Proper Treatment Of Premature Ejaculation?
morning medicine for treating premature ejaculation which is safe and what pharmacy is it at??
Hello Rafi Alex
Thank you for your question
Premature ejaculation is a condition when a man releases sperm (reaches climax) too quickly during sexual intercourse. This condition can be caused by certain psychological problems and physical ailments. Psychological problems that might cause premature ejaculation include: problems with sexual partners, stress, anxiety of not being able to satisfy your partner, depression, traumatic experiences since childhood (for example, having been sexually abused or having been caught masturbating), frequent masturbation as a teenager by forcing yourself to ejaculate quickly out of guilt or fear of being caught red-handed. As for physical ailments that can cause premature ejaculation, they include: thyroid disorders, prostate disorders, having an overly sensitive penis, reflex disorders in the system that regulates ejaculation, inflammation or infection in the urethra or prostate, disturbances in neurotransmitter levels in the brain, disturbances hormones, nerve damage from injury or surgery, side effects of smoking, consuming alcoholic beverages, and taking illegal drugs.
To overcome this problem of premature ejaculation, you can do the following:
Do sexual positions with the woman on top when having sex, to make it easier for your partner to easily withdraw when you start to approach ejaculation. After the feeling of wanting to ejaculate has disappeared, you can return to continue penetration.
Trying to hold back the ejaculatory reflex by taking deep breaths and resting briefly during sexual intercourse.
If your penis is very sensitive, using a thick condom can also help reduce sensation.
Reducing or eliminating smoking and drinking habits.
For the use of drugs to treat premature ejaculation, you can use the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) class of drugs, which are actually antidepressants or depression relievers. The types of SSRIs that are commonly used to treat premature ejaculation are fluoxetine, sertraline, and paroxetine. The side effects of these drugs are relatively mild, such as feeling tired and sweating frequently, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Usually, the side effects will subside after the body adjusts to the drug for several weeks. But you need to remember that the use of psychiatric drugs (antidepressants) must be under the supervision of a doctor and should not be used without a doctor's prescription because of the risk of causing dependence. For this reason, if you really need these medicines, you should consult your doctor directly to get the appropriate treatment.
Hope this answer helps you.
dr. Aldy Valentino