Don’t look for a pill. There are many behavioral interventions such as penetrating and not thrusting, learning to control your breathing, stop and start technique etc. Here’s an example, and there are many other articles:Anyone know of a doctor that will prescribe Tramadol for PE? SSRI's make me feel like absolute crap. Topicals make me too numb, or burn depending on what I use plus wife does not want topical stuff going into her..
Thank you for sharing all this information and taking time to respond in such detail.Don’t look for a pill. There are many behavioral interventions such as penetrating and not thrusting, learning to control your breathing, stop and start technique etc. Here’s an example, and there are many other articles:
To make your sex life more satisfying, you can control your ejaculation and orgasm at the right time. Here are 10 tricks that will help you put an end to premature ejaculation.doctor.ndtv.com
Tantric sex would be my suggestion. There are many books on the topic. While you are struggling with PE, you and your wife are focused on the problem, so you tend to get more of what you focus on and in the case of PE It is a setup for failure and more of the same. Getting a good sexual experience is crucial, and using tantric sex you still can. I’m married 33 years and we use these techniques all the time. At 66 and 64, we have the best sex of our lives. I know it is all in our heads, but so what? Here are some suggestions:
Get started practicing these techniques and include the wife. This is not just your problem, but both of you. Have fun in the bedroom, learn to control your physiology and, more importantly, your mind. You’ll soon find that 30 to 45 minutes of penetration will be the norm.
Great information. Hope some of the novel options are available soon. Thanks Madman.
Hi. Yes thanks. I’ve heard exactly what you’re saying from many people.Unfortunately , some men have lifelong premature ejaculation that simply won´t respond to any behaviour ou psychological therapy or pelvic loor exercises .
Low dose tramadol for on demand use can works very well. Have to take care not to use more than 2 or 3 times a week. And should be mixed with other treatments ( modafinil helps a lot ) , tansulosin and sildenafil . Keeping doses as low as possible to avoid side effects. ( dizziness , constipation, hypotension-fatigue )