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The chart below lists the most common premature ejaculation treatments offered by physicians. As you can see, SSRIs and EMLA have drawbacks. That's why medical professionals are thilled to learn about Promescent so that they can show their patients how to stop premature ejaculation with an extreme low side effect profile. But you don't have to take our word for it - read the reviews and then give it try and experience the Promescent difference for yourself.
Note: Not included in this table are the numerous sexual enhancers such as delay sprays, delay creams, and delay gels as well as specific SSRI treatments such as dapoxetine and Priligy.
|Treatment||Prescripton Required||Form / Dose||Time to Onset||Side Effects|
|PROMESCENT||No||Topical. 3-10 Sprays. Adjustable||5-10 minutes||Minimal. See FAQs and Safety Information|
Off-label in most countries
|Oral pill taken daily||Several days||Headache, nausea, loss of libido, dry mouth, diarrhea, others|
|Priligy / Dapoxetine||
Not available in the USA
|Oral pill taken as needed||1-3 Hours||Form of an SSRIs so side effects the same but generally less severe.|
Off-label in the USA
|Topical cream||30-45 minutes||Contains priolocaine which has a rare but side dangerous side effect. See here for drug facts, warning and safety information.|
Promescent Safety Warnings:
Promescent is compliant with FDA monograph 21 CFR 348.10. Do not use if you or your partner are allergic to lidocaine or topical anesthetics. Prior to use, ask a doctor if you have liver problems or your partner is, or may become, pregnant. Premature ejaculation may be due to a condition requiring medical supervision. If this product, used as directed,does not provide relief, discontinue use and consult a doctor. Avoid contact with the eyes. If you or your partner develop a rash or irritation, such as burning or itching, discontinue use. If symptoms persist, consult a doctor.