Thank you for asking the question.
This is a very common problem. Treatments — Non-drug therapy such as the "pause and squeeze" technique is successful for treating premature ejaculation in some men. This is a cumbersome technique that requires the man to stop all sexual stimulation as soon as he feels that ejaculation is near. The man or his partner then applies firm pressure just behind the glans (tip) of the penis. Sexual stimulation may begin again once the feeling of impending ejaculation lessens. It has been recommended that this process be repeated at least 10 times before the man ejaculates. It works for some, but not all, couples; the amount of patience and self-restraint required of both partners is substantial.
Antidepressant drugs prolong the time between arousal and ejaculation in some men. These are regarded as the most successful treatment for premature ejaculation. Antidepressants include selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), such as sertraline and paroxetine. The tricyclic antidepressant clomipramine has been reported to be more effective than SSRIs, although it can cause dry mouth. Men may take these medications on a regular (daily) basis; intermittent use (three to four hours before planned sex) has proven successful for some patients.
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