Treatment of Premature Ejaculation For Adults
Handling independently, using drugs from doctors and counseling to a therapist with a partner are things that include the treatment of premature ejaculation.
Self-care is a way that you can do yourself before going to the doctor. By doing some relaxation techniques or techniques to divert attention, premature ejaculation can be handled.
Try to do sexual positions with the woman above when having sex. The goal is that your partner can easily withdraw when you start approaching ejaculation. Once the ejaculatory craving is gone, you can resume penetration again.
To withstand the ejaculatory reflex, you can do it by taking a deep breath and resting for a while. While resting you can divert your mind to other things in order to ejaculate desire to decrease.
Another way you can do is to masturbate an hour or two before sex. If your penis is very sensitive, thick condom use can also help lower the sensation.
In addition, you can also try to reduce or eliminate smoking and consumption of alcohol. These steps can increase your control in ejaculating.
Treatment of premature ejaculation with drugs
One class of drugs to treat premature ejaculation is selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI). This drug is actually an antidepressant or depressive reliever. However, SSRIs also have an effect that can delay ejaculation and many are prescribed by doctors.
Common types of SSRIs used in dealing with premature ejaculation are fluoxetine, sertraline, and paroxetine. Side effects of these four types of drugs are relatively mild, including the body feels tired and become frequent sweats, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. The side effects will subside after the body adjusts to the drug for several weeks.
Some people with premature ejaculation claim to progress on their condition after taking SSRI medication for 7-14 days. Although there are some men who immediately feel the effects after therapy began.
In addition to fluoxetine, sertraline, and paroxetine, there is another type of SSRI drug but has a faster treatment reaction than the three types of SSRIs. The name of this drug is dapoxetine. These drugs are usually used 1-3 hours before intercourse.
Dapoxetine side effects include nausea, headache, and dizziness. Despite having a faster reaction, the drug is not recommended for use in patients with premature ejaculation who have a history of kidney, heart, and liver disease.
Early ejaculation treatment with topical anesthesia
Topical anesthetics contain substances that can make parts of the body numb and numb. Topical anesthesia is used just before sex. This numbing drug effect can reduce the sensation of delaying ejaculation.
Although effective, handling in this way also has side effects. Some men claim to enjoy less sexual intercourse due to their diminished penis sensitivity. Not only men, women couples can also experience the same thing. This is because anesthetic agents are absorbed by the vagina. In rare cases, topical anesthesia may cause the wearer to experience allergies.
Treatment of premature ejaculation through counseling
During counseling, couples will be encouraged to share any issues that may affect their relationship and find a solution together with the help of an expert (usually a psychologist). This session can also help couples reduce anxiety and cope with stress. Usually counseling effects will look more real if supported by drug administration.
In addition to reviewing problems that occur in couples, therapists also often introduce training techniques to delay ejaculation. First you and your partner will be introduced the technique of “squeezing”. In a squeeze technique, your female partner will try to give you masturbation. When you begin to feel ejaculate, signal your partner to stop and squeeze the penis head for 10-30 seconds. After the penis is released, wait for half a minute before repeating the same process. Do this method repeatedly before ejaculation is allowed to occur.
The second technique is the “stop-start” or “stop-go” technique. This technique is performed during the period of penetration. When you feel you will ejaculate, remove your penis from your partner, then start taking a deep breath. Once the desire for ejaculation is gone, continue penetration again. Do this technique repeatedly according to the needs of you and your partner.
The effectiveness of these techniques will increase with the frequency of your practice and your partner.