Is There a Premature Ejaculation Treatment?

The cause of premature ejaculation is unclear. But premature ejaculation affects millions of couples in the United States alone. With more than 1 in 3 men reporting at least occasional premature ejaculation, more and more men are looking for an effective premature ejaculation treatment.

There is a belief that premature ejaculation is defined by the amount of time that it takes for a man to ejaculate. However, what is perceived as a short amount of time for one couple may seem perfectly normal to another. The formal definition of premature ejaculation is any ejaculation that regularly occurs sooner than desired.

An effective PE treatment is warranted if either partner becomes distressed during the act of intercourse due to unsatisfactory experience.

There have been great strides in the development of PE Treatments. Dr. Harry Fisch, a board-certified urologist and Clinical Professor of Urology, has developed PREBOOST®, a topical PE treatment. PREBOOST® helps to slow down a man’s sexual response through the the use of a pre-moistened wipe containing Benzocaine, which produces desensitization of the skin of the penis.

The best part of PREBOOST® is its ability to help you last longer while not affecting your pleasure. Unlike other PE treatments, PREBOOST® is applied with a pre-moistened wipe, allowing for total control over the amount and placement of the desensitizing agent. You can apply as much or as little of the product as needed and the pre-moistened wipe allows for application only over the areas you deem necessary. Some men may find desensitizing the head of the penis works well, while others may find that desensitizing only the shaft is best.