Q. Last year when I had intercourse, I ejaculated so fast. Will Dapoxetine be effective?

Answered by
Dr. Ashok Kumar Choudhary
and medically reviewed by Dr. Sneha Kannan
This is a premium question & answer published on Sep 08, 2020 and last reviewed on: Sep 10, 2020

Hi doctor,

I am a 25 years old male in a relationship for the past six years. And I will be married soon. Last year, the first time we tried to get a little intimate. But it did not last for even for two minutes. I thought it happened due to first-time tension. But after that, we tried so many times, and the result is the same. Till now, whenever I try to enter, I ejaculate so fast. So no penetration to date and many times it just comes out simply during foreplay itself.

Healthwise, I am average, and my fiancee fully supports me during the act, but we are still far from real intercourse. And now, I am a little worried about the upcoming marriage life.

I also read about the generic medicine "Dapoxetine." Please suggest your valuable advice to bring my sexual life on track, which is not yet started.

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Hi,

Welcome to icliniq.com.

Thanks for posting a query.

After reading your brief narration of the problem, I am convinced that you have premature ejaculation. You might be knowing that the reason in the majority of cases is psychological. I need to know a few more details before making any firm conclusion.

First of all,

  • How long are you facing this problem?
  • How long you last during masturbation before one year and now?
  • Are you suffering from any medical condition like diabetes, hypertension, or any other neurological disorders in the recent past?
  • Do you have a proper erection?

Regarding Dapoxetine, you are right that it is used for premature ejaculation. As it is a prescription drug, you need to get a prescription from a psychiatrist or sexologist. In my view, before going to drug trials, a good attempt at psychotherapy and exercise should be made. I can assure you that it is treatable and nothing to worry and for further management of your problem, you are welcome. Thanks.


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