Posts Tagged ‘PE’

Premature Ejaculation-When Comin’ Instead Eof Goin’!

February 2, 2016

 

Nothing is more embarrassing to a man than a problem of rapid ejaculation.  Men are interested in satisfying their partners and when they ejaculate\cum too soon, it is a source of embarrassment and anxiety for every man and a source of frustration and lack of fulfillment for every partner.

Premature ejaculation (PE) is a problem that plagues 36,000,000 men and is defined as ejaculation within 5 minutes of penetration. It is important to point out that premature ejaculation depends on the satisfaction of the partners.  It is a sexual event for a male actually includes erection orgasm, and ejaculation.

The exact etiology of PE isn’t clear, but it is felt to be a lack of control of the receptors to the nerves from the spinal nerve to the prostate gland and the seminal vesicles, the two organs behind the prostate gland that store the sperm prior to ejaculation.

A list of treatments that have been shown NOT to be beneficial incldues:

1. Long-term psychoanalysis.

2. Getting drunk.

3. Use of one or more condoms.

4. Concentrating on something other than sex while having intercourse. (i.e. Baseball line-ups, or state capitals)

5. Biting one’s cheek.

6. Frequent masturbation.

7. Testosterone injections.

8. Tranquillizers.

9. PD5 inhibitors.

Current treatment options available include selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI’s), utilizing the side effect of delayed ejaculation via their impact on the receptors in the brain. In numerous studies, these medications taken on a regular basis have been shown to prolong ejaculation. Drugs in this category include Zoloft, Anafranil and Prozac.

Topical creams have been tried in the past and recently, a company, Promescent, (for more information go to Promescent.com) has come out with a spray that is applied to the penile glans to lessen sensitivity. It is available online without a prescription and the feedback from the men who have tried it has been very positive.

My current recommendation is for men to start with Promescent if that is not successful, then consider the SSRI’s.

Bottom Line:  Premature ejaculation is a very common problem affecting millions of American men.  It certainly impacts the relationship between a man and his partner.  Help is available.  Speak to your doctor.

Got Premature Ejaculation? Give Kegels a Try

January 14, 2012

Premature ejaculation is a common condition that impacts so many American men. It leads to a source of frustration not only to the man but to his partner as well. There are dozens of folklore treatments but since none universally effective, that leaves many men continuing to suffer the embarrassment of premature ejaculation or PE. There are medical options, which include oral medication with SSRI or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and sex therapy that teach the squeeze technique.

However, a non-medical solution consists of pelvic floor exercise, more commonly called a Kegel exercise (named after Dr. Arnold Kegel), consists of contracting and relaxing the muscles that form part of the pelvic floor, which are referred to as the “Kegel muscles”. Several tools exist to help with these exercises, though many are ineffective. These exercises are usually done to reduce urinary incontinence and aid with childbirth in women, and reduce premature ejaculatory occurrences in men, as well as increase the size and intensity of erections.
Kegel exercises are employed to strengthen the pubococcygeal muscle and other muscles of the pelvic diaphragm. Kegels can help men achieve stronger erections and gain greater control over ejaculation. The objective of this may be similar to that of the exercise in women with weakened pelvic floor: to increase bladder and bowel control and sexual function.
Sexual function
Kegel workouts can provide men with stronger erections. Research published in 2005 issue of BJU International, have shown that pelvic floor exercises could help restore erectile function in men with erectile dysfunction. There are said to be significant benefits for the problem of premature ejaculation from having more muscular control of the pelvis. In men, this exercise lifts up the testicles, also strengthening the cremaster muscle, as well as the anal sphincter muscles, as the anus is the main area contracted when a Kegel is done. This is because the pubococcygeus muscle begins around the anus and runs up to the urinary sphincter.

Find a quiet and private place to practice your reverse Kegels. You’ll need to take your time when you first begin. You need to be patient if you don’t feel like you’re understanding the technique right away. You’ll need to settle into a place without any interruptions. Then, you will need to:
1. Relax the penile area completely and clear your mind of tension and anxiety. You want to be calm and relaxed so that the blood can flow into your penis.
2. Begin contracting the penile muscles. Focus on contracting the muscles near the front of your penis while keeping the rest of the pelvic area as relaxed as possible. The goal is to make your penis become stronger and more erect without actually having an erection.
3. Breathe deeply and slowly as you push out the muscles in the penile area and maintain focus on strengthening only the top and lower end of the penis. Take note of how relaxed and loose the muscles directly under your penis are.
4. Let go of the contraction and breathe more deeply as you exhale. Let your penis relax, then take another deep breath and contract again. Make sure you are only focusing on the front of your penis; push out, hold for a few seconds, then relax the muscles.
5. Repeat the cycle for at least 10-15 times per session so that you feel comfortable with the movement. The entire process will feel awkward at first, but it’s very important to focus on relaxation and keeping the muscles as loose as possible outside of the contractions. You can work your way up to 40-50 exercises per session as your penis becomes stronger.

Practicing Kegels for PE treatment isn’t the most effective PE cure but good results still possible so you should try it especially in a combination with other remedies such as SSRIs. The best thing about Kegels exercises it their absolute safety and the cost is just right-it’s free!

Bottom Line: Kegel exercises are not just for women but can also be used by men to treat premature ejaculation. Remember, a Kegel a day may keep your ejaculation away….or at least delayed for a few minutes!


Hold On, I’m Comin’! New treatment for Premature Ejaculation

October 24, 2011

Until recently there has been no medical treatment for premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation is the most common sexual disorder in men even superseding erectile dysfunction or impotence. In the past, topical anesthetic like xylocaine jelly applied to the penis have never been shown effective for men and have provided. And the jelly rendered the female partner with numbness in her vagina and made it difficult for her to achieve enjoyment from sexual intimacy.

PROMESCENT, a topical, metered dose spray is available as an over the counter product and does not require a medication. The spray has a prompt onset of action (10 minutes) and in preliminary clinical experience the product has shown effectiveness with minimal side effects.

How to use PROMESCENT
Simply spray 3-10 times on the head and shaft of the penis 10 minutes before intercourse. Rub the spray lotion into the skin until it is completely absorbed. Remove any excess lotion with a wet towel to avoid transfer to your partner. Dosing should not exceed 10 sprays per use. Excess numbness may cause a temporary loss of erection.

For more information I suggest you go to http://www.Promescent.com.

Bottom Line: Premature ejaculation is a common disorder affecting millions of American men and secondarily impacting their partners. Promescent is an effective treatment using a topical gel.