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What is the treatment for premature ejaculation?

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Published At April 4, 2024
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Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

I am a 19-year-old suffering from premature ejaculation for three years. The condition had only been worsening as days passed. Kindly suggest a proper treatment.

Thank you.

Answered by Dr. Raveendran S R

Hello,

I can understand your concern

There are many reasons for premature ejaculation.

  1. Stressful work: Night duties, twenty-four-hour jobs.
  2. Diabetes, hypertension, and thyroid issues affect premature ejaculation. Keeping your blood sugar, blood pressure, and thyroid hormones under control will help you.
  3. On long-term medication related to hypertension and anti-psychiatric medications.
  4. Frequent masturbation or prone masturbation.
  5. Excess porn.
  6. Receiving less foreplay from a partner or lack of knowledge regarding foreplay and female masturbation
  7. Having an affair gives you a guilty feeling
  8. Lack of exercise and obesity.

I suggest you follow the below-mentioned instructions:

  1. Check for FBS (Fasting blood sugar) and PPBS (post-prandial blood sugar) to rule out diabetes.
  2. Check your blood pressure.
  3. Get tested for the levels of thyroid hormones to rule out thyroid issues.
  4. Take a tablet of Duralast (Dapoxetine) 30 mg as a temporary solution.
  5. To Increase the foreplay duration during intercourse, women should receive 15 to 20 minutes of foreplay, and men should receive 10 to 15 minutes of foreplay for a good blood supply to the penis for a long and hard erection. Foreplay should be relaxed manner. Your partner should learn to give foreplay in a way you don’t ejaculate and enjoy.
  6. Try listening to relaxing music.
  7. Delay condoms can help you.

Kindly consult a specialist, talk to them, and take the medications with their consent.

I hope this information will help you.

Thank you.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Dr. Raveendran S R
Dr. Raveendran S R

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