Updated: Sep 15, 2020
The Million Dollar Question:
Do Pills Cure Premature Ejaculation?
A list of names of drugs I found in a 3 minute Google search for pills for curing premature ejaculation..
CASE STUDY: JESSIE
During my recent visit to Gauteng I had an appointment with Jessie. He complained that he struggles to get to point of ejaculation. What a struggle it was. He seemed to be getting there but then he simply does not ejaculate - nor does he have an orgasm. I quizzed him about the medication or steroids he may be using and it turns out that one of the drugs mentioned above is the main ingredient of his "happy pill". He has been using it for three years already. He says in the beginning he was delighted as the pills seemed to be delaying his ejaculation - but now his life is hell as he really battles to get to point of orgasm and ejaculation.
Two Types of Premature Ejaculation (PE)
I once again have to point out that there are two different types of Premature Ejaculation:
1. Congenital or Medical PE:
Congenital refers to conditions that one has from birth.
For example one can have an imbalance of serotonin that could cause PE.
Medical conditions could be a prostate that has become over enlarged and is putting pressure on the bladder and urethra leading to PE.
These cases of premature ejaculation is best treated by A Urologist - who can make a medical diagnosis and treat the condition by prostatectomy or prescription medication.
2. Acquired and Habitual PE:
This is the most common type of PE as it is acquired as a habit during the teenage years when males masturbate on the quiet and under cover - so try to be a quick as possible and then get into the habit of ejaculating quickly.
Sadly this is habit that can last a life time.
Since Acquired and Habitual PE is a habit and habits can be changed by adopting new behaviour - I specialize in treating this type of PE.
These are some of the side effects of Dapoxetine marketed as Priligy and Westoxetin:
Fainting, dizziness, trembling, nervousness, irritability, excessive sweating, depression, increased blood pressure, diaroea / constipation, dry mouth, nightmares, anxiety, erectile dysfunction, yawning, sleepiness / insomnia,
In Two Nutshells:
Pills do not offer a long term cure for Premature Ejaculation. To the contrary can lead to a very miserable condition called anejaculation where ejaculation becomes impossible.
The answer to the question:
Do pills cure Premature ejaculation?
Answer: A resounding NO!!
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© Ariana Robson 2019
Updated 15 September 2020