For years, there were so few options for helping delay the almighty orgasm and giving guys some longevity in bed. Many options didn’t work, or the trade-off and side effects were far too great. Urologist Dr. Ronald Gilbert, MD, was frustrated that he didn’t have a solution for all the men in his practice who wanted to last longer when they made love. And yes, this did include many who suffered from premature ejaculation, but Dr. Gilbert’s vision went far beyond PE. Dr. Gilbert set out to change the dynamic in a bedroom and close the orgasm gap between men and woman once and for all. He developed Promescent to help prevent premature ejaculation– and hundreds of thousands of couples have experienced its benefit.
Bringing Promescent – our patented lidocaine topical spray – into your sex life allows you and your partner to make love longer. The key is all in the experimenting. A great thing about Promescent is that it lets you and your partner play around with how many sprays you need to use, so you can find your perfect dosage. Our lidocaine spray was made with careful consideration for the people who use it – our revolutionary TargetZone™ technology is unrivaled and adheres to all regulations (from the FDA) placed on health products, ensuring that your sex remains safe and healthy. The short waiting period after application makes a great opportunity for some foreplay. But ultimately, how Promescent becomes a part of your lovemaking routine is actually anything but routine.
We all know that intimacy plays such an important role in any relationship. Get ready to last longer, harmonize in the bedroom, and feel closer to your partner than ever before.
Ronald Gilbert M.D. F.A.C.S. earned his degree in Biology in 1983, graduating from University of California Santa Barbara with highest honors. Over the next 10 years, Ron completed his education at the University of California - Irvine, where he graduated from medical school in 1987 and completed his urological residency in 1993. From 1993 until his death in January, 2013, Ron was a practiciting urologist at Orange Coast Urology in Newport Beach, CA. Ron also served as the chief of the Department of Urology at Hoag Hospital and as an assistant clinical professor of urology at UCI Medical School. He worked in the pharmaceutical industry as a lecturer and consultant for TAP Pharmaceuticals, Eli Lilly and Pfizer, educating urologists and primary care physicians about prostate cancer, interstitial cystitis and sexual dysfunction. He was a Diplomate of the American Board of Urology and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons as well as a member of the American Urological Association. Ron is survived by his wife and two sons.