SSRI Recomendation

One out of Three men in America suffer with PE. It's the largest sexual dysfunction there is. Since there is no discussion board dedicated to PE so far, we will try to fill the need here!
alfa88
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SSRI Recomendation

Postby alfa88 » Thu Jun 13, 2019 2:48 pm

I'm seeing my GP next week and want a suggestion for medication. Ideally it would be on demand and not make me dizzy or sleepy. So far I've seen Priligy, zoloft, tramadol, Escitalopram, Paxil, Sertraline and Fluoxetine as choices. Input?
53 years old, married 32 years. Decades of ED & PE. BPH. Tried Viagra W & W/O T-Shots, Levitra and Cialis, Edex, Trimix starter, medium, strong with poor results. VED is a last resort.

LookingUp
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Re: SSRI Recomendation

Postby LookingUp » Thu Jun 13, 2019 3:53 pm

Priligy, depending on your Country of residence.
currently 65yo, PCa 01/06 Proton Radiation Treatment, ED Pills 2005-2014, Urethroplasty 02/17, Tri-Mix 2014-2018 stopped due to curvature, VED 2018-present, Implant Sked January 2020.

alfa88
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Re: SSRI Recomendation

Postby alfa88 » Thu Jun 13, 2019 6:08 pm

Country of residence


USA
53 years old, married 32 years. Decades of ED & PE. BPH. Tried Viagra W & W/O T-Shots, Levitra and Cialis, Edex, Trimix starter, medium, strong with poor results. VED is a last resort.

alfa88
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Re: SSRI Recomendation

Postby alfa88 » Mon Jun 17, 2019 11:56 pm

I let the GP call the shots and got Sertraline. Apparently the generic version of Zoloft. He said the starter dose might take up to 2 weeks to notice results. If not double the dose and if still not try something with a bit more authority . ;)
53 years old, married 32 years. Decades of ED & PE. BPH. Tried Viagra W & W/O T-Shots, Levitra and Cialis, Edex, Trimix starter, medium, strong with poor results. VED is a last resort.

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Re: SSRI Recomendation

Postby NeedleD » Wed Jul 31, 2019 12:42 am

alfa88 wrote:I'm seeing my GP next week and want a suggestion for medication. Ideally it would be on demand and not make me dizzy or sleepy. So far I've seen Priligy, zoloft, tramadol, Escitalopram, Paxil, Sertraline and Fluoxetine as choices. Input?


Tramadol works excellent for my PE, got the script for Back pain but love the side effects of prolonging sex.
It greatly delayed and "cured" my PE. Couldn't be happier!
Venous leak sufferer. Using Super Trimix/Quadmix, Injecting for over 3 years. Implant not available unless I pay Outta pocket. Injections work so,so.

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Re: SSRI Recomendation

Postby Flavio » Thu Sep 26, 2019 12:54 pm

I wouldn't touch SSRIs with a ten foot pole. ED is their #1 side effect.

Oral phentolamine mesylate is an excellent solution for ED and PE. Because it blocks sympathetic action (the sympathetic nervous system mediates ejaculation and detumescence), phentolamine will delay orgasm and improve erections.

It's not easy to find phentolamine in Europe and in the US but it is a popular drug in several countries, e.g. China.

Consult your doctor before you decide to try phentolamine or any other treatment.


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