Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation is defined as an ejaculation that occurs sooner than a man, and potentially his partner as well, would like it to happen. In some cases, it can occur before sexual activity gets properly underway, leading to embarrassment and frustration. This condition is quite common. Fortunately, there are a number of treatment options that can help resolve it.

What are Treatment Options for Premature Ejaculation?

There are both physical and psychological aspects that contribute to premature ejaculation and it is important to address both for a successful outcome. Treatments include creams and sprays to decrease penile sensitivity, behavioral training and exercises, as well as medications. At The Prime Clinic, I work collaboratively with my patients in an atmosphere of understanding and compassion to find a solution that fits each individual. I want my patients to understand and be comfortable with the treatment they are using and to know that they have a coach cheering them on to a successful result.

Premature Ejaculation and Trimix Injection Therapy

Beyond the standard treatments for premature ejaculation, I am excited to offer Trimix Injection Therapy as a novel approach to the problem. Normally when a man ejaculates prematurely, it is not possible to continue sexual activity until he is able to get another erection. The use of Trimix allows a man to maintain his erection after ejaculation and to continue with sexual activity if he desires.

As with all the therapies offered at The Prime Clinic, I am happy to discuss the details in depth with my patients before we settle on a course of treatment.


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