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  • Diagnosis of premature ejaculation, its severity, and cause.
  • Understanding your symptoms.
  • A personalized treatment plan.
  • New prescriptions and refills.
  • Solutions for premature-ejaculation associated complications.
  • Lifestyle modifications to prevent premature ejaculation.

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Your guide to getting Premature Ejaculation treatment

When to choose
online care

Consult a healthcare provider online if:

  • Sexual encounters always end in early ejaculation (less than three minutes after penetration).
  • Masturbatory episodes always end in early ejaculation (less than three minutes after penetration).
  • Condition causes distress and impacts your personal and social life.

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What Is Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is a condition where a man ejaculates sooner than expected or intended during sexual intercourse. This means that semen leaves the body about one to three minutes after penetration. It can also occur during masturbation.

What Causes Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation can be attributed to a number of psychological and biologic factors including:

  • Sexual abuse or trauma.
  • Sexual guilt.
  • Previous sexual experience.
  • Early sexual experience.
  • Depression.
  • Being excessively concerned about the condition.
  • Body dysmorphia.
  • Prostate or urethral swelling or infection.
  • Irregular hormonal levels.
  • Irregular brain chemical levels.
  • Inherited characteristics.
How Do I Know if I Have Premature Ejaculation?

You may have trouble deciding whether your condition is premature ejaculation. If you notice that you are consistently unable to delay ejaculation for more than three minutes during every sexual episode, you may have premature ejaculation. This can happen typically during sexual intercourse, but also when you masturbate. Premature ejaculation may be lifelong, meaning that you experience problems right from your first sexual experience, or it may be acquired, meaning that your condition is new and you have had unproblematic previous sexual experiences. If you want more details on premature ejaculation, you can consult a doctor virtually here on iCliniq First.

Can Premature Ejaculation Be Cured?

Premature ejaculation is a treatable condition, but cannot be entirely cured. Medications, ejaculation-delaying behavioral techniques, and counseling may effectively be used to control premature ejaculation. Patients may have to rely on supplements, or exercises or topical solutions to curb the early ejaculation tendency. With time and practice, sexual activity can become pleasurable for both partners (including the affected partner) in a sexual relationship.

Can I Get Prescription Medication on iCliniq First for Premature Ejaculation?

You can avail certain prescription drugs for premature ejaculation via iCliniq First. However, please note that we only prescribe specific drugs, and only for eligible patients. For more information on available drug options or your eligibility for them, consult a doctor at iCliniq First.

Does Over-The-Counter Medication Work for Premature Ejaculation?

A variety of over-the-counter medications may be available to you like topical creams and sprays, climax-control condoms, premature ejaculation wipes, herbal medications, and supplements. While some of them may work, some may not. Look for products containing topical anesthetics like Benzocaine that can block sensations in your penis. However, do not use every product you come across because topical anesthetics can cause severe side effects and many will do nothing to help. Consider consulting a doctor for prescription medications that will work for your condition better than over-the-counter products.

What Premature Ejaculation Treatment Will Work for Me?

Treatment for premature ejaculation may vary depending on the severity, duration of the condition, underlying causes, and individual factors. If you’re concerned or confused, speak with one of our doctors who will provide you with an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment plan. If you have been using over-the-counter products consistently without any improvement, reach out to a healthcare provider to kickstart a better sexual life.

What Is the Normal Disharge Time of a Male?

On average, it takes about five to seven minutes for a man to achieve orgasm and ejaculate. However, this is not an absolute range, and ejaculation time can vary from anywhere between less than a minute to over 30 minutes.

How To Stop Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation can be dealt within the following ways:

  • Oral medications like Paroxetine, Fluoxetine, and Sildenafil.
  • Topical numbing agents like Benzocaine and Lidocaine.
  • Zinc supplements and herbal medications.
  • Exercises such as the pause-squeeze technique, stop-start technique, and pelvic floor exercises.
  • Undergoing counseling.
  • Masturbating an hour or two before sexual activity.
  • Avoiding sexual intercourse for a while to avoid feeling pressured.