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Monday, June 7, 2010

Drug Spray for Premature Ejaculation

Posted by Prahallad Panda on 8:24 PM Comments

Prilocaine, a local anaesthetic numbs the sensation at least for half an hour. We conduct some minor surgeries applying the gel form. In combination with lidocaine, another local anaesthetic may be helpful in a frustrating premature ejaculation.
clipped from men.webmd.com

New Drug Spray May Help Premature Ejaculation

Study Shows Some Improvement for Men Who Use Spray Before Sex

The numbers aren't huge. Men who sprayed the head of their penis with PSD502 five minutes before sex lasted an average of just over three minutes after three months of treatment, compared with just over 30 seconds before.

Up to 30% of men suffer some degree of premature ejaculation, defined as ejaculation that occurs within one minute of vaginal penetration. It's the No. 1 sexual health problem in men.

Premature ejaculation can be devastating for both a man and his partner, triggering anxiety, depression, and relationship problems, says Goldstein, who heard the results presented at the annual meeting of the American Urological Association.

PSD502, which contains two common topical painkillers, lidocaine and prilocaine, is "slightly oily, but not objectionably so," Sharlip says.

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