Erectile dysfunction is a $7B market, yet PE has a higher prevalence. How can that be? Jane Wells of CNBC examines the market and provides some surprising insights. Watch the video.
Dr. Ian Kerner
Ian Kerner, a sexuality counselor and New York Times best-selling author, blogs about sex weekly on The Chart. Read more from him on his website, GoodInBed.
"Dubbed Promescent, this product carries many of the same benefits of PSD502 and effectively decreases penile sensitivity without transmitting any numbness to a man's partner.
But as helpful as a product like Promescent can be, I still counsel men to focus first on partner-communication, as well as "sex scripts" that de-emphasize intercourse while vouchsafing female pleasure - both of which I discuss exhaustively in my e-book, "Overcoming Premature Ejaculation."
From there, many men who suffer from PE may find that they still need to pursue a broader "biopsychosocial" approach: one that combines behavioral, medical, and interpersonal approaches. In the absence of a single "silver bullet" to do away with PE, it's often necessary to do a little bit of everything."
Dr. Laura Berman
Dr. Laura Berman is the director of Berman Center in Chicago and was regularly featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show providing sex education and advice. Dr. Berman is widely regarded as the top female sex therapist in the U.S. and currently has two shows on OWN, the Oprah Winfrey Network, and is a New York Times best-selling author. Dr. Berman recommended Promescent as a solution for premature ejaculations in a Chicago Sun-Times column saying:
"Some doctors prescribe antidepressants to men with early ejaculation ...but many men are resistant to the idea of taking antidepressants for early ejaculation or are uncomfortable with the other side effects.
However, a new treatment is now available for early ejaculation that is compliant to an FDA monograph. Promescent is an over the counter topical medication that is applied to the penis ten minutes before sexual activity, and it is designed to help a man to achieve better ejaculatory control through nerve desensitization. However, unlike other topical medications for early ejaculation, Promescent's formulation allows the medication to penetrate beneath the skin to where the nerve endings that control ejaculation are located. This means he and his partner still have full sexual sensation."
Dr. Laura Berman also recommended Promescent on the Marlo Thomas Show saying "Promescent helps a man last longer," and provides some details about the unique advantages to Promescent's absorption technologies. See her full video here.
Dr. Harry Fisch
Dr. Harry Fisch is a board certified urologist at New York Presbyterian Hospital and Weill Medical College of Cornell University.
Dr. Fisch interviewed Promescent developer Dr. Ron Gilbert on the "Dr. Harry Fisch Show." Dr. Fisch says "I love it! It is fantastic," and "I would recommend people use Promescent." Listen to what else Dr. Fisch has to say about Promescent.
Dr. Neil Baum
Dr. Neil Baum is one of North America's most renowned urologists, with more than 30 years of experience including being on the faculty of Tulane University. One day we start getting orders from satisfied customers who said that they had heard of Promescent from Neil Baum's Urology blog. Dr. Baum had been looking for a product for his patients who were frustrated by premature ejaculation and a colleague told him about Promescent. After researching the product, Dr. Baum was confident that the product would work. After hearing back from satisfied patients he decided to blog about Promescent's effectiveness saying:
"Premature ejaculation is a common disorder affecting millions of American men and secondarily impacting their partners. Promescent is an effective treatment using a topical gel."