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    There are no FDA-approved pills for early ejaculation right now, but doctors can prescribe " off-label " medicines when needed. No topical sprays or gooey gels are required for these PE treatments to help men last longer in bed. We call that a win-win situation.

    Questions About PE?

    Technically, PE happens when you ejaculate within a few minutes of starting penetrating sex. More generally, PE is when you come much sooner than you or your partner wants. In extreme cases, it can happen before penetration. PE can be called early ejaculation, fast ejaculation, or premature climax. It can hurt a person's sexual life. PE is one of the most common sexual problems that people can have.

    The reasons for premature ejaculation can be mental/physical conditions or both. Some mental causes include sexual performance anxiety, relationship problems, stress, or depression. Some physical causes include a hormone imbalance or an infection in your urethra or prostate. Most of the time, the reason can't be found. These things can make it hard or impossible to ejaculate or cause you to ejaculate too early or too soon, affecting your relationships and sexual experiences.

    There are several prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines, and home treatments that can help treat PE. The best choice for you will depend on your situation, but here are some of the most common ones: SSRIs: Prescription drugs like paroxetine, sertraline, fluoxetine, and dapoxetine, also called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, have been shown to help treat rapid ejaculation. PDE5 inhibitors: ED drugs like sildenafil (generic for Viagra®) or tadalafil (generic for Cialis®) can treat both rapid ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. If you come too quickly, this could be a good choice, especially if you also have trouble getting or keeping erections or getting another one after your refractory period. Creams or sprays that numb: Topical anesthetics are often used to treat premature ejaculation because they can be bought over-the-counter and don't have systemic effects on your body because you don't eat them. This makes it less likely that you'll have systemic side effects. Stop-starting or edging is a way to train your body to know when you're about to ejaculate during sexual stimulation. You can stop the inspiration to delay ejaculating for longer during sexual contact. Sex therapy: Starting behavioral treatment with a licensed mental health provider, like a psychiatrist or sex therapist, can help you work through any psychological reasons you might be ejaculating early. Squeeze technique: The squeeze method puts pressure on your penis when you are about to ejaculate to reduce desire. Kegel exercises: Strengthening the muscles in your pelvic floor can help you control the muscles around your urethra, which can help with ejaculating too soon, according to studies. Masturbation: If you masturbate before you get sexual, it can help you last longer when you get sexual.

    PE can be treated without a prescription, but you need to see a doctor first if you want a prescription treatment. The doctor can decide if a drug is right for you. Talking to a doctor about premature ejaculation (PE) can also help improve the situation, especially if underlying health problems are causing it. Some medicines we offer to treat rapid ejaculation, like PDE5 inhibitors like sildenafil and antidepressants like paroxetine and sertraline, can only be bought with a prescription from a doctor or nurse.

    It depends. If you have a sexual problem that falls into the PE spectrum, getting help for it can make your sexual life better. Talk to a doctor to find out if PE treatment could help improve your ability to have sexual relations.

    Lifelong PE is by birth, lifelong low threshold for an orgasm that often leads to a short time to climax and a feeling that you can't control it. This is a dangerous case of PE that usually won't go away without help from a professional. Some signs happen during early foreplay, when there isn't much sexual excitement, or in the first one to three minutes of sexual contact. There are several proven ways to deal with rapid ejaculation so it doesn't get in the form of your sex life.

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