. Stop stimulation for 30 seconds, and restart.  repeat as desired. Ssris such as prozac (fluoxetine). use condom/local anesthetic cream.

Help please? What is the treatment for premature ejaculation?

To help PE. 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! (there are also drugs like ssri's, but not needed.).

Does paraxitine cause infertility. I have no children but using paraxitine for the treatment of premature ejaculation?

No. No, paroxetine does not cause infertility, nor do any of the ssris like prozac, zoloft, celexa, or lexapro (escitalopram).
Maybe. Ssris can sometimes decrease sperm count. One of my patients was once told by a fertity specialist to get off citalopram (another ssri) because it could have been the reason he and his wife were not successful in producing a pregnancy. If you are only using it for premature ejaculation and wish to have children, you might want to try stopping it, but be careful because of discontinuation symptoms.