Lidocaine and Premature Ejaculation

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What Is Lidocaine and How Does It Help Premature Ejaculation?

Generally speaking, lidocaine is a local anesthetic. It works by blocking signals sent to your skin’s nerve endings, which causes desensitization. Unlike general anesthetics — the drugs that put you under for major surgery — lidocaine and other local anesthetics won’t make you unconscious.

Lidocaine is also the active ingredient in Promescent’s Climax Control delay spray.

What is a Male Delay Spray?

Male delay sprays like Promescent are designed to desensitize the most highly sensitive areas of the penis and prolong the time it takes for a man to ejaculate — without numbing the penis or dulling the amazing sensations associated with sex.

Male delay sprays are used in men with self-identified or diagnosed premature ejaculation as well as in men who simply want to have longer-lasting, more satisfying sex.

What Does Lidocaine Spray Do?

Lidocaine is found in many over-the-counter products and has several uses, including as a spray to tame sore throats and painful sunburns. In male delay sprays, lidocaine desensitizes the powerful nerve endings in the penis to delay ejaculation in men during sex.

How does Lidocaine Spray Work? 

Many products containing lidocaine are available in a spray application, from sore-throat spray to Promescent Climax Delay spray. These products have very different uses, but they work in the same way by blocking the sensation signals being sent from your nerve endings.

Promescent uses a eutectic lidocaine formula that simply desensitizes the penis (rather than numbing it), and our patented TargetZone™ technology ensures the product will desensitize only the immediate areas where it’s applied.

Can I get Lidocaine Over-The-Counter?

Many products containing lidocaine — including patches, gels, creams, and sprays — are available over the counter. They have many uses, from gels that soothe sore or strained muscles to sprays that numb sore throats or even help men last longer in bed by desensitizing the penis.

Promescent male delay spray is recommended by more than 2,000 urologists for the treatment of premature ejaculation and is available over the counter online and at many major retailers.

Can Lidocaine Help with Premature Ejaculation?

Lidocaine is effective in addressing premature ejaculation. Lidocaine works by blocking the signals that stimuli send to nerve endings in the skin, including stimulation to the penis during foreplay and penetrative sex.

A 2016 study published in the International Journal of Impotence Research found several important conclusions about lidocaine’s use with premature ejaculation:

  • 38.7% of men who did not use Promescent reported having an orgasm when their partner did not; that figure decreased to 21% when participants used Promescent, a topical lidocaine product.

  • 72.1% of participants said using the product positively impacted their sexual experience.

How Long does it Take for Topical Lidocaine to Take Effect?

The amount of time it takes for topical lidocaine to take effect depends on the potency of the product you’re using. Refer to the information included with the product you’re using to find out for sure.

In the case of Promescent, it takes about 10 minutes for the product to be fully absorbed and the penis adequately sensitized for sex.

How Long do the Effects of Lidocaine Last?

Lidocaine’s lasting power depends entirely on the strength of the medicine you’re using, and how much you have applied. Depending on how many sprays you apply, the effects of Promescent last between 30 minutes and an hour.

If you’re hoping to make lidocaine’s effects wear off faster, increasing blood flow to the affected area can help.

Does Lidocaine Show up in Drug Tests?

Some believe that drugs ending in -'caine' will lead to a false positive for cocaine on drugs-of-abuse (DOA) urine tests, but that’s a complete misconception.  Lidocaine and cocaine have completely different chemical structures, and use of lidocaine will not cause a false positive for cocaine.

According to Cordant Health Solutions:

Commonly used local topical anesthetics such as lidocaine, novocaine, and benzocaine are structurally unrelated to cocaine and its metabolites and do not result in a positive immunoassay or LC-MS/MS response.

How do you Apply Topical Lidocaine?

here are many types of topical lidocaine products, including creams, gels, patches and sprays — and each will have different application instructions. Even in the spray category, there are several types of lidocaine products, including oral sprays for sore throats, and male ejaculation delay spray for external use only.

To apply Promescent, start by applying three metered sprays to the head of the penis, as well as the underside of the penis, just below the head (where sensitivity is most heightened). Rub Promescent in small circles into the skin of the penis, then wait 10 minutes until it’s completely absorbed — an excellent time for foreplay.

Engage in whatever hanky-panky you normally enjoy — or try something new! — then adjust your dosage for next time, up to 10 sprays, if you decide you need more.


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Lidocaine

man searching on google 'male delay spray with lidocaine' to better understand what lidocaine is

What Is Lidocaine and How Does It Help Premature Ejaculation?

Generally speaking, lidocaine is a local anesthetic. It works by blocking signals sent to your skin’s nerve endings, which causes desensitization. Unlike general anesthetics — the drugs that put you under for major surgery — lidocaine and other local anesthetics won’t make you unconscious.

Lidocaine is also the active ingredient in Promescent’s Climax Control delay spray.

What is a Male Delay Spray?

Male delay sprays like Promescent are designed to desensitize the most highly sensitive areas of the penis and prolong the time it takes for a man to ejaculate — without numbing the penis or dulling the amazing sensations associated with sex.

Male delay sprays are used in men with self-identified or diagnosed premature ejaculation as well as in men who simply want to have longer-lasting, more satisfying sex.

What Does Lidocaine Spray Do?

Lidocaine is found in many over-the-counter products and has several uses, including as a spray to tame sore throats and painful sunburns. In male delay sprays, lidocaine desensitizes the powerful nerve endings in the penis to delay ejaculation in men during sex.

How does Lidocaine Spray Work? 

Many products containing lidocaine are available in a spray application, from sore-throat spray to Promescent Climax Delay spray. These products have very different uses, but they work in the same way by blocking the sensation signals being sent from your nerve endings.

Promescent uses a eutectic lidocaine formula that simply desensitizes the penis (rather than numbing it), and our patented TargetZone™ technology ensures the product will desensitize only the immediate areas where it’s applied.

Can I get Lidocaine Over-The-Counter?

Many products containing lidocaine — including patches, gels, creams, and sprays — are available over the counter. They have many uses, from gels that soothe sore or strained muscles to sprays that numb sore throats or even help men last longer in bed by desensitizing the penis.

Promescent male delay spray is recommended by more than 2,000 urologists for the treatment of premature ejaculation and is available over the counter online and at many major retailers.

Can Lidocaine Help with Premature Ejaculation?

Lidocaine is effective in addressing premature ejaculation. Lidocaine works by blocking the signals that stimuli send to nerve endings in the skin, including stimulation to the penis during foreplay and penetrative sex.

A 2016 study published in the International Journal of Impotence Research found several important conclusions about lidocaine’s use with premature ejaculation:

  • 38.7% of men who did not use Promescent reported having an orgasm when their partner did not; that figure decreased to 21% when participants used Promescent, a topical lidocaine product.

  • 72.1% of participants said using the product positively impacted their sexual experience.

How Long does it Take for Topical Lidocaine to Take Effect?

The amount of time it takes for topical lidocaine to take effect depends on the potency of the product you’re using. Refer to the information included with the product you’re using to find out for sure.

In the case of Promescent, it takes about 10 minutes for the product to be fully absorbed and the penis adequately sensitized for sex.

How Long do the Effects of Lidocaine Last?

Lidocaine’s lasting power depends entirely on the strength of the medicine you’re using, and how much you have applied. Depending on how many sprays you apply, the effects of Promescent last between 30 minutes and an hour.

If you’re hoping to make lidocaine’s effects wear off faster, increasing blood flow to the affected area can help.

Does Lidocaine Show up in Drug Tests?

Some believe that drugs ending in -'caine' will lead to a false positive for cocaine on drugs-of-abuse (DOA) urine tests, but that’s a complete misconception.  Lidocaine and cocaine have completely different chemical structures, and use of lidocaine will not cause a false positive for cocaine.

According to Cordant Health Solutions:

Commonly used local topical anesthetics such as lidocaine, novocaine, and benzocaine are structurally unrelated to cocaine and its metabolites and do not result in a positive immunoassay or LC-MS/MS response.

How do you Apply Topical Lidocaine?

here are many types of topical lidocaine products, including creams, gels, patches and sprays — and each will have different application instructions. Even in the spray category, there are several types of lidocaine products, including oral sprays for sore throats, and male ejaculation delay spray for external use only.

To apply Promescent, start by applying three metered sprays to the head of the penis, as well as the underside of the penis, just below the head (where sensitivity is most heightened). Rub Promescent in small circles into the skin of the penis, then wait 10 minutes until it’s completely absorbed — an excellent time for foreplay.

Engage in whatever hanky-panky you normally enjoy — or try something new! — then adjust your dosage for next time, up to 10 sprays, if you decide you need more.


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