Doctor-Prescribed Treatments For Premature Ejaculation

The medical community today is rallying around the search for viable premature-ejaculation treatments. Though researchers still haven’t uncovered a definitive cause for PE, and there isn’t yet a cure, their efforts have ramped up in hopes of helping men find ways to last longer in bed.

PE is likely the most common sexual dysfunction in men, affecting up to 30% of men worldwide, and more and more men have started approaching their doctors with their concerns.

Thousands of urologists and other medical professionals recommend Promescent Climax Control Spray to their patients as a first line of defense against premature ejaculation because it’s easy to find and available over the counter without a prescription.

But there are many other treatments available today, from prescription-only climax delay sprays to off-label use of antidepressants.

When to see your doctor about PE

Premature ejaculation is often connected to underlying medical concerns that can be addressed by a medical professional before they get worse.

Make an appointment with your doctor or a urologist if you’ve recently experienced any of the following:

  • a new pattern of premature ejaculation

  • erectile dysfunction

  • pain with ejaculation

  • severe delay or inability to experience ejaculation or orgasm

On this page, you’ll find resources on some of the most common doctor-prescribed treatments for premature ejaculation, including the risks and side effects of using them, as well as their level of effectiveness in treating PE.

Fortacin™ (PSD502 Tempe Spray)

Like Promescent, Fortacin is a climax-delay spray with a eutectic formula designed to target only specific areas of the penis with desensitization. It contains lidocaine and prilocaine (which adds more potential side effects) and is not available in the United States.

Viagra, Levitra & Cialis for Premature Ejaculation

Erectile-dysfunction drugs have been shown to help some men maintain an erection after they ejaculate (or at least reduce the length of the refractory period). But are ED drugs truly effective in treating premature ejaculation?

Tramadol and Zertane™ for PE

Centrally acting opioid analgesics are heavy-duty medications designed for treating moderate to severe pain. Some men are wondering whether the risk of side effects and addiction are worth the potential PE-related benefits the drug might have.

Paxil, Zoloft, Lexapro, Prozac: Antidepressants for Premature Ejaculation

Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), commonly used as antidepressants, have been a popular off-label treatment for PE since the early 2000s, but the chance of side effects like headaches, nausea, dry mouth, and even loss of libido have made them less attractive as more options have become available.

Dapoxetine/Priligy vs. Promescent, Side Effects

Dapoxetine is a SSRI indicated specifically for premature ejaculation. The FDA rejected its application for approval in the United States, but it is marketed and prescribed in more than 50 countries worldwide.


Doctor-Prescribed Treatments For Premature Ejaculation

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The medical community today is rallying around the search for viable premature-ejaculation treatments. Though researchers still haven’t uncovered a definitive cause for PE, and there isn’t yet a cure, their efforts have ramped up in hopes of helping men find ways to last longer in bed.

PE is likely the most common sexual dysfunction in men, affecting up to 30% of men worldwide, and more and more men have started approaching their doctors with their concerns.

Thousands of urologists and other medical professionals recommend Promescent Climax Control Spray to their patients as a first line of defense against premature ejaculation because it’s easy to find and available over the counter without a prescription.

But there are many other treatments available today, from prescription-only climax delay sprays to off-label use of antidepressants.

When to see your doctor about PE

Premature ejaculation is often connected to underlying medical concerns that can be addressed by a medical professional before they get worse.

Make an appointment with your doctor or a urologist if you’ve recently experienced any of the following:

  • a new pattern of premature ejaculation

  • erectile dysfunction

  • pain with ejaculation

  • severe delay or inability to experience ejaculation or orgasm

On this page, you’ll find resources on some of the most common doctor-prescribed treatments for premature ejaculation, including the risks and side effects of using them, as well as their level of effectiveness in treating PE.

Fortacin™ (PSD502 Tempe Spray)

Like Promescent, Fortacin is a climax-delay spray with a eutectic formula designed to target only specific areas of the penis with desensitization. It contains lidocaine and prilocaine (which adds more potential side effects) and is not available in the United States.

Viagra, Levitra & Cialis for Premature Ejaculation

Erectile-dysfunction drugs have been shown to help some men maintain an erection after they ejaculate (or at least reduce the length of the refractory period). But are ED drugs truly effective in treating premature ejaculation?

Tramadol and Zertane™ for PE

Centrally acting opioid analgesics are heavy-duty medications designed for treating moderate to severe pain. Some men are wondering whether the risk of side effects and addiction are worth the potential PE-related benefits the drug might have.

Paxil, Zoloft, Lexapro, Prozac: Antidepressants for Premature Ejaculation

Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), commonly used as antidepressants, have been a popular off-label treatment for PE since the early 2000s, but the chance of side effects like headaches, nausea, dry mouth, and even loss of libido have made them less attractive as more options have become available.

Dapoxetine/Priligy vs. Promescent, Side Effects

Dapoxetine is a SSRI indicated specifically for premature ejaculation. The FDA rejected its application for approval in the United States, but it is marketed and prescribed in more than 50 countries worldwide.


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Fortacin™ (PSD502 Tempe Spray) 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 tec...

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