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Drugs You Should Use To Treat Premature Release Instead Of Alcohol

Some people take alcohol to relax, socialize and celebrate better. Men who have sexual problems often decided to take alcohol to reduce anxiety and improve performance. About 1 out of 5 men currently have premature ejaculation, a condition which makes a man climax within 1 minute of intimacy or even before he and his partner wants it.

Many men rely on alcohol to help them delay release and this might indeed help. But using alcohol is harmful and dependence on it can cause erectile dysfunction, premature release, and loss of libido according to Healthline. Instead of using alcohol to delay the release, there are effective drugs you can try instead. In this article, I’ll like to enlighten men on drugs to take instead of alcohol when dealing with premature release according to Cleveland Clinic

1. Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs).These drugs are antidepressants used to treat problems with mental health and behavioral disorders. These drugs however have the side effect of delaying release. Examples of SSRIs you can try out are;

i.citalopram (Celexa®)

ii. escitalopram (Lexapro®)

iii. fluoxetine (Prozac®)

iv. paroxetine (Paxil®)

Ps. Please contact your urologist before taking these drugs

2. Numbing (anesthetic) sprays and cream.

Men who have elevated sensitivity will often release prematurely hence a numbing cream can be prescribed by a doctor to reduce that sensitivity. They are applied and left to be absorbed for about 10 to 30 minutes or until when you feel less sensitivity.

Ps. Don’t forget to wash off the cream or spray before having intercourse.

3. Drugs used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). These can also be used to treat this problem. Some cases of premature release are a result of ED. ED drugs like Avanafil (Stendra®) and Tadalafil (Cialis®) etc can be used to treat this condition especially if it is caused by ED

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