Life Long PE - PLEASE HELP

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!
Hearth
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Re: Life Long PE - PLEASE HELP

Postby Hearth » Wed Sep 29, 2021 5:41 am

I had that problem all my life and solved it without even intending to do so. Basically what happened is that I had unrelated issues which resulted in me taking Citalopram (SSRI) for a few months. It must have permanently altered my biochemistry because a few months after I stopped taking the drug I noticed I didn't have PE anymore. In fact, I even had difficulties finishing.

I'm glad I didn't take it for too long cause it could've very well lead me to ED problems. But it certainly fixed my PE.

That being said, I would advise caution cause it altered how my organism processes carbs. I basically gained weight, which was difficult to get rid of. Still, with some diet improvements I was able to eventually lose that extra weight.

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Re: Life Long PE - PLEASE HELP

Postby Seeker82 » Thu Jan 27, 2022 9:57 am

downindumps wrote:Hi, I am not sure what you mean by a men's sexual medicine specialist who is not a "scam artist". Aside from the Boston Medical Group, which you should stay away from, there are most definitely good doctors out there. Are you by chance located in the New York tri-state area? If yes, I can refer you to a specialist who is known internationally as being the top in this field, is extremely results-oriented, has an incredibly phenomenal team assisting him, and, just as important, is a true gentleman. You will absolutely not find a nicer person. Both the doctor as well as his entire team are so incredibly nice and sincerely and genuinely want to truly help each individual. If you are not located in the tri-state area, there is someone I know who is intimately involved in this field and knows quite a few top sexual medicine specialists throughout the united states who are of the finest stock. Perhaps, if you can tell us where you are located, we can recommend a good doctor for you. Be in touch. Please keep the faith! There are doctors that can truly help you.


Hey, anyway you can share that information with me please? Re: internationally renowned doc...

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Re: Life Long PE - PLEASE HELP

Postby Spirea » Wed Feb 09, 2022 9:13 am

Frank Talk Admin wrote:This IS a medical issue and it needs a two pronged approach. You need medical intervention to stop your self defeating thought cycle. then, once that downward spiral is under control, move on to therapeutic treatment. Eventually, you wean yourself off the meds
I work with men clinically with PE almost every day. PLEASE be careful with this therapist. What is their general approach? If they mention the squeeze method, run like hell.

Once again, family doctors don't know anything about sexual medicine...and NEITHER DO UROLOGISTS. ED and sexual issues are never part of a urologists training. A uro is a surgeon. Don't go to them for sexual help. You need to find a men's sexual medicine specialist. Where do you live?
Paul

Hi Mr. Frank, I know thousands of excuses are bothering you. And I have the same problem. So if you have an implant you can solve the problem with premature ejaculation. Or is there a medical intervention for premature ejaculation sorry but I did not understand well and dare I ask you .. Thanks again nicely

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Re: Life Long PE - PLEASE HELP

Postby Spontaneous1 » Wed Feb 09, 2022 8:54 pm

Do you still have the PE issue if your wife makes you cum first, say through masturbation or oral? You can follow up by giving her an orgasm with oral, and by that time you'll probably be hard again and able to penetrate her longer the second go round. Maybe even masturbate yourself before initiating sex, see if you last longer then. I would definitely avoid jelging at all cost, every story I've read on that seems to end with damage to the penis, and ED. I suffered from PE also, but the first wife had it too so it worked out really good. Since having ED issues now, when I take Cialis it takes me a long time to cum, it seems to lessen the sensitivity a lot.
Retired 65 y.o. Married. Good health. Moderate ED since 2019. Use constriction band ocassionately to help maintain erection, some Cialis/Viagra. Some loss of sensation. Nocturnal erections returning, but lower libido, and sensitivity than before.

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Re: Life Long PE - PLEASE HELP

Postby Seeker82 » Wed Mar 30, 2022 3:48 am

Frank Talk Admin wrote:This IS a medical issue and it needs a two pronged approach. You need medical intervention to stop your self defeating thought cycle. then, once that downward spiral is under control, move on to therapeutic treatment. Eventually, you wean yourself off the meds
I work with men clinically with PE almost every day. PLEASE be careful with this therapist. What is their general approach? If they mention the squeeze method, run like hell.

Once again, family doctors don't know anything about sexual medicine...and NEITHER DO UROLOGISTS. ED and sexual issues are never part of a urologists training. A uro is a surgeon. Don't go to them for sexual help. You need to find a men's sexual medicine specialist. Where do you live?
Paul


Hi Paul! Can you help with finding a good specialist?

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Re: Life Long PE - PLEASE HELP

Postby frank66665 » Wed Mar 30, 2022 7:15 am

Seeker82 wrote:
Frank Talk Admin wrote:This IS a medical issue and it needs a two pronged approach. You need medical intervention to stop your self defeating thought cycle. then, once that downward spiral is under control, move on to therapeutic treatment. Eventually, you wean yourself off the meds
I work with men clinically with PE almost every day. PLEASE be careful with this therapist. What is their general approach? If they mention the squeeze method, run like hell.

Once again, family doctors don't know anything about sexual medicine...and NEITHER DO UROLOGISTS. ED and sexual issues are never part of a urologists training. A uro is a surgeon. Don't go to them for sexual help. You need to find a men's sexual medicine specialist. Where do you live?
Paul


Hi Paul! Can you help with finding a good specialist?

I do not suffer from pe but I take it if necessary from time to time in very small doses to lengthen the relationship, finding myself well, do you try dapoxetine?
56, ED since 2010, pills work but not always and well, trt in progress improved but not so much, myocardial infarction january 2016, new stent september 2016, hypertension, venous on 1/23/23 titan one touch 22, no rte dottor Gabriele Antonini Italia

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Re: Life Long PE - PLEASE HELP

Postby Frank Talk Admin » Wed Mar 30, 2022 1:04 pm

Guys, sorry to be so late responding!
The first line of treatment would be starting with a super low dose of an SSRI like Zoloft. SSRI's are notorious for delayed ejaculation. Some doctors use Prozac....but any SSRI will eventually work. At my office, we usually start a guy at 25mg for two weeks...and every two weeks he increases the dose by 25mg until he finds a good level of control. Most guys end up around 100mg. The standard dose is usually 200mg for mental health treatments.

The physician Finder is a good resource. If you are near NYC, I work at www.mazemenshealth.com. We are a sexual medicine medical center. But this is NOT about promoting where I work. The physician Finder at the top of this page is a good start. But be careful, most doctors are not good at this stuff. A lot of these guys are implant guys. So, shop around.

You should never get an implant due to premature ejaculation.
Does this help?

Paul

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Re: Life Long PE - PLEASE HELP

Postby Seeker82 » Thu Mar 31, 2022 7:19 am

Frank Talk Admin wrote:Guys, sorry to be so late responding!
The first line of treatment would be starting with a super low dose of an SSRI like Zoloft. SSRI's are notorious for delayed ejaculation. Some doctors use Prozac....but any SSRI will eventually work. At my office, we usually start a guy at 25mg for two weeks...and every two weeks he increases the dose by 25mg until he finds a good level of control. Most guys end up around 100mg. The standard dose is usually 200mg for mental health treatments.

The physician Finder is a good resource. If you are near NYC, I work at http://www.mazemenshealth.com. We are a sexual medicine medical center. But this is NOT about promoting where I work. The physician Finder at the top of this page is a good start. But be careful, most doctors are not good at this stuff. A lot of these guys are implant guys. So, shop around.

You should never get an implant due to premature ejaculation.
Does this help?

Paul


Thank you! I'll try out the physician finder


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