The most effective homeopathic medicines for premature ejaculation along with diminished power are phosphoricum acidum, conium, sulphur, and iodum. Phosphoricum acidum acts well when sexual power is diminished, testicles are very tender and swollen. Conium is widely used for treating early emissions along with diminished power. Sexual nervousness with weak erection and ill effects of a sexual desire indicates conium. Sulphur is a very effective for premature ejaculation along with impotency especially when the organ are cold, relaxed and powerless. Premature ejaculation, loss of sexual power with atrophied testes is treated well with homeopathic medicine iodum.
I’m Andrew Barji I’m facing problem during sex.during foreplay my penis becomes wet even a thought of sexual activity or when I see sex pictures or videos my penis will go wet and after inserting penis it often ejaculate within a minute. Sometimes when I’m in the mood to have sex and I hold my penis I will discharge though I used to masturbate earlier not now.pls sir I need your help and better prescription. Thanks and God bless you for your good work. Regards to your family.
Respected Dr Sharma. please suggest me appropriate, effective and non harmful medicine for improving my sexual life. In my case my problem is that sometime during intercourse my organ gets flacid and does not erect again. It takes many hours for the organ to get back into the game. This has been very embarrassing to me. Even though I have desires for sex but due to the placid organ I could not enjoy it. Due to this my married life is in trouble.
Precautions and adverse events. Both dosage formulations of alprostadil are administered locally and rapidly metabolized, making systemic side effects relatively uncommon with these agents. Local side effects such as penile pain associated with injection and urethral burning are the most common treatment-associated complications, occurring with variable incidence but reported in 17% to 37% of patients in clinical studies.23-25 Potentially serious side effects, such as prolonged erection and priapism are much less common and have been reported in approximately 1% of patients using alprostadil formulations.
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There are a lot of guys like my eight-baller—in a recent NYU Medical Center survey presented to the American Urological Association, 32 percent of men characterized themselves as premature ejaculators. In the past, PE sufferers resorted to slowing things down through sexual techniques, drinking heavily, applying numbing solutions like ManDelay, or picturing Rosie O’Donnell naked. In recent years, depressed guys learned that selective serotonin-reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) could delay orgasm—a negative side effect for some, but positive for premature ejaculators. Now Johnson & Johnson is developing a treatment for PE that may be available as early as 2006: dapoxetine, a fast-acting SSRI. Some premature ejaculators are eager to take the drug. But others say they’ve learned to live with their problem, finding that their “dysfunction” has opened them up to a more nuanced view of what constitutes mutually satisfying sex.
I am 42 and my husband is 57 with ED. It’s been a 6 years journey to today. We’ve tried all the pills, lotions, injections, etc. Nothing worked anymore. His desire was there but it just doesn’t happen very often anymore. He had high blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes (takes pills) He was thinking that surgery is the only option left to do. It was so permanent and I wasn’t sure he’s ready for that. Nor I for that matter. I missed sex don’t get me wrong. But it’s really separated us and made it uncomfortable to be intimate at all. UNTIL I MET DR Ole on an internet website,people taking about his good works and his good native herbs and i also ordered for the herbs and i got it in two days and my husband used it and till today my husband has been active in the bed room with his ED cured.all thanks to Dr Ole. Anyone else with similar issue should order for his herbs at [email protected] or via mobile +2348068724934
The exact cause of premature ejaculation is not known. According to many doctors and researchers, it can occur if it has been a long time since a person last ejaculated. Factors like guilt, depression, and anxiety can also cause premature ejaculation. In many cases, it can be caused due to side effects of certain medications or hormonal problems. Erectile dysfunction can also cause premature ejaculation at times.
Intracavernous papaverine and phentolamine, like alprostadil, are smooth muscle relaxants that facilitate the erectile process through the dilation of cavernosal arteries. Phentolamine lacks substantial effectiveness when used alone and papaverine monotherapy is associated with a higher incidence of prolonged erection and fibrosis so both drugs are typically combined and compounded at specialized pharmacies.12 The resulting product is referred to as "bimix." Another formulation called "trimix" is prepared with the addition of alprostadil. In clinical studies evaluating the combined use of all 3 vasoactive agents, the success rate has been comparable to alprostadil monotherapy. Therefore, the guidelines from AUA recommend that an initial trial of alprostadil monotherapy be considered in patients who are candidates for vasoactive therapy.12 For patients who fail alprostadil monotherapy, bimix and trimix formulations can be considered.
Clinical efficacy and safety. Testosterone replacement therapy for the treatment of ED is controversial due to the lack of substantial data supporting the benefit of this treatment modality and the potential risk of long term side effects. A meta analysis found a significant mean erectile response rate in men with hypogonadism on testosterone therapy compared to placebo (65.4% vs 16.7%, P<.0001).30 However, a recent review found an inconsistent and non-significant effect on erectile function in patients with low testosterone (effect size, 0.80; 95% CI, -0.10-1.60).31 Testosterone treatment is generally well tolerated, with dermatologic reactions during transdermal replacement therapy being the most common side effects. The risks of developing prostate cancer while on long-term testosterone therapy have not been fully established, so close PSA monitoring is necessary.32
Both psychological and physiological factors come into play when you talk about premature ejaculation. Unfortunately, many men feel embarrassed talking about it and do not seek help, prolonging a condition that could have been easily cured. So the first thing is that you should talk about it with someone. Seek a doctor or a sexologist and discuss your problem with them. If you want discretion, you may try out an Ayurvedic premature ejaculation cure too.