Premature Ejaculation Online Treatment & Help Centre

Premature ejaculation is an embarrassing and frustrating problem that can interfere with your quality of life. While there’s no set time that defines premature ejaculation, any orgasm occurring within a minute after engaging in sexual intercourse could be considered premature. This issue affects a lot of men and it can seriously harm their sex life and relationships.

Premature ejaculation is an embarrassing and frustrating problem that can interfere with your quality of life. While there’s no set time that defines premature ejaculation, any orgasm occurring within a minute after engaging in sexual intercourse could be considered premature. This issue affects a lot of men and it can seriously harm their sex life and relationships.

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What is Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is any early ejaculation that prevents you from having normal intercourse. Usually, any ejaculation that happens in under a minute can be considered premature, though the term is highly subjective. Ejaculating early leads to losing the erection and being unable to continue having sex. This can be very frustrating and can affect a man’s self-esteem.

Premature ejaculation is very common, as up to 40% of all men experience it at some point in their life. Some men experience premature ejaculation only occasionally, which is no cause of concern.

However, if premature ejaculation becomes a persistent problem, you should work on finding ways to resolve this issue. While there is very little information regarding what causes premature ejaculation, it is commonly attributed to low levels of serotonin. Furthermore, some emotional factors may also contribute to developing premature ejaculation.

Some of the factors that may cause premature ejaculation include:

  • Performance anxiety
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Relationship Issues
  • Guilt
  • Drug and alcohol abuse
  • Prostate issues
  • Thyroid gland issues

Premature ejaculation can lead to erectile dysfunction issues, as men who suffer from premature ejaculation may lose their erection faster. The opposite can also happen, as men with erectile dysfunction may develop a pattern of rushing to ejaculate before losing an erection.

If you are suffering from premature ejaculation due to erectile dysfunction, you may want your treatment plan to include ED medicine such as Viagra or Cialis. Dealing with erectile dysfunction may lead to complete elimination of premature ejaculation as it breaks the bad habit.

Does Viagra Help Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is ejaculation that occurs within a minute of engaging in sexual intercourse. It is treated with behavioural techniques such as the squeeze technique. This technique involves applying pressure behind the penis head before ejaculating to postpone the sensation. However, most men find this method ineffective.

Several premature ejaculation treatments can prove effective in helping resolve this issue most men experience at some point in life. The most effective are treatments like Priligy which inhibit the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). However, it takes a week or more before you see any improvements. Topical anaesthetics such as EMLA cream can also help prolong intercourse.

On the other hand, Viagra or its generic alternative Sildenafil is intended as erectile dysfunction treatment. Erectile dysfunction involves trouble achieving or maintaining an erection. Sildenafil, the active component of Viagra, helps increase the blood flow to the penis during intercourse, which helps with achieving and maintaining an erection. Therefore, Viagra or Sildenafil won’t help you inhibit premature ejaculation, only achieving an erection.

If you are struggling with erectile dysfunction, make sure to consult your doctor on whether you should be taking Priligy in addition to your prescribed ED therapy.

What Are The Treatments For Premature Ejaculation?

There are two distinct types of premature ejaculation. The first form is mostly found in middle-aged men. Due to various factors such as health issues, anxiety and depression, men experience premature ejaculation during this period. This can impact their self-esteem and lead to a lack of confidence in their relationships or marriages. EMLA cream can help men regain their confidence in bed and overall help improve their relationships.

The other form of premature ejaculation starts at an earlier age when men experience their first sexual experience. During their initial sexual interactions, they tend to finish quickly due to their psychological conditioning or lack thereof, which can turn into a chronic condition if not properly addressed and treated. Some premature ejaculation treatment options include psychological therapy, EMLA cream or Priligy. If you’re dealing with premature ejaculation, consult your physician for the best treatment option – whether it’s using EMLA cream or doing counselling with an expert.

What Premature Ejaculation Treatment Alternatives Are There?

Priligy and EMLA Cream are not the only treatment options available for Premature Ejaculation. Men suffering from this condition could try other alternatives which may help them delay ejaculation, including:

  • Masturbating prior to intercourse
  • Taking deep breaths to delay ejaculation
  • Pausing the intercourse before the need to ejaculate and waiting briefly before continuing.

You can also choose from a wide variety of condoms with a thicker layer of latex or a local anaesthetic added inside them that could help reduce the stimulus and effectively delay ejaculation.

If premature ejaculation has been an issue for some time, you should consider therapy with an expert who may be able to help men with premature ejaculation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Is Premature Ejaculation? 

Premature Ejaculation occurs when a man uncontrollably ejaculates before or at the start of intercourse without needing much stimulation and outside of his control. Premature ejaculation entails an orgasm that occurs soon after penetrating the partner or sometimes even before penetration.

There are three criteria to determine if someone is suffering from Premature Ejaculation:

  • Ejaculation occurs within the first minute frequently
  • You cannot delay ejaculation
  • Your sex life was affected negatively

If you identify with one or more of these points, you may be suffering from premature ejaculation. Nearly 20% of all men in the UK suffer from Premature Ejaculation at some point in their life. Premature Ejaculation will affect your relationships and your sex life, which is why you need to seek help.

Premature Ejaculation will lead to a poor sex life for both partners. This may lead to anxiety that further aggravates the issue. If you are struggling with Premature Ejaculation, seeking adequate treatment can lead to its quick resolution and prevent the issue from becoming an ongoing issue.

What Causes Premature Ejaculation? 

There is not always a clear cause for Premature Ejaculation. In general, men learn to delay ejaculation as they become more experienced. Sometimes, men get overly aroused when having sex after a prolonged period of time.

In a lot of cases, psychological issues such as anxiety or depression may affect your sex life and lead to premature ejaculation. In other cases, it may be caused as a side effect of a medication or hormonal issues.

Is There A Cure For Premature Ejaculation? 

Premature Ejaculation usually goes away with time, without needing medical treatment. Relaxation techniques and otherwise distracting yourself during intercourse may help treat the issue as well. In most cases, quitting drugs, alcohol and cigarettes will help with the issue as well.

Premature ejaculation is sometimes a temporary condition that does not require any medical assistance. Having sex more frequently and using an extra-thick condom may also help with the issue.

Certain positions and techniques can also be used to delay ejaculation. Premature ejaculation is less likely with your partner on top. You could also practice the squeeze technique with your partner, by masturbating and squeezing the head when you are about to ejaculate. This can help prolong the ejaculation and teach you how to better control it.

By learning which sensations lead to premature ejaculation, you can effectively delay it by communicating it with your partner during sex.

True Medical offers a variety of tablets, topical sprays, gels and creams such as Stud 100 or EMLA that can effectively delay ejaculation by reducing the sensation.

How Common Is Premature Ejaculation? 

Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual issues in men. Studies have shown that one in three men in the UK is affected by the condition. Since a lot of men are embarrassed to talk about the issue, the number of cases is likely higher.

Can I Use Antidepressants For Premature Ejaculation? 

Studies have shown that some antidepressants are able to delay ejaculation. However, these treatments are not prescribed in the UK for premature ejaculation. If your doctor prescribes an antidepressant for premature ejaculation, it will usually be a serotonin-reuptake inhibitor or SSRI. However, there are much better and less harmful alternatives you can explore with your doctor.

How Can I Last Longer In Bed? 

If you want to learn how to delay ejaculation you can try a number of techniques meant to control and prolong it. Some of these are more effective than others, and the cause of your premature ejaculation will determine which method works best for you.

Make sure you share the issue with your partner. A lot of the problems with premature ejaculation stem from pressure and performance anxiety, and letting your partner know you have an issue will help you resolve it together.

A lot of men found that ejaculating frequently during the day prevents premature ejaculation during intercourse. This is why you should masturbate a few times before intercourse.

Using condoms or anaesthetic sprays can help reduce the sensitivity of the head, delaying ejaculation.

If you suspect stress might be the culprit, try breathing and relaxation exercises to calm yourself down. One good technique is to relax the muscles of your body by contracting them paired with deep breathing, known as Jacobson Relaxation Technique. Focus on one muscle group at a time, starting from the feet and working your way up to the head.