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Only two products have a eutectic formula that can control premature ejaculation - Promescent and Fortacin (aka PSD502 Tempe Spray).
The topical spray, Fortacin (PSD 502 TEMPE) has yet to receive regulatory approval by the FDA for the treatment of premature ejaculation. In clinical studies, Fortacin deploys an absorption technology using a eutectic formula by adding prilocaine to lidocaine. This technology has been available for decades (search EMLA in wikipedia). Doctors in the U.S. have been prescribing (off-label) EMLA for PE for many years.
Both Promescent and Fortacin have eutectic absoprtion technology. We are not aware that other delay creams, delay sprays and delay gels have this capability and are commonly called "penis numbing sprays and creams". With these other products, you may experience significantly reduced sexual pleasure and transference to your partner.
PSD502 has been renamed Fortacin.