Last Longer In Bed
Last Longer in Bed is desirable for both men and women in most sexual relations; not just those who suffer from premature ejaculation. When you fail in satisfying your partner, the emotions can become overwhelming. Unfortunately some men begin to have less frequent sex when it doesn’t have to be that way because solutions for premature ejaculation exist are available.
Several premature ejaculation solutions are marketed in the form of delay pills and delay topical sprays. No pills are approved by the FDA for premature ejaculation in the U.S.. You should not take any type of delay pills without consulting a doctor.
Historically doctors sometimes prescribed selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressants off-label as premature ejaculation pills. While SSRIs have scientific studies showing benefits, they need to be taken daily and should be monitored by a doctor. Priligy®(dapoxetine) is not an approved drug in the U.S. and similar to other SSRIs, has numerous side effects. Priligy® (dapoxetine) needs to be taken 1-3 hours before intercourse. SSRIs should only be taken under the supervision of a doctor.
Today topical anesthetic delay sprays (lidocaine) to last longer in bed are being recommended by doctors as they are faster acting, have fewer side effects than SSRIs and provide “on-demand” control. While many delay sprays are effective, they often contain harsh, irritating chemicals (thymol, glycol, alcohols, fragrances) to enhance penile skin penetration and often have unpleasant odors.
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